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Old 04-08-2016, 05:58 PM
 
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There is an eerie silence over the matter of sport killing. It produces a stuffed head mounted on the wall. Blood sport.

What savagery!

 
Old 04-08-2016, 08:47 PM
 
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There is an eerie silence over the matter of sport killing. It produces a stuffed head mounted on the wall. Blood sport.

What savagery!
You mean "trophy hunting" that someone kills animals for fun -- killing deers or bears and hanging their heads along with rifles on the wall. Humans are hypocritical. Some are even vegetarians, thinking that eating species of remote lineage is more okay.
 
Old 04-09-2016, 03:31 AM
 
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You mean "trophy hunting" that someone kills animals for fun -- killing deers or bears and hanging their heads along with rifles on the wall. Humans are hypocritical. Some are even vegetarians, thinking that eating species of remote lineage is more okay.
Well, you do know that the doctor who shot and killed Cecil the lion had people picketing at his clinic back in the US even today?! Apparently the African authorities found him to be in the clear, but his two African guides were apprehended. His business took a huge hit, and there is a bill now in Congress to ban all American tourism that involves the trophy hunting. There are also many bills moving through various state legislatures banning certain ways that hens are kept, and how sows are allowed to nurse their piglets. American meat industries are facing real pressure to change and improve their ways of treating food animals. There are numerous anti-animal cruelty laws in all of the American states. They all, to varying degree punish people who abuse and kill/maim or otherwise hurt domestic and wild animals with heavy fines and jail time.

China doesn't even have one anti-cruelty law anywhere in the books, and its protection of endangered animals is spotty and poorly enforced. This, on top of pollution and massive degradation of the environment mean that species in China are all facing dire threat. Of course, Chinese superstitious belief in TCM drives rhino and other animals to extinction. Elephant tusks are still being used and drive the poaching of elephants. Dogs and cats are stolen by the millions and eaten by ugly Chinese peasants. Rabbits are skinned alive and left to regrow their fur for more skinning. What a beautiful country with 5000 years of splendid history and culture! The Chinese have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything but their own kins. In this 21st century of globalization, they are probably some of the the most selfish and unevolved people alive.
 
Old 04-09-2016, 05:09 AM
 
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If compassion is the complaint, blood sport for neither meat nor medicine is nothing but pure evil. No more no less.
 
Old 04-09-2016, 09:26 AM
 
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If compassion is the complaint, blood sport for neither meat nor medicine is nothing but pure evil. No more no less.
There's that too for the rich Chinese...

Big game hunting, the new sport of choice for China's tycoons: Shanghaiist

and...


http://afkinsider.com/118510/zimbabw...after-u-s-ban/
 
Old 04-09-2016, 10:49 AM
 
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Well, you do know that the doctor who shot and killed Cecil the lion had people picketing at his clinic back in the US even today?! Apparently the African authorities found him to be in the clear, but his two African guides were apprehended. His business took a huge hit, and there is a bill now in Congress to ban all American tourism that involves the trophy hunting. There are also many bills moving through various state legislatures banning certain ways that hens are kept, and how sows are allowed to nurse their piglets. American meat industries are facing real pressure to change and improve their ways of treating food animals. There are numerous anti-animal cruelty laws in all of the American states. They all, to varying degree punish people who abuse and kill/maim or otherwise hurt domestic and wild animals with heavy fines and jail time.

China doesn't even have one anti-cruelty law anywhere in the books, and its protection of endangered animals is spotty and poorly enforced. This, on top of pollution and massive degradation of the environment mean that species in China are all facing dire threat. Of course, Chinese superstitious belief in TCM drives rhino and other animals to extinction. Elephant tusks are still being used and drive the poaching of elephants. Dogs and cats are stolen by the millions and eaten by ugly Chinese peasants. Rabbits are skinned alive and left to regrow their fur for more skinning. What a beautiful country with 5000 years of splendid history and culture! The Chinese have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything but their own kins. In this 21st century of globalization, they are probably some of the the most selfish and unevolved people alive.
You sound extremely racist.
 
Old 04-09-2016, 11:35 AM
 
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You sound extremely racist.
Aye!

 
Old 04-09-2016, 02:47 PM
 
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You sound extremely racist.
Not really, if you think pointing out a country's flaw is being racist. China indeed does not have an anti-cruelty law, and the Chinese are indeed cruel to many many animals. How can the truth be racist? It hurts, but it's not racist. Maybe instead of hanging around here defending the bad behavior of the Chinese, you can start by changing some of their behavior through your own actions. When you make excuses for bad behavior, you are not part of the solution.
 
Old 04-09-2016, 03:03 PM
 
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Not really, if you think pointing out a country's flaw is being racist. China indeed does not have an anti-cruelty law, and the Chinese are indeed cruel to many many animals. How can the truth be racist? It hurts, but it's not racist. Maybe instead of hanging around here defending the bad behavior of the Chinese, you can start by changing some of their behavior through your own actions. When you make excuses for bad behavior, you are not part of the solution.
You make false generalizations based on ethnicity, which IS exactly racism.

Nobody of my entire family ever tortured any animal etc. You should apologize to us.
Or maybe animals' feelings are more important than people's feelings in your ideology? I see this a lot.
 
Old 04-09-2016, 04:41 PM
 
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You make false generalizations based on ethnicity, which IS exactly racism.

Nobody of my entire family ever tortured any animal etc. You should apologize to us.
Or maybe animals' feelings are more important than people's feelings in your ideology? I see this a lot.
Don't be ridiculous. Pigs will fly when I "apologize" to you. When you make excuses for the cruel behavior of other Chinese, you are very much part of the problem. You just don't like it when I point out the ugliness of these behaviors. Instead of the knee jerk defensiveness, why not see the problem for what it really is. China needs more people who will speak out against the old habits, not make excuses to protect them. Remember old Lu Xun and his house with no windows? He was talking about old Chinese cultural habits that were suffocating the Chinese people. China has obviously changed a great deal since then, but it still has a long way to go to become truly modern and advanced. Don't blame me for saying mean words because they are just words. If you are a real Chinese, you would work to change the Chinese for the better.

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