VIDEO: Man Made Animal Rights Activists Lose Their Minds By Doing This One Thing

If we’re going to be completely honest here, the hardcore folks who consider themselves to be animal rights activists, typically seem, well, a little unhinged, don’t they?

Sure, we all agree that animals should be treated well. Even the ones we eat deserve good treatment and a humane, painless death if possible. I don’t think anyone would disagree with that. It also seems pretty cruel to just murder animals for their coats too, especially if we aren’t taking action in the realm of conservation to help animal populations achieve balance.

However, many of these PETA types take things to extremes and as one man found out, it does not take much to push them over the edge of sanity.

According to the Daily Wire, a man approached a group of animal rights activists demonstrating outside of Nike, Dior, and Vuitton stores located in Manhattan, stood in front of them, and calmly ate a shish kebab in front of them.

This, as you might imagine, sent the protesters into absolute hysterics. As they watched him eat meat, some launched rather mean, nasty, responses at him. A video was captured of the incident and posted on social media.

“You’re disgusting. Who do you think you are? You’re a coward, you’re just a f***ing coward!” yelled a woman who went on to identify herself as the organizer of the annual Animal Rights March event. “You’re a piece of s*** and you’re embarrassing. What am I going to do? Nothing, you’re going to die on your own.”

Another of the protesters spit some venom in the man’s direction, saying, “You and your small d*** and your p**** way of killing animals and it feels good in front of the vegans, huh? ‘

The comment did not have the intended effect, as the man then started to lick the meat on the shish kebab with true passion and much more vigor.

“You have all the blood on your face and on your hands,” the protester continued to spew hate. “It feels good with your small d***.”

Another woman at the event then said, “Shame, shame, shame.”


There were a few folks from PETA, NYCLASS, and the Humane Society in attendance, according to a report from the Daily Mail.

“I’m here because this is our chance as animal rights activists to come together once a year to celebrate our movement, to let the world know we are taking a stand together against speciesism, which is the idea that humans are superior to animals and we have the right to use them for our purposes,” Ashley Byrne, the director of outreach for PETA, went on to say. “And I think what we all want out of being here today is for people to think about their relationship and to realize that animals are individuals. There were created for their own purpose; they are thinking, feeling individuals just like us.”

There were more than a few comments posted on social media that were supportive of Mr. Kebab guy, saying, “Somebody get that man a beer to go with his shish kabob,” “This hero deserves an @alexstein99 award,” and “This would be me if I lived in NYC. I’d bring 50 of my buddies and have a giant BBQ. Dude … is a stud!!”

As was stated earlier, there’s a little bit of a loose screw when it comes to these animal rights people. They often ruin the good causes they stand for — not all of what they say is bad, but a lot of it is — with wackiness such as this.

It’s amazing how blind they are to their own radical behavior.


This story syndicated with permission from michael, Author at Trending Politics

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