It’s actually hard to believe that someone’s moral compass could be so screwed up that they have it in them to found a group like PETA.
In case you haven’t already heard, PETA stands for “People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals” so basically they’re a charity, they claim to be against the poor treatment of house hold animals, but actually they are against the existence of household animals. PETA collects up pets such as dogs and butchers them on an industrial scale. They actually admit to having a 90% euthinisation rate for the animals they take into their “care”.
This statistic is obviously not boasted about on their website so, due to the fact they can afford to hold large scale advertising campaigns, they attract donations away from actual charities that do actual charity work. In fact, two PETA employees were recently caught disposing of the corpses of dogs into commercial litterbins. PETA denied any involvement.
But because the structure of the PETA organisation is balanced on such a screwed up policy, they need to find non-relevant ways of getting them selves heard. One recent way they’ve done this is by attacking Nintendo and accusing them of promoting animal cruelty!? They are a nation-wide slaughterhouse!! Anyway, they firstly attacked the Mario franchise saying that Mario powering up and wearing his little squirrel suit promoted wearing fur, they then moved on to the Pokemon franchise, and actually created a short game, illegally using Nintendo characters in an attempt to degrade them.
The Nazis actually weren’t always a fascist political party, they started off as a small group of people who went on protests and got in minor trouble with the law, they succeeded because people knew they were there, they succeeded because people listened to them. Let’s not repeat history, ignore PETA and it will wither and die.
Sorry to sound so miserable everyone but I just think it's outrageous.
for letting me know about this in the first place, living in the UK is like living in a Cave if you're trying to get the news.