Published on vocal.media the 05.11.2021. | By: Jenna Deedy
A critical examination of the Whale Sanctuary Project‘s priorities with several insights into the extent of animal rights activists’ ignorance.
Note: A particularly noteworthy passage mentions just how lucrative this sanctuary – which does not even exist yet – already is for the undertaking’s officials:
“According to 2020 Tax filings, WSP Executive Director Charles Vinick made $166,667 and WSP President Dr. Lori Marino made $80,000. For a charity with an operating budget hovering around $1 million, the salaries for these two represent about ¼ of the entire operating budget for the facility and 53% of the WSP’s yearly revenue in 2020.”
Once again, the brains behind the animal rights industry have made sure that this project too brings them a lot of money.
In the animal welfare business, “…because we love money”
How much money do you make in animal rights organisations?
This reflects what the project is mainly about.