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Animal Scam

The modern animal rights movement is not what it seems. Today's activists have perverted once-sensible animal welfare goals by putting animals ahead of human beings and employing a "by any means necessary" philosophy to achieve their goals of "total animal liberation."

Led by PETA, the Humane Society of the United States, and other activist groups, the animal liberation movement does not seek to improve animals' lives. Its goal is to place unnecessary restrictions on ordinary people like you.

Today's activists want to force you to eat nothing but beans and greens; and wear nothing but cotton, rayon, and rubber. They want to ban hunting, fishing, zoos, rodeos, and circuses. Some want to permanently end Kosher slaughter. They even want to outlaw the use of animals in the search for cures for AIDS, Parkinson's Disease, and cancer. And a growing number take the law into their own hands, crossing the line from peaceful protest to violent crime.

It's a terrible scam. The world deserves to know the truth.


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    May 19, 2015

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  • FBI Anti-Terror Unit Investigated PETA

    May 12, 2015

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    May 06, 2015

    If you were one of the 16 million Americans who watched the Kentucky Derby last weekend, you are far from the only person who enjoys this iconic race—so does PETA’s latest celebrity spokes-bimbo. In a new ad campaign, PETA tapped model...

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