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Tyson Caught Again … and Again

Written by PETA | January 16, 2008

In 2005, PETA released footage from an undercover investigation into a slaughterhouse run by KFC Supplier Tyson Foods, which showed live chickens’ heads being ripped off, among other acts of unbelievable cruelty. Two new PETA investigations of the company, which have just been released today, reveal that Tyson has done nothing to prevent the torture it inflicts on these animals—and provide gruesome examples of what KFC’s continued refusal to do anything about the cruelty that is endemic to its suppliers means for the animals used by the company. Please click here to write to KFC and Tyson Foods and demand that they follow through with PETA’s recommendations to stop this hideous abuse.

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  • Chloe says:

    I live in Arkansas the Tyson capitol of the world and when I go south to Louisiana or the Gulf Coast I see 2 Tyson slaughterhouses and lots of signs in peoples’ front yards stating that they are chicken farmers. My Uncle Tony lives so close to these places and says it always smells like burnt meat and you can hear chickens clucking so loudly. But Tyson doesn’t just do chicken they do beef and some pork too. But we do chicken and Alabama does beef and pork and chicken. I hate this! Arkansas is an agricultural state and our senators and governor nor the USDA won’t do anything about poultry cruelty. My family eats Tyson and Butterball and I’m a vegetarian and I try so hard to change their minds about what they are putting in their bodies. Chicken and turkey is cancer causing too when eaten too much or not cooked right. This all makes me sick!

  • Mat says:

    what about the plants who’s fighting for plant rights both sides are right and wrong plants have meat to and hey they even grow better when they consume it plants have also been proven to have basic intelegents and emotions so eating a plant is the same as eating a burger

  • sabrina says:

    okay wow.i dont think that the poor animals should get hurt…im vegitarian and i have been for awhile.i just can’t believe someone would do this to these animals

  • Emma L says:

    I used to love your chicken I would eat your chicken almost everyday until I read this shit. I hate what you guys do and karma’s a bitch. STOP how you guys are killing these pitiful animals or else payback is going to be a MotherfCKER.

  • Kurt K says:

    Way to take the high road!

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Michele Thankfully the people with the intelligence tend to be on the side of the animals!!

  • Michele says:

    Antigone I KNEW that post from February 23 2008 0412 PM was not written by you! It just did not sound like something you would say at all! In fact it sounded like a child going “nyah nyah!”

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Hmmmm…… Saxon I’m guessing the last post attributed to me was actually written by you. Sosince you can’t seem to figure out how to post properly I would have to make the assumption that your ability to make it through law school would be in the slimtonone range.

  • Antigone1000 says:

    I apologized for insulting your profession. I meant it. I know I could be a attorney if I chose to apply myself at that. I can do anything. I’ve been a success at everything I’ve ever attempted. That wouldn’t be any different. The fact that YOU claim to be one makes me even more confident that I could do it. Let’s face it…if YOU could do it how challenging could it be? We could match IQs if you would like to challenge me…but you would just lie so it would be pointless.

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Saxon Any black person with any sense would completely agree with my comments. As for your comments about attorneysah spoken like someone who could neither get admitted to law school nor be able to ever pass a bar. Don’t hate…

  • Kurt K says:

    Michelle and Antigone Please don’t get the idea that I don’t respect your opinions and ideas. The world would be a pretty dull place if we humans kept the same mind set through the years. And I hope you don’t think I dislike either of you. Quite the contrary I am glad to have these discussions with you. If I come off as harsh sometimes it doesn’t mean I think less of you. Whether you believe it or not I do have compassion for animals I just don’t share the same enthusiasm that you do. If you notice I never really post on many of the posts the reason is because I tend to agree with you on some issues. I don’t agree with the fur industry I don’t like the fact that the meat industry mistreats animals sometimes and I don’t agree with puppy mills. There are other issues I don’t like I just can’t name them all right now. The main reason I come on here is to speak up on the behalf of people who are really nice people who tend to get grouped in with all the bad “meateaters.” I’m not naive enough to think everybody that is on my side is the best person in the world in fact many are bad people. When somebody calls all meateaters bad people and not enlightened I think of my parents grandparents and friends who have done wonderful things for their families and friends. I think of my grandpa from who fought in WWII was captured by the Russians and worked in a lobor camp. He was starved for 16 months until he excaped ended up fly a fighter plane for thr RAF and became a war hero earning the Highest Honor bestowed by Poland. He ate meat all his life and did great things for the world and his family. These people are not “evil heartless animal killers.” They were just trying to make it in the world. When you claim these people are not enlightened as you because they eat meat it upsets me. This is why I come hear so people know that we are not as bad as you claim we are sometimes. Well that is all I have to say about that.

