Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Play this game on peta2.com.
Kids, your mama is a murderer. Play this game from Peta and see for yourself!
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) is an organization whose stated purpose is to prevent animal cruelty. The more I read about them, the less I like them.
Peta has a number of disturbing programs that target children. Cute cartoons tell children to break away from their families in much the same way as religious cults do. If a religious cult came into your school telling your kids that it is a sin to eat pork, how would you react?
Peta provides children with educational leaflets and comic books. The stated intent of Peta is to have children Question Reality. A likely result is to create a generation of 8-10 year olds with serious nutritional deficiencies. A vegan diet is absolutely an option for humans, but there are a few nutrients that we get mostly or exclusively from meat, dairy and eggs. If your kid has been taken in by Peta's massive marketing machine, PLEASE make sure they're getting adequate nutrition. Raising Vegetarian Children : A Guide to Good Health and Family Harmony is a great resource for parents. The two most significant deficiencies of a vegan diet are B12 and Omega-3 EFAs. Calcium and vitamin D3 can be a problem too.
Here are a few comics with disturbing messages.
What’s wrong with dairy? Milk: It’s unnatural.
Your mommy kills animals! But there are terrible people who cause our furry friends to die that way every day. And guess what? One of those terrible people is your mommy.
Your Daddy Kills Animals Until your daddy learns that it’s not “fun” to kill, keep your doggies and kitties away from him. He’s so hooked on killing defenseless animals that they could be next!
And for the couch potatoes, a movie.
Peta uses multiple web domain names. There are a number of reasons for doing this. The first reason is to create the impression of a large interlinked community. These interlinks improve Peta's Google rank. Here is a partial list:
This article is a work in progress.