Saturday, August 18, 2012

Inherit the Earth

Woody Harrelson
c/o Creative Artists Agency
9830 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, California 90212-1825

Dear Woody,

Please find enclosed, my screenplay, “Inherit the Earth,” based on a true story. You are the man for this role. I understand you are concerned and passionate with the same issues this movie deals with. Imagine playing the role of a mid-western Middle School Art Teacher who was fired for incorporating kindness in his art lessons despite being told not to.

The story garnered worldwide attention in 2007-2008. Even the beef industry followed the media analysis of the story’s impact. The story has been covered by CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, USA Today, Associated Press, UPI, and many more. This story has mass appeal as the issues deal with every part of our lives.

“Inherit the Earth” is similar to a movie produced years ago, “Inherit the Wind,” about a public school teacher who was honest with his students about evolution. “The Scopes Monkey Trials,” garnered world-wide attention. When I was fired for teaching my students about veganism, the world heard that as well; however, the State of Illinois Board of Education closed the hearings from the public; for fear that Humane Education---hidden from students and teachers---would enter into curriculum across the country - just as Evolution is now taught in schools. “Inherit the Earth” will help get Humane Education in schools.

“Inherit the Earth” is based on actual court proceedings and the events surrounding - namely, the nations largest recall of beef - 143,000,000 LBS from the Westland/Hallmark company - the number two supplier to the school lunch program! The recall was too late, as most of the children in public schools ate the Mad Cow infested lunches between the years 2006 to 2008. The human variant of Mad Cow is called Creutzfeld-Jacob Disease which takes as little as 10 years to show signs and is 100% fatal. The children who ate that meat could be the dropping like flies tragedies of tomorrow.

Imagine the surprise of the evil villains when Dr. T. Colin Campbell, author of "The China Study," showed up to testify at the hearing. Well, the sad, flesh-addicted morons were unmoved and chose to continue lying to children rather than keeping Warwak on. “Inherit the Earth” will bring this information into the public realm of discussion, as well as, the connected issues of bullying, school shootings, and our tendencies toward violence.

"Inherit the Earth," is the movie the world has been waiting for - and desperately needs. It connects the dots between Humane Education, the school lunch program, bullying, the Health Care Crisis, the plight of the animals, children, Earth and our ultimate future. It address not only the source of most of our problems, but offers a solution. "Inherit the Earth," will make people laugh, cry, learn and change.

Dr. Will Tuttle writes:

"This case of tenured art teacher Dave Warwak being fired by Fox River Grove Middle School for bringing truth and compassion to his students is not only fascinating, illuminating, and ironic, but potentially explosive as well. I am struck by the enormous amount of light this case shines on all the most pressing issues our culture faces: the angst of our children, the devastation of our environment, the domination of our schools, government, and media by powerful corporate interests, the hidden violence at the core of our culture that manifests as abuse, disease, and war, and our ongoing inability to deal effectively with our dilemmas.

There is an old Zen saying: “Whatever you ignore most forcefully will control you the most.” The Peep Show [Inherit the Earth] offers a precious glimpse straight into the living reality of the shadow of oppression that generates our suffering. Dave Warwak’s quest to inform children about the realities that matter to them most is, I believe, an example of authentic education. That he was quickly and ruthlessly forced out of his position by the local authorities reveals the essence of our dilemma today. Dave Warwak’s story is our story: the story of our indoctrination by a culture of reductionism and violence.

I believe that what happened to Dave Warwak in Illinois could happen in almost any public school district in our nation, and this is why it is so important to understand his story and its implications. Are we awake and loving enough to care wisely about our children, our Earth, animals, people, and future generations? With their innate sensitivity, perhaps our children can teach us something - but only if they can somehow avoid the cultural onslaught that strips them of their capacities. This case reveals that onslaught clearly for those with eyes to see.

For the school board to claim that Dave Warwak turned his classroom into a "zone of indoctrination" is not only ironic, but ludicrous. It is clear that the entire school is a zone of indoctrination, complete with posters promoting dairy products and a cafeteria offering a continuous supply of foods derived from terrified and abused animals. The school and its teachers and administrators present this cruelty as normal in an overwhelmingly pervasive way to impressionable children. The school is itself an institution embedded in a culture that uses all its other institutions to do exactly the same thing. Dave Warwak was providing a small counterpoint of awareness, compassion, and sensitivity to this flood of indoctrination to which all children in our culture are routinely subjected and for this he could not be tolerated. That he should be painted by the school board and media as the "indoctrinator" is beyond absurd, and what is astonishing is how difficult this is for most people to comprehend. Dave Warwak was creative and honest in his efforts to help students rise above culturally-imposed attitudes of violence and cruelty toward animals, and because of this he was viewed as dangerous to the status quo. In actuality, he was fulfilling a higher mandate, and for this he deserves respect and honor, not the disrespect and abuse that he has been forced to endure for questioning a culture that is ferocious in its routine cruelty toward billions of animals used for food." Dr. Will Tuttle PhD., The World Peace Diet. Eating For Spiritual Health And Social Harmony

Dr. T. Colin Campbell writes:

"Certain ideas, in my mind, are sacred. One of these is honesty. Another is freedom of speech, at least here in the United States. And a third is the right to a good education, especially for young people. I do not claim to know all the details surrounding Dave Warwak's dismissal from his school post in northern Illinois. But I do not need to know everything because these three sacred concepts were being maligned.

