Tuesday, April 13, 2010

PETA Calls For Ringling Brothers To Close, Nuke Summit Success, Threats To Vacationing Israelis

PETA spokesman Ryan Huling was the first guest on today's News Talk Online on the Paltalk News Network, explaining why his organization is demanding that Ringling Brother's circus close down because of its treatment of elephants.

We then discussed the just-ended nuclear summit in Washington where 47 nations agreed to a 12 point communique that would secure all nuclear material in four years and in which they committed to retarding the ability of non-state actors from procuring nuclear and weaponizing nuclear materials.

Finally, we discussed Israel's call to its vacationing citizens to leave the Sinai immediately because of intel that suggests a terrorist threat against Israelis there on

1 comment:

Khakjaan Wessington said...

Manifesto of a Militant Vegan Bio-Engineer [Today's News Poem, April 17, 2010]
“Pet activists from Austin to Corpus Christi and Victoria launched recently an emotion-charged campaign. They bombarded local politicians, animal shelter leaders, the newspaper and others with calls to ban the gassing of unwanted pets.”
– GABE SEMENZA, Victoria Advocate, April 17, 2010 at 2:15 p.m.
“Hundreds of dead animals have been found at a home in Marion County and another 400 live animals have been rescued”
– Victoria Benchimol, ABC Action News 1:32 pm April 17, 2010


Perpetual, the holocaust consumes
The lives of zebrafish, of cats in labs!
The monster made of claw and teeth assumes
That tender tendons, hair and muscle-slabs
Enjoy the murder. Meat is murderous:
The eating—true—but flesh will kill in kind.
Since eating's cycle's just too barbarous—
Because we love all life we'll have to find
A way to replicate the paragons
Of living with sustainability:
The trees and other plants that drink the dawn
And photosynthesize with no hostility.
To always mate (like trees): what joy we'd bring!
To worship fire, first burn-up everything.