PETA's Campaign Against Burberry Through Online Game Proves Successful
Game Featuring "Animal Avengers" Storming Burberry HQ, Gains Popularity amongst Youth
(PRWEB) April 8, 2008 --
PETA (http://www.Peta.org.uk) has taken a different approach to its anti-fur campaign against leading clothing retailers by launching an online game. The game called "Bloody Burberry" has been released on FreeOnlineGames.com (http://www.FreeOnlineGames.com) to reach out to the youth.
In the game, a player can choose an "Animal Avenger" and start the first level where the character runs around a Burberry store spraying all the fur clothing with blood! Read More
As I have mentioned before, PETA is has made it very clear that it is going to try to brainwash your kids with their agenda. They have Peta2, which is a website geared towards kids, online videos, and a point system for kids to keep track of their animal rights activities. Now they are making online games where kids are encouraged to commit vandalism. This group continues on the extremely radical path, dangerously making groups like the HSUS seem mainstream.