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Saxon Actually I’m an attorney admitted to the Bar of MA and currently applying to sit for the NV Bar in July. The comparison btw the poultry industry and slavery is very apt as both industries are based on a determination that visual appearance is somehow a greater indicator of the rights to which a being is entitled than the fact that a being has feelings can suffer and has a value that is apart from any value placed on that being by another being. Your failure to see that makes you less intelligent and less enlightened. Perhaps you should move on to another website.

  • Michele says:

    Saxon just because you haven’t seen other animal rights supporters commenting here does not mean we have “forgotten” about this investigation. I see that YOU are still focusing on it why? You clearly have too much time on your hands since you don’t respect animals nor do you respect the people trying to speak up for the voiceless. You are just a sarcastic asshole really. Antigone I have enjoyed your comments on this exchange but I would suggest that you stop responding to people like Kurt and Saxon because they have nothing to offer and they have no intention of opening their minds to learning new things and making some positive changes in their lives. Let’s move on and we’ll “see” each other on some other posts!

  • Saxon says:

    Antigone… You make me laugh. You argue like a high school freshman that hasn’t ever been on her own in the real world. Your posts are the same thing over and over again….all the rest of the world is just living in fear and we’re not as enlightened as you are. I think you’ve gone too far now that you’re equating slavery with the poultry industry. Perhaps you can get some of your PETA friends to come back on this blog and help out your cause. I know I know….this blog is over 1 month old and the rest of the country has already moved on and forgotten this little incident….but maybe you can talk them into showing up and making a statement or two. Antigone from the greek play committed suicide. Please promise me that you’ll not completely live up to your namesake. There is so much to live for…why don’t you go on a date and eat a prime rib with a couple of glasses of merlot and relax a little. Life isn’t that bad. I would go out on a date with you myself if I could but I’m happily married.

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Thank you for recognizing that a redneck and I have opposing views. I agree wholeheartedly. And no I do not think your posts illustrate your intelligence. If you were intelligent you would not waste your time on an animal rights board where you are not ever going to sway the opinion of one single animal rights person. That is like me going into a church in which I don’t believe and asking them to change their doctrine instead of finding a church I can support. NoI don’t find you intelligent at all.

  • Saxon says:

    Antigone… You’ve been reduced to common name calling. Your last post doesn’t make any sense that I can discern. I don’t mind the name calling but please try to include a thought or as close to one as you can manage so that I can respond to something. You say that my post proves that I’m a redneck. You then define redneck as someone uneducated how am I uneducated who feels the need to stress my superiority over someone you had JUST insulted me…I was responding to you. I think you described yourself with that definition. I’m willing to let this Blog collapse into simple name calling if that’s all you can come up with at this point. I’m educated I think my posts illustrate that. Do I feel the need to stress my superiority over someone? How can you even ask that and be a member of PETA? THAT’S WHAT PETA DOES. You all tell us that we’re backwards and uneducated and then pat yourself on the back for it while hurting complete strangers. I don’t think I’m superior to anyone. However it’s hard not to feel superior to you when I read this blog. By your own posts we have learned that you are of no more value than a chicken. What are we supposed to think of you? To be honest I don’t really mind being called a redneck by you. I think we can safely define a redneck as “someone with views opposite of Antigone”. I would like Kurt K and Pamplemousse join me in saying the following Yeehaw!

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Kurt K People who fear giving rights to animals in this day and age have the same mentality as those who feared giving equal rights to blacks in the time of slavery. I absolutely see people with that mindset as being less enlightenedintelligent. You don’t because you are one of them.

  • Kurt K says:

    Antigone That is like the pot calling the kettle black!

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Just goes to show that you’re a redneck. and I mean that in the sense of an uneducated person who needs to stress his superiority over someone anyone so that he can escape the reality that he just might be the lowest form of being.

