Animal Rights Group Turns Its Fire On Movie star Meat-eaters
Writer: By Rachel Shields
Ms Simpson was singled out for ridicule after she was noticed sporting a
T-shirt bearing the slogan “Real Ladies Eat Meat”, believed to be a
mild-hearted dig at her boyfriend Tony Romo’s vegetarian ex-girlfriend,
Alistair Currie, a spokesman for Peta, said: “Jessica Simpson may need
a proper to put on what she desires, however she doesn’t have a proper to eat what she
needs ? eating meat is about suffering and dying. Some people really feel like they
are standing up in opposition to a tide of political correctness once they make a
statement like this ? what she is really doing is standing up for the standing
The animal rights group doctored a photograph of Ms Simpson to learn “Only
Silly Women Eat Meat”, and listed “five reasons solely silly girls
In May the gain tshirt group condemned the British actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers for
admitting that he had tried canine meat whereas in China.
The Peta attacks are seen as an indication of the radicalisation of some vegetarian
teams. They claim gain tshirt eating meat causes environmental destruction, damages
human well being and contributes to global starvation, as well as inflicting
suffering on billions of animals.
Vegetarians International Voice for Animals (Viva!) claims that there are
at present between five and 6 million vegetarians within the UK but estimates
that as many as a third of inhabitants have significantly diminished their gain tshirt meat
“Vegetarians are nonetheless in a minority ? most individuals eat meat. You’re
sticking your neck out as a vegetarian, and so most are obsessed with it,”
stated Annette Pinner, the chief government of the Vegetarian Society.
A latest pronouncement from the pinnacle of the UN local weather change company that the
best thing people can do to halt global warming is to turn vegetarian has
taken the debate a step further.
Paul McCartney, a veteran vegetarian campaigner, recently launched “Meat
Free Mondays” to encourage meat-eaters to eat vegetarian meals as soon as a
week, citing the UN’s statement as a great purpose to forgo meat.
But there may be proof that the British public is perhaps rebelling against
pressure to cut their meat consumption. Regardless of the price of meat hitting a
22-12 months high, British supermarkets actually report a rise in sales. Waitrose
has recorded big 12 months-on-year increases within the sale of most meats, whereas
sales of Asda’s “2p sausage” have gone up by 42 per cent.