“Animal Rights” Morons PETA are dumber than you thought they were!

“Animal rights” nutters PETA have in the last few months released numerous videos which prove, if nothing more, that they are even dumber than we all thought they were!

I’ve gone ahead and merged 2 of their more ridiculous videos for easier viewing, quotes from which include :

  • “EATING CHICKEN CAN MAKE YOUR KID’S DICK SMALL.”
  • “A RECENT STUDY SHOWED THAT A MOTHERS POULTRY CONSUMPTION DURING PREGNANCY CORRELATED WITH HER KID’S PENIS SIZE.”
  • “THE MORE CHICKEN CONSUMED, THE SMALLER THE DICK.”

I guess no one gave the black community the memo, or maybe PETA are the only ones who know, and there’s a conspiracy being plotted by the evil white man who has been threatened for centuries over the size of the black mans appendage..

  • “CONSUMING FISH IS BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH”
  • “FISHING HARMS THE ENVIRONMENT”
  • “FISHING ISN’T TRADITION, ITS TORTURE”

Funny then that these organisations NEVER have a problem with Indgenous communities using modern technology for “traditional / cultural hunting”!! see. Aboriginal “Traditional Hunting” of endangered marine life with modern technology ?



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Hey Bob! What will Bill think?

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According to the Australian Labor Party’s Policy website:

“The key to tackling climate change is to drastically increase our investment in renewable energies like solar. That is why we’ll commit to 50% renewable energy by 2030 because it will cut pollution, help create jobs of the future and lower energy prices.” 

The evidence that the once great Labor Party of Australia has been hijacked by the far-left is right there in that policy statement. When we see former Labor Party stalwarts come out and say that Australia should embrace Nuclear Power, the right needs to praise these courageous souls.

Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke told a crowd at a music festival in Queensland that:

“I do appreciate the very strong feelings held by people in this issue. The simple fact is (compared) to fossil fuel power stations nuclear power is clean. They are necessary to reduce the impact of fossil fuel.” 

This view from a former Labor Leader is in stark contrast to what The Labor Party stands for today!

The Australian reported on 29th December 2016 that:

“Labor’s traditional working-class supporters will bear the brunt of spiking electricity prices and power failures in the fallout from South Australian, Victorian and Queensland governments’ push towards ambitious renewable energy targets”

Here we have a former Labor stalwart pushing for a common sense approach to Climate Change which will protect the people who they purport to represent and on the other hand we have a Labor Party that is willing to sell out its base.. To woe the Green vote!

One Nation must be licking their lips at the thought of Labor’s attitude towards it supporters.

 

Aboriginal “Traditional Hunting” of endangered marine life with modern technology ?

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With a quick Google search, you can find the Australian Law Reform Commision website states that when it comes to “Traditional Hunting”, “It was the law, in the full customary sense, that linked the use of land and sea with the spiritual maintenance of that land and sea through ritual.[1461] Rituals to maintain the land and replenish the food supply were thus an important part of traditional life.”

When special sanctions are put in place to prevent the extinction of endangered marine life, they should be respected by all, and not just for the legal ramifications that may follow if the sanctions are not adhered to.

With identity politics growing steadily out of control its only seems natural for those who benefit from these politics to steadily play along and receive all the benefits that come with them. That said, if the purpose of these traditional exercises is to reconnect with ones spiritual past, wouldn’t that be better achieved though the traditional means?

The ALRC goes on to state, “885. Continued Importance of Traditional Hunting, Gathering and Fishing Rights. Aborigines have had to adapt to change and outside influence, including the payment of welfare benefits in cash and the introduction of rations and store-bought food. Nonetheless, especially in more remote areas, hunting, foraging and fishing continue to be of economic and ritual importance, despite the impact of commercial interests.[1475] In many cases hunting and fishing practices have incorporated new materials. Nylon fishing nets may have replaced those made of bush fibre, fencing wire may be converted into hooks for fishing spears, guns may very often replace spears, aluminium dinghies are used instead of dugouts, crowbars as digging sticks and car springs as adzes. Yet wooden digging sticks, traditional fishnets and traps, spears, harpoons and natural products such as bloodwood leaves for poisoning fish are still used.[1476] Aborigines have become accustomed to newly introduced species in their diet.”

Now it seems to this writerbigot, racist (that will best fit this narrative) that if “Aborigines have had to adapt to change and outside influence” that surely they coud adapt by embarking on their traditional hunts, whilst respecting the modern day sanctions put in place to prevent the extinction on endangered marine life!

Sure, enjoy your modern technology and definitely use it! ..but dont use it under the guise of “Traditional Hunting” to murder marine life that under normal circumstances would be off limits to all hunters!

Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion has defended traditional hunting at a graduation ceremony for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander rangers in Cairns.

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