Sunday, June 29, 2008



Animal rights protesters have launched a series of angry campaigns against A-list carnivores. They are shifting their focus from celebrities who wear fur to others who encourage the "exploitation" of animals by eating them. In its latest campaign, Peta – People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, which became infamous for dousing fur-wearers in red paint – has launched an attack on the singer Jessica Simpson. (To read entire article click above)

Has anyone ever heard of a buycott? that is when you read press releases from knuckleheads like PETA and buy from the companies and individuals that they are protesting. When you read that a company or individual is being harassed by PETA, go and buy their album, see their movie or patronise their business.
My organisation, PETA (People for Eating Tasty Animals is spearheading this effort. It's one thing for someone to attempt to educate you about their point of view, but PETA is getting more and more strident, more and more intolerant of the meat eating majority.
In the interest of giving equal time to my opponents, I am including a link to a painter, a best selling author and man of considerable renown who was a renowned vegetarian.
http://sensitive vegetarian artist
As you can see from visiting his site, there is a balance between compassion for humans and compassion for animals. An animal rights activist was asked if she would save a drowning dog first or a drowning child. She could not answer with certainty, because as she explained, both lives were equal. In Haiti, there is a system of virtual slavery, where impoverished parents give their children away to wealthy people in the hope of them having a better life. Instead of caring for them and educating them, the children are enslaved. The children are called restavecs. There are some people who make the children sleep in creaky shacks while the family dog lives in an air conditioned dog house.*
The animal rights activists need to be monitored. They have splashed paint on people wearing fur coats and trashed laboratories where animal research was being conducted. They don't care if people die because they have disrupted medical research. They should be closely watched, because among them are terrorists. There is nothing humane about them at all because they do not care about humans. Hopefully they will be sued under the RICO statutes or called to task for their terrorist activities. Meanwhile slaves languish in Haiti, while their owner's dogs so beloved by PETA enjoy the air conditioning.

Above sites are provided for information about the restaveks

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

PETA also loves to harass artists - those who use images of animals in their works, regardless of context.. As an artist who believes in free expression, I encourage others to stand up against PETA and their efforts to close down exhibitions of contemporary art of which they have no understanding whatsoever. Here is a great example to prove this point:

PETA go to hell!