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    Animal Abuse in China


    indy v4.2

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    Animal Abuse in China

    Post  indy v4.2 on Thu Sep 15, 2011 3:18 pm

    A friend showed me this video documenting animal rights abuse in China, which is absolutely horrifying. To be honest, I didn't even watch the whole thing, I had to shut it off half way.

    Here's the video:

    There's a petition you can sign, and there's also a fund you can donate to. I have no clue how reputable this organization is, but I may donate a little some money after doing some research. I did sign the petition, as it's really quick and easy.

    Sideways Koray

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    Re: Animal Abuse in China

    Post  Sideways Koray on Thu Sep 15, 2011 3:49 pm

    The end of the video is easily the most disgusting thing I've ever seen. Man I really wish I didn't watch that. :-(



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    Re: Animal Abuse in China

    Post  Thor on Thu Sep 15, 2011 10:00 pm

    Sorry, there's no way I'm gonna watch that video, whatever it is. I hate animal abuse.
    Kwisatz Haderach

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    Re: Animal Abuse in China

    Post  Kwisatz Haderach on Sat Sep 17, 2011 4:34 am

    Would you believe that humans have skinned other humans alive like that,in places such as Central Africa and Afghanistan within the last 10 years?

    A couple of times I've visited China and although I didn't witness the skinning of animals I did see Cats (and all sorts of other moving creatures) crammed into unbelievably tiny cages in markets, along with other examples of how pretty much anything that moves is seen as a potential food stuff or a potential resource to be skinned or boiled down or whatever. And then we have the eye raising attitude to fellow human life by the Chinese state. In some ways it is changing through, albeit on a tiny scale. For example, it has become fashionable amongst the middle classes to own dogs as 'pets' now, which is an improvement beyond eating or skinning them. But as I say, even the way humans are treated by the state authoritys leaves a lot to be desired there by itself.

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