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Anti-milk activists defy British authorities

PETA is dealing from the bottom of the deck in Britain, where the government’s Advertising Standards Agency has ordered the group to stop handing out anti-milk trading cards telling children they will get “acne, flatulence, obesity and excess phlegm” if their diet includes dairy products. The deputy president of Britain’s National Farmers Union called the cards “a tissue of lies” showing how “desperate” the animal-rights group has become, as well as “a callous disregard for the sensitivities of children.” Despite the ruling, PETA’s Bruce Friedrich insists the group will keep playing Three-Card Monte, saying PETA’s has changed the cards’ design. The next batch, says Friedrich, will be “even more damning and much more specific.”

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