PETA BARBECUES NAKED GIRL TO SHOW THAT MEAT IS MURDER
DID you see in
Manchester or in Liverpool a member of PETA getting slather herself
with barbecue sauce?
Well it happened in Manchester and in
Liverpool city centres. PETA campaign coordinator Lauren Bowey said
that:- "We wanted to celebrate National Barbeque Week by
holding our own 'human barbeque'!
If people are
revolted by it, they should also lose their appetites at the thought
of eating any animal's corpse.
When you smell
them cooking, you can't tell the difference."
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ROYAL NAVY'S FLEET FLAGSHIP MAKES FOR THE MERSEY
THE UK’s Fleet
Flagship will take pride of place in the heart of Liverpool this
weekend as she sails in for a four day visit from 6 June to 9 June
2008. The 20,000 tonne Invincible Class aircraft carrier HMS
Ark Royal will sail up the River Mersey for the first time in the
ship’s 23 year history on Friday and berth alongside the Cruise
Liner Terminal. And the 600 men and women of her crew are
looking forward to welcoming a number of visitors on board during
their stay. Members of the general public will get a
chance to step on board one of the Royal Navy’s largest warships
when Ark Royal opens her gangway on Saturday, 7 June 2008 from 10am
to 4pm. Visitors will get the opportunity to learn more about life
on the ocean waves. Admission is free. And as well as
members of the public, the ship will host visits from a number of
other groups such as Crosby Air Training Corps, the Mersey Naval and
Maritime Society and local schools including Millfields Primary and
Monksdown Primary. Whilst alongside in Liverpool, on Sunday 8
June 2008, about half of the ship’s company will travel over to
Leeds; the ship’s affiliated city. HMS Ark Royal was granted the
Freedom of Entry into the City in October 1973, and the crew will be
exercising their right to march through the streets of Leeds.
HMS Ark Royal is currently supporting Operational Flying Training,
having recently completed a number of amphibious training exercises
in Norway and America. As the Fleet Flagship, HMS Ark Royal has the
ability to support a diverse range of tasks, from high intensity
combat to humanitarian relief operations. The ship is the UK’s high
readiness Landing Platform Helicopter (LPH) and Command Platform, at
short notice to deploy to any of the world’s current trouble spots.
HMS Ark Royal’s Commanding Officer, Captain Mike Mansergh, said:-
“We are delighted to have the opportunity to pay a visit to
Liverpool. The Royal Navy has always received a warm welcome from
the city and the ship’s company is very excited about their visit
here. HMS Ark Royal is ready in all respects to deploy
anywhere in the world to support a wide range of missions, and we
are training hard to stay at the highest levels of operational
readiness. We remain committed to maintaining an insurance policy
ready to react to any problem world-wide.” HMS Ark Royal is currently operating in the Commando Carrier role,
configured to carry Sea King, Chinook and Lynx helicopters, and up
to 400 Royal Marines, which together provide a powerful amphibious
force. HMS Ark Royal has the ability to support a diverse range of
tasks, from high intensity combat to humanitarian relief operations.
One of three Invincible Class aircraft carriers, these ships have a
number of different roles, based on the type of aircraft and the
embarked force carried. Principally the ships carry Harrier Jets,
designed to strike deep inland in support of Land Forces.