If Mendele didn't believe in that "Nazi crap" then why did he join the Nazi party in 1937 and later volunteer to go to a Nazi death camp? That comes directly from mrdeadman's websites.
as far as what Auschwitz did being revolting, i agree. What i'm trying to say is that doing testing on animals is just as bad.
I read that, but I don't beleive anyone with a functioning brain can beleive that Jews etc. are sub-human. When scientists test on animals, they don't usually inject stuff into their eyes to change to change their colour, they don't normally operate without some form of anesthetic etc etc.
In light of what mrdeadman just said, many animals may seem superior to some humans, but I still think that we should continue testing on animals rather than gathering up all the people mrdeadman doesn't like and test on them (... human rights stuff etc.
When I talk about testing, I mean humane testing done just to test out new drugs etc. This research saves millions of people's lives and improves the quality of millions of others, like mrdeadman said. I haven't been to Peta's website for ages and I don't feel like visiting right now, but I think many of their pictures aren't actually what goes on in most western civilisation labs. I don't agree that any animal should be treated the way humans were treated in Auschwitz, and most people wouldn't have the mental capacity to treat anything (except maybe a wasp/poisonous ant etc.) in the same way the angel of death treated humans.