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    Stop Animal Abuse: Mass Strychnine Poisoning of Dogs in Bali Indonesia (Full Video)

    WARNING- FOOTAGE IN THIS LINK, CONTAINS GRAPHIC FOOTAGE OF PROLONGED, PAIN STAKING, GUT WRENCHING, METHODS OF CULLING DOGS!!!!!!!

    YET AGAIN, IT TOOK THE PUBLIC TO STOP MASS KILLINGS WITH A VERY SIMPLE INITIATIVE!!!!!!! PEOPLE WALK ON BY WHILST DOGS SUFFER IN AGONY, NO REGARD, NO RESPECT FOR ANIMAL RIGHTS!!! WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING UNDER THE INDONESIAN GOVERNMENT??? THE CATTLE, JUST ANOTHER STORY OF TORTURE!!!!

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    It's just that I have this funny objection to torturing small animals no matter how scrumptious their body parts might be. ... Our food industries are equal opportunity abusers: cows, chickens, pigs, and a special mention to those little calves who for their short, miserable lives are locked into crates too small to allow movement just so we can eat veal. ~ Ron Reagan


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    YouTube - ‪Fork Tongues & Toothless Dogs Of Shame: Selling Schapelle Corby‬‏ Fork Tongues & Toothless Dogs Of Shame: Selling Schapelle Corby
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    Absolutely lost for words. that is GUT WRENCHING to say the least, i cant believe i actually sat there and watched that entire thing i was just dumbfounded at how they can even "think" that this is the best way to fix the problem of strays. these people need to have gun shots to their heads is all i can say.

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    good on you for standing up for those who cannot stand up for themselves, and yes people need to know about things like this so they can work on changing it for the better, but can I suggest to you that a forum created specifically for dog lovers is probably not an appropriate place to post dog torture movies.

    I haven't watched it, and I don't want to.

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    You are entitled to your opinion and that is why the warning is posted and I give respect-to (your decision). It is usually the animal forums/welfare/protection where individuals have a collective power in creating change through mass numbers. There have been other threads about animal cruelty. I would like to sugarcoat the fact that the Indonesian government does not have a great impact on that of our own, but it would be a lie. In truth, the glitter of the dollar is the catalyst that keeps our government-past and present starstruck about the cruelty issues overall, animal/human.
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    Indonesia as a nation does not have an animal welfare mandate/policy that I am aware of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dan4nas View Post
    Absolutely lost for words. that is GUT WRENCHING to say the least, i cant believe i actually sat there and watched that entire thing i was just dumbfounded at how they can even "think" that this is the best way to fix the problem of strays. these people need to have gun shots to their heads is all i can say.

    A gunshot would have been a kinder option in both cattle and dogs, I guess it's to pricey for bullets and a little noisier than the cries of animals.

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    Called the Mahatma ("Great Soul"), Gandhi taught that nonviolence begins with what we eat. "To my mind," he said, "I hold that the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of man."

    In his total commitment to nonviolence, Gandhi always included the animals, stating, "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakota_Chey View Post
    You are entitled to your opinion and that is why the warning is posted and I give respect-to (your decision). It is usually the animal forums/welfare/protection where individuals have a collective power in creating change through mass numbers. There have been other threads about animal cruelty. I would like to sugarcoat the fact that the Indonesian government does not have a great impact on that of our own, but it would be a lie. In truth, the glitter of the dollar is the catalyst that keeps our government-past and present starstruck about the cruelty issues overall, animal/human.
    don't get me wrong, I am against it, I just really don't want to see dogs get hurt like that, so thanks for the warning.

    and you're right the internet is a good way to get numbers behind your cause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau View Post
    Indonesia as a nation does not have an animal welfare mandate/policy that I am aware of.
    Which is why they must have their hand forced by other countries, such as ours in whom they have a mutually monetary beneficial relationship with. I guess it just takes the people once again and the animal welfare org's to craft the change that is well overdue.

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    tbh, I actually didn't find the video that bad (at least compared to other things). Last time I watched something from an asian country it was animals being skinned alive.

    I realise the dogs are being poisoned, but why do they suddenly collapse and convulse like that? I imagine such methods are much cheaper then a bullet, and I would hazard a guess that it's far less torturous then a bullet that misses and gets lodged somewhere else (at least these dogs die FAIRLY quickly- but certainly not quickly enough!).

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