More proof of #PETA spewing anti-#milk #propaganda on behalf of #BigAlcohol. #Alcoholism

Comment: Notice how PETA has closed commenting on both blog posts. You are not allowed to criticize PETA in any way on their sites. If you do, you get blocked.

You are not allowed to post videos on YouTube exposing PETA as a false-flag operation run by the federal government and the international intelligence agencies (CIA, Mossad, etc.). If you do, you get your videos removed and your entire Google account banned.

You are not allowed to criticize PETA and expose them as a false-flag operation on your own blog. If you do, they sic Homeland Security on you.

So if you’re against PETA being paid by Big Alcohol to spew pro-beer/anti-milk propaganda, then you are an evil speciesist who has to be censored and surveilled.

Is Beer Healthier Than Milk?

Written by PETA | September 7, 2016

Following news that the University of Wisconsin–Madison has been ranked the nation’s top party school, PETA is negotiating with outdoor advertisers to display an ad on bus stops near the campus noting that a side-by-side comparison shows that beer, not milk, protects bone and heart health. The ad reads, “Got Beer? It’s Official: Beer Is Better for You Than Milk”—and cites scientific studies that make the case.

"Got Beer?" ad

“The verdict is in, and even beer beats milk hands down,” says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. “Alcohol in moderation can be good for you, but there’s no way to consume dairy foods responsibly when they harm our health and cause billions of cows to suffer.”

Consumption of dairy foods has been linked to serious health problems, including heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and cancer —as well as to conditions such as acne, excess mucus, and symptoms of lactose intolerance, such as flatulence. There is even evidence that dairy foods cause osteoporosis—rather than preventing it—by depleting bone mass.

Beer, on the other hand, has been shown to help keep bones from going brittle, among other health benefits. According to Harvard Medical School, more than 100 prospective studies show that moderate alcohol consumption can lower the risk of heart attack, strokes caused by clotting, and death from all cardiovascular causes. In addition, moderate drinking may help prevent gallstones and type 2 diabetes.

In addition to damaging our health, dairy-food consumption contributes to animal suffering on a massive scale. Calves are typically torn away from their mothers within a day of birth, which causes them both extreme distress. Mother cows can be heard calling for their calves for days. Male calves are confined to cramped veal crates or barren feedlots, where they are fattened for slaughter, and females are sentenced to the same sad fate as their mothers.

Got Beer?

Written by PETA | August 12, 2009

Years later, studies are still proving what the masterminds behind PETA’s “Got Beer?” campaign knew all along: Beer is better than milk.

While that pus-filled glass of milk actually depletes your bone mass, a new study shows that beer just might be the key to keeping your bones from going brittle.

So crack open a cold one while we contemplate pulling an oldie but goodie out of the PETA vault.


Got Beer?

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