Monday, May 30, 2016


I have friends in South Korea, good Christians, highly educated people. But somewhere in China and in South Korea, there are savages who love to torture, to cause pain, to incur the greatest suffering and hear the animals shriek in agony.

Andrea Sporkert
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Chilseong Market in Daegu, Gyeongsangbukdo-province ... This place is a "Hell on Earth" Also known as 'Dog meat alley'.It's time the South Korean government stop turning a blind eye on this illegal and cruel industry and enforce their Animal Protection Law.. ‪#‎maomaosmovementonfb‬ PETITIONS BELOW

This market along with Moran Market are responsible for innocent (man's best friends) in cages after cages waiting for the heartless customers to order them to be slaughtered on the spot by electrocution, hanging, beating,...and thrown into boiling water sometimes while they are still alive. Dogs are being killed in full view of other dogs terrified in cages, in public and in broad daylight. 2 million dogs are tortured and slaughtered every year because of the greed of dog eaters and the dog meat industry. #maomaosmovementonfb


① No one shall commit the following acts toward animals: 
1. Act of killing by brutal methods, such as hanging 
2. Act of Killing in public or in another animal's presence
Article 2, Item 1 of Korea's Livestock Product Sanitary Control Act which governs the raising, slaughter and disposal of livestock and the processing, distribution and inspection of livestock products, does not categorize dogs as a livestock that can be processed as food which makes dog meat technically illegal.
According to the Livestock Safety Management Act, slaughterhouses must slaughter animals they are registered to handle. And these slaughterhouses are not registered to slaughter dogs because dogs are not subject to slaughter under this law.
An official from the Ministry of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries stated, "To conduct research of exact status and to regulate the industry, dog must be classified as edible livestock in the Livestock sanitation and management law. However, because of the strong opposition from the animal protection organizations and some citizens, we are not able to implement this plan and as for now, we do not have ways to crack down on this industry."



Phyllis Carter - HORROR !

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