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What has communism to do with this? You don’t think capitalists are cruel too? Get your mission straight of you need to make an important point. Animal Cruelty is dreadful, political stance is an irrelevance to that.
Go make your fucking research what happens to animals in communist China before talking to me. Also why do you think i sympathies with capitalists ? Politics are philosophy! Politics are a way of life and politics teach people and the community what is moral and what is not. I am sick and tired of talking politics here. Communist have a lot to do with it. If you don`t like my statement go somewhere fucking else.
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Justice For Pet Dog, Brutally Killed By Police, Langzhong, China!!
On 4th March 2014, police in Langzhong City, Sichuan, China, brutally killed a pet dog belonging to a homeless man. The killing was for no reason at all and is totally unacceptable. The dog was still chained when the police forcefully removed it from it’s owner who could do nothing but watch while his companion was beaten to death with sticks and shovels in front of him. The police later issued a statement defending their actions, saying that the dog’s presence might have posed a threat to human safety but this just shows the ignorance and cruelty involved in their actions and sh …
PLEASE SIGN THIS! THIS IS ULTIMATELY DISGUSTING! WHAT IS WRONG WITH THOSE PEOPLE?! I HOPE THERE IS KARMA, AND I HOPE THEY SUFFER FOR WHAT THEY DID. DISGUSTING FUCKING COMMUNISTS.
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Images like this were too controversial for an Oakland gallery.
Images that were part of an exhibit of art by Palestinian children in the Gaza Strip. The images were supposed to be shown at the Museum of Children’s Art in Oakland, but the show, entitled A Child’s View from Gaza, was cancelled on September 8.
The Berkeley-based Middle East Children’s Alliance stated in a news release that “there was a concerted effort by pro-Israel organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area to pressure the museum to reverse its decision to display Palestinian children’s art.”