PETA Cracking Down on Fishing Because Fish are People Too

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 10, 2019

We are deep into the extreme lunatic zone.

And there is no stopping it now.

They are in control, and you are looking at a meatless future of interracial forced-trannyism.


People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has denounced fishing as a cruel sport, insisting that fish feel pain and urging all anglers to become vegans.

“Fish are sentient individuals who feel pain,” PETA stated in a tweet Friday. “Invading an animal’s natural habitat, harassing them, killing them, and eating them for fun is so cruel.”

“Don’t go fishing this summer, or EVER,” PETA commanded.

In their accompanying video, PETA asks viewers to try to imagine what their cold-blooded brethren feel by putting themselves in the fish’s place.

“Anglers often try to retrieve hooks by shoving their fingers or even a pair of pliers down a fish’s throat. Doing this doesn’t just rip out the hook, but also part of the fish’s throat and organs,” the video states.

“Can you imagine having a hook pierce your face before suffocating to death?” it asks.

“No one deserves this. Try vegan!” it adds, seeming to suggest that human rights and fish rights are basically equivalent and that a fish is a “someone” just as a human being is.

“People often wonder: Do fish feel pain? Yes, they do,” PETA declares, citing Penn State University’s Victoria Braithwaite as saying that there is “as much evidence that fish feel pain and suffer as there is for birds and mammals.”

The PETA video then seems to suggest that the capacity to experience psychological “terror” is a function of sensory nerve endings.

Vegans are an interesting case study in the type of insanity that modern society creates.

If the first principles of existence is “Pleasure = Good, Pain = Bad,” then it is sort of an obvious eventual conclusion that fishing is evil.

This is why we must take our first principles from God’s natural order, which is that pleasure is not superior to pain, that peace is not the natural state of man or any other living creature, that existence is about survival and survival is about fighting and conquering.

It is only by observing nature that we may observe the eternal Divine Will.

God ordains that it is the strong that shall rule.

And surely, it is man’s duty to rule over fish.

And all other life on earth.

Just as it is the duty of men to rule over women.

Pushing back against this is fighting against God and His nature.

And that is the true divide between us and them.