With this information in mind, I quickly caught a flight to Chicago's O'Hare airport then drove north for an hour to testify in his hearing before a hearing officer, the school superintendent and the attorneys for the school board. I was not disappointed. I was asked to give under oath my views on the truthfulness of the posters on dairy that were displayed in the school building and that touted the alleged health benefits of milk for children.

I personally felt offended, not only for Dave but also for his students and, in a larger sense, for the American public who are too often entrapped in ignorance. How dare a school administrator and a school board take the extraordinary action—tantamount to a near-crime in my book—of dismissing a tenured teacher for sharing with his students his thoughts on the origins of violence and his related thoughts on the association of certain foods with poor health? Isn't a teacher's sharing of new ideas what education is all about?

If I had any further reservations about the veracity of this story, they were largely dispelled by Dave's willingness, indeed courage, to openly challenge his dismissal. Any unmentioned baggage could be exposed in such a setting. In a way, I felt a certain sadness with this episode for I was seeing, once again, how otherwise good people have become so thoroughly indoctrinated for so long in the health virtues of milk, thus leading them to equate Dave's views as heresy, perhaps also believing that he was doing something really evil. Let there be no mistake, the scientific evidence now questioning the alleged health value of milk has become substantial and is worthy of public dissemination, especially to children.

Although I did not directly testify to Dave's interest in teaching, through art, his ideas on non-violence, I also believe that it is well past time that schoolchildren also be informed of this very important consideration as well. As I write this, I am still so disbelieving that this event ever occurred. When are we going to come to our senses?

I repeat: I do not know the full details of this unfortunate event in Dave's life. But I know enough for now. Dave Warwak on this basis of my background information and my witnessing the trial was teaching compassion and health, as he must. He also had the courage to be bold in expressing his opinions. His actions are not only a great lesson for young people, they also are the stuff that made this country great." Dr. T. Colin Campbell PhD. Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry, Cornell University

A True Hero
by Mary Hoffman

When I heard that Dave Warwak was fired from Fox River Grove Middle School in Illinois for his attempts to teach Humane Education, I thought about Socrates who was executed thousands of years ago for his teachings. That ancient Greek philosopher was accused of “corrupting the youth.”

I thought how any attempt to teach the truth to youth seems always to be met with opposition and resistance by those who are really corrupt and want to keep the status quo at any cost.

Dave Warwak uses his sense of humor and his artistic talent to help make this a kinder and more gentle world. Isn’t this exactly what the world needs?

Inherit the Earth is a fascinating true chronological account of the events surrounding the unwarranted dismissal of a compassionate tenured art teacher, Dave Warwak, from the Fox River Grove Middle School because he taught the truth to the children in his classes about the harmful effects of eating animal flesh (meat) and bodily secretions (dairy).

While we were reading the documentation and accounts contained in this book we kept thinking about three Bible verses:
John 8:32
32 Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free."
Matthew 18:6
6 but whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it is better for him that a heavy millstone be hung around his neck, and that he be drowned in the depth of the sea.
Proverbs 12:10
10 A righteous man has regard for the life of his beast,
But the compassion of the wicked is cruel.
To us, Inherit the Earth represents the struggle between good and evil: the good being represented in the person of Dave Warwak who tried to teach the truth about the horrors of animal agriculture and the harm and suffering these industries are causing humans, other animals, and the environment; and evil being represented by the parents and school board members who bought into the lies of corporate interests to the detriment of their children.  Dave Warwak was setting the children free; he didn't want them to stumble over the lies laid out before them; and he wanted them to have compassion and recognize the wickedness of farming animals.

Dave Warwak always told his students to look up the truth for themselves and verify the facts, so that they could confirm the truthfulness of what they were being taught. But most of the parents and the the entire school board wanted to preserve the lies, so they used their power to try to silence this art teacher, but all they did was shine light on their wickedness and exposed it to the whole world.

Frank and Mary Hoffman,

John Robbins gives thanks:

Thanks, Dave, for all you are doing to dispel the darkness. Reading all the articles on your website about the recent developments at Fox River Grove, brought many feelings to my heart. Mostly gratitude to you for your efforts, and also sadness at the resistance we can encounter when we start speaking out and being voices of the greater conscience. But the trick is to keep going, keep your spirits flowing, even in the face of entrenched denial.

I send much peace and great blessings to you,
John Robbins, Author of Diet for a New America, The Food Revolution

Persecuting Men of Vision
By Robert Cohen

A book burning was held recently. Welcome to the new United States of Amerika, a place in which Homeland Security means protecting our children against subversive ideas such as the promotion of compassion to animals. Such as the vegetarian lifestyle.

