PETA's 'Cage Fight' Video Uses Military and Scientists As Bad Guys in Animal Rights' World
Thanks to United States Sportsmen's Alliance (USSA), we have been alerted to yet another silly little video game produced by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). Now joining a lineup of PETA's other video games intended to brainwash children into thinking that there is no food chain, there is no hierarchy and that animals should be unmanaged and set free, Cage Fight features fighters Jake Shields, Aaron Simpson and Georgi Karakhanyan in foiling a secret underground animal testing ring. According to USSA, Cage Fight presents animal scientists as cage fighters with bloody cleavers. The game also introduces the U.S. military, with soldiers trying to kill the gamer and mask-wearing doctors trying to poison the player with insidious liquid-filled vials. In a press release on June 11, USAA wrote, This misleading video game insinuates that all scientists are blood covered killers and that our own U.S. military is turning their guns on American citizens.
Some of PETA's other fun games include Learn your ABCs with PETA's Striptease Quiz, Cooking Mama: Mama Kills Animals, and Super Tofu Boy. PETA states at the top of its video page, Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any way.
Sounds noble enough and rosy-glasses cheery enough, until you dig deeper and discover PETA's real mission: the dissolution of domestic pet ownership, the end of hunting and gun ownership.
It might even be funny to some, but it's important for hunters to understand that PETA covers all its bases in an effort to reach the masses. This is just another example of the depths it will dive to, in order to effect its change on this country.