PETA President Updates Will With New Organ Bequeaths, Including Intestines To Salt Bae, Piece Of Heart To Elon Musk

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PETA President Bequeaths Her Intestines to Salt Bae in New Will

 

New York — Her intestines to Salt Bae, a piece of her trachea to the Westminster Kennel Club, and a piece of her heart to Elon Musk: These are among the bequests in PETA President Ingrid Newkirk’s newly updated last will and testament to ensure that she continues drawing attention to animal abuse and exploitation even after her death.

 

Newkirk’s original will was drafted 20 years ago after a flying scare, and because PETA has won so many victories for animals since then, it needed an overhaul.

For instance, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, to which she had left her pointer finger to serve as the “Greatest Accusation on Earth,” stopped using animals and will now receive a thumbs-up in thanks for leaving animal acts behind.

 

 

Newkirk’s updated will, filed with her attorney executor, includes the following bequests (see the full list here):

 

·    Her intestines to chef Nusret Gökçe, aka Salt Bae, to use as sausage casings in his meaty restaurants, thereby making him rethink who he serves up

·    A piece of her trachea to the Westminster Kennel Club, which promotes the breeding of breathing-impaired dog breeds, whose restricted airways leave them gasping and panting when they try to run, play, or even just walk

·    A piece of her heart to Elon Musk to clone for himself, since his cruel and deadly Neuralink brain experiments on monkeys, pigs, rats, and sheep indicate that he doesn’t have one

·    Part of her spine to cowardly trophy hunter Donald Trump Jr., who might stop trying to prove his manhood by gunning down magnificent, unthreatening, and unsuspecting animals if he had one

·    Some of her skin, cured and fashioned into a leather belt and purse, to Hermès, which has continued to use the skins of animals abused and killed in the name of fashion

·    An ear to the king of Spain, in protest of bullfighting, in which the matador often cuts off the bull’s ears as a trophy

·    One of her feet to The North Face, to give the company a kick in the behind for selling down and wool, despite claiming to be committed to making environmentally friendly clothing


 

“On his deathbed, they asked Bob Hope where he wanted to be buried and he replied, ‘Surprise me,’” says Newkirk. “In my case, when I die, I will hope to keep right on surprising those who harm animals, provoking conversation about speciesism, and campaigning against animal abuse.”

 

Other directions from her original will remain, including frying up her flesh (with onions) for a human barbecue and sawing off her other foot for an umbrella stand, like the elephant-foot ones she saw when growing up in India. Also included are burying another piece of her heart at Germany’s Hockenheim racetrack—as Newkirk is a lifelong Formula 1 fan—and sending Bruno and Rupert, the teddy bears she’s had since she was a baby, to an orphanage in India.

 

PETA—whose motto reads, “Animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way”—opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview. For more information, please visit PETA.org, listen to The PETA Podcast, or follow the group on TwitterFacebook, or Instagram.

Editor’s Note: Staten Islander News reached out to PETA to verify that these would be literal organ pieces mailed to celebrities in dry ice, with a note attached.  So, after the death of PETA’s president, you might see the following headlines: 

“Salt Bae Receives Sausages Made With PETA President’s Intestines In Package At His House, With Dry Ice And Note”

“Elon Musk Finds Package On Doorstep With PETA President’s Heart Complete With Veins, Blood, Packed In Dry Ice With Laminated Note”

“Ringling Bros., Now Friend Of PETA,  Receives Severed Hand With Rigormortized Thumbs Up Of Former PETA President, Packed In Dry Ice With Laminated Note”

Banner Image: Heart on fire. Image Credit – Marek Piwnicki

 


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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world, and PETA entities have more than 9 million members and supporters globally. PETA opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview, and focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: in laboratories, in the food industry, in the clothing trade, and in the entertainment business. We also work on a variety of other issues, including the cruel killing of rodents, birds, and other animals who are often considered “pests” as well as cruelty to domesticated animals. PETA works through public education, investigative newsgathering and reporting, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns.

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