A vegan teacher dared to distribute books by John Robbins to his students. Those books were joyously burned at a barbecue in which animals were roasted by members of an Illinois community. What was his crime?

Let me quote Mrs. Lovett in the Johnny Depp movie, Sweeney Todd, brilliantly directed by Tim Burton. When asked what crime a barber was prosecuted for and transported away for a life of hard labor in a ship's galley, she responded, "His crime? Foolishness."

In real-life 21t century terms, Dave Warwak's middle school crime was to inspire his art students (just as Peter Max once did) that compassion to animals and people was a blessing and not a crime.

Dave Warwak took the burdens of the world upon his own shoulders. Like many men of wisdom and courage throughout history who have been honored by those who are touched by greatness, Dave has been persecuted for society's sins.

I cannot do anything other than compare Dave's continuing struggle to Galileo.

Long ago, Galileo turned his attention to a new frontier, and in doing so, angered religious leaders. By placing lenses inside of a long tube, Galileo's primitive telescope allowed him to discover four moons revolving around the planet Jupiter. His invention was destroyed and Galileo imprisoned. Man's laws gave this fanatic and visionary two choices: remain in prison or recant his discovery and previous testimony. Galileo had no choice but to exist in a world in which his truth became a threat to the men of his time. Dispelling myths has always been dangerous to one's health. Dave refuses to betray his values or his mission. Welcome this new vegan visionary into a movement badly in need of heroes.

Robert Cohen, Author of Milk - The Deadly Poison

Pamela Rice says ...

“Warwak is an extremist, yes. But have vegans forgotten that everything around us is extremely horrible: animal cruelty in unfathomable numbers, a planet imploding because of animal agriculture, and a human health crisis?

Why can’t vegans get uppity like every other constituency that is or ever was? Do people think that the meat world is going to just kick over and die one day?

We vegans know the score. It’s up to us and no others to take a stand on these issues. We cannot count on meat eaters to see things the way we do…

Warwak made a strong one stand. We vegans don’t know how to process it. Unfortunately, the kids are the ones most to suffer from today’s agriculture policies.

Warwak gets it. As a teacher, he has to look into their eyes.”

Pamela Rice, Author of 101 Reasons Why I'm A Vegetarian.

Ingrid Newkirk says,

“Fox River Grove Middle School is standing education on its head when it cracks down on instructors who teach our kids about kindness and good health,” says PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk. “Mr. Warwak is exposing the meat industry’s dirty secrets, and his students have every right to know the truth behind their food choices.”

Nathan Runkle says,

"We believe that in a time when there’s so much violence, especially in schools, that teachers who show kindness and compassion for all life should be commended," said Nathan Runkle, executive director of the Chicago-based Mercy for Animals advocacy group, which lobbies against factory farms. "It’s appropriate for students to learn about the horrendous cruelty that animals endure on factory farms, and about the benefits of a healthy diet."

"We believe there would be no controversy if Mr. Warwak was talking about, let’s say, the Michael Vick case and the cruelty of dog fighting," Runkle said. "I think his case shows there’s a disconnect of what’s considered cruel for animals considered pets versus those meant for human consumption."

Bruce Friedrich says,

"It’s a sad day when a teacher is punished for telling students the truth: that by going vegetarian they will dramatically improve their health while saving animals from cruelty so extreme it would warrant felony-level cruelty charges in the state of Illinois if the victims were dogs and cats, rather than chickens, pigs, and cows. In a time of growing violence in schools, a teacher who is bringing a message of compassion should be applauded, not punished. Students in every school should have teachers like Mr. Warwak to tell them that the “chicken nuggets” they consume in the cafeteria were once living, breathing animals who were crammed into filthy sheds and pumped full of drugs before having their throats slit while still conscious.

Mr. Warwak was also apparently distributing copies of John Robbins’ book “The Food Revolution”, which documents not just the cruelty of the meat industry, but also the environmental and health benefits of a vegetarian diet. In these days of skyrocketing childhood obesity, hopefully Mr. Warwak’s students will take this health message to heart: according to the American Dietetic Association, a vegan diet is appropriate for all ages and vegans have lower rates of heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity than meat-eaters" Bruce Friedrich, Vice President PETA

Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, vol.7. no.2
To Find the Cost of Freedom: Theorizing and Practicing a Critical Pedagogy of Consumption: Don’t Get Mad, Get Vegan!

