PETA, Natalie Portman Quote Nobel Laureate Comparing Meat-Eating to the Holocaust

Nick Kangadis | July 19, 2018

Ugh…PETA. If you want people to take your animal rights group of harassers seriously, maybe you shouldn’t have named your organization after a type of bread that people typically put meat into. I know it’s spelled differently, but stick with me here.

Actress Natalie Portman — who has been double-brainwashed in her life through attending indoctrination center Harvard University and being a part of the Hollywood Communistic Cult — partnered with the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to commemorate the late Nobel Laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer. Singer was one of the first to champion for animal rights.

“When Singer stopped eating animals, he famously declared, ‘I did not become a vegetarian for my health, I did it for the health of the chickens,’” said Portman.

So, essentially what Singer is saying is that the value of other creatures is greater than the value of humans. I wonder when PETA’s going to protest actual animals for eating other animals in order to survive? Sorry, I’ll never enjoy tofu.

While Singer’s aspiration of everyone, no matter their species, being kind to each other is a nice thought, it’s not based in reality. And, reality is, this is the world we live in. But, don’t tell those in Hollywood that.

PETA — through Portman — used a particularly insane quote from one of Singer’s novels that will make you question whether Portman, PETA, or Singer truly understood the gravity of the atrocities perpetrated by Nazis during the Holocaust.

“The experience appears in his novel Shosha,” Portman said in the video, “in which the narrator laments,‘We do to God’s creatures what the Nazis did to us.’”

You would think that people like Portman and Singer — whose families fled Poland during the Holocaust — would understand that comparing everything to the Holocaust takes away from it’s gravitas as one of the worst atrocities ever carried out by sub-human beings.

People eat meat because human beings are at the top of the food chain. You think lion’s ever get together, have a meeting and discuss whether they’re killing too many gazelles? Get outta here with that.

If you want to be a vegetarian or vegan, go right ahead. No one’s stopping you. But, just because you think you’re somehow more righteous than every meat-eater, it doesn’t mean you have the right to dictate to me how to live my life.

Try again, PETA. You’re running out of ideas.

Here's the video in case any of you wanted to shed a tear:

H/T: Fox News