PETA Tried to Guilt People on International Sushi Day, But Community Notes Sliced and Diced It Instead

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is one of the most vocal opponents of humans adopting a carnivorous — or even omnivorous — diet, if not the most vocal opponent.
Part of PETA’s aggressive campaign is an all-out social media attack that typically follows one of two strategies:
1. “Look at how great it is to eat leaves/roots/bugs.”
2. An all-out attack on your conscience and emotions.

A recent example of Strategy No. 2 came on Tuesday when a social media post from the nonprofit organization took a stab at International Sushi Day, which is June 18.
“He doesn’t belong on your plate,” the post said.

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