From: WALTER EDMUND BOND (37096013)
Date: 11/9/2018 8:07:16 AM
Subject: xGOD-FREEx

The first time I was ever caught for arson was in 1997 when I broke into and burnt a huge pentagram into the altar at the united methodist church, across the street from the police station, in Mason City, Iowa. I remember when I lit the pentagram how the butane flickered blue for a solid three seconds before the bright yellow flames rose and leapt from the carpet. It really was a beautiful sight to behold.

In the monotheistic religions we find the origin of the filth and saturation of human supremacy. A cursory look at genesis in the ‘holy’ bible gives us the impression that god created the whole universe, all of creation, the Earth, Animals and everything that could ever be extracted from the air, soil and water all for the use and abuse of man.

How spectacularly egotistical! How phenomenally megalomaniacal! What insane vanity! To think that all things are put here for our utility and are at there best only when becoming useful to us. Why, the whole point of life is to simply rise to the level of being crushed under our feet! convenience in the extreme.

It is this primary idea of supremacy, that gave way and legitimized the institutionalization of slavery, patriarchy and hierarchy that came to plague all open societies ever since. In fact we find this primary idea as a theme that gets repeated over and over again in all the world scriptures, sagas and religious mythologies. It is the unquestioned given. The first step that is always overlooked.

In the koran we read that Iblis is turned to Satan because he has the audacity to question god about why he plans on putting a being, man, in charge of the Earth when mankind is such a wicked and selfish mess. For this Iblis is cast out upon which he vows to stand against humanity directly in their path of religion. How glorious then is Satan! He seems to me to be the primordial Animal rights activist as he places Animals and the Earth above man and god, well done! too bad he didn’t spit in gods eye on the way out the door just for good measure.

Of course, all this is only so much theater. Just as was my burning a pentagram in the altar of a upper middle class white church so many years ago. One does not combat Santa Claus by believing in Krampus, no! to do so is to fall right back into the same stupid games of delusional fantasy. The only way to truly combat fantasy is with reality.

And the truth is that (drum roll please): lo and behold all this is fraud! The catholic pedophile is no more holy than the secular pedarest! The hindu fakir is no less a lying greedy con artist than the ponzi scheming capitalist. The santero and priests of vodun see no more in their false pattern recognitions than do the so-called psychics, palm readers, numerologists, astrologers or paranoid schizophrenics! No meat eating mystic, no native or indigenousness hallucinogenic drug addict has anything more sacred to offer than can be experienced at practically any house party, on any given night, anywhere in america!

The truth is you live and then you die and that is the end of you! We all came from the same place, the womb, and we all will go to the same place, the dirt. The moment after death will be the same as the moment before your birth, you will not exist.

Nor is human life even sacred. the Earth deals in an abundance, not scarcity. Just as with all life. in fact, at this point in our evolution people have become a positive nuisance, numerically speaking, a blight on the face of Mother Earth, and a terror to all else that lives.

So what is the point of life?

Well, if you are an Atheist you get to decide what life will mean to you. Like an adult you can discern from the relevant information, separate fact from fiction and chart your own course. And if that’s too much for you (as it is for most people) you can grab a hold of the crutch of fantasy. You can become like all true believers in the lie, a pusillanimous mental gelding that retreats into a world of nonsense, chanting and hysterics. But don’t expect the rest of us to believe, pay lip service to, or even respect your pathological shibboleths.

It also must be stressed that it’s time for a full reversal of what passes for ‘morality’ of a religious nature. All this nonsense about ‘traditional family values’, sexual normalcy, the sanctity of (human) life, fetuses, zygotes…….. whatever. All these self righteous and archaic ideas of what is ‘natural’ are pure fiction. And it is fiction of a particularly dangerous variety in this day and age of global warming and over population. The truth is that the less people, the better.

Why? because from the point of view of the Earth, as well as the vast communities of life She sustains, humans, since the advent of the industrial revolution have been killing the planet for the sake of our ‘way of life’. So obviously, our way of life must change. that is far more reasonable than oh, I dunno, killing the Earth and all life upon her.

what is best for the totality, the diversity of species is my reason for what’s right. What will help the Earth survive is the foundational support of my ‘morality’, and I use the term loosely. Not belief in some mythical airy beings that roam around the cosmos making things out of no things. Nor is it some pile of trash scripture that dictates trite and shoddy proverbs of behavior originated by out and out charlatans!

No, and once again no! Let us usher in, and champion an age of abortion, birth control, homosexuality and euthanasia. Let’s spay and neuter ourselves instead of our ‘pets’! Lets allow the rinderpest that is humanity to decline, to wither and rot on the vine so that the Earth may take her time and heal from the plague that was wrought upon her by the infection of the non-Vegan. And let the very Idea of god, the supernatural, and every form of it’s imposition be destroyed and held in nothing but utter contempt.

