Feces, Fetuses, Etc.
Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 9:42 pm | Permanent Link
by Dr. William Pierce.
“In addition to this general inability to sympathize with animals, the Chinese do have their peculiar culinary habits and their peculiar notions about diet. The consequence is that cats and dogs intended to be eaten or skinned are treated in an almost unbelievably inhumane manner. The cats generally are strangled or drowned before being skinned, so as not to damage the fur. Some dogs, who do not have a cat’s ability to inflict damage on their tormentors with their claws, are actually skinned alive. And there is the Chinese gourmet’s peculiar notion that the more painful a death the animal suffers, the more tender and tasty is the meat. So, to please the customer, a dog or cat will be selected from a cage in a restaurant, then taken into the kitchen to have all its bones broken before it is slaughtered. The customer, seated at his table, can enjoy the screams of agony coming from the kitchen as he awaits his meal.”
For the audio version of this article, go [Here] and scroll down to 05-05-2001.