Written by PETA
Whether you believe in karma or payback, in 2010 we saw that for every action there is a reaction. We've rounded up the top six "Payback Is Hell" stories of 2010. It's safe to say that animals are just as tired of cruelty to animals as we are.
Written by Mirisa Roy
Ditto below - I think the countdown posting is a little immature. Curelty to animals extenda to all animals - including humans who are animals too - therefore last posting about the bible is a bit curious..made me think beam me up scotty...
the animals killed for food are not killed humanely justanotherone. they are kept in cramped confined filthy cages and never get to experience the outdoors. they are beaten and some of them are sexually abused. doesn't sound very humane to me.
when I was about a year old we moved to Spain. My Dad was in the Air Force and my younger brother and sister were both born there. We went to bull fights. I'm thankful that mostly all I remember from them is the parade that came before hand. I do remember other bits and pieces but thankfully nothing too gory.
It's such a shame that people think that this is a sport. it is a terrible thing to inflict on any living being. People need to find something better and more humane to do with their time.
I don't think condoning violence of any kind is right though. not to humans and not to animals. this world sees way too much violence as it is.
I understand these animals lashing out and trying to defend themselves. I don't blame them but I also don't cheer at the deaths of people.
Even though I applaud animals standing up for themselves,I hate hearing people that support a cruelty free lifestyle celebrate the maiming and death of people who didn't expect the animals to retaliate.It makes people who support this organization look like they could care less about there fellow human beings.I think that people who support PETA should celebrate the people who have learned from their mistakes and go around helping animals to show that they have decided to live cruelty free lives
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