And just when you thought there might be hope for humans as intelligent creatures.
Don’t kill flies!–But be sure to murder thousands of defenseless men and boys–and a friendly and inoffensive puppy.
“It’s an homage of sorts to her late grandfather,”
gushes PETA offical Michael Mc Graw about the picture above.
Fine, Mr Mc Graw, here’s an excerpt from Lydia’s grandfather’s diaries:
“Kill the dog, Felix, But don’t shoot him–strangle him.” Very slowly Felix pulled out his rope, made a noose and wrapped it around the little animals neck–then he started tightening,” writes Che.
When Felix had picked him up, the puppy’s tail had been wagging happily. Naturally, as was the usual case with these men, the puppy had expected the usual petting and caresses. Now Felix grimaced as he tightened the noose on the agonized puppy. “That happy wagging of the tail turned convulsive,” writes Che. “Finally the puppy let out a smothered little yelp. It seemed a long time till the end finally came,” recounts Che. “Finally after one little spasm the puppy lay still, his little head resting over a branch.”
For some reason, Che Guevara saw fit to describe such things in loving detail