NTDM and their acolytes, to silence their critics, reported them to FB as fake identities. To verify their identities, and to have their accounts reinstated, FB requested private documents as proof of identity. Some of us have refused to do so, since we do not believe that FB should be trusted with such personal information. Others have responded to FB onerous demands but still have not had their accounts reinstated? Animal welfare pages have been stranded since their admin are banned from access. Valuable work on FB for suffering animals has ground to a halt. The people who launched this attack have many false identities but we were all taken down too quickly to protect ourselves from them. We have seen FB comments chortling about their success in removing their critics from FB.
NTDM, bloated by their triumphant FB vendetta, then decided to launch a Twitter attack on Peter Egan, a much respected public figure in the UK, a tireless animal welfare activist and the ambassador for Animals Asia. Why did they launch an attack on Peter Egan? Because he said that he did not support them.
Peter was impelled to make this statement because NTDM have recently been using an old photo of him on their Facebook page and were heralding him as a supporter.
In a spiteful attempt to smear his reputation NTDM attacked him by erroneously suggesting that he is linked to an individual who had posted a derogatory comment on Facebook.
Peter Egan has a big following of supporters on Twitter. They are appalled at this attempt to smear his reputation. People, who up until now had not even known about NTDM, tweeted in protest. Until this much-loved and respected man was attacked in this way by NTDM on Twitter, they had no idea of the depths to which this ‘animal charity’ will sink to cover their traces. Peter, being the dignified man he is, responded to this vicious attack, He made a simple request.
When no response was forthcoming, on what had now become a public forum, he asked another simple question. “Who is their CEO and who are their trustees?”
NTDM refused to answer.
If you would like to read about this on Twitter, please follow the link: https://twitter.com/PeterEgan6
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