Tuesday, November 22, 2011


Latest PETA Propaganda Outrage Offends Sight as well as Sensibility

A new ad by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals featuring a turkey with the head of a dog, reads, "Kids: If you wouldn't eat your dog, why eat a turkey? Go Vegan."

The immediate goal is to stop shoppers from buying turkeys for Thanksgiving, but PETA admits it is targeting children like other advertisers.

"It's important to teach kids because they are young enough to have open minds that animals are not food. They do feel pain," said Bryan Wilson, a PETA spokesman.

This just goes to show once more how stupid vegetarians are in general, particularly the whacko extremists at PETA.

First of all, there's a world of difference between Dog - a.k.a Man's Best Friend and long time companion since the caveman days - and a bird so stupid that in captivity they have been known to look up when it rains, staring open-mouthed in wonder until they drown.

Let's establish something straight right here from the git go: Man occupies the top of the Food Chain for a reason, and the animals are here on this Earth to serve us. In the case of the turkey, that service includes with stuffing, gravy and cranberry sauce and potatoes on the side.

Dog, on the other hand, serves us by showing extreme loyalty, and working hard to protect us and also to keep us warm on cold winter nights. My dogs are more than human, they are G-O-D spelled backwards. In fact, the more people I meet, the more I love my dogs.


There is a special symbiotic relationship between dogs and humans that is unique throughout the Animal Kingdom. Not even cats are as close to their human masters as are dogs. The bond between Humankind and Dogkind is extraordinary, it's a beautiful thing. Dog will stand by his Master 'till the dying day. In fact, Dog will stand by his Master, follow him to the ends of the Earth, face off against any danger with absolute total disregard for his own safety, and willingly DIE for the Master if the situation so warrants it. History is replete with stories of hero dogs rescuing young children, fending off wild animals, saving the day time and again.

I have scoured the internet and have yet to find a single occasion of a turkey ever doing anything that even comes close, short of saving us from starvation during the Pilgrim experience, and all they did then was just be there. They don't even do tricks.

I don't know what offends me more; PETAs sick comparison of dogs to dumb bird-brains, or the fact that they chose the remarkable Jack Russell breed - like my loyal Tiny - to make their convoluted point. -S.L.

This is what I have to say to the environmental nutjobs at PETA: to compare a bird-brained bird to our loving and loyal companion Dog is a piss-poor analogy.

Everybody knows that Turkey was placed on this Earth, right alongside Chicken, Cow, Pig, Goat, Sheep and sometimes Horse, Deer and Snake, and of course all the tasty Fish in the Sea, for Man to eat. Preferably deep-fried (in the case of the Turkey, Chicken and Fish), barbecued (in the case of Pig) or on a grill over a bed of hot coals. Aristotle tells us that this is the Natural Order of things.

Dog's place is by Man's side as the meat is placed upon the grill, to snack on morsels tossed his way and to gnaw on bones and leftovers, his reward and indeed his birthright for undying loyalty and protection, and in some cases for duties rendered as hunting companion in bringing in the animals that we feast upon.

As a soldier in the Far East, I have actually eaten dog, on more than one occasion. It was tasty the way it was prepared, but quite honestly the concept of eating our companion species was somehow disturbing. Oddly, I have eaten monkey on several occasions and this did not bother me in the slightest. So much of the concept that we are somehow related to the monkeys; the Vegans might be - I personally am more closely related to the wolves and the bears.

If there is such a thing as Evolution, then the eternal relationship between Dog and Man is the closest thing to physical evidence we have of this radical theory. Vegans, on the other hand, are living proof that the theory that embraces Survival of the Fittest has somehow, somewhere gone horribly awry. Vegans can only exist because the hunters and warriors of the Human Tribe have established safety zones to make it possible for them to live off the bounty of Agriculture - in the natural environment they would perish. Vegans have to make propaganda like this to recruit to their ranks because everybody knows if they didn't they would soon breed themselves out of existence.

For PETA to compare our loving, loyal canine companions to a thing that looks like it comes from Outer Space - and actually did come out of an egg just like Lady GaGa - is sick and twisted. To focus their perverse agenda upon the impressionable minds of our young in an attempt to convert and recruit to the unHoly Cult of Vegan-ism is borderline sacrilege.

"That's my story and I'm sticking to it"


Today's Bird



  1. You nailed it perfectly

  2. It must be satire because nobody takes PETA that seriously. As if they are a legitimate voice for anyone besides the 1% ers on the fringes of western civilisation. Giving them a bit of credit, too much really.

    And besides, I'm pretty sure there are plenty of Buddhists, Hindus, and even Christians such as Seventh Day Adventists who can hold their own against lions and tigers and bears oh my.

  3. I don't know about holding their own but I know for a fact there are a LOT of Buddhists, Hindus and even Christians who have FED lions and tigers and bears oh my . . .

  4. Hey, I ate a dog once.
    I think it was in Misawa and I was drunk as a lord.
    Kinda like a coyote thing in the morning.
    Some R&Rs are better than others.

  5. Looks like Tiny loves his poncho liner as much as I love mine.
    Good post - the PETAphiles are so far out there it's a wonder they have any support.

  6. As someone once said: "If God didn't want us to eat animals, he wouldn't have made them out of tasty meat."