Walter Bond
‘The Wolf’

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Compassion Vs. Consumption

From: WALTER EDMUND BOND (37096013)
Date: 10/12/2018 9:19:23 AM
Subject: Compassion Vs. Consumption

Human greed and avarice has been killing the planet and this has been the case for a long time running. And now it has been ramped up to a fever pitch with the advent of the industrial revolution. Ever driven by a filthy, environmentally catastrophic smoke stack society with both capitalist and communist countries locked into a death spiral of consuming the Earth; stripping Her of all ‘raw material’ and spewing forth chemicals, pollution and disease into an environment where once there was vitality and growth.

All this ‘development’ (really destruction when looked at with open eyes) has put our species at loggerheads with all species. all for the pettiness of consumption for consumptions sake. Our way of life, eating the dead, lapping their milk and stealing their eggs has not only poisoned the environment through the mechanized slaughterhouse industry (to give only one of several examples) but has poisoned our ideals as well.

This deadening of empathy to apathy has created a wholly selfish human-centric perspective that within a few short generations has made it nearly impossible for 9/10ths of adults living within the most economically viable countries to show any serious consideration for any being outside of humanity. So prevalent is this myopic worldview that to simply have genuine concern for the less fortunate amongst ourselves is considered heroically altruistic. This overconsumption, this excess fosters a ‘warped value system’ where the silliest and most trivial wants and desires are viewed as rights. This stems from heavy conditioning by advertising that starts in the cradle and ends in an early grave. Continue reading

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Seventh anniversary of Walter Bond’s statement to the federal court in Utah before being sentenced on October 13, 2011

On October 13, 2011

Federal District Court, Salt Lake City, Utah

Walter Bond’s Statement at his Sentencing

I’m here today because of the arsons I committed at The Tandy Leather Factory in Salt Lake City, and the Tiburon Restaurant in Sandy, Utah which sells the incredibly cruel product foie gras. The US Attorney wants to give me the maximum sentence and beyond, not because of my ‘crimes,’ but because I am unrepentant and outspoken.

My intuition tells me that this court is not going to show me mercy because I became ‘suddenly sorry.’  So instead of lying to the court in a feeble attempt to save myself, as I’m certain many do when they face their sentencing day, allow me to tell you what I am sorry for. Continue reading

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From: WALTER EDMUND BOND (37096013)
Date: 8/29/2018 9:52:55 AM
Subject: Interview

Joe Jordan- So your bi-sexual, do you identify as Queer as well?

Walter Bond- I don’t have any problem with the title ‘Queer’, but I guess I use the antiquated term ‘Bi’ mainly for two reasons. First, just to be specific and second because it took me decades to really come to terms with my bisexuality, so it feels as though I’ve earned it. There were many years I struggled and tried to be straight and there were just as many years where I struggled and tried to stay gay. Always on either side of the fence were people, both straight and gay, that well meaning or not tried to influence me to pick a side. And that just did not work for me.

For example, I worked for years in Denver for a gay-owned and operated company that specializes in adult products. I was even in a couple gay adult videos myself. But if my employers (a bunch of misogynistic old queens) would have found out that I dated women. I would have been stuck at the lowest levels of the job if not politicked out of the company all together. And of course to many straight men any type of homosexuality just marks you as “gay”, for good and always.

J.”g”J.- When did you realize you were Bi?

WB- Before I hit puberty. Somewhere around 10 years old.

J.”g”J.- What circumstances lead to you coming out?

WB- I came out in 7th grade and it was basically because I wanted to be honest with my friends and the world around me and quite honestly, to try and find a boy that I could have a relationship with, which I did 🙂 At the time I felt a lot of turmoil about my sexuality and I thought that maybe being out about it would alleviate that. I wish I could say it did but it took me many years of wrestling with the closet before I made peace with myself. Continue reading

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Why I Am Straight Edge

5/13/2018 7:37:27 AM
Why I Am Straight Edge

I am Straight Edge because I hate drugs and alcohol. I don’t want to use them, I don’t want to be around other people who use them and I want nothing to do with drug culture, the bar scene, etc. What separates me from being simply drug free is that I actively stand against drug culture and I have taken a life time oath to abstain from the filth of inebriation.

I suppose every person that claims Straight Edge has their own set of reasons and values that they ascribe to it. for most it is a phase that they go through, a music scene with associated fashions they identify with, or a peer group to belong to that is obscure enough to satisfy a tribal desire. I went through all that decades ago and while it was fun and I still enjoy the music it ceased to be about crews, and bands, and dance moves for me along time ago. Being honest that was never my main stay in Straight Edge to begin with. so I guess………. Well, I guess I’ll start at my beginning. Continue reading

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Veganism At The Intersection

5/3/2018 11:08:46 AM
Veganism At The Intersection

Intersectionality. The places where all the various struggles for social justice movements intersect, and the places many feel we should all come together linking our struggles, becoming stronger together and fortifying a united front against racism, sexism, ableism and all other forms of human oppression.

