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lundi 6 juin 2016

TRISTE YULIN..LE MASSACRE AURA BIEN LIEU

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 LE FESTIVAL DE YULIN AURA DONC BIEN LIEU.

 



 NORMAL LES HUMAINS SONT DE PLUS EN PLUS BARBARES ET FRUSTRES PAR LEURS VIES RIDICULES ALORS IL FAUT BIEN QU' ILS BAFFRENT ET SE VENGENT DE LEURS ECHECS SUR DES ETRES SANS DEFENSE, C' EST TELLEMENT FACILE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 JE NE SAVAIS PAS QUE CE FESTIVAL EST EN FAIT RECENT DATE DE 2010 
BREF.. SI TRISTE DE PENSER QUE TOUS NOS EFFORTS N' AURONT SERVI A RIEN ET QUE DES CENTAINES (MILLIERS PROBABLE)  DE CHIENS  ET DE CHATS  PERIRONT ET SOUFFRIRONT SOUS LES MAINS D' ETRES IGNOBLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 IL Y A TOUT DE MEME UN PROGRES CAR LE GVT SE DESENGAGE ET LA BAS ILS CONTINUENT DE LUTTER CONTRE...
 ET LES ACTIVISTES  CONSTRUISENT DES FICHIERS PROUVANT QUE LA PLUPART DE CES CHIENS SONT VOLES.... ET ENQUETENT SUR LA PROVENANCE (DONNEE PAR LES VENDEURS ET QUI S' AVERENT INEXACTES..)   DES ELEVAGES DE CHIENS...

 GARDONS ESPOIR IL LE FAUT BIEN

The summer solstice is rapidly approaching, and with it, the infamous Yulin Dog Meat Festival, in which tens and thousands of cats and dogs are slaughtered for the purpose of making traditional summer dishes. While dog meat has been consumed in China, especially Southern China, for centuries, the practice is on the wane across much of the nation.
Not in Yulin, however, where even international outrage — including from within China — has not stopped a nightmarish annual festival (if you’re curious of what goes on in Yulin, you can see photos, but be warned that they are extremely graphic).
As residents of the region drink lychee wine and prepare a variety of meat dishes, the world is watching, and it’s raising complicated questions about cultural traditions, ethics and even public health.
Though the practice of consuming dog and cat meat may date back hundreds of years, the Dog Meat Festival is actually a fairly recent development, first appearing in 2010. Tens of thousands of dogs and cats are hauled to Yulin for the festival, where they’re sold both live and butchered to people who want to prepare their meat to celebrate the onset of summer.
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