PETA Asia-Pacific’s Biohazard Team to the Rescue

Published by PETA.

The swine flu epidemic has hit Asia—and so has PETA Asia-Pacific’s intrepid team of biohazard-suited protesters. They gathered outside the U.S. Embassy in Manila to point out the fact that factory farms are breeding grounds for deadly diseases such as swine flu and avian flu.

 

Thanks for the guard detail, boys! We’ll take it from here.
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[Heavy breathing] “Luke, I am your father. Stop eating meat, Luke.”
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Want to help prevent another swine flu outbreak? Click here to send a message to your Congressional representatives. Oh, and don’t forget to go vegetarian.

Written by Lianne Turner

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