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The worst Peta ads ever

by | 21st, February 2013

PETA gets saucy dumb animals to strip off and tell punters that they’d rather go naked than wear fur. Good for them. And us. Peta also sees opportunity in human suffering. They flew a  banner over Mobile, Alabama during the BP oil spill disaster. When, Jacqueline Fleming and her newborn son died of Swine flu in 2009, PETA erected a “MEAT KILLS” poster by the Glasgow hospital where the Fleming had been a patient. In 2008, a man was murdered on a Canadian bus. His killer then ate parts of him. Peta wanted to post an advert in Manitoba’s Portage Daily Graphic to “make people rethink the proposition that it is, rightly so, a criminal act to kill and eat our own kind but that it’s ‘OK’ to kill every other species but our own and eat them.”  Sheesh! About those ethics…

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