Tuesday, August 23, 2011

PETA Condones Vegetable Rape

The wonderful people at PETA have launched a new website, according to the SFGate...

TGL has noted before that the animal rights group PETA seems paradoxically willing to exploit and belittle human females to raise awareness of the exploitation on non-human animals.

It appears that PETA is sticking to the old saw that any PR is good PR. Far from shying away from its sexploitationalist tactics, the group plans to launch a pornographic website.

I need an adult! I NEED AN ADULT!!!

The website, www.peta.xxx, will allegedly earn its .xxx domain, but probably won't offer footage of sex acts. The site will instead promote veganism by offering erotic teasers of the sex-with-vegetables theme before hitting hard with graphic images of animal suffering.

A PETA spokesperson told Australia's Herald Sun: "It's the kind of thing you often won't see on TV because the under cover footage is so graphic and violent that it's pretty tough to show." But, according to the Huffington Post, the site will feature some celebrity flesh.

The group defended its tactics. A spokeswoman told HuffPo, "We wouldn't use nudity or some of our flashier tactics if we didn't know they worked. We also track the effectiveness of our actions very closely and see if we get visitors checking out other features on our site."

Apparently there's an untapped market for recruiting internet porn surfers to altruistic causes. Who knew?

Typical liberal fascists. Everything is evil... unless we do it. Then it's okay.

One has to wonder if there is anything that liberals won't stoop to if it thinks it advances their cause.

Friday, August 19, 2011

4-year old Boy Killed By Illegal Alien Driver in Santa Rosa

From the PressDemocrat...

Police say the suspect in a fatal hit-and-run crash that took the life of 4-year-old Santa Rosa boy was cited for driving without a license less than a week before he plowed through a West Ninth Street crosswalk Thursday night and killed the youngster.

Marcos Lopez Garcia, 22, was cited once for unlicensed driving last year and then again last Saturday, with instructions to appear in court Oct. 18 and ordered not to drive until then, Santa Rosa Police Sgt. Rich Celli said Friday.


He was arrested for suspected felony hit and run and driving without a license, though police intend to request more serious charges now that the boy has died, Celli said.

Garcia was being held without bail because of an immigration hold, jail personnel said.