CHINA 

Are you proud to be a Chinese? 

您是否是自豪地是中国人?

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 The heartlessness of the fur industry and the people who so carelessly use fur in "fashion" is truly sickening. Animals on fur farms sometimes are suffocated or anally electrocuted or have their necks broken. Some are even skinned alive. Seriously, look at this, taken at a real fur farm:

Something else that's sick is someone who makes a promise to stop using fur in her designs and then continues to use and sell fur. Donna Karan, the chief designer behind the DKNY brand, is that someone. Please politely let Karan know that you will not support any of her clothing lines until she makes the compassionate decision to go fur-free for good.

Please forward this to all your friends in behalf of the rabbits, foxes, chinchillas, raccoon dogs, and other animals killed for their fur. They don't have a voice—they need ours.

PS. China is not better than Greece - Just clink  Here!  


Volunteers Celebrate Saving 500 Cats from Meat Trade.

Volunteers in China are weary but grateful as they provide care for 500 cats rescued rescued from the meat trade. These cats were saved by chance when a police officer pulled the vehicle over in the city of Xuzhou after noticing it had out-of-town license plates. Office Sun, who had been doing routine inspections along the roadway, began investigating when he heard crying coming from the back of a large agricultural vehicle. The driver told him that he was carrying rabbits, but when the office inspected the burlap bags in the back of the truck, he found hundreds of cats struggling for air and severely dehydrated. A long standoff ensued as word went out to local animal rescue volunteers who began negotiating for the release of the cats. Although they had no legal standing to seize the animals, they refused to let the vehicle continue on. Haggling for custody of the cats stretched well into evening before the driver finally agreed to accept the equivalent of $800 for the cats. Xuzhou Animal Rescuer Centre now has 1,000 animals in their shelter after this mass intervention. Some volunteers are reportedly getting ill from exhaustion, working around the clock for the cats, but they are determined to bring peace to these survivors. While some of the cats are settling in, others are still petrified of human contact. Their recovery will be long and the adoption process painstakingly slow.


Hi Bent,

I saw ur work on http://www.animallover.dk  & I wanted to say thank you for all the work that u’ve done to try & save animals from cruelty from across the world. The information is so graphic & heart-wrenching that I cudnt watch all of it. I still cant figure out what the Chinese are made up of. They can inflict such torturous treatments on dumb animals without the flinch of a muscle. Do they have a heart or atleast a conscience.
Well, if they don’t want to do anything about it then I think the rest of the world must intervene. Even I am trying to file as many petitions on as many sites as possible to get the required attention. I am going to write to all those diplomats, ambassadors who represent our Indian democracy elsewhere to try & put an end to this. I was wondering if I cud write to you, in case I need info on something.
All the best for ur missions, Bent. Take care.
Thanx
Denny George

Dear Bent,
The more than 2 million cats and dogs slaughtered for their fur each year in China can't tell their own story. It's the shameful secret that those in the international fur trade do their best to hide.

Cats and dogs in China – more than 2 million individual animals this year alone – will be killed for their fur. Animals like the ones we share our homes with as beloved family members are being routinely abused and slaughtered for their fur.

This cold fact has been witnessed repeatedly by investigators from PETA Asia and independent animal protection organisations around the world.
The animals suffering in these markets can't tell their own story, so I'll relay to you just some of what PETA Asia investigators have documented:
"Workers stuffed hundreds of terrified animals into cages to make the trip to the Chinese animal markets. No food or water was provided." "The cages were packed so full that the animals couldn't move inside. And dying or dead animals were packed in with the living."

"When they arrived at the market, the cages were tossed 10 feet from the tops of the trucks to ground below, shattering the bones of the fearful animals inside."

"At the market, the killing methods used shocked even our most seasoned investigators – bludgeoning and even skinning the animals while they were still alive!"
All these horrors take place so that someone can have a fur coat or fur trim on a hat. It's outrageous and must be stopped.

