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14th Jan '18 6:45:50 PM SN1063
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** On the other hand, Ingen's goal is bring some of the dinosaurs back to the mainland, with the ending of the film showing exactly why that is a terrible idea.
14th Jan '18 11:16:53 AM nombretomado
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* The ''LALaw'' episode "The Unsterile Cuckoo" had Victor representing Randall Furriers, Inc., suing the Save the Animals Foundation for splashing "blood" (actually a dye, their founder explains) on models wearing his coats at fashion shows, and slashing at the coats with razor blades, causing more than a million dollars in damage. At one point in the trial, a member of the group splashes Victor with a bucket of "blood" in a courthouse hallway, shouting "You defend murderers!" Their founder is depicted as someone who cares about animals more than people.

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* The ''LALaw'' ''Series/LALaw'' episode "The Unsterile Cuckoo" had Victor representing Randall Furriers, Inc., suing the Save the Animals Foundation for splashing "blood" (actually a dye, their founder explains) on models wearing his coats at fashion shows, and slashing at the coats with razor blades, causing more than a million dollars in damage. At one point in the trial, a member of the group splashes Victor with a bucket of "blood" in a courthouse hallway, shouting "You defend murderers!" Their founder is depicted as someone who cares about animals more than people.
8th Jan '18 8:02:19 AM JCCyC
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** In "Fearful Symmetry". The WAO ('Wild Again Organization') is suspected of releasing an elephant from a zoo whose cages are too small to make the animals comfortable. It turns out that the first case wasn't their fault. Later, when one of the WAO members breaks into the zoo with a camera to try to gather evidence of animal abuse and force the government to shut the place down, a tiger [[spoiler:is teleported out of its cage and made invisible by the aliens and]] kills him.

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** In "Fearful Symmetry". The WAO ('Wild Again Organization') is suspected of releasing an elephant from a zoo whose cages are too small to make the animals comfortable. It turns out that the first case it wasn't their fault. Later, when one of the WAO members breaks into the zoo with a camera to try to gather evidence of animal abuse and force the government to shut the place down, a tiger [[spoiler:is teleported out of its cage and made invisible by the aliens and]] kills him.
8th Jan '18 7:33:33 AM JCCyC
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** In "Fearful Symmetry". The WAO ('Wild Again Organization') is suspected of releasing an elephant from a zoo whose cages are too small to make the animals comfortable. It turns out that the first case wasn't their fault. Later, when one of the WAO members attempts to release a tiger to force the government to shut down the zoo, the tiger kills him.

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** In "Fearful Symmetry". The WAO ('Wild Again Organization') is suspected of releasing an elephant from a zoo whose cages are too small to make the animals comfortable. It turns out that the first case wasn't their fault. Later, when one of the WAO members attempts breaks into the zoo with a camera to release a tiger try to gather evidence of animal abuse and force the government to shut down the zoo, the place down, a tiger [[spoiler:is teleported out of its cage and made invisible by the aliens and]] kills him.
7th Jan '18 7:12:56 AM DienShihGeng
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* ''VideoGame/DeadRising2'' features an odd example in that it has a "Zombie Rights Group" which actively protests "Terror is Reality", a game show that slaughters zombies wholesale. It's easy to see why the group is upset, what with the show being blatantly disrespectful to the dead, but certain members are extremists to the point of [[spoiler:starting a second outbreak and killing survivors. One member goes so nuts that he wants to "Convert" people to undeath.]]
** Actually CURE is pretty reasonable, in fact Chuck had even gone to one of their meetings in the past. Stacey Forsythe the Nebraska CURE leader, has no objection to zombies getting put down (as long as its not in cruel fashion) she knows they are dead mentally and not coming back, her concern is for the living infected. The infected face a lifetime of struggling to get the super-expensive Zombrex which also has side-effects of making a person feel very sick. She wants a cure or barring that, better access to treatment and an improvement on the Zombrex formula. The guy who went nuts did so out of horror that the zombies were slaughtering people, including his fellow CURE members.

