Tuesday, October 9, 2012

PETA Becomes a Laughing Stock

PETA has a bone to pick with Pokemon, and it’s over how the popular Nintendo video game treats its big-eyed virtual characters.
The animal rights group, which normally focuses on the abuse of dogs, cats and other animals in the real world, has crossed over into the virtual world to launch a protest against Nintendo’s newest Pokemon game, “Black and White 2.”
PETA, which stands for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals,
complains the characters in “Black and White 2,” all of whom are collectively called Pokemon, are abused by their “trainers.”
It's not real.  That very simplistic sentence should be enough for the "animals are more important that humans (who in their opinion are not part of the animal kingdom) crew."  It's a video game. 

Here...try this.  Clap your hands.  There...you just killed millions of protozoa (one celled animals).  You are a murderer...and I have to ask why you think deer, dogs, or mink are any more important than those helpless protozoa you just killed. 

If you donate to PETA to feel good about yourself, you are a troglodytical moron.

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