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Defeating Terrorism is Sweet: PETA Sends Vegan Chocolates to Navy SEALS

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What better way to celebrate the death of the world’s most feared leader in terrorism than with candy?

PETA thought so too! The animal rights organization made the announcement yesterday that they would be sending their chocolate “bin Laden bites” to locally stationed SEALS in an effort to show their gratitude for all they’ve done for our country.

The chocolates, which are embossed with the head of bin Laden, were created back in 2009 after they learned Afghanistan troops were facing a chocolate shortage, and also, after they learned that bin Laden had ordered the murders of thousands of his people along with gassing his son’s two dogs for chemical testing.

Said the group’s president, Ingrid Newkirk: “The actions of our brave men and women in uniform will help prevent future suffering—for both humans and animals.”

The chocolates are available for sale on their website, along with free shipping to any military address.

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