I should point out that we need to push for animal welfare. Animal rights is a false dichotomy. Animal rights is not about elevating animals to the level of humanity. It’s about lowering human standards to the level of animals. The animal rights activists know they will never abolish factory farms or “cage free” farms or “free range” farms, so they have been forced to reveal the true agenda of the animal rights movement, and that is the forced depopulation of humans. “Animal rights” has never truly been “pro-animal.” It’s always been “anti-human.” Why do you think the Nazi-like PETA murders healthy dogs and cats at their neo-Auschwitz operation in Norfolk, Virginia? It’s to condition people into accepting mass genocide as normal so that when either America turns into a police state or the whole world turns into a globalist police state, the citizens of America or the citizens of the world will accept the coming mass genocide of “undesirable” humans – humans who refuse to play along with the establishment – as “normal.”
So with that being said, let me explain why I believe animal rights activists are useful idiots for Big Ag:
- PETA puts out a “feel-good” message of “compassion for animals” to play on your emotions so you will send them money. It’s just like Alex Jones fear mongering about anything and almost everything so that you will send him money – by buying PrisonPlanet.TV subscriptions or buying merchandise and videos from his InfoWars Store – to fund his so-called “infowar” which doesn’t offer any real solutions. I personally see no difference between Ingrid Newkirk and Alex Jones. PETA and Alex Jones are nothing but psy-ops. They are emotional predators, meaning that they prey on your emotions so they can sucker you in to funding their operations which offer no real change or solutions.
- One of the tactics that PETA uses to discredit legitimate animal welfare organizations – such as the Humane Society of the United States – is to engage in ridiculous stunts (including faux “naked” protests while wearing leather), create offensive campaigns (including the “Holocaust on Your Plate” and “Save the Whales” billboards), and sexually exploit women (the aforementioned faux “naked” protests). These tactics have turned more people away from animal welfarism than towards.
- When an animal welfare issue makes national news on the mainstream media, most of the news networks feature PETA – and only PETA – as the official spokespeople of animal welfare, knowing that PETA’s ridiculous stunts, offensive campaigns, and sexual exploitation of women helps the establishment to discredit any legitimate reason to believe in or get involved in animal welfare issues. (Once in a blue moon, the Humane Society of the United States will get to be the spokespeople in national news stories. Considering the fact that HSUS and Wayne Pacelle don’t engage in ridiculous stunts or offensive campaigns or sexually exploit women, HSUS actually brings credibility to animal welfare issues.)
- PETA allows paid Monsanto trolls to post pro-GMO propaganda on their YouTube videos, and they have blocked people who attack the paid Monsanto trolls. That alone should make you question who PETA actually works for.
- PETA will send its paid trolls to attack anybody who questions PETA’s tactics as “industry shills.” Most government shills, intellectual cowards, and fake liberal organizations like PETA use the terms “industry shill,” “conspiracy theory,” or “conspiracy theorist” to shut down any rational debate and discredit criticism of the powerful in government or business.
- PETA and other like-minded “abolitionist” animal rights activists such as “Mercy For Animals” openly equate family farms with factory farms. In other words, according to PETA and Mercy For Animals, Joel Salatin and Polyface Farm is as big a threat to animals as Cargill and Tyson Foods. In actuality, Joel Salatin and Polyface Farm is a threat to the Big Ag establishment such as Tyson Foods, Perdue Farms, and Cargill. PETA, Mercy For Animals, and Big Ag are united in their hatred of the family farms.
- PETA buys stock in companies such as Tyson Foods and fast food corporations under the false premise that they will use their shareholder status to bring animal welfare resolutions to shareholder meetings. The truth is, PETA doesn’t hold enough shareholder clout to bring any real change to these Big Ag corporations, and they know it. And by owning stock in these corporations, when the stock prices of these animal-abusing corporations goes up, PETA makes money. Yes, PETA actually has the ability to profit from the wholescale slaughter of animals by corporations such as Tyson Foods.
- According to the book A Tiger Among the Jungle, PETA and the Animal Liberation Front had some level of CIA protection, and a ghostwriter employed by the CIA wrote one of Ingrid Newkirk’s books.
Now you know the truth about PETA. They don’t work for the animals. They work for Big Ag.