  • Saxon says:

    Antigone… Let me add this too. Is a vegetarian diet better for you? I’ll concede that is some respects it is. However any studies that try to illustrate that point are probably comparing vegetarian diets to meat heavy diets with bad cuts of meat and improperly prepared. The person performing the study is probably a vegetarian. I could do a study where someone who ate turkey chicken and lean beef would be shown to be healthier. By the way are you aware of the common practices of your average produce picker in the field or perhaps the international farmers who are exporting products avocados for exampleinto this country that were fertilized with human waste? Don’t get me started on organic foods. I don’t have a problem in the world with vegetarian diets to be honest with you. If they’ve been adopted due to health concerns OR because someone can’t stand the thought of eating animals. I personally have no problem with that. Of course PETA isn’t doing all of this because they’re concerned with anyone’s health. Pamplemousse I appreciate your support and you’re very perceptive. I am mad about all of this. Going in circles here may not make any difference but it feels good to make a stand against PETA’s bullies.

  • Saxon says:

    Antigone… Either I went to far in my last post or the admin guy went to sleep…but they haven’t allowed my response. I’ll retype…the short version. You called me a “Redneck”. Contrary to popular belief the term comes from people who suffer from Pellagra more common in the “old days”. It’s a disorder that causes the skin to turn a pinkish color. It results from a lack of dietary niacin and protein. In other words “Rednecks” could benefit from eating more meat. I won’t bring up the Bible anymore. I don’t care to read you rip it in order to argue your point of view. In closing I’ll add that I don’t need to go to another board to feel like a genius. After reading your posts along with Michele Veggiegirl and Samantha Balk…I feel like a genius here.

  • Pamplemousse says:

    Antigone I don’t think you quite understand what Saxon is saying or at least you choose not to understand. I know you seem to want to be able to call him a redneck abuse his religious beliefs and blow off his point of view but that just kind of makes you sound like an butthead. Sorry but this is coming from a fairly nonbiased POV here so maybe you should stop a minute and actually see what he’s saying instead of straining it through whatever filter you normally use to justify your ideals. Saxon sounds like someone who might actually work in a poultry factory or at least in the industry. I should think he would know WAY more about how animals in such a place are treated than you do. After all he probably goes there every day to actually work rather than wave signs and judge people. It sounds like one of your guys was hired in their company and did an “expose” on the evils of the poultry industry. The problem is instead of being truthful he edited together the footage he received and made it out to be something it wasn’t. In fact because of this guy some people probably lost their jobs. That goes above and beyond being concerned for any animal’s welfare that is JUST. PLAIN. WRONG. Because someone from PETA decided that a lie would further their own agenda or at least the agenda of the group some poor schlub is now out of a job. That means he has no insurance his family may not have any income coming in and maybe just maybe it means that because someone doesn’t like to eat meat that someone’s life has been crapped on. Well BRAVO. Bravo to the brave people who think that a chicken is worth more than a man’s life and welfare. Why don’t you find out how many people lost their jobs over this stupid act and maybe do a little sign waving for them. I don’t care what you eat that is a terrible terrible terrible thing to do. As for whether or not a vegetarian diet is better for you…so what? That doesn’t mean everyone is going to become a vegetarian and therefore a stunt like this isn’t really going to make a dent in the meat eating world. In fact there are probably a few people who are going to go buy a very large bucket of chicken and enjoy it for dinner just to spit in PETA’s eye. I know nonvegetarians who watch things like this on TV while eating a hamburger so it’s practically pointless. Also if you are at all familliar with the bible the part of it that tells people what to eat is not really worded in a way to be interpreted wrongly. It pretty much flat out states that whatever you eat is fine by God. That also means whatever you don’t eat is fine by God. So you know if this guy is Christian and the Bible is his ultimate authority then I’m pretty sure he has the right to follow what it says. Even if you don’t like it or agree. My whole point is Saxon isn’t ignorant or pig headed he’s mad. Mad because a lie and yes I think most people could see what happened as a lie cost someone their lively hood. Maybe that great PETA “investigative reporter” could go along after those people who lost their jobs and set their houses on fire too. That sounds about his speed afterall. Honestly I think it would be more productive if PETA chose less destructive ways to get their points across.

