i'm swearing off KFC, really ... but I'm never going vegan

I'm swearing off KFC, really..well for now anyways. Why? I'm going to let Pamela Anderson tell you (she works for PETA , as a spokesperson):

Doesn't that put you off KFC for awhile?

Shit! Why the fuck did PETA have to do this? Why did they get Pamela Anderson to do the PSA knowing fully well that most guys who Googled for "Pamela Anderson" and "video" meant to look for the honeymoon porno not this depressing video? Why can't they let me be an ignorant bastard like everyone and enjoy the finger-lickin goodness that is KFC?

I don't want to know that my chicken has no beak.
I don't want to know that my chicken's leg was broken because it was cooped in the same chicken coop as like thousands of chicken.
I don't want to know that my chicken is so fat that it can't really stand properly.
I don't want to know that my chickens are stompt to death by sadistic chicken handlers.
I don't want to know that when they boil my chicken, some of them chickens are still alive.


Thank god, I had a moment of clarity and decided not to surf the PETA sponsored site anymore. I just can't bear the thought of seeing other forms of animal cruelty. I love my meat too much to stop eating. I would die.

I have nothing against PETA but I've noticed that they have become sort of like a celebrity cult, kinda like Scientology. I guess we need to understand what's the definition of a cult.

According to Michael Langone, a cult is define as:

Cults are groups that often exploit members psychologically and/or financially, typically by making members comply with leadership's demands through certain types of psychological manipulation, popularly called mind control, and through the inculcation of deep-seated anxious dependency on the group and its leaders."

Shit, I've never seen more devoted people. If these people are into vegan, they are in it for life. They are so devoted to the idea of vegan-ism that by holding a piece of prime rib eye steak in front of them poses no effect at all.


According to Louis Jolyon West, a cult is can also be defined as:

"A cult is a group or movement exhibiting a great or excessive devotion or dedication to some person, idea or thing and employing unethically manipulative techniques of persuasion and control (e.g. isolation from former friends and family, debilitation, use of special methods to heighten suggestibility and subservience, powerful group pressures, information management, suspension of individuality or critical judgment, promotion of total dependency on the group and fear of [consequences of] leaving it, etc) designed to advance the goals of the group's leaders to the actual or possible detriment of members, their families, or the community."

Well they don't stay in a vegan compound, that doesn't really fit the David Koresh definition of the cult-I think they don't, I didn't Google it up, yet-but these PETA advocates are definitely hardcore.

These PETA followers are people who are willing to "sacrifice" their money (in 2005, PETA recorded a $25 million in donations), and body (just Google for the following "Running of the Nudes, I'd Rather Go Naked than Wear Fur, Lettuce Ladies) just for the sake of sustaining this cult.

Their membership grows everyday. They've got 1.8 million devotees in their cult right now. How the fuck did they do it? Pretty fucking smart move on their end, actually. They rope in all the celebrities and brainwash them into the whole vegetarianism movement, their so-called cause. And of course, being a star-obsessed society that we are, we'd subconsciously get absorbed into this fucking vegetarianism thing before we can even realize what happened. Look at me, I never meant to watch that stupid KFC video. I never would have watched it if it weren't for Pammy. If they continue to grow at this proportion, probably, the next thing I know, McDonalds will be serving a tofu-based Big Mac and I'd be happily queuing for it!

Double fuck!

I found the following quote in their website:

"PETA believes that ... like you ... [animals] are capable of suffering and have an interest in leading their own lives; therefore, they are not ours to use — for food, clothing, entertainment, experimentation, or any other reason. — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals"

Let's break this quote up shall we?

"PETA believes that ... like you ... [animals] are capable of suffering and have an interest in leading their own lives;"

And the chicken quoted: You are stopping me from fulfilling my destiny as an employee of KFC. Stop rescuing me! Stop liberating me from my chicken coop and chucking me into the fucking wild. Now, I'd have to worry about getting eaten by eagles, and wolves every fucking night, because I'm so fat and helpless (no beak and broken leg) now, I'd stand no chance against predators. And I'd have to hunt for my fucking food, and worms..eeew! Leave me in the coop, I wanna get fat and die like a normal genetically enhanced fat chicken.

therefore, they are not ours to use — for food,clothing, ..

If they are not eating animals, which mean, they are either eating air or some form of vegetation. Well, you can't eat air..so they have to be eating vegetation right? I'm going to say out loud now that ..FUCK PETA. The whole reasoning behind their conscious decision of abstaining from animal meat is that they are saying that animals have feelings.

