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This Guy Mercilessly Destroys PETA, Exposes Hypocrisy on Twitter

By Cali / vendredi 21 juillet 2017 09:29
What's more 'FML' than being sent to a kill shelter? You definitely won't want to donate to them again after reading this.

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has been synonymous with animal rights since they started campaigning in 1980. In recent years, however, certain individuals have begun to question the organization's motives, practices, and publicity tactics.

Are the infamous animal rights activists doing more harm than good?

From their attention-grabbing ads featuring naked women to questionable kill-rates at their shelters, eyebrows are raising for all the wrong reasons. Their shocking clips showing graphic animal abuses in the food and fashion industries have some viewers shouting "enough is enough!" Is it possible to shame the masses into veganism or are they just upsetting animal-lovers for no reason? They're officially against no-kill shelters and, according to The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, PETA euthanized 1,428 of the 2,007 animals that ended up at its Virginia shelter in 2016. For real.

Calum McSwiggan, a YouTuber and LGBT activist from the UK, spoke out on Twitter.

 

Luckily, each of us can make a difference for animals without worrying about PETA! Eating less meat and spending less on leather and fur goods is an easy start, of course. Are you in the market for a pet? Don't buy, adopt! Lastly, if you want to support an organization, there's always the ASPCA, the Humane Society of the United States and your local shelters. Whether you give time, money, or supplies, you'll surely make a positive impact!

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By  Ashamed_Sister  |  48

So many groups fighting for a noble cause have abandoned their ideas as soon as they were big and well known. Power corrupts and PETA is no exception. Just look at Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, Greenpeace and the entire feminist movement. Instead of doing what the pretend to do they have turned to politics and became bullies. It’s time to free ourselves from their influence.

By  DanielleinDC  |  28

Center for "Consumer" Freedom is a lobbying group for the meat, dairy, and egg industries and has a number of other organizations under its umbrella touting tobacco, tanning beds, and other unhealthy things. Like Karen Handel in Georgia, they oppose a livable wage. It's more Center for *Corporate* Freedom.

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By  DanielleinDC  |  28

Center for "Consumer" Freedom is a lobbying group for the meat, dairy, and egg industries and has a number of other organizations under its umbrella touting tobacco, tanning beds, and other unhealthy things. Like Karen Handel in Georgia, they oppose a livable wage. It's more Center for *Corporate* Freedom.

By  Kalua  |  6

To be fair, some of their trashy games are actually fun (What? Played the Mario thingy a bit, and Pokemon Black and Blue twice). But, yeah, that's the only good thing I can say about them.

By  Ashamed_Sister  |  48

So many groups fighting for a noble cause have abandoned their ideas as soon as they were big and well known. Power corrupts and PETA is no exception. Just look at Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, Greenpeace and the entire feminist movement. Instead of doing what the pretend to do they have turned to politics and became bullies. It’s time to free ourselves from their influence.

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