Thursday, September 21, 2006

Dishonoring the Dead: Part 2

PETA Attacks Irwin's Wildlife Career Only Days After His Death

Just days after he died, animal rights group PETA have launched an attack on the late "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin, making insensitive remarks about the Australian's work with wild animals.

Campaigners for PETA - People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals - blasted the T.V. star - who was killed September 4, aged 44, by a stingray - about his life-long work with exotic animals.

PETA spokesman Dan Mathews said, "He made his career out of antagonizing frightened wild animals, and that's a very dangerous message to send to young children."

And again, desperate for media attention, these self-important lowlifes are perfectly willing to stand on the coffin of Steve Irwin. Their alleged love for dumb beasts overshadows care for their fellow man.



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