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Saxon Being an omnivore means you CAN eat meat but you are not required to and studies have shown that a vegetarian diet is better for humans. The ability to eat meat is most likely a leftover feature from our less evolved days. FYIThe Bible is NOT the ultimate authority on anything to some the Koran is for example and the Bible is always interpreted favorably to the desires of the person interpreting it. Don’t forget the Bible was once used to justify slavery. SoI am not uncomfortable with talking about God just bothered by people using His name to justify their unjust behavior. If you feel PETA is so insignificant why are you concerned enough to continue posting? Move on to a redneck board or something like that where people share your antiquated views and you can look like a genius.

  • Saxon says:

    Antigone1000… I would argue that the Dalai Lama and Ghandi arewere free to make their own decisions. However if they were to use the Bible as the ultimate authority within the context of this debate….then they would be forced to agree with my post. I’m invoking the name of GOD BECAUSE you keep suggesting that we have no “right” to eat animals. I say that we have a right. I also said that we were obligated to treat them with respect. To be honest part of the reason I brought up GOD was to stir things up. I have a feeling a lot of PETA people fall into the far left view of things…talking about GOD in real terms tends to make those people uncomfortable. I DO believe that animals and humans fit in together in this ecosystem just like you do hey…we agree on something. You should be aware of course that animals in the wild rip each other from limb to limb…they eat each other to survive. Sometimes animals eat people. I wonder why your perfect view of the world doesn’t seem to register the obvious flaws in your belief system? Look at the way animals in the wild behave and tell me that we aren’t allowed to eat them. They eat each other. By the way you seem to have admited that we were made Omnivores. That means that we were made to eat both veggies and meat. Did that statement you just get your “PETA” card revoked?? Thanks Kurt K. It’s not really fair..these people are so far off the mainstream. They need to grow up. They aren’t going to change anything….other than the fact that the coward informant probably cost some people their jobs because they urinated in the corner of a live room that was already covered in fecal feathers and DOA birds. Sterile urine in that room didn’t hurt anything. Heck those rooms are practically OUTSIDE for goodness sake. The idiot says “who knows where the urine ended up”. It surely ended up in a waste water facility. What a moron!

  • Kurt K says:

    Here here Saxon! That is what I have been trying to say in some of my past posts. I think you said it the way I was trying. Well done!

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Saxon I do not understand why people like you feel you need to choose btw humans and animals instead of understanding that we all work together in this ecosystem. And I really hate when you try to justify your atrocious treatment of animals by invoking God’s name. There are many people who know much more about God than you ever will Dalai Lama Gandhi who understand that God does not sanction what we do to animals. If God intended for us to eat them he would have made us carnivores instead of omnivores. We would not be able to live without animal products in that case. Stop asserting your “right” to mistreat animals as some kind of badge of honor bestowed upon you by God.

  • Saxon says:

    Antigone1000.. I think I’m enlightened by your response. I see that it’s impossible to discuss things with you. There is NO common ground between us. I don’t have a problem with people eating animals and you put the value of a chicken on the same plane as a human. In your mind my standpoint doesn’t come from a realistic understanding of the world and our eating habits…but rather comes from the fact that I’m “insecure”. You are confident whereas I feel the need to assert my superiority over a chicken. Next you’ll probably tell me that I want to kill and eat animals to compensate for my penis. Look everything I’ve said on this blog is the truth. You don’t have to like it but it’s the truth. I know it isn’t what you want to hear but it’s the truth. I don’t hate chickens. Take my word for it…I’m qualified to talk about the Poultry industry. I’m not blindly debating you people….I’m describing the situation with great accuracy. The death is quick and painless. Millions of people eat healthy protein because of the poultry industry. We were given charge over animals by GOD. We’re obligated to treat them with respect but we have every right to eat. You say that you can see “the inherent value in each and every being on this planet”. If that’s all the PETA stood for I wouldn’t be here right now. PETA hurts people. Do you know that? You enforce your views on real people with real lives. You hurt people and it’s all driven with the engine of your ignorance about the very animals you want to protect. Companies like Tyson and Pilgrim’s Pride employ thousands of people…give them jobs and insurance and careers…and Christmas presents for their children. You people sit so high and mighty you can’t even see the people involved in all this. I’m proud to say that we have nothing in common.

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Saxon Are you so insecure that you need to assert your superiority to a chicken???? I don’t understand your attitude because I am secure enough to realize that I do not lose anything by acknowledging the inherent value in each and every being on this planet I guess because I am intelligent and ambitious enough to realize I will never lose my job to a chicken. You seem to lack that confidence.