But what about specieism? It seems that when intersectionality gets applied to Animal liberation that it is largely a one way road. We are to sacrifice the integrity of our movement to once again focus on human issues as the core, as the primary concern. We are called upon to stop with all this Vegan nonsense which, don’t you know, is just so elitist and privileged! we are asked to only see the suffering, torture, exploitation and death of hundreds of species, billions of lives lost and brutalized as equal to one segment of our own species not enjoying full social equality?

I don’t buy it….. Pluralistic movements often fail from lack of a definitive goal. When your dealing with large groups of people with various beliefs, ideas and points of view the more complicated you make the goal the more you alienate your own cause from the mainstream and in the case of Animal Liberation we want Veganism, concern for Animals and the Earth to be accessible to all, to be practicable by all, not just by those who we feel have right ideas or politics or views, right?

Veganism and Animal right is not a punk rock movement where we don’t want the ‘conformists’ or ‘posers’ to take ‘our thing’. It’s very good that Veganism along with concern for those outside of our species is becoming more mainstream, this is what makes it relevant and turns that stream of consciousness into eventual and long term change for Animals. Continue reading

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Back In The CMU

From: WALTER EDMUND BOND (37096013)

Date: 2/22/2018 9:08:48 AM

Subject: Back In The CMU


I was transferred from solitary confinement in FCI Greenville Tuesday, the 13th of February, 2018. According to my notice of transfer I am here because “On December 4th, 2017, the SIS office at FCI Greenville completed an investigation and determined that on November 15, 2017, you enlisted the help of the North American Animal Liberation Press Office, (NAALPO relays anonymous communiques, photos and videos to the media about direct action undertaken by radical animal rights activists) to encourage members of the public to e-mail and call FCI Greenville, in order to disrupt normal operations in an effort to pressure the executive staff to agree to several demands to address perceived grievances you have with the institution and the Bureau Of Prisons. Utilizing the inmate telephone system, you provided a recorded message which was released as a podcast, announcing your intention to engage in a hunger strike, outlining your grievances and encouraging supporters to contact the institution in support of your demands. To deter your continued attempts of using inmate communications to convey threats to injure and/or kill civilians; it is recommended that you be placed in a Communications Management Unit (CMU) for increased monitoring of your communications to protect the safety, security and good order of BOP institutions, government officials and the public.” Continue reading

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Walter Bond has been transferred to the Terre Haute CMU

Walter Bond has been transferred to the Terre Haute CMU.

Here is his new mailing address:

Walter Bond
FCI Terre Haute CMU
PO Box 33
Terre Haute IN 47808

If you recently wrote to Walter at the Greenville Illinois prison address, your letter will probably be forwarded to the new address. If your letter is returned in the mail, just re-send it to the new address.

Thank you to all the supporters who have sent funds for Walter over the last few months while he was on hunger strike and later while he was in the SHU. Now that he is no longer in the SHU and transferred to a new location, your donations will be put to good use.

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Seventh anniversary of Walter Bond’s sentencing in Denver Colorado on Feb 11, 2011

Sheepskin Factory
1/12/2017 12:35:24 PM
Feb. 11

At the time I wrote this statement it’s really impossible to convey accurately what life was like for me at the time. Although before my incarceration I was an activist for Animal Rights and Veganism I was never a visible person within the movement. I worked in a local health food store. on the weekends I worked for an Animal sanctuary and I tabled events in my spare time teaching people about the Animal’s plight and the ethics behind Veganism (not just about the food).

In late April of 2010 I burned down the sheepskin factory in Denver and never again would my life be the same…. I don’t feel the same. It no longer matters to me if I can change the world, I don’t spend long hours ranting and raving about how terrible my non-Vegan family or friends are or how they just don’t get it. I don’t waste my time or emotional energy crying over the cruelties of this world. And I don’t give up on, or compromise Animal Liberation because I can’t change things single handedly. These are the unfortunate phases that many who come into this movement go through. A kind of activist burnout ritual that is both superficial and selfish.

It’s not about crying all the time for Animals, Being angry on their behalf, or inventing a new line of feel good Vegan crap to make consumers and companies feel the activist fever. It’s not about me in this prison, or how you, I, or we feel about anything! It’s about positive action that saves Animal’s lives today! that stop their exploitation and enslavement today! no matter what we feel like or think about it! Continue reading

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