PETA, an alleged animal rights organization has created a controversy when it suggested that India’s biggest dairy brand Amul should switch to selling vegan products. As expected, this statement created a storm and Amul and PETA are at loggerheads since then.
Amul came down heavily on this ill-advice and while responding to PETA, it asked that how employment to crores of people would be provided in that case. Amul also said that the foreign-funded NGOs are running campaigns to tarnish the Indian dairy industry. Here it is important to note that Amul is India’s largest dairy cooperative, with an annual turnover of Rs 52,000 crore, it sells several dairy products.
PETA wants to attack India’s Rural Economy?
There is no doubt that Peta is playing an EVIL here and wants Amul to snatch the livelihood of more than 10 Crore poor farmers and other people engaged in the dairy product supply chain and simply hand over its resources built-in 75 years with farmers money to market genetically modified Soya of rich MNC at exorbitant prices, which average lower middle class can’t afford.
Here it is important to mention that Amul plays a major role in providing livelihood to our rural dairy farmers, 70% of which are landless. Such farmers form a strong foundation of rural economy of those respective areas. Amul has generated earning opportunities for millions, who are now working in their villages and don’t have to migrate to the cities for job.
What is VEGAN?
First of all, let’s understand what Vegan is. A vegan product refers to the practice of avoiding animal products including abstaining from dairy-based products. The diet largely consists of plants such as vegetables, grains, nuts, and fruits, and foods made from plants. The processing of such a food material is currently handled by multiple MNC’s which use synthetic components and chemicals to process vegan foods. Peta seems to be working on the behest of such MNCs, who are aiming to capture India’s dairy food market.
Peta – an EVIL organization
Peta is known for making highly impactful and extremely moving PR campaigns carried out in the name of animal safety. Peta acts like a whole and sole ‘Savior of Animal’ in the universe. However, we would like to expose PETA’s dark truths, its evil tactics, highly influential anti-religious tantrums, and highly biased practices it carries out especially in India and several other so call 3rd World countries.
Contrary to its image of ‘Animal Rights Fighter’, Peta is infamous for stealing people’s pets from their homes and then kill them in the name of mercy killing. In USA, many PETA workers have been arrested for stealing other people’s pets and then killing them. People have sued PETA many times, and PETA has paid Millions of USD to settle the cases against them.
In October 2014, Norfolk (USA) and few nearby communities published a full-page advertisement in the ‘Virginian Pilot’ newspaper which described an incident where a PETA staff stole a local family’s chihuahua, whose name was Maya, and then euthanized it.
PETA kills 83% of animals it adopts
Well, this might be a shock for you, or you may call it an exaggeration, but the fact is that Peta kills almost 83% of animals it adopts. We are sure, that no one can think even in their wildest dreams that PETA which projects itself as a harbinger of Animal Rights, can kill 83% of the animals it has adopted in the last 2 decades. And No, we are not making any allegations out of nowhere, here are the facts to prove it.
This is the data of Virginia’s Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, which makes it mandatory for all animal shelters to report the number of cats and dogs they adopt annually. To our utter shock, it gives an astonishing revelation that PETA kills 83.5% of Animals it has adopted in the last 20 years.
Peta attacks Indian Festivals and Culture
PETA is known for spreading hatred against Hindu festivals and culture in India. We have seen many instances where PETA has openly hammered the Hindu sentiments in the name of ‘Animal Rights’. We are listing out few such instances here for our readers’ reference.
Raksha Bandhan Controversy – It was Peta, which erected thousands of billboards in several big cities, where it featured a cow indicating, “Protect Me- Go Leather-Free”. Well, that was a smear campaign to target our festival and religion.
PETA tried to ban the Thrissur Pooram festival – PETA India has also evoked a controversy for its legal battle against the use of elephants in the Thrissur Pooram festival. They went ahead and filed a PIL asking that elephants should not be paraded in the festival without permission or oversight from the Animal Welfare Board of India, but were hammered by the Kerala High Court, and court denied accepting their demands.
PETA against Janmashtami festival and Cow Ghee – ran another campaign during Janmashtami, the festival Hindus observe to celebrate the birth of Shri Krishna. PETA tweeted and asked people to celebrate Janmashtami by using “Vegan ghee and other non-dairy products to keep cows happy too!” This tweet stormed a massive outrage among Hindu and they criticized it.
PETA against Jallikattu – It was PETA which started the campaign of banning the Jallikattu festival in Tamilnadu. It is a traditional event organized on the occasion of Pongal.
In the end, all we can say that PETA is an unethical, immoral, and Evil organization, which seldom follows what it preaches. It’s an organization that loots people in the name of Liberal Activism, to support its evil practices. It funds Anti-national and Anti-Hindu organizations and celebrities to demean India and Hinduism and always shows its extremely biased face.
After targeting our Culture and Religion, now Peta is hatching a conspiracy to attack our rural economy in the name of Vegan Food. We all should come together and oppose any such attempt and hammer their evil propaganda. Peta can not dictate terms to our nation, they have no moral rights to do that.