PETA elevates itself to Martin Luther King’s stature

From the organization that believes, “A rat is a pig is a dog is a boy.”

PETA blogger Jeff Mackey says on PETA’s web site:

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s nonviolent message is as relevant today as it was during his lifetime. Although this is the day officially set aside each year to pay tribute to his legacy, we can pay tribute to Dr. King every day by opposing discrimination against anyone, including animals. Whenever we speak up against the oppression of animals who are suffering in circuses, in backyards, in laboratories, and on factory farms, we honor his commitment to social justice.

If PETA believes that people are animals, is it for euthanizing people?

2 thoughts on “PETA elevates itself to Martin Luther King’s stature”

  1. Doesn’t PETA kill more dogs than anyone else? And they equate themselves
    with Dr. King? Where’s the legacy press when there’s a real story?

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