PETA's Pet Slaughterhouse
PETA has been known to go after fast food chains calling Burger King "Murder King" and using celebrities like (surprise!) Alec Baldwin. More recently, PETA had two scantily clad women making out on Valentine's Day, proclaiming that "vegetarians make better lovers" and urging people to give up eating meat.
Perhaps the most outrageous advertising is described here:
Designed to promote PETA's anti-meat campaign, the larger-than-life billboard shows the face of a haggard young woman on one side and a pig's face on the other. Between the two is the blunt slogan: "Neither Of Us Is Meat."
Interpreted as a reference to the case of Robert Pickton, the B.C. man charged in the deaths of 15 women on his farm, the campaign has sparked condemnation from victims' families.
More recently, a similar ad was not run but the guts of the advertising give you an idea of the group's twisted morality:
However, city editor Tara Seel said the newspaper had no intention of running the ad, which uses imagery of "an innocent victim's throat" being cut, in reference to the slaughter of cows, chickens and pigs on factory farms.
"His struggles and cries are ignored ... the man with the knife shows no emotion ... the victim is slaughtered and his head cut off ... his flesh is eaten," reads the ad, which is posted on the website.
"If this ad leaves a bad taste in your mouth, please give a thought to what sensitive animals think and feel when they come to the end of their frightening journey and see, hear and smell the slaughterhouse."
In response to the outrage after this ad, PETA said (via TMZ):
While it isn't every day that a human is violently attacked and eaten by another human, it's worth noting that it is the norm for many people not to give any thought to the fact that restaurants are serving flesh that comes from innocents who were minding their own business before someone came after them with a knife.
Over 20,000 dogs and cats, the "flesh of innocents," were killed by PETA since 1998. Meanwhile, they spent millions chiding people for eating meat and chicken and fish. Just a tiny percentage of their massive budget could save thousands of "lives" and yet they hypocritically lecture others about their lifestyle.
PETA needs to clean their own slaughterhouse. They might have a little more credibility in caring for animals if they cared for, instead of killed, those they're meant to save.