If she was SO concerned about a damn chicken then why all the rhetoric and allusion to it being a human being until near the end? Its propoganda! The way she spoke at the beginning was only to get the people's attention by trying to make them think she was talking about a little human girl.
Also, where was the property owner/manager to throw these idiots back out to the street? Seems awful "set-up for Youtube" to me
But then I saw this video just uploaded by “Direct Action Everywhere,” a radical vegetarian activist gang, and now I am ashamed. Ashamed to be associated with them. Ashamed that everyone I meet must think I’m some sort of anti-meat revolutionary. Ashamed that mean-spirited lunatics have hijacked my personal food preference and turned it into rallyng cry for passive-aggressive bullying.
Watch and weep, as a contingent of vegetarian fascists burst into a random restaurant in San Francisco and try to pull some kind of creepy mind-game on the bewildered diners:
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The difference between me and Direct Action Everywhere — which actually encapsulates the difference between my brand of “conservatarianism” and all types of progressivism — is that when I don’t eat meat, I don’t eat meat; but when a progressive doesn’t eat meat, she insists that nobody else eat meat either.
I don’t care what you do. But a progressive wants to boss you around.
It’s all very cutesy and pathetic when they employ juvenile attempts at emotional manipulation to get their way — but it quickly becomes brutal coercive totalitarianism when people like this get into positions of power.
To protest their protest, I may eat some chicken today. Just a nibble. To prove I’m not like the vegefascists.