Forget PETA! How about PETH (People for the Ethical Treatment of Humans)?

I’ve seen cars with a bumper sticker on one side saying ‘Pro Choice’ and a bumper sticker on the other side saying ‘The question is not, can they reason? nor, can they talk? But, can they suffer?’ with a picture of a cow.  This same person is worried about a cow suffering and not a human baby that was ripped apart in the womb, or worse yet, born alive and then stabbed with a pair of scissors to make sure it doesn’t survive.

If you think I’m kidding or making this up, you’re dead wrong.

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The term “animal rights” actually denotes a belief system, an ideology, even a quasi religion

Over the past thirty years, the concept of “animal rights” has seeped into the bone marrow of Western culture. (This is especially true among the young.) Part of the reason is that “animal rights” is used so loosely it is often taken to mean little more than being nicer to animals. But this isn’t true. Although animal rights groups do sometimes engage in animal welfare — type activism, the term “animal rights” actually denotes a belief system, an ideology, even a quasi religion, which both implicitly and explicitly seeks to create a moral equivalence between the value of human lives and those of animals. This belief was succinctly expressed in 1986 when Ingrid Newkirk, the head of the animal rights absolutist organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), told the Washingtonian magazine, “A rat, is a pig, is a dog, is a boy. They are all mammals.”

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PETA upset about Obama killing a fly, but not at all concerned about aborting human babies

Upon hearing of the compassion PETA has for the smallest of creatures I wondered what position they took on abortion.

After all, if this organization believes in the protection of the lives of flies surely they would be adamantly opposed to the killing of the unborn.

Hence, I immediately did a search on the Internet to find an answer to my question. I found out that PETA’s compassion for unborn human babies falls far short of its compassion for flies. Full story at