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PETA conspiracy: PETA has been set up to discredit animal rights movement

 
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PETA conspiracy: PETA has been set up to discredit animal rights movement
Ever wonder why PETA gets maximum publicity in mainstream media while serious animal right groups work in relative anonymity?

This is how the illuminati operate.

When they want to discredit any serious movement they allow wackos to take it over. These crazy lunatics get maximum publicity and become the face of that movement.

A few examples:

-crazy conspiracy theories (and theorists) to discredit real conspiracies
-loony evangelists, bible thumpers, mullahs etc to discredit religion
-extreme, militant vegans to discredit vegetarianism
-New age bullshit to discredit spirituality

[link to www.thepunch.com.au]

When the extreme animal rights group PETA complained about President Barack Obama swatting a fly, the penny finally dropped for me.

For a long time I’ve read comments from PETA and thought these people can’t be for real. Vets and sensible animal welfare organisations regularly work with my office and Department to deliver better labeling for free range eggs, or improving the safety of animals being transported.

But PETA runs a completely different set of campaigns that can only be described as bizarre. They oppose kids being allowed to keep goldfish. They oppose horse riding. And they even oppose guide dogs for the vision impaired.

It gets stranger. There’s a campaign they’ve been running for while to rename fish. PETA wants to call them “sea kittens”, arguing if fish sound cute they won’t be as tasty.

Time and again I’ve wondered what planet these people are on. But when they rushed to the defence of the hapless Obama fly it became clear that maybe there is method in this madness.

Could it be that PETA is actually funded by the other side of the argument to discredit anyone who cares about animals? It’s brilliant!

When people think about animal welfare campaigns, instead of considering sensible improvements which might make a difference, PETA shifts the focus to issues which lie somewhere between comedy and the utterly ridiculous. It’s a disaster for the sensible campaigns and moves the debate from animal welfare to outright extremism.

There was a reality TV program called The Mole, with one person pretending to help the team but actually trying to destroy it from within. It was entertaining in a reality TV sort of way, but not nearly as creative as the sabotage of animal welfare by PETA.

Think of the organisations trying to improve the quality and safety of pet food. How must they feel when the international news finally turns to animal welfare and it’s about the integrity of a dearly departed fly?

We have lots of flies in Australia. There’s a good deal of support for the Obama approach when we meet and greet them. They can also be a significant animal welfare problem for our sheep.

As a public relations campaign for a fly nirvana, I suspect this one is doomed. But as a strategy to stop any of the real animal welfare campaigns from gaining traction, it is perfect.

This leaves us with two theories. One: somewhere there is an animal-hating evil genius who provides tactical advice to PETA. Or two: they’re just really silly people.
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06/20/2009 06:17 AM
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YES THATS THE KIND OF THNG THEY DO MAKES SENSE.
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06/20/2009 06:21 AM
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Agreed.
Surprised I hadn't suspected them before - I actively look for the cabal's influence in things.
Makes me think PETA may actually be high on their agenda (difficult veil to pierce).

Here's a more extreme possible reason:

- They view humans as cattle.
- Human rights and animal rights are to some degree tied.
- When you've made people comfortable with the idea of animal abuse, human abuse becomes less shocking and you can start to acclimatize people to that.

One contradiction to this line of thinking is that PETA is too far out there. Most people don't take what they say seriously enough to want to reject the animal-rights stance.
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Re: PETA conspiracy: PETA has been set up to discredit animal rights movement
Ever wonder why PETA gets maximum publicity in mainstream media while serious animal right groups work in relative anonymity?

This is how the illuminati operate.

When they want to discredit any serious movement they allow wackos to take it over. These crazy lunatics get maximum publicity and become the face of that movement.

somewhere there is an animal-hating evil genius who provides tactical advice to PETA.
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agreed - they do more harm for animal issues than good.

I couldn't believe, in Seattle last week, they were protesting the fish tossing at Pikes Market. Oh common now PETA, the fish are dead!
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Send this to all of your PETA friends


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YES THATS THE KIND OF THNG THEY DO MAKES SENSE.
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I understand and agree that there may be a conspiracy here. But, it could be that these people really are just fruitcakes. I recall seeing an interview with an individual who wasn't representing any AR organization, she was just an independent flake. During the interview, the subject of her children came up at which time she revealed just how nutty she really was by stating that she gave just as much consideration to the life of an ant as she did to the lives of her own kids. This comment really threw me for a loop. It was then that I realized just how mentally deranged these folks really were. And those poor kids!
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[link to itsmyblognotyoursokay.tumblr.com]

My favorite quote from that page:

"Ingrid Newkirk is the A*** J**** of the animal rights movement.

Both may have the best intentions, but they come off as crazy and do more harm that good to their respective causes."

Seems logical to equate one COINTELPRO agent (Ingrid Newkirk) with another COINTELPRO agent (A*** J****). :D

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