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US Senators Who Set Oklahoma On Fire
by Repeal AETA
Tuesday Aug 7th, 2012 3:34 PM
Oklahoma fires are a direct result of the policies of Oklahoma senators, legislature, in destroying the environment for cattle and oil interests.
Senator James Inhofe and Tom Coburn of Oklahoma were the first senators to submit the bill which would become AETA, the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act.

This bill defined peaceful nonviolent animal protectors working through vigil, talk shows, press releases, organizing, networking, as 'terrorists', as the makers of the bill projected their own violence onto others. The bill, made law by the pawns of the butcher industry in Congress with the help of insider trader, war profiteer Senator Dianne Feinstein, criminalizes many free speech activities covered by the first amendment.

The cattle industry, said a UN environmental panel, is a major cause of global heating through tree destruction as well as watershed pollution through female hormone laden urine, zillions of gallons of manure etc. 1/3 of the world's grain is given to livestock animals about to be murdered when millions of people are starving. The tree destroying cattle industry besides murdering trillions of animals and causing over half the deaths of humans annually is a major cause of famine, drought, and fire.