Thank you for everything that you do for animals.  22.November 2011

Kind regards,
Ingrid E Newkirk
Founder

Friday 15.april 2011

The Chinese animal welfare organization 'China Animal Protection Association' rescued More than 500 dogs from being butchered. It writes dagbladet.no

The many dogs were on the road in a truck convoy to a slaughterhouse in the city of Changchun in the eastern Jilin province in China.
But in the middle of a highway in the city jingha near Beijing, the convoy stopped the 500 dogs. And after several negotiations with the truckers were the dogs' fate is quite different from ending up as human consumption.
Many of the dogs were sick and exhausted, when the convoy was stopped.
There has for the last few months has been similar actions in several places in China, and actions have caused great debate in China. According to unconfirmed rumors had animal welfare organization shall have been forced to pay large sums to get the dogs provided.
Meanwhile, the debate about eating dog meat have flared up again in China, where dog meat has long been commonplace eat.
 
I am almost certain that the reason for the Chinese language sure sounds awful,
is that they often eat live dogs.
The sound of a tortured dog, hardly distinguishable from their language.
 

 
Dog Transport by Aeroplane?
When the plane takes off at 300 mph, all the poor dogs will be pushed back inside the plane.

Hi Bent,

In China, bears are farmed for their bile, which is used in traditional Chinese medicine. The bears are housed in coffin-size cages and the bile is extracted through a tube implanted in their gall bladders.
Tell the China's Shenzhen Stock Exchange not to condone animal cruelty. »
Bears farmed for their bile suffer immensely, Many get infections and liver cancer, and they typically only live 5 years compared with 25 years in the wild.
Now, the Gui Zhen Tang Pharmaceutical Corporation, which produces bear bile, wants inclusion in the Shenzheng Stock Exchange. 

 
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/236/430/715/?z00m=19946651
 
Allowing this company into the stock exchange will send a message that bear bile farming is okay: We can't let that happen.
Urge the Shenzhen Stock Exchange not to allow the Gui Zhen Tang Pharmaceutical Corporation into their exchange. »
Thanks for taking action!
Kayla
ThePetitionSite

Target: Chinese Government
Sponsored by: a chinese citizen

Liu Xiaobo, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate for year 2010, was sentenced to 11 years of prison on December 25th 2009 under the name of 'inciting subversion' because of his initiation of 'Charter 08' which calls for democracy and protection of human rights in China.

The sentence is unacceptable and illegitimate, as it's completely against fundamental human rights and China's constitution.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 19 states that:"Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers."

According to Chinese Constitution Article 35, the freedoms of expression and publishing are protected as well:"The citizens of China enjoy freedom of expression, publishing, assembly, association, manifestation and demonstration."

Liu Xiaobo has been fighting for democracy and human rights for more than 20 years, and has been put into prison for many times. He is a beacon for those who are striving for the political progress in China, and those who are living in the dark.

Please join the petition, voice your support, to urge the Chinese government to release Liu Xiaobo immediately. lessLiu Xiaobo, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate for year 2010, was sentenced to 11 years of prison on December 25th 2009 under the name of 'inciting subversion' because of his initiation of 'Charter 08' which calls for democracy and protection of human rights in China.

The sentence is unacceptable and illegitimate, as it's completely against fundamental human rights and China's constitution.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 19 states that:"Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers."

According to Chinese Constitution Article 35, the freedoms of expression and publishing are protected as well:"The citizens of China enjoy freedom of expression, publishing, assembly, association, manifestation and demonstration."

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I sent the letter below to the Danish China embassy: 

From: Bent Bay [mailto:bentbay@privat.dk]
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2007 11:21 AM
To: mail@chinaembassy.dk
Subject: Help the animals in China
Can´t you do anything about all this?
Bent Bay
 
我在回归收到了这则消息“取消预订”! 什么样的中国蠢货送回此?

I got this message in return "Unsubscribe"! What kind of chinese idiot sent this back?

 

中国人民是最坏的动物在世界上!

Chinese people is the worst animals in the world!