By Jennifer A. Sandlin, Richard Kahn, David Darts, Kevin Tavin

"In this way, the immediate pedagogical lesson to Warwak‘s students was perhaps a kind of Biblical injunction: Thou shall not transgress the hidden curriculum of food as it is prescribed from on high, which students further learned is vengefully backed by a type of bureaucratic penal system which threatens detention, suspension, and ultimately one‘s removal from school altogether for not upholding school dietary norms. Alternatively, the students may have learned from the larger media battle that took place during and after Warwak‘s firing that contemporary political resistance necessarily occurs in the media as a zone of struggle. Perhaps some of the students were able to evaluate and compare how news stories (mis)characterized events as they knew them to be true and so additionally gained a type of critical media literacy in this way. Or, finally, maybe at least a few students came to realize that due to their collective critical work—at however limited a level—material conditions did change in their school! Rotten and diseased meat was exposed and removed from their cafeteria kitchen; and not just from their own school but from many others as well around the nation in fact, as a coast-to-coast dialogue was raised that exposed pervasive corruption and collusion between the meat and dairy industries, government administrators charged with regulating school food, and the local schools providing the lunches in question."

My Lack of Courage
by Robert Cohen

After reading today's Notmilk letter, you might be motivated to send an email to a Chicago Tribune reporter who wrote the story of a vegan teacher who no longer teaches Chicago kids about milk's dangers.

You might also consider sending an email to today's hero, a teacher by the name of Dave Warwak. Somebody should make a movie about this man's exploits. I see Robin Williams playing the feature role.

In past years, I have had the courage to walk into a dairy class at Penn State university, facing two hundred very angry sons and daughters of dairy farmers. Two of them filed bogus charges against me with authorities. One with the Penn State police, and one with the United States Department of Agriculture anti-terrorism squad who later showed up at my front door.

In past years, I have taken on Monsanto and gone to federal court against The Company and their team of legal reps, King & Spalding. In past years I have appeared on national television and pointed my finger at USDA undersecretaries, accusing them of conflicts of interests by working for the dairy industry. I have accused congressmen and senators of taking bribes. I have taken on two presidents, one of whom enacted legislation (the Economic Espionage Act) directly against me while I was in federal court seeking to get Monsanto's smoking gun research (the Richard, Odaglia, & Deslex study) legally released.

I have had dead animals accompanied by out of state milk cartons thrown onto my lawn. The FBI has arrested two people who made threats against me. One possessed plastique explosives.

I have not feared many things, but there is one thing above all which terrifies me, and I will forever avoid.

Local school systems.

Every mother has an agenda. Do I dare take on dairy in the schools? No way! Been there, done that. One cannot beat city hall or a local school system.

Not only do I fear local moms, but those spineless eunuchs lacking principles, called principals.

Which brings me to this week's Chicago Tribune story.

Vegan Teacher May Lose His Job
By Jeff Long and Carolyn Starks, September 7, 2007

Dave Warwak has taught art at Fox River Grove Middle School for eight years, and for most of that time, he was happy to eat meatloaf, hot dogs or whatever else the cafeteria workers dished out.

But in January he became a vegan and started spreading the word about the benefits of a meatless diet to students at the McHenry County school. He even built an exhibit out of candy that depicted animals in cages and as road kill.

On Thursday, Warwak said his crusade might cost him his job. He said he was told to stay away from class this week by administrators he described as "ardent meat-eaters."

Warwak, of Williams Bay, Wis., near Lake Geneva, said he is scheduled to meet with Fox River Grove District 3 officials Monday about the discussions he's had in class about vegetarianism, which excludes meats, and veganism, which excludes meats and other animal products such as milk. Officials asked him to leave the school Tuesday because he refused to stop talking about the harms humans cause animals, he said.

Principal Tim Mahaffy declined to comment Thursday, calling the dispute a personnel issue. He would not discuss issues raised by Warwak or verify the teacher's version of events.

The candy display came down after three days, when Mahaffy decided it was too much of a "PETA advertisement," Warwak said. The battle over diet lessons resumed this week after Warwak distributed the book "The Food Revolution" to his 8th-grade students and talked to his classes about vegetarianism.

"It's probably one of the most life-changing books a person can read," Warwak said of the book, written by John Robbins and subtitled, "How Your Diet Can Help Save Your Life and the World."

"It's about how we're destroying the planet with pollution from factory farming," Warwak said. "It's about health. It's about living longer."

Neither the American Civil Liberties Union nor the Illinois Education Association had an opinion on the case, but Warwak drew support from animal rights advocates.

"We believe that in a time when there's so much violence, especially in schools, that teachers who show kindness and compassion for all life should be commended," said Nathan Runkle, executive director of the Chicago-based Mercy for Animals advocacy group, which lobbies against factory farms.

"It's appropriate for students to learn about the horrendous cruelty that animals endure on factory farms, and about the benefits of a healthy diet."

Runkle said his group plans to write a letter to the school in support of Warwak.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, is giving Warwak its "Compassionate Educator" award, vice president Bruce Friedrich said. The group is also sending the school a letter in support of the teacher.

Warwak, meanwhile, sees no problem discussing the topic he cares about passionately during art classes.

"It's art in every way," he said. "Art is something different for everyone...Art is like philosophy."

