This week’s quote comes from Kevin Kjonaas. He’s the American ringleader of SHAC, the violent animal rights group that has terrorized hundreds if not thousands of innocent people whose only “fault” was working for a company that Kjonaas doesn’t like. He made this chilling statement during an April 21 speech at American University in Washington, DC:

“We’re not going after corporate logos — monolithic, multinational corporate logos. We’re going after groups of people. Corporations are just groups of people. And it’s this mindset that allows us to have some sort of strength. Because we’re not just attacking a corporation — we’re seeing it as a group of people. And groups of people have vulnerabilities. They have weaknesses. They have homes. They have a desire for privacy and comfort — and that is their weakness.”