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State Department Says Chinese Dissident Chen En Route to U.S.

rahgoo Wrote: May 20, 2012 5:07 AM
The free world must thank the hero Chen for his attempt to bring down a Chinese dictatorship that has kept its 1.3 billion people in rags and chains. Let us hope that he will be the spark that sets off a civil war. Countless millions might have to die before the Chinese people can eat more than fish heads and rice.
heren Wrote: May 20, 2012 6:03 AM
Inside the Dog and Cat Meat Market in China


Dogs bark-whine behind high chain-link fences, some of them gnawing the wire so hard they bleed at the mouths, while cats packed into crowded cages cower in fear if anyone approaches.

This isn't a pet store, it's a meat market in Guangzhou China, where eating cats and dogs is common practice.

At the Han River Dog Meat Restaurant in central Guangzhou, diners can choose from a long list of menu items, dog; soup, steak, with tofu, more.

In the kitchen the chef chops up meat for dog hot pot a popular dish most customers like spicy.

In China They “Boiled Alive Cat” Prepared, Served
heren Wrote: May 20, 2012 6:04 AM
In Guangzhou Restaurants

"Express" reporter also discovered in an interview:

To guarantee the freshness of the cat meat most c-m-restaurants have adopted "live cooked cat" "beating", and similar methods of "torturing", "slaughtering live cats."

"The more "suffering", the better the taste."

it ensures that the blood is fully soaked into the flesh, that the flavor of the cat-meat tastes great,"

said a Chinese cat-meat-restaurant employee !

Chinese County Clubs to Death on the Streets, Hangs, Electrocutes, Buries Alive 50,000 Dogs in 5 Days

Another Mass Dog Slaughter in China to Control Rabies
heren Wrote: May 20, 2012 6:08 AM,2933,207071,00.html

China Rabies Outbreak Triggers Second Dog Cull

Inside the Dog and Cat Meat Market in Guangzhou China
rahgoo Wrote: May 20, 2012 2:22 PM
It took a courageous blind man to shove his cane up the butts of China`s leaders. Chen visions that they will be turned into Chop Suey or Chow Mein and served in U.S. take out restaurants. But the loyal Chinese people have faith in their leaders; they believe that one day only cattle will be on the menu instead of cats and dogs.

Blind human rights activist Chen Guangcheng, whose escape from house arrest last month shook U.S.-Chinese relations, has left his native country on a flight bound for the United States.

"We can confirm that Chen Guangcheng, his wife and two children have departed China and are en route to the United States so he can pursue studies at an American university," State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said in a statement. "We are looking forward to his arrival in the United States later today. We also express our appreciation for the manner in which we were able to resolve this matter...