District 3 Supt. Jacqueline Krause was out of the office Thursday and unavailable for comment. Warwak, who said he makes $55,000 per year, said he feels a responsibility to warn his students about the dangers of what he calls an unhealthy diet and to open their minds to new ideas.

"I'm telling kids, 'Don't believe everything you see and everything you read,'" he said. "I'm trying to get them curious enough to check things out for themselves."

I lack the courage to do what this teacher has done. I will never again try to take on my local school system. My children went through years of ridicule and tireless Gotmilk jokes after my first (successful) attempt to change the milk from GMO to organic in 1994. I have learned my lesson.

Your letter of support can be forwarded to Jeff Long, the reporter: and to Dave:

Dave's very cool website:

Kimberly Steele writes:

"Eating animals, bullying, school shootings... all are part of a larger violent picture of a society that tries to maintain status quo at all costs.

Dave Warwak dared to connect the dots in order to reach out to the children he taught and was fired. The corrupt Fox River Grove system that fired Dave Warwak would not listen when Colin T. Campbell, author of The China Study, only the largest, most comprehensive study of diet and health ever made, testified at Dave's hearing.

Those indoctrinated into the culture of eating animals would often rather ignore all the distressing signs around them, including the ones coming from their own bodies than to shake off their conditioning.

The difference between Dave and the school system he challenged was that Dave actually cared about the health and well being of children, enough to risk and then lose his job. The Fox River Grove school administrators who fired him proved beyond a doubt they were far more concerned with kickbacks and subsidies from Big Ag than the welfare of children, anything to service their addiction to eating their rump of dead pig without suffering those annoying stirs of conscience."

Kimberly Steele, Author of Forever Fifteen, and Honey

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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Vegan Preacher

Jesus was not a corpse-muncher.
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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Obama is not vegan and that is a huge problem!

I have trouble sleeping at night. Silence is complicity, as is tolerance.

"The best Jihad is a speech of truth in the presence of a tyrant ruler." Muhammad

Warwak speaks at the Veggie Pride Parade Union Square, New York City 2011. Silence is complicity, as is tolerance. The whole ball of wax. Obama is not vegan and it is because of the way he was raised. And now we all have to pay the price. Humane Education has the power to save the world, without it, all is lost.

Video by John Sakars

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Saturday, May 7, 2011

Obama has Osama alive deep underground being waterboarded

Hmmm ...

Dear Believers,

I know ... our great nation would never hide the truth or confine and torture Al-Qaeda's top leader for information that could stave-off attacks against America. Just ask Mrs. Cow.

Yours Truly,
Not Born Yesterday

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Obama ... President of the World

While Japan desperately needs help, Obama is instead hard at work creating future terrorists in the world. The people of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, and now Libya are not safe now that Obama thinks he is President of the World.

In Pakistan, Obama is busy escalating tensions with drone attacks – a weak and cowardly way to wage a war against innocent elders who gather to meet about community issues. Shockingly, our Commander and Chief is carrying these attacks out against a country that has nuclear weapons and a fragile government.

In Afghanistan---growers and suppliers of 80% of the world’s opium used for making such drugs as Heroin, Morphine, Oxycontin, Vicoden, Codeine, and more---our “plate-is-full” robber-of-life is working late hours to get hard cash to Wall Street with a “trickle-up” strategy as the CIA has been caught twice with plane loads full of Heroin at LaGuardia Airport, New York directly en route from Afghanistan. Can you say Military Industrial Pharmaceutical Complex?

In Iraq, Obama is digging in deeper taking over land and resources while claiming the war is over.

And if that wasn’t enough, now our over-extended and morally corrupt gang of thugs under Obama has started another war. Once again there is no outcry from the vegan world. Instead the disillusioned prefer to cling to their rose-colored glasses and claim Obama is going vegan in Brazil.

The Truth: POTUS is on a mission to Brazil to firm-up “relations” with his corpse-munching associate, Brazilian President Dilma Rouseff by selling him F/A-18 Super Hornet jet fighters made by Boeing. One would think the press would be all over this one, but the Meatia only reports of the Obama family’s follies of soccer, dining, and sightseeing. How tragic we are only concerned with trivial---often times untrue---events.

The Truth: On March 20, 2011AD---while vegans were busy spreading their rumors of Obama going vegan---our corpse-munching warmonger ordered the mass-murder of innocent humans in Libya carried out by 15 U.S aircraft, including Marine Harrier jets deployed from an assault ship in the Mediterranean and three Air Force B-2 stealth bombers that flew the 25-hour journey from Whitman Air Force Base in Missouri---to the tune of more than $60,000,000 of U.S vegan tax payers' money---to drop 45 bombs each weighing 2,000 pounds, starting---yet another---war.

Obama is a corpse-munching psychopath---who doesn't value life---leading us all to hell.

Doesn’t anyone else see Obama as he really is?

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Saturday, March 19, 2011

Wardlow Station go to hell!

Wardlow Station go to hell!

