PETA, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, is one of the quintessential laughing stocks of the global society, and their latest stunt is cementing that infamy.
The group, who are known for saving an extremely meager percentage of the animals that they take in while euthanizing the rest, have staged bizarre protests in the name of animal rights for decades. While animal cruelty is certainly no laughing matter, PETA’s publicity stunts are absolutely some of the most unbelievable nonsense ever to fall under the umbrella term of “activism”.
Usually, PETA’s concerns lie strictly within the realm of animal rights. The more militant of the terror-backing members believe not only in absurd vegan lifestyles and the outlawing of wearable furs, but they have been widely advocating for the abolishment of pets as they believe it is an exploitation of aninmals.
Now, the uber-leftist, nonsensical leadership of the downright absurd organization is embarking onto a journey of fighting subliminal racism, something that no one was asking for.
“PETA’s shenanigans vary from the absurd to the downright offensive. From likening rape survivors to pigs and cows, to calling Pokémon a form of animal cruelty, PETA’s efforts to ‘save the animals’ always make the headlines—and with good reason: they’re completely absurd.
“’Did you know that milk has long been a symbol used by white supremacists?’
“It’s an alternative fact accompanied by an equally ludicrous video, which they published on social media. They call milk the neo-Nazi drink of choice, stating that it has ‘long been’ a symbol used by white supremacist groups as a ‘thinly veiled allegory for racial purity.’”
PETA’s forays into politics have been essential reading material for leftist lunatics since their inception, and this latest crusade against milk is no exception. Likening milk, the most standard drink on the planet next to water, to racism and neo-Nazism is insane on its face. Once you dig deeper, however, PETA’s unfathomable retrograding of socially acceptable behavior and scientific fact becomes dangerous.
One of PETA’s largest controversies came as they began a campaign to demonize medical testing on rats and the like. While this sort of necessary trial has save countless lives, PETA insists that the practice must be stopped…even though a former PETA director of rescue and research Mary Beth Sweetland is a diabetic whose medicine is derived solely from animal testing.
Luckily for us, PETA’s insanity is being documented in unprecedented ways as of late, with public opinion of the organization tanking to unseen levels.
Next on PETA’s agenda: Outlawing the use of water so that fish can have it all.