BOLD NATIVE: a film about Animal Liberation

Today, I’m sharing the fictional film ‘Bold Native’, a movie about Animal Liberation. If you enjoy watching this film, please click on the links below it to support the filmmaker so that more movies can be produced like this one. You can also visit The Vegan Revolution channel (where I found this movie) for more re-educational information on the plight of our animals, how we can help them, and the activism going on right now; plus, how going vegan can help the planet, which—as an aside—directly helps people sensitive to chemicals. And remember, if you feel like you’re in a cage without freedom: none of us will be free until the animals are free.

More about ‘Bold Native’ from The Animal Liberation Front, and a quote from ‘Bold Native’:

“What is Freedom? Are we born free or do we earn it? And if you deny freedom to the quiet ones—those with no voice—can you be free yourself? Or are you caged by your own lack of compassion?” ~ Charlie Cranehill (played by Joaquin Pastor)…

“… an ALF member wanted by the government for domestic terrorism, emerges from the underground to coordinate a nationwide action, while his CEO father (Randolph Mantooth, Emergency) tries to find him before the FBI does. Simultaneously, a young idealist campaigns for more humane treatment of farmed animals on behalf of a large nonprofit organization, and a woman from Charlie’s past threatens to undermine his plans.

The film reflects a growing cultural debate about the use of animals for food, clothing, entertainment, and scientific research. It introduces viewers to the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA) of 2006, a law which enables the prosecution of activists as terrorists if their actions result in economic damage to corporations in animal industries like factory farms, slaughterhouses, research labs or fur farms. In addition to narrative storytelling, the film incorporates undercover footage from labs, farms, and real-life animal liberations for stunning realism.”

Enjoy this stunning, powerful film!

Support the creators of this film with a donation or buying their merchandise on their website:

A fictional film about economic sabotage and animal liberation

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Michellina Van Loder is a Professional Writer, Journalist and Blogger. This is where she shares her tales about trail blazing her way out of the Labyrinth of Chemical Sensitivities and Mould. This is also where you will find the latest Research on related topics.

DIY Haircuts

This video from Ella Bangs is the one I used to cut my own hair at the front and sides, recently. I did have a hairdresser come to my house but decided I wanted bangs at the side—after she left. Trouble is, I’ve only done one side, however, I like it because when I plait it to one side, the pieces I cut stay in. If I plait it to the other side, they poke out so I may leave it just on one side.

I’ll post more about my home DIY hair and beauty routines later but for now I thought this video may be of help to those of you who have trouble accessing a hairdresser. Please note: it’s important that you purchase hair scissors rather than using your kitchen ones! I paid around $64 for mine but they do go up in price from there; and I purchased them from here at i-Glamour.  If you only use them sometimes, I don’t recommend buying an expensive pair (like $350!). My pair were one of the cheapest. I like getting them from i-Glamour because the products arrive without fragrance residue on them.
I’ll be sending them a link to this page so they know not to change their procedures in regards to storing there products near fragrance-chemical based products. I’ve also contacted Ella Bangs to see if she can do a low-allergy, fragrance-free video for us.


Please always look for the little rabbit symbol that shows products have not been tested on animals and choose fragrance-free products, of course

And here is a hair style I’m playing about with at the moment:

Michellina Van Loder is a Professional Writer, Journalist and Blogger. This is where she shares her tales about trail blazing her way out of the Labyrinth of Chemical Sensitivities and Mould. This is also where you will find the latest Research on related topics.

Proof Paleo Diet Makes you Overweight

(Warning this post might use adult language to discuss adult topics.)

In the last post, ‘Where is the Love‘, we touched on the real-world scenario of testing on animals, thinking it will help humans; now I bring you an epic fail, to say the least: testing a dairy and meat-based diet on naturally vegan animals, mice. (No, I certainly did not find this in; and I’m bloody I’m insulted you’d think I’d even go there looking for cherries for my Journalistic pieces (at least they wouldn’t have made me get fat–unless I had a thyroid issue or something.) Guess what happened to the mice who were forced to go on a Paleo diet? They got fat. Which might explain why we too get bigger when we eat too many animal products including and not limited to, dogs.

Vegan humour: If I eat that dog is it still Paleo?

“If I eat that dog is it still Paleo?”

(Ergo, even if they had used monkeys that have a similar genetic make-up, there is a good chance they still would have stuffed up the testing. I mean look at Pantene, they were allegedly busted testing on animals yet people still use their products. Gee, lucky they did actually test this stuff on animals so us chemically sensitive humans won’t ever get inflamed airways when we breathe that shit in, hey? I mean surely the results came back and it’s all fine to shampoo our hair with any and all brands of chemical-irritant based concoctions called fragranced shampoo?)

Because they used mice and fed them a paleo diet, we will now hear more on the subject from Pete Evens, who, even himself said: 

“The first question I’d ask is: ‘Why are they testing mice on a diet that isn’t their natural diet in the first place?”‘

Yes, why Pete? Why feed people mice food that they’re not designed to eat? Why not use humans?

More from the blog piece, ‘Paleo Diet makes MICE fat – your tax dollars at work‘ over at the blog, Let’s End Animal Experiments:

The chimpanzee genome (complete genetic material) is 98.77 percent identical to that of humans, therefore, researchers argue that chimpanzees will be the species most likely to replicate human outcomes in scientific (biomedical and toxicity) testing. However this small genetic variation between human and chimpanzees accounts for very significant differences in the way diseases affect the two species.  You only need to look at the tragic results ofwhat happened in France recently when a new drug (BIA 10-2474, to treat pain and anxiety) ‘successfully’ tested in chimpanzees was translated to humans.  One man dead and others suffering permanent brain damage.”

People who know I’m against animal testing also know I’m all for testing on humans, but only the evil ones. (That’s a whole other post.) However, out-dated popular culture and humanity failed at testing on humans (evil and innocent ones) too cause they tested the Paleo diet on the masses and the masses became overweight. Please, remind me again why they ran this study on the poor vegan mice: I’m confused?

For more on this, we’ll now go over to the news in video form from Plant Based News with Holly Fit Brown:


YouTube: Holly Fit Brown

Plant Based News: Actual News on the Latest Vegan Topics including good news stories relating to animals (as opposed to mass slaughterhouse footage)

Let’s End Animal Experiments

Michellina Van Loder is a Professional Writer, Journalist and Blogger. This is where she shares her tales about trail blazing her way out of the Labyrinth of Chemical Sensitivities and Mould. This is also where you will find the latest Research on related topics.

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