AR-News: 'The Mothercage' book

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Sat Apr 24 08:11:23 EDT 2004

The Mothercage by Maire Ni Bhradaig is a new animal liberation novel.

The blurb at the back of the book goes like this:
Somewhere hidden in the English countryside are sheds full of guinea pigs 
that have been bred for the vivisection industry.
But the farmer doesn't realise that the ALF are about to pay him a visit. 
The events of this night change everything.

For an insight in the workings of an ALF raid this book is essential 
reading. Although it describes a fictional raid the author has done her 
research and the events are true to life. A book that inspires hope in human 
nature despite everything, reminding us that some people are willing to risk 
their liberty to save animals from a life of hell.

"No good book comes without a good ending, and the same can be said of this 
one. I'm not ashamed to say I was in tears"
>From the forward by Ronnie Lee.

Available from Magpie House, PO Box 339, Wolverhampton WV10 7BZ
Tel: England 01902 562463
Email info at
At a price of £5.99 plus postage

Wholesale prices available when ordering over 5 books.

Magpie House is run by Neil and Mary who edit and produce Arcnews and run 

Animal experiments have:
a 63% failure rate when detecting human carcinogens
a 75-95% failure rate for detecting drug side effects
a 70% failure rate for detecting drugs which cause birth defects
Success rates lower than those achieved by uneducated guesswork.

This is not science!!

Recommended website: The Absurdity of vivisection

Information on animal research available free by EMail from 
vivisectionkills at

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the wild, cruel beast is not behind the bars of the cage. he is in front of it - axel munthe

"Never doubt that a small group of dedicated citizens can change the world. 
Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."      Margaret Mead
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