© By Othmar Vohringer
The notorious animal rights organization PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) launched a new video game. According to a press release form the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance, PETA in a seasonal effort to push their radical anti human agenda unveiled the video game “Holiday Snowball” in December.
The objective of the game is to throw snowballs at different characters in the game. The characters are, how could it be otherwise, celebrities that are deemed by PETA as “notorious animal abusers”. The celebrities included are fashion designer Donna Karan, one of the few clothing designers that still uses fur despite home invasions by PETA gang members. Other human targets included in the video game are; Madonna (she wears fur) Kentucky Fried Chicken’s Colonel Sanders, Charlton Heston, the Olson Twins (they wear fur too) and Sarah Palin. Sarah is included because, unlike many other celebrities she does not bow down to political correctness, she has the guts to admit on national TV that she is a hunter and proud of it.
In short, the featured celebrities - the ones that are still alive - are people that haven't surrendered commonsense to the scare mongering tactics and attacvks of PETA, unlike the former Baywatch bimbo and frequently surgically enhanced Pamela Anderson, official spokesperson of PETA. Talking about her, I wonder how many animals had to die to enable her plastic surgeon with the skills needed to “beautify” that women.
The objective of the game is to throw snowballs at each of the characters. The first stage of the game has players throwing snowballs at Madonna, Karan and the Olson Twins in shopping mall.
Once the players accumulated enough points in a given timeframe in first stage of the game they are taken to the next level. The second level takes place in a graveyard where the object is to force the Colonel Sanders and Charlton Heston, both evil looking animated, back into the grave from which they escaped by hitting them over the head.
The third stage pits the user against the horse trainer Larry Jones, who last year was controversially involved in the death of a racehorse. The final stage of the game present a bikini and fur coat wearing Sarah Palin. Sarah attempts to shoot Rudolph the reindeer. The players objective to throw snowballs at Palin and when the that stage of the game is won, the last scene shows Rudolph the reindeer pounding its hoofs on Sarah’s head in a very shocking display of violence. This last sequence is so shocking that it prompted an email war between the Sahara Palin Director of communications and Ingrid Newkirk, infamous founder and president of PETA.
It is nothing new that PETA shows little or no regard for humans and human lives. One only needs to be reminded of their demeaning “Holocaust on your Plate” campaign, or the many court trials that implicate and link PETA to terrorist organizations such as ELF (Earth Liberation Front) and the equally criminal organization ALF, to understand what PETA’s real agenda is.
What I find very cynical of PETA is the fact that the characters in the video game are “accused” of “murdering animals”. I find it cynical because in that case PETA should have included Ingrid Newkirk in the game too. It is after all PETA that, by orders of their deranged gang leader, kills annually more animals then any other animal shelter in North America. Not only do PETA employees kill animals that have been surrendered to their shelters on the promise of finding them new homes, PETA employees will go as far as stealing your pet dog or cats out of your backyard or even out of your house and kill them. Of all the things PETA stands for “ETHICAL” is not one of them, in fact what ever it is PETA stands for and what they do is morally and ethically very wrong. The “Holiday Snowball” game is just further proof of that fact. Any organization that has set their aim to influence our children to rebel against common decency, respect and morals is guilty of promoting violence and anarchy.
Othmar Vohringer Outdoors
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