  • Saxon says:

    By the way Antigone1000 Do I have the right to kill animals so that people can eat? Uhh….yeah I do. Unlike you I don’t put the value of chickens over people. You are in the VAST minority by the way. You say you saw baby chicks screaming for their lives? That’s just stupid. They would be peeping no matter where they were at that point. These animals are to put it bluntly not very aware of anything. Turkeys drown when it rains because they look up to see what just poked them in the head. Chickens will stand there while other chickens are killed. I don’t even think they fear too much either. They may run but they have no clue what’s going on. They run because of instinct. You people really need to get ahold of yourselves. You shouldn’t let yourself be so hurt by all this. Things really aren’t that bad. The animals are unaware and their death is quick and painless in almost all instances. Unaware stunned and quick death. We should all be that lucky when our time comes.

  • Saxon says:

    I didn’t say these animals don’t feel pain. However they woudn’t even be alive if the companies didn’t have them bred hatched fed and raised. Also…the companies have extensive animal welfare programs and the birds are stunned before slaughter. This coward informant like in most industries was trained to report animal abuses to his Supervisor. It’s obvious he didn’t do it. He double crossed his employer by not reporting them. Of course most of his claims are bogus and will be laughed at by the meat industry. Any animal abuses are made by sick people AND NOT condoned by Tyson Pilgrim’s Pride or any other poultry company. Sadly for you all this is America and Americans will eat fried chicken..or baked chicken…or grilled chicken. I want you all to try and understand something that you just don’t get I think. Unlike other industries the poultry business is driven by VOLUME. They aren’t going to grow and slaughter less chicekns no matter how many of you decide to “go vegetarian”. You aren’t changing anything with all your efforts aside from the fact this investigator probably cost that poor old man his job by editing him. The informant is a deceitful liar.

  • Kurt K says:

    Michele “Veggiegirl you are one of the good people who made changes in their lives after witnessing the horrors of the slaughterhouse.” Does eating meat make me a bad person?

  • Michele says:

    I would rather starve to death than ever eat meat again. Veggiegirl you are one of the good people who made changes in their lives after witnessing the horrors of the slaughterhouse. I have never personally seen one though the video footage I have seen over the past couple of years and the book “Slaughterhouse” give me a pretty good idea of what goes on. After seeingreading all of that I still cannot believe that there are so many people who are willing to kill animals in such a manner. I would be curious to know how many slaughterhouse workers andor inspectors suffer from PostTraumatic Stress Disorder…

  • Veggiegirl says:

    I personally worked for Tyson Corporate Headquarters for 2 years and officially became a vegan after witnessing first hand what is put in the grain for these animals. Seeing millions of baby chicks at the hatchery crammed into tiny cratesscreaming for their lives. I’m sorry if people think “it’s just a chicken” They feel too you idiots! Then I got a fun little tour to the slaughterhouses and have never witnessed such horror. I cannot as a compassionate person who loves life eat another living being unless I was starving. It’s not necessary and Tyson is a greedy disgusting company that does what is meant to dofeed the fat obese meat loving mad cow lickin selfish people of the world. Get a brain and be conscious of your choices people. Go VEG

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Saxon He SHOULD be proudhe does great work!

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Saxon First of all there is nothing humane about factory farming. Second of all eating animals and animal products is not as healthy for humans as is being vegan. Finallywhat right do you or does anyone else have to raise other beings so that you can kill them? Every being has the right to live hisher own life in peace and that includes nonhuman beings. Humans are only part of this world not the reason for its existence as we like to think.

  • Antigone1000 says:

    Saxon Soif an animal is raised for food he no longer feels any pain?

  • Saxon says:

    You people destroy what credibility you have when you edit footage and use it to hurt people. I’m not talking about Tyson or KFC I’m talking about the good people who work there. I know that these poultry companies have extensive animal welfare programs in place….but you don’t care about them. There are reasons that explain everything in that clip but your agenda doesn’t permit explanations. If a sick person does something cruel that’s not a company directive to be cruel. Your informant probably got that idiot say all that about torturing birds which isn’t proof that it happened. Why didn’t he get video evidence of all the things that person said he did? He has nothing. He shows workers using knives to kill chickens did anybody not know that happened? and then says that those are only the abuses he managed to catch on tape. Hmmmm….sorry bud you’re going to have to do better than that. People urinating in the room with the live chickens is like a cowboy using the bathroom in a herd of cows and suggesting it’s not safe to eat hamburger. You people are clueless to reality. It’s not your fault really you simply aren’t qualified to make the statements you make. You don’t care about facts because you have an agenda. You’re trying to achieve something that will NEVER HAPPEN. The meat industry isn’t going anywhere. Your informant is an elitist liar. It’s cute that he has his voice altered to protect his identity. Doesn’t he realize that people know who he is? His friends and family knows who he is and surely Tyson knows who he is. He’s not some ground breaking journalist. He’s just a pawn paid off by the veggiepimps. I don’t support cruelty. I love animals. But there is a difference between torturing innocent animals and humanely harvesting animals that YOU RAISED FOR FOOD! Your “investigator” could do MORE good if he remained at the facility and simply tried to be a good worker and done his job correctly. He’s obviously not THAT commited to preventing animal cruelty is he? He would rather try to get poor immigrant workers fired from their jobs. Big man indeed. I’m sure he’s proud.

  • rojo says:

    hey asskick Don’t do much in depth thinking do you? read the context only someone like you would miss the subtleties of it all.

  • Caboose says:

    Ana And animal liberation?

  • Anonymous says:

    kickass says rojo yeah you got it!!!! yeah that’s our goals!! you catch on too quick!!! us animal libbers want animals to go on welfare have low cost housing food stamps too!!!! listen up bud!!! animal welfare for a better caged life and oxymoron humane slaughter is whimpy bullshit!!!! animal lib no cages. no experimenting. no killing for fur. no circuses with animals. no slaughterhouses. no poaching. no canned hunts. no eating dead animals like a flock of circling vultures. no killing. period!!!!! animal libbers fearless!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! animal welfare who gives a shit as long as animals are treated good along the way….. animal welfarers only gutless whimps need apply!!! kickass royal flush beats all of rojos strikeouts!!!!!!

  • rojo says:

    yes ana but why do you want no cages? I think that your perception of animal rights is for the animals to skip merrily through the tulips but you feel that that somehow this is “animal rights” and not welfare related. You are not thinking of why you WANT animal rights in the first place it all boils down to welfare. If it weren’t for the cases of abuse that do exist what reason would Peta have for it’s existence?

  • Ana says:

    animal welfarelarger cages animal rights no cages

  • rojo says:

    kickass said “peta’s site is for animal rights folks who don’t give a rats ass about animal welfare!!! ” So why are they doing what they do? So the animals get free education? Opportunity to vote? Low cost housing? What is petaor any liberation group for if not to provide a better life for animals? If you contemplate it for a moment you might realise that it all boils down to welfare. strike 2.

  • Michele says:

    Okay Freddy you are wrong. You clearly only see things on a superficial level and do not understand that the hate and anger you describe is basically intense passion from people who are continually horrified as to what the human race has done and continues to do to its fellow earthlings. They are venting in an appropriate forum because they get frustrated when they see situations like this with KFC and Tyson continuing their unbelievably disgusting practices of DELIBERATELY hiding what REALLY goes on behind closed doors despite the mounting evidence against them. They are frustrated when people like you simply say “oh well that’s the way things have always been” and “oh well they’re just chickens” etc etc. They are frustrated when people turn a blind eye to animal abuse. They are frustrated when people who are presented with REAL video evidence conveniently say “oh well it must have been edited to look that way” or “that’s old footage things aren’t like that anymore”. They are frustrated when people outright ignore scientific evidence about animal intelligence and emotions. They are frustrated when people throw out the old religion card saying that it’s okay because “Jesus ate fish” etc. Since when do we condone behaviour solely based on what someone said was okay thousands of years ago anyway???? The bottom line is humans who continue to use animals for food entertainment testing and clothing are speciesists. Oh and our goal in life is to end animal abuse period whether it inconveniences people or not. And if you have not figured out all of this after reading PETA’s blogs maybe you are basing your comments on this particular topic and have not actually taken the time to read through the thousands of comments over the past year or so then you will never figure it out.

  • Animal Rights? says:

    Perhaps you should draw up a bill of rights for the darling animals! Then get a thousand signatures from the ones you seek to protect. Because they know what the hell is going on and probably want you guys to stand up for them. Why don’t we work for world peace first! Then the animals will have their day!

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