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* ''VideoGame/DeadRising2'' features an odd example in that it has a "Zombie Rights Group" which actively protests "Terror is Reality", a game show that slaughters zombies wholesale. It's easy to see why the group is upset, what with the show being blatantly disrespectful to the dead, but certain members are extremists to the point of [[spoiler:starting a second outbreak and killing survivors. One member goes so nuts that he wants to "Convert" people to undeath.]]
** Actually CURE is pretty reasonable, in fact Chuck had even gone to one of their meetings in the past. Stacey Forsythe the Nebraska CURE leader, has no objection to zombies getting put down (as long as its not in cruel fashion) she knows they are dead mentally and not coming back, her concern is for the living infected. The infected face a lifetime of struggling to get the super-expensive Zombrex which also has side-effects of making a person feel very sick. She wants a cure or barring that, better access to treatment and an improvement on the Zombrex formula. The guy who went nuts did so out of horror that the zombies were slaughtering people, including his fellow CURE members.
25th Dec '17 6:18:33 AM Morgenthaler
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13th Dec '17 12:59:33 PM Mooncalf
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* One episode of ''Series/DeadLikeMe'' has a group of clueless activists chain themselves to the cage of a bear used as a roadside attraction in order to raise awareness of the mistreatment. The bear manages to snag the chain and ends up killing them all, since they couldn't get away. Later, [[WhatAnIdiot another group of activists does the same thing]].
12th Dec '17 12:36:16 PM FarseerLolotea
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* In the first ''ComicBook/{{Venom}}'' volume, a SHIELD soldier standing guard over the Venom symbiote asks a coworker who in their right mind would let Eddie Brock and Mac Gargan remain bonded to it while in jail. His co-worker's answer? PETA.

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* In the first ''ComicBook/{{Venom}}'' volume, a SHIELD soldier standing guard over the Venom symbiote asks a coworker who in their right mind would let Eddie Brock and Mac Gargan remain bonded to it while in jail. His co-worker's answer? PETA.[=PETA=].



* The Dutch production ''Earthling Vegan Warrior'' is essentially this in comic-book form—with the DesignatedHero up against villains representing "the darkest yet most prominent aspects of humanity" such as [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking pollution, poaching, leather, and being omnivores]]—played in [[AuthorTract complete seriousness]]. (Predictably, it's attracted [[FanDumb the sort of fans]] who [[https://www.facebook.com/earthling.veganwarrior/photos/a.262194863970056.1073741836.227925810730295/351898351666373/?type=3&theater openly fantasize]] about [[KillAllHumans poisoning the "carnists" with belladonna]].)

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* The Dutch production ''Earthling Vegan Warrior'' is essentially this in comic-book form—with the DesignatedHero up against villains representing "the darkest yet most prominent aspects of humanity" such as [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking pollution, poaching, leather, and being omnivores]]—played in [[AuthorTract complete seriousness]]. (Predictably, it's attracted [[FanDumb the sort of fans]] who [[https://www.facebook.com/earthling.veganwarrior/photos/a.262194863970056.1073741836.227925810730295/351898351666373/?type=3&theater [[https://ibb.co/e32Q7w openly fantasize]] about [[KillAllHumans poisoning all of the "carnists" with belladonna]].nightshade]].)
25th Nov '17 5:56:05 PM LaughingGiraffe
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* ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' has a parody of this mentality in the Teddy Bear Liberation Front, whose members assault people who modify stuffed animals so that they can have sex with them.

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* ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' has a parody of this mentality in the Teddy Bear Liberation Front, whose members assault Front. The TBLF seeks out and exacts revenge on people who modify stuffed animals so that for sexual purposes. This revenge usually consists of breaking into their houses, "rescuing" any toys they can have sex with them.find, and beating the plushie-philes nearly to death.
2nd Nov '17 10:12:00 AM worldofdrakan
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* In ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'', we have Pax, a Florauna (Wildvine's species) who claims to be an alien rights activist and member of Extraterrestrials for the Ethical Treatment of Aliens. Though his methods are non-violent, they are incredibly misguided, as he is willing to release even extremely dangerous creatures from containment and shows no concern for anyone who gets hurt by them in the process.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'', we have Pax, a Florauna (Wildvine's species) who claims to be an alien rights activist and member of Extraterrestrials for the Ethical Treatment of Aliens. Though his methods are non-violent, they are incredibly misguided, as he is willing to release even extremely dangerous creatures from containment and [[KnightTemplar shows no concern for anyone who gets hurt by them in the process.process]].
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