PETA: Unborn Animals Deserve a Right to Life, but not Humans?

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    PETA: Unborn Animals Deserve a Right to Life, but not Humans?

    By tha malcontent
    ap/afp Editor in Chief October 16, 11:01 AM MST (2005)

    (ap) - PETA calls eating Eggs, "Murder", but do not Advocate AGAINST the Abortion of Human's...

    This FACT can be found in their "Kids Corner" Section:

    PETAKids.com >> KFC Kids' Corner

    PETA: "Did you know that chicken moms talk to their chicks even while the babies are still in the shell?"

    Did you know, PETA, that Human Mommies do the same thing?...

    How can you look at yourself in the mirror in the morning if you spend more time in your day Advocating for the unborn Chicken, than you do the unborn in your own Species?...

    PETA, and it's Members, are Textbook Examples of the Fact that many Humans are Inherently Self-Hating...

    We used to keep people like this in Facilities where they could do no harm to themselves, or others.

    Now they are being allowed to Raise Children and become Members in the NEA...

    Think about that!

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    Circa 2005 Flashback...

    :)

    peace...
     
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    I just posted this in another thread:

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    They need to just keep smoking weed and stay out of the way of people who make this world function.
     
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