This post is late this year, but March 15th is still International EATAPETA Day.
That’s right, it’s the day when we piss off the hypocrites at PETA who have the highest kill-rate out of any animal shelter in Virginia; who send their people to lie to vets and shelters and steal animals that they then euthanize, and who create hugely offensive ad campaigns that compare the slaughter of food animals to the slaughter of Jews in the Holocaust.
Yep. It’s EATAPETA Day.
On March 15th, we make sure we eat meat, fish, or dairy products—all the stuff that pisses of the PETA vegans—in protest of PETA’s deceptive and execrable tactics.
You can check out my back posts by clicking on the EATAPETA category, which include cute pictures of kids.
Here’s the the original IEAFPD post:
PETA has started yet another offensive ad campaign. This one really reaches bottomâ€”they are using Holocaust terminology, quotes, and pictures to liken the “slaughter” of animals to the slaughter of the Jews by the Nazis.
I’ve already received a letter from a child of Holocaust survivors who is, of course, extraordinarily offended. But here’s the thing: PETA is known for this kind of outrageous publicity stuntâ€”and that’s what it is, an outrageous publicity stuntâ€”and while I am also offended and outraged, there is absolutely nothing we can do that will make PETA change their ad campaign. I’m sure they knew exactly what they were doing, have a plan in mind, and, if they withdraw the campaign, will do it according to their deadlines and their decisions.
So let’s make up our own outrageous publicity stunt. Let’s designate Saturday, March 15th, as International Eat an Animal for PETA Day. Everybody set the date on your calendar, and either go out and enjoy a great steak, or cook one at home. Or cook up some chicken or fish or anything else that PETA wouldn’t want you to eat.
Create a Meat-up in your own neighborhood. I’m having an early Meat-up with Elisson and SWMBO (I so love that title for a Mrs. I want to be one of those someday) this coming Saturday, as they’re going to be in the area. And I fully expect to be eating meat (it’s what’s for dinner) with some friends next week.
Go and enjoy, and then come back here and tell me all about it.