Posts Tagged ‘anaida krok’

Naked Bird Watching – how much lower can it get?

January 27, 2010

Sorry I have been out of touch. I had personal issues that I had to tend to. Luckily, my lovely volunteers were helping me to collect signatures and prepare for our new campaign.

Today as I was having my morning coffee, I went to YouTube and randomly put in “bird watching”. Sure enough, the top result was “Naked Bird Watching”. Yes, the girl was hot – but was she moral, that’s the question?”

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Plane in the Hudson And the Birds

January 16, 2009

Anaida Krok, founder and president of The Good Conduct Society, an organization she leads for the preservation of birds, today congratulated the Black Throated Green Warblers for safely bringing down the US AIRWAYS Flight 1549 in the Hudson River. The 155 passengers and crew were quickly rescued with only a few minor injuries.

“There are 48 million Peeping Toms with binoculars seeking vicarious sexual pleasure, posing as Bird Watchers,” she added. “Their sordid satisfaction must be halted immediately, otherwise birds will continue their protest by invading jet engines and forcing them to land shortly after takeoff.”

The Good Conduct Society has petitioned Congress to pass strict laws that would curtail Bird Watchers’ from pursuing their perverted passion. Stiff fines will help deter such criminal activities and Ms. Krok has written President-elect Barack Obama to help support her cause.

Letter to President-elect Obama from Good Conduct Society

December 13, 2008

Dear friends and supporters,

At this moment I would like to share with you the political agenda of the Good Conduct Society. I personally wrote a letter to President-elect Obama in which I encourage him to take measures to protect the birds. Yes, there are other problems, we all know that. But does it mean that bankers and newspapers who caused their own demise hurt more than birds who are defenseless against human barbarity?

In my letter to Obama I urge Mr. President-elect as well as Congress to create a law that protects our bird population, now considered “endangered species.” They are an integral part of our planet that needs to be preserved immediately. Otherwise their role in nature, if extinguished by horny bird watchers, will upset and even destroy the chain of animal behavior presently in peril from hunters, voyeurs and enslaved in cages. All zoos, and especially bird sanctuaries, should release their captives and return them to nature’s habitat. Therefore, a Federal Law must be passed by Congress that contains the following provisions:

1. Bird watchers must cease and desist from watching birds cohabitate or face a fine of $250 for the first offense; $750 for the second offense; $1,000 for the third offense and a mandatory jail sentence of one year and a day in a Federal Prison.

2. Keeping birds in home cages are to be forbidden unless for preservation. They must be set free or the kidnappers will be subjected to penalties as stated in #1.

3. Pet stores must not engage in selling birds and will have 30 days in which to release them or the store owner will be fined as in #1.

4.Bird predators, such as Bird Watchers, who have been fined and/or convicted, will be shamed on a website sponsored by U.S. Government

5. Citizens who report violations of the above regulations will be rewarded with payments up to $2,500 for their vigilance and service to their country.

I will keep you posted on the progress. I am leaving for Europe tomorrow and my communication will be limited. The blog will be maintained by Good Conduct Society member Harvey Horton.

Sincerely,
Anaida

Stop Bird Porn protest in Central Park

October 16, 2008

Stop Bird Porn protest in NYC

Now, took at that woman’s face! IS SHE A BIRD WATCHER?

Stop Bird Porn protest - nice reaction!
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SBP protest tomorrow in New York

October 12, 2008

We are planning a protest in New York tomorrow. We will be meeting at 59th and Central Park at 2.15 in the afternoon. All supporters are welcome to join us!

Anaida Krok

Good Conduct Society update

September 10, 2008

We attended both Democratic and Republican conventions and I am very pleased and even overwhelmed with the degree of awareness we were able to raise. Sure, some people laugh. But they would probably also laugh at puppies being skinned alive and claim it’s not for real. Makes me sick to my stomach to even think about how insensitive humans can get.

Overall, we were getting an amazing reaction at both conventions. Pedestrians stopped to listen and learn, one kid even told us a story of his grandfather who used to be a bird pornographer but realized how sick it was and mended his ways. It made me think. We should probably start and grow a movement of Birdwatchers Anonymous to help the ones who are ready to fight their sick addiction. Not a bad idea! Please stay tuned!