Rabu, 7 Mac 2012

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Terkejut MyMassa bila tengok gambar ni kat Malaysian Insider.


Bila masa Malaysian Insider ganti Majalah MANGGA tayang gambar tak bertapis macam ni.

Ini adalah penjelasan mengenai kempen separa bogel yang dibuat di Bukit Bintang.

PETA ‘mermaids’ fight for fish rights

March 07, 2012

Photographers take pictures of PETA members dressed as mermaids during a pro-vegetarian demonstration in Kuala Lumpur, March 7, 2011. — Picture by Jack Ooi
KUALA LUMPUR March 7 — Shoppers in the Bukit Bintang area here were left gawking at the sight of four “mermaids” sprawled across a fishing net, their silver bodies glittering in the hot midday sun.

Decked in “fins” and slathered in silver body paint, the four members of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), an international animal rights organisation, held signs that read “Try to relate to who’s on your plate — go vegetarian” to encourage the public to not eat fish.

Cars passing through the busy intersection between Jalan Sultan Ismail and Bukit Bintang slowed as drivers craned their necks to witness the unusual spectacle.

At the same time, other PETA members walked around the area distributing pro-vegetarian pamphlets to the crowd of onlookers.

The campaign manager, Claire Fryer, 32, stressed that fish feel pain as other animals do, and that it is the duty of the public to stop eating all animals and adopt a vegetarian lifestyle.

“People can look into the works of God’s teachings and what God actually asked was for us to care for animals and to respect all life. ‘Thou Shall Not Kill,’” Fryer told The Malaysian Insider today, quoting the Bible.

Any form of unnecessary use of animal cruelty, including slaughtering animals by the throat as done by Muslims, is unjustified and could be stopped through vegetarianism, she said.

Fryer added that those whose livelihood depends on the fishing industry should look for “other options to support themselves, without putting fish and animals through needless cruelty.”

Among the crowd of curious spectators was student Fara Bani.

While Fara described herself as a “semi-vegetarian”, she said this campaign was a wake-up call for her to take the plunge and swear off eating fish for good.

“Campaigns such as these help inform people about how eating animals contribute to their continued suffering,” Fara told The Malaysian Insider.

PETA is the world’s largest animal rights organisation, with more than three million members and supporters around the world.

Operating under the principles that animals are not to be eaten, worn, experimented upon or used for entertainment, PETA has held vegetarian events across the world.

PETA is most known for enlisting global celebrities to pose in the nude while promoting the group’s cause.
http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/peta-mermaids-fight-for-fish-rights

MyMassa pelik bila dah elok-elok jadi manusia, nak jadi binatang.

PeTA ni NGO dari Amerika. Memang kempen-kempen mereka sering menonjolkan wanita-wanita seksi untuk menarik perhatian orang ramai. Antara selebriti yang pernah join kempen peta adalah Pamela Anderson.



Di Malaysia pun ada selebriti yang pernah berkempen untuk PeTA iaitu Amber Chia.



MyMassa cuma nampak PeTA adalah NGO luar yang cuba menyemai budaya kuning dalam negara ini. Berdemonstrasi dengan mendedahkan tubuh bukan budaya kita. Jangan sampai ada NGO di Malaysia terikut-ikut dengan cara ini untuk cepat popular seperti FEMEN di Ukraine.

*NGO anti Lynas cuba nak berbogel untuk tarik perhatian. Korang tertarik ke tengok kempen macam ni?

3 comments:

ANGKATAN PEMIKIR berkata... 7 Mac 2012 7:11 PTG

"kebebasan hak asasi"......tiada sempadan batas agama...

Tanpa Nama berkata... 7 Mac 2012 7:53 PTG

Nak kasi...Malaysia pun ada bencana Alam ...pi lah berbogel beramai-ramai......gempa bumi pun akan menyusul nanti......

Bila agama dah takde batas...jadilah golongan yang takde agama.

Tanpa Nama berkata... 7 Mac 2012 7:59 PTG

nik aziz suka ni...

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