© By Othmar Vohringer
Yesterday I published a news release issued by the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance. According to which PETA launched death threats against renowned Melbourne fashion designer Alannah Hill.
The news release went on to say that Alannah issued a public statement against PETA after receiving the alleged threat from a person indicating a relationship with the animal rights group. According to a statement published in several international newspapers, Hill stated that police were contacted on August 4 in order to “investigate a disturbing and heated death threat.” The threat was from the e-mail address “email@example.com.”
Last night I read on PETA Watch that the fashion designer buckled down to the pressure of PETA after receiving over 4,500 abusive emails and death threats. The last straw for her was when a PETA member threatened her seven year-old son.
This is not the first time that PETA has used threats, insults, slander and even violence to intimidate people to comply with their crazy agenda. There isn’t a country in the world that does not have a mile long file on record about animal rights terrorism against law abiding hard working people that mind their own business and go about a legal profession. Ingrid Newkirk, the founder and president of PETA, herself has gone countless times on public record endorsing violence against people as a justified means to achieve the outlandish anti-human goals of her organization.
PETA spokesperson Ashley Fruno predictably denied being behind the attack.
"That's not something PETA ever does. Our entire philosophy is based on compassion to all beings." Yea right and what you call this or this. If that is what PETA calls "compassion" then God help us.
By the way, Ashley Fruno is one of PETA's most notorious activists. She has been arrested in many countries around the world on grounds of indecent exposure, harassment, intimidation and assault among a long list of other violations. Fruno is blacklisted and barred from entering several countries in Europe, Asia and other parts of the world. Ashley’s claim to animal rights activist fame is that she has been in more jails and courtrooms around the world then most other animal rights. It seems fitting for PETA to choose Fruno, a "hero" of the animal rights movement, as their spokesperson. It also says a lot about the violent nature of that movements agenda.
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Tags: PETA, Animal Rights Terrorists, Death Threats, Alannah Hill, Animal Rights Violence, Animal Rights Threaten To Kill Seven Year Old Boy