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October 30, 2012
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October 30, 2012
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Peta claim to want equal rights for animals and yet are the biggest threat to animals possible, they kill 90+% of perfectly well animals that they take in. They are pretty much the biggest hypocrites ever, they refuse to believe in animal testing, yet their vice president is a diabetic which has to inject pig insulin to survive, and if it wasn't for this, she wouldn't have survived as long as she has, fact. (http://humanewatch.org/index.php/people/detail/mary_beth_sweetland/) They are the worst thing to happen to animals, and are a disgrace to the human race.

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October 29, 2012
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October 29, 2012
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This group PETA harass`s people they kill animals and are racist to people who do not speak english they are nazis

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October 29, 2012
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October 29, 2012
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From what I've experienced with PETA they're very much like the Nazis, they try to force their views onto others & when people don't except their views they go all crazy like they throw blood or paint on people or they burn a building down or something. PETA members/supporters also harass people just cause they don't support PETA, I personally have been harassed several times over the internet just cause I don't like PETA & these people who come to me just to harass me are normally completely brainwashed by PETA & can't even think of their own responses so they go copy something off the PETA website. PETA also spends their time & money not helping animals but attacking video games like Super Mario or Pokemon & making TV adds that ultimately get rejected, only a small percentage of their funds actually goes to the animals. And to continue on they have over a 95% kill rate & they try to pass it off like they needed to kill those animals & most of the animals they kill are either perfectly healthy or have easily curable diseases. So to sum it all up I consider PETA a terrorist organization that's no better than the Nazis

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October 29, 2012
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October 29, 2012
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Well I find them very offensive and abusive to those who don't fall in line with their propoganda. They have been known to commit terrorist like acts such as burning down labs, stealing private property (such as pets or other animals), spraying people either with blood, paint, or even flour to get their ridiculous message across. They violate individuals rights constantly and kill thousands of perfectly adoptable pets a year. They have no respect for others views or beliefs and are constantly issueing death threats as advice for those who don't get in line with their views. They have even slandered two beloved fictional franchises of Super Mario and Pokemon in their crazed pursuit of some imaginary animal liberation. So I think they are very awful and I know their members have verbally attacked many individuals on facebook for disagreeing with them on their views. So in other words I consider them nothing more then a Nazi like organization whose leader is a criminal.

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October 28, 2012
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October 28, 2012
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They have a 32 billion dollar budget, yet an 87% kill rate in their own "shelter". PETA has been caught several times taking animals under the premise these animals would find a "new home", they were then allegedly killed on the spot. Furthermore, they a large habit about using the 3-4 animals they don't kill as a fake positive message that they actually care. They've used their donation money to attack children's video games, stand in the way of other charities, and have donated money to convicted criminals. Do not donate to this organization, they do far more to hurt the cause of animal rights than actually help it.

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October 28, 2012
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October 28, 2012
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People choose not to see what PETA has done in the world, because they are so successful. They get things done BECAUSE they are so committed and controversial. They have improved the lives of small animals such as mice, by spreading word of the cruelty of glue traps. They have also saved animals such as Ben the Bear from a horrific roadside zoo. These are only a few of the miraculous cases. On a daily basis, PETA spays and neuters animals for FREE to help with animal homelessness and the overpopulation of dogs and cats. They are changing people's views of animals worldwide.

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October 28, 2012
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October 28, 2012
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This "not-for-profit" is one of the most, if not THE most, hypocritical organizations I have ever seen. They claim to be for animals, but seem to treat them as gods in the public, treating any human as a lesser being. Then, behind closed doors, they kill any animal that is sick, injured, or has the possibility of being a pet. They put down animals (many times incorrectly, causing a long painful death) as a "better" alternative to adoption. There are so many horror stories about this nfp that I am surprised the organization is allowed to exist anymore. And I'm sure they got their wish with their "attention-grabbing" games, they waste money they could be using to help animals, commissioning crappy advertisements and copyright violating games (their not-for-profit status does not help them, because it can only be satire if it's not defamation, so they have Nintendo, Game Freak, Team Meat, and Office Create's attention, as well as all their lawyer's attentions.) They are a mockery to people who actually care for animals.

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October 28, 2012
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October 28, 2012
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I had believed in PeTA's claims of helping animals in the past, and knew they were a bit extreme. Never before did I ever know that PeTA does little to no good in helping animals. They have a way of skewing reality to try and fit their own purpose, and are not what I want to see "helping" animals. Based off of their euthinization rates I'd have to say they lie more than anything else. Their recent abuses of video games, most popularly that of Mario and Poke'mon is anything but acceptable. The only facts that they have ever had right so far, is perhaps a basic outline of the entities in which they pursue recreation of. They are not what the people of my generation want to see, if anything they've only dug themselves a hole.

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October 28, 2012
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October 28, 2012
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PETA is an organisation, that, while based on good ideas, are extremists, attacking things likely to make no difference in the world instead of actually working to protect animals.

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October 28, 2012
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October 28, 2012
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This is an organization based on deceit and lies. in actuality, they do next to nothing to actually helpl animals. They talk and talk and talk to get you to donate, then use all of your donations to pay for promotions, and garbage video games such as Pokemon Black and Blue. The facts are simple, about 1% of all donations actually go to the cause of helping animals while the rest is spent on promotional campains against everything from child video games to dissections. If you really want to help animals I suggest you donate to a much more credible organization, as well as volunteering at your local shelters. Stop feeding these egotistical maniacs and actually do something to make this a better place to live!

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