Don't plants deserve the same treatment? Don't plants feel? Research has shown they do feel (check this article from Gardenseeker.com titled Do Plants Have Feelings? Sense of Feel). If you cut a rubber tree, don't you see some white colored discharge coming from the bark? If that not blood? This guy, Dennis Domrzalski wrote a pretty interesting argument in his article titled "Carrots Have Feelings Too", criticizing these so-called vegetarians, associating them to the likes of Hitler himself.

If we are choosing who to kill and who to spare, aren't we practicing some sort of selective speciesism? We all know that humans are on the top of the natural food chain, but who decides that animals rank higher than plants? There is no religious documentation out there that suggests that animals should be treated differently than vegetation. In Christianity (Genesis, 1:26), GOD said: "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth." . Since I'm not a Christian, I would have to assume that GOD meant, in layman terms, man's the boss. Everything else is "food", or as a tool of sustenance.

So enough with the food, what about clothing. If the PETA folks really adamant against using animals for clothing, so that the clothes that they wear better be made of plants, more specifically made of either hemp, jute, or cotton. When I say "all", I meant, from their "high and mighty" hippy headband to the shoes on their feet. I mean, if they are caught wearing some sort of animal hide on their bodies, doesn't that mean they don't practice what they preach?

Let' start with most profilic PETA activist of all, Pamela Anderson (I chose her because she gets more hits that most celebrities out there).

Those boots don't look like cotton or hemp to me. Could those be made from LEATHER? Hmmm. I wonder. (In case you are still wondering, look up Ugg boots)

What about their other celebrity spokesperson, the very hot Christy Turlington.

That pair of leather boots doesn't look like its made out of PVC to me.

Check out HappyCow.net for other list of hypocrites. Google them. I'm pretty fucking sure that they are wearing a pair of leather shoe. Manolo Blahnik doesn't make canvas pumps. Jimmy Choo doesn't make stilettos out of jute. Gucci doesn't make cotton loafers. So, what the fuck are these people wearing on their feet? They better be fucking wearing a pair of classic Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star sneakers or a pair of rubber thongs with with Vera Wang gown.

And then, there is,
... entertainment, experimentation, or any other reason.

Tell me you don't get a kick of out seeing monkey throw feces at each other. Admit to me that you don't crack a smile when you see monkeys act out scenes from classic movies in Monkey Cinema. I dare you not to snicker at this classic "monkey scratches butt, sniffs finger and then falls off tree" video:

If you object to animal experimentation, should I inject you, the high and mighty human, with the fucking Ebola virus, while we work on a cure? I'd like to know what country in the world sanctions experimentation on human beings? Are we that fucking naive that we believe that paperwork theoretical experimentations can replace practical fieldwork science? If it weren't for the animals that we killed during our trial-and-error phase to perfect our space technology, we'd probably be still thinking about going to space, instead of thinking of how to stay in space.

The final phrase in the quote "or any other reason", I assume one of it, has to be for sex. I too draw the line at bestiality. That shit is sick! I'm definitely with PETA on this. Fucking farm animals, especially chicken is just sick. But again, there are no rules against humping tree stumps. Go crazy!

Finally, PETA has always been the forefront about being animal activists right? They love the fucking animals right? Check out this article from The Center for Consumer Freedom dated April 23, 2007:

PETA Hides Hypocrisy By Flouting The Law

It looks like the animal-rights zealots at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have caught on to the serious reputational damage that their well-documented history of killing animals by the thousands has caused. PETA's apparent (and unsurprisingly conniving) attempt at damage control? Stop telling people how many animals they've killed.

Unfortunately for PETA, Virginia's Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) requires every "humane society" in the state (including PETA) to file an "Animal Record" report each year, specifying the number of animals it cared for and the number it killed. VDACS figures from previous years show that PETA has killed over 14,400 dogs and cats, racking up a four-figure body count -- and a 90 percent kill rate -- in 2005 alone. But PETA's report for 2006, due on March 31, is still missing in action.

We have good reason to believe PETA's pet death-toll didn't dip in 2006. In sworn testimony during the January 2007 animal-cruelty trial of two PETA employees, a PETA manager acknowledged that her organization still sends out staffers to collect and kill pets from local animal shelters, and that PETA is contracting with a Norfolk-area crematorium to dispose of dead bodies by the ton.

As we're telling the press today, PETA's celebrity supporters should take notice of the group's hopeless hypocrisy. That includes Alec Baldwin -- who, given the nauseating anthropomorphism of his friends at PETA, might have been paying his young daughter a compliment when he recently called her a "little pig."

So PETA, what do you have to say now?

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At Nov 2, 2007, 11:14:00 AM, Blogger The All Seeing Eye said...

In my humble opinion, PETA is a group of "whack jobs."  

At Nov 5, 2007, 10:07:00 AM, Blogger mellowed blues said...

Haha, no need to be humble. They are a bunch of whack jobs!  

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