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Is the group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) an eco-terrorist organization?

  • Yes, their good ideas go astray.

    Naturally those who belong to the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals start out with a good idea and good intentions. However, they turn into a group that tries to force people into their beliefs and who terrorize those who think differently or who just have no idea they are doing wrong.

  • Yes, they are imposing.

    Yes, the group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is an eco-terrorist organization, because they will do anything they want to or think they have to in order to impose their agenda. The group has some very extreme political views. Rather than be tolerant of others, they want to impose them on the rest of us.

  • Peta is Harmless

    Peta simply strives to educate the public of the health and environmental benefits that come with being vegan, all the while supporting animal equality. They can be a little loud with their protests, but sometimes you have to be! They should not be considered terrorist for this, any group that wants recognition needs to make a notable statement.

  • PETA Not Eco-Terrorist

    Eco-terrorism usually refers to acts of violence committed in support of ecological or environmental causes, against persons or their property. (Wikipedia) I do not believe the group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is an organization with eco-terrorist ideals. I believe they have strong beliefs that are warranted and deserve expression. Not all will agree with them and it is important for them to understand that.

  • No, they're just bored

    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) isn't an eco-terrorist. They are however bored and confused and looking for something to do. Some times they do offer help to animals in need but many times they are just protesting because they have nothing better to do. If they really wanted animals treated better they would start raising them themselves and seeing to it that they were properly cared for.

  • They're simply shrill and ridiculous, but not harmful.

    The group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is not what I would consider to be an eco-terrorist organization. The last time I checked, eco-terrorist organizations weren't putting up lame billboards at Thanksgiving telling people to eat tofu instead. They're sincere, if a bit daffy, and not to be taken very seriously.


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