I died for your laughs - a letter to the most unfortunate associates on behalf of lobsters, cows, and all the other innocent lives you have stolen to feed your---and all your blood-sucking patrons’---evil corpse-holes:

Dear Corpse-munchers,

First off let me just say this, “Fuck you”

And fuck your friends and families for generations to come

My ancestors are yours; yet, you wantonly ingest the death of yourself when you eat me

As you die a slow cancerous self-induced death, may all the suffering you have caused others be thrust upon your wretched soul before you are crapped into the cold ground only to become earthenware at best, while we live on forever

I sincerely hope you enjoy my bloody butchered self you evil robber-of-life for I know my existence---thanks to you---was as miserable as the next worthless soul’s only left to meditate on the suffering and pain so it would become part of my flesh so when you selfish cold-hearted murderous sorts ingest my misery, it will become yours

Like I said, “Fuck you”

Unfortunately yours,

The corpse on your plate

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Monday, March 14, 2011

Warwak tells corpse-munchers the truth

Speaking the truth at Hollywood's big Halloween bash 2010: Corpse-munchers dress up as they really are. I see through their bullshit all year long three times a day.

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Jesus was not a corpse-muncher

And neither am I

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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Document: The Bug Man of Venice's heinous crimes against humanity

I went back to the Venice boardwalk---despite death threats, blocking of passage, criminal property damage, intimidation, and harassment---with restraining order in place to document the Bug Man of Venice's---who is now set-up in spot I69 -- my old spot) heinous crimes against humanity

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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Warwak in Beverly Hills telling people to, "Grow up!"

Go vegan or die! Here I am in downtown Bevery Hills where I protested fur---and everything else---for 2 days. Was great to get after the corpse-munchers while they were feeding. I covered Shela in blood to help the cause.

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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Child Slavery and Murder for Sale on Venice Beach

There is a wicked man selling endangered species encased in plastic on the boardwalk. Seeing such a sight, one can't help but feel remorse for all the lost souls and sheer horror tangled in the beauty of nature and the stark reality of a sick bizarre graveyard designed to make money.

Children are sent into the killing fields to find anything that moves or shits and then murder the poor critters and encase them in plastic -- sold for pennies ... or another day of abuse, murder, and existence.

So I painted the robber-of-life encased in plastic and paraded my painting in front of his display warning children and parents not to purchase his sale-priced death in a box.

Thanks to my efforts, the disconnected corpse-muncher didn't make one penny today ... much like the children in the killing fields.

The old man called the police on me three times, but I didn't stop as I was exercising my free speech and am on the side of good. He sicked his pitbull on me and I called the police. After pulling my pants down in front of everyone to show the bite mark on my ass to the paramedics, police, and onlookers, I proclaimed, "I will never stop campaigning against evil and until he takes his bad karma off the boardwalk, I will make sure his wallet hurts everyday."

Wherever I go, there I am. Silence in complicity, as is tolerance. I can't wait for tomorrow!

Video by Ben Hur

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Animal Rescue on Venice Beach

Around 8:00 AM this morning I was speaking with the Venice Beach Police, and through our conversation, discovered there was a turkey a mile down the boardwalk. I immediately ran down the boardwalk where I found a large gathering of people watching a pit-bull harass the gentle turkey.

I quickly offered up the last of my ---$10.00---for my feathered friend. The homeless woman who had a bra tied around the turkey's neck gladly took the money in exchange for the turkey; while, the homeless corpse-munchers salivated at the thought of a turkey dinner and made scary remarks.

I picked her up and carried her back to my paintings and made some calls. Animal Acres agreed to take on a new family member and a ride was arranged. While waiting, I held and bonded with my friend.

As I was holding her, the owners came by my display wanting her back. The owner is a chef who was given the turkey to butcher and cook for Thanksgiving. The chef couldn't bear murdering the poor soul; however, his roommate threw the turkey by the feet in an alleyway where a homeless woman found her and tied a bra around her neck and brought her down to the board walk to make some cash. No way in hell I was giving up my new friend to the hands of a corpse-munching chef. I told him to take a hike, she's mine now.

Our friend is now safe and sound to live out her natural born days at Animal Acres. I plan on visiting her and know she will recognize me and be the beautiful gentle soul she was today.

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Door-to-door campaign to spread veganism

Sparking curiosity so people will discover veganism on their own and have ownership. I am going door to door leaving people with an honest message. I use this handout:

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"Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations. But after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it." Buddha

Veganism addresses our major problems:

Climate Change, War, Violence, Pollution, Ignorance, Apathy, and the Healthcare Crisis

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Monday, August 9, 2010

Janesville, Wisconsin F-H/Rodeo Protest - Aug 1, 2010 [HQ]

Warwak pelted with avian menstruations - police

JANESVILLE — Protesters demonstrating against what they called animal cruelty greeted some 4-H fairgoers before the rodeo's early performance Sunday.

