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Is it Cannibalism Yet?

sirden Wrote: May 14, 2012 6:23 AM
Why don't we all cut the b-s, just admit which country is the lowest-criminal-filth of the planet, Which might result in saving the US economy. Stop importing from corrupt-criminal-filth-waste China ! Here's why: Inside the Dog, Cat Meat Market in China March-9-2010 Dogs bark and 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, a city in southern 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, including dog soup, dog steak, dog with tofu and
sirden Wrote: May 14, 2012 6:26 AM
more. In the kitchen, the chef chops up meat for dog hot pot, one of the more popular dishes. Most customers like it spicy.

"Dog meat is good for your health and metabolism," explains Li, the hostess "In the summer it helps you sweat."

Eating dog meat is a long-standing culinary tradition not just in China, but also Korea. Cat meat can be found on the menu in China, Vietnam and even parts of South America.

In China They “Boiled Alive Cat” Prepared, Served 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"
sirden Wrote: May 14, 2012 6:30 AM
"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, and Buries Alive 50,000 Dogs in 5 Days

Another Mass Dog Slaughter in China to Control Rabies,2933,207071,00.html

China Rabies Outbreak Triggers Second Dog Cull

There is an undeniable progression from bad to worse in the culture of death. Or, to paraphrase Dostoevsky, who was paraphrasing Jesus of Nazareth, “All things are possible to those who don’t believe.” Therefore, just when it seems we’ve seen man at his worst, a new example of his wickedness arises and reminds us that we haven’t seen anything yet.

Case in point—the news that certain citizens in China, no doubt numbed to the evil of abortion by their country’s one-child policy, have literally begun to place the corpses of aborted children in refrigerators in homes. From there, the...