By: ali dolloso
In S.E Asia, they are still boiling alive, cats and dogs. UN Secretary – General Ban Ki Moon states “We must not fail the billions who look to the international community to fulfill the promise of the Millennium Declaration for a better world.”A better world? – To create this, stop Chinese and Koreans from deliberatly torturing animals for Dog Torture Soup! The torture for satisfaction, food and money.The Koreans love Dog Torture Soup. Dog torture soup does not belong in a world that recognizes the UN Millennium Goals. Dog torture soup was developed 2,000 years ago by a sick society based in fear, bitterness, anger and resentment.Dogs and cats DO NOT DESERVE the heinous crime of such a painful death.I have spoken to young Koreans who say, that “yes, the dogs should be killed with EXTRA PAIN because it makes the meat taste better.” These people need education. There is a sickness, in your society.Please work with UNESCO to educate young Koreans and young Chinese, that torturing animals for tasty and tender flesh, is barbaric and does not belong in the Millennium Development goals of an educated society.
. This is a mindset from 2,000 years ago when someone said dogs were sinners and deserved to be punished.
Koreans and Chinese are still boiling alive 20 million cats and dogs a year. If we are in the era of the United Nations UNESCO Education, Science, Culture then, education and science will tell you that animals feel pain like we feel, therefore the culture of torture, is wrong.
If the UN still allows this torture to and under the “Culture” Banner of UNESCO, it is as to say that culture=torture=culture=torture, just as bullfighting is legal and part of culture in some countries in Europe. We can’t let this go on for the next 2,000 years?
Another billion dogs (and cats, pigs, and chickens too) could be boiled alive.
Hundreds of thousands of people around the world are horrified at the boiling alive culture of China and Korea.
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This is the twenty-first century yet the Korean and Chinese culture still condones the practice of torture soup. We curated this article from the Care2petition site.