Among the protesters was Allegrea S.B. Rosenberg of Janesville, who held a hand-lettered sign that said "Fun for you ... panic, pain and fear for the animals"

"We're just here to educate and get the word out," said Rosenberg, who belongs to the Alliance for Animals of Rock County. Some others among the eight protesters were from Madison or Rockford, Ill., she said.

"Against animals in entertainment! They're not ours to exploit!" said another sign.

Rosenberg and another protester said they had endured a few insults, and one of them was struck in the back by an egg that they believed was thrown from inside the fairgrounds.

The protest appeared peaceful, however, about 15 minutes before the show started. Two police officers stood on the sidewalk, observing.

One protester with a megaphone had more than just rodeos on his mind.

"Children, think of what you're eating," he said. "They call it hot dogs, but it's really ground-up pigs."

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Thursday, February 11, 2010

Dave must die

I am getting many messages of love wondering what happened to me.

“Where did Dave go?”

People who know me understand I always try to be my best---and to be a nice man in everything I do---and that I especially watch out for others - often at the expense of my own livelihood.

Never one to keep secrets---as some suggest I have done---I feel compelled to be honest with my friends - no matter how ugly the truth may be.

I went for a walk and was 'jumped' in the park near my house by three hooded men who held me down and kicked me in the ribs. The bullies mashed my face in dog shit and told me to stay away from Fox River Grove. “Stay away from our children!” is nailed in my mind. One of the hooded men, had a voice I recognized as FRG School District 3 Board of Education, Steve Knar.

Of course they didn’t silence me. I refuse to help evil people hide loving truth from trusting, impressionable children. I still walk in the park despite hooded demons hiding behind the hills and trees.

The Williams Bay police department watched me closely---to protect my safety---when I went out on my walks.

I go walking through the woods near my house and use an old plastic spray bottle---filled with urine---to spread human scent in hopes of scaring-off deer that might be passing through the Kishwauketoe bow-and-arrow hunting "Nature Conservancy." One day, I happened across a bully in a camouflage tent who was waiting for a buck to cross the field. I didn’t notice the demon's evil trap until I was within several feet of him.

Startled, I asked, “What are you doing?” (I know - stupid question.)

He answered, “Waiting for the sun to set, when deer cross the field - then I can shoot em.”

I asked, “Is that legal?” (I know - another stupid question.)

And with his fully-cocked razor-tipped tri-blade arrow aimed directly at me, he answered, “Yes.”

Dumbfounded, I left the woods speechless.

The police no longer watch me to protect my safety. They still watch me, but now, they watch me because I am an Animal Rights activist.

We may never know for sure who damaged that hunter’s car, but since I am the only animal rights activist the police know of, they felt obligated to inform me, “I never even heard of a vegan until I learned of you. You are suspect number one.”

Of course I still walk in the woods despite armed murderous demons hiding in the bush who wish me ill will.

I have had many death threats since becoming a vocal vegan. I let these bullies know, the more they try to silence me, the louder I will get. And so it goes … the louder I get, the more they wish me dead. They say, “Dave must die.”

It is quite ironic that I say, “Go vegan or die!” now that I am the one on the chopping-block.

I have nightmares and even had a lucid 10 second vision of my death. In my vision, I am shot in the chest while walking in a busy city. The bullet piercing my heart felt so good.

And in May, for the 3rd year now, Pamela Rice has scheduled me to speak at the Veggie Pride Parade in Greenwich Village, New York.

Of course I will be there walking and speaking in the big city. I live for the VPP. There is no greater joy than publically standing-up against evil.

And so you may ask, “What happened to Dave?”

Just know this, if you never hear from me again - I loved you and had no other business in this world.

I tried my best to be a good man. I wanted to protect my friends from evil. Not much changed.

I had a Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in Art Education and a Master of Arts in the Studio Art of Painting with 10 years experience teaching K-12 Art in public schools. I loved teaching. I was a good teacher. I loved my students enough to be honest with them. Schools no longer wish to employ my skills.

I was an Artist. Not many bought my paintings.

I was a writer. Not many bought my book.

I said all I had to say. Not many heard me.

I have no more business in this world.

Dave must die and it will feel so good.

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Sunday, January 24, 2010

Go vegan or die

Do you know? Do you care? I love you enough to tell you the truth. Your heart never lies. Go vegan or die

