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Recommended and Worthwhile Website Links

This page includes links to other websites that we, at If You Ask Me, feel are worth supporting and visiting. Some of these websites provide further information, and often confirmation, on the topics that you will find on this website. Other websites, whose links you will find here, are highly recommended and worth supporting and advertising far and wide.

Link to The True Green Alliance
True Green Alliance Links

If you genuinely care for Africa’s wildlife then you should be supporting the True Green Alliance.

If you are concerned with the survival of Africa’s fabulous wildlife, and if you are aware of the fact that the animal liberation and animal rights movement are only interested in making money for themselves and satisfying the misguided emotions of its own members, then you need to think seriously about supporting organisations like the True Green Alliance (TGA).

To save Africa’s biodiversity requires sensible and workable conservation programs; the very programs that the animal rights brigade attack and demonize because their own selfish emotions can’t cope with reality. Providing financial support to any of the pretend wildlife organisations, like the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), The Humane Society and PETA is a total waste of time from a conservation point of view. These organisations use the hundred of millions, that they collect from a misguided public to stuff their own bank accounts and to fund useless stunts that damage real and working conservation programs.

Click on this link, the True Green Alliance, if you wish to visit the TGA website where you can make a real and valued contribution to African conservation.

link to the marriage alliance

Marriage Alliance is an independent alliance bringing together individuals and organisations supporting a common cause. We exist to voice the opinion of the silent majority of Australians that respect same-sex attracted people, but do not want to change the current definition of marriage. You can visit the Marriage Alliance website at this link, Marriage Alliance, if you would like to read more about their goals and their concerns.