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Thursday, December 3, 2009

They say …

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “The hole in the ozone layer has never been larger”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “The western edge of the Antarctic ice shelf is melting more than twice the projected worst estimates projecting a 5 foot rise in sea levels in this century.”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “With rising temperatures, rising sea levels, melting icecaps and glaciers, shifting ocean currents and weather patterns, climate change is the most serious challenge facing the human race.”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “The livestock business is among the most damaging sectors to the earth’s increasingly scarce water resources, contributing among other things to water pollution from animal wastes, antibiotics and hormones, chemicals from tanneries, fertilizers and the pesticides used to spray feed crops.”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “The major sources of pollution are from animal wastes, antibiotics and hormones, chemicals from tanneries, fertilizers and pesticides used for feed crops, and sediments from eroded pastures. Global figures are not available but in the United States, with the world’s fourth largest land area, livestock are responsible for an estimated 55 percent of erosion and sediment, 37 percent of pesticide use, 50 percent of antibiotic use, and a third of the loads of nitrogen and phosphorus into freshwater resources.”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “The livestock sector may well be the leading player in the reduction of biodiversity, since it is the major driver of deforestation, as well as one of the leading drivers of land degradation, pollution, climate change, overfishing, sedimentation of coastal areas and facilitation of invasions by alien species.”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “The livestock sector is by far the single largest anthropogenic user of land. The total area occupied by grazing is equivalent to 26 percent of the ice-free terrestrial surface of the planet. In addition, the total area dedicated to feed crop production amounts to 33 percent of total arable land. In all, livestock production accounts for 70 percent of all agricultural land and 30 percent of the land surface of the planet.”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “The livestock sector emerges as one of the top two or three most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global. The findings of this report suggest that it should be a major policy focus when dealing with problems of land degradation, climate change and air pollution, water shortage and water pollution and loss of biodiversity.”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “Atmospheric concentrations of CO2 and CH4 are at higher levels than experienced in the last 800,000 years and are increasing at rates unlikely to have been seen in the (geologically) recent past. Antarctica was warmer in the last interglacial (130,000 years ago) and sea levels were higher.”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

They say, “Loss of ice from the West Antarctic ice sheet is likely to contribute some tens of centimeters to global sea level by 2100. This will contribute to a projected total sea level rise of up to 1.4 meters (and possibly higher) by 2100.”

They say, “Dave, you need to tone it down and be nice otherwise they won’t listen. Try to be more loving and tolerant. Look for the good in people. You are making vegans look bad. They won’t like us.”

I say, “No, I won’t tone it down; in fact, I will be so loud that they can’t help but hear me. I am plenty loving. Love is caring enough to do something about the holocaust. No I won’t tolerate corpse-munching. I see the good in people and I see the bad. I also see the good in animals and very little bad. Peer pressure does not rule my actions. I don’t care if corpse-munchers don’t like us. I don’t like corpse-munching. I am not leaving the children a dead planet on my watch.”

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Talk Show Host Bob Linden Wrongfully Arrested By Beverly Hills Cops at "Fur-Free Friday" Demonstration

Radio talk show host Bob Linden was arrested by Beverly Hills cops on Friday in front of a Wilshire Boulevard animal-skin market as Mr. Linden turned on his bullhorn power switch and announced "fur is murder." Beverly Hills cops immediately charged at Linden, yanked the megaphone from his hands, and then yanked his hands behind his back, handcuffing him, and charging him with using amplified sound without a permit, pursuant to a Beverly Hills municipal code which Linden calls "blatantly unconstitutional."

"I can't believe it," Linden said. "Years after I won a settlement with Beverly Hills because of its unconstitutional practices and rights violations, here it is behaving again like George W. Bush, creating its own rogue state, a lawless constitution-free zone. Here we go again, having to show Beverly Hills that, whether it likes it or not, the constitution is still enforced there." Linden was referring to long-standing U.S. Supreme Court decided settled law recognizing the bullhorn as an instrument of free speech expression. Linden has experienced a number of similar wrongful arrests associated with bullhorn usage (which instead of resulting in convictions have resulted in greater animal rights free speech opportunities at such venues as the Los Angeles Sports Arena, Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, and the San Diego Sports Arena).

In the current oppressive environment where we are losing our rights every day, especially so for animal rights activists, it is more important than ever to assert the rights that we do have. The right to free speech is so important for those who speak for the voiceless - the poor innocent ones raised or trapped to become the fur for sale in Beverly Hills. We need to reach people, to appeal to their humanity. We know that if shoppers know the cruelty of fur, how animals are confined, how they are stomped, gassed, drowned, anally and genitally electrocuted, how maybe 40 lives are killed for one fur coat - of course people won't want to buy it - and maybe that's why the Beverly Hills cops only let me get three words out before arresting me. Do you think everyone who violates the Beverly Hills code is roughly handcuffed - or is that treatment reserved only for animal rights activists", Linden asked.

Prior to the arrest, Beverly Hills cops refused to divulge the municipal code under which Linden was being warned he would be arrested if he used the bullhorn. Subsequently, an officer read Beverly Hills Municipal Code 4-3-501 to Linden, to which Linden replied to the officer that none of what he read applied to his activities and that such a code usually has an explicit or implicit provision that such a restrictive code would not apply to those engaged in constitutionally protected activity. Beverly Hills police arrested Linden anyway, with a court date scheduled for early February.

You can help Bob Linden with his court costs, his defense, and his subsequent lawsuit against the City of Beverly Hills for its repeated egregious violations of our constitutional rights as American citizens. Donations for legal (re not tax-deductible) and should be made payable to Bob Linden, and sent to PO Box 475414, San Francisco, CA 94147.

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