Sunday, March 8, 2009
Saturday, March 7, 2009
Monday, March 2, 2009
Did you ever see a real red sea?
Mass slaughter of Dolphins. Just for fun, to prove themselves. To prove that they are tough guys. In fact there are no words that can tell this story. So for those with some strong nerves, look to the awful pictures.
When the dolphin whales get close to Denmark’s Faroe Islands it is a day of celebration. Schools close and the children come to the beach with their parents. The people dress in traditional costume, and are eager to receive the cetaceans.
The dolphin whales arrive in groups, there are many females with their young. They are sociable animals, they are curious and they are not afraid of humans. It’s the great autumn festival for the islanders. The motor boats urge the whales into the bay which is not deep.
Then they come close up with 2 kilo harpoons that are used many times on the flesh of the animal until it is immobilized. The Faroe Island executioners can then pull out the blades and cut up live fat and flesh to get through the spinal chord. The young Danes applaud while the whales cry out. Didn’t you know? Whales cry out like humans when they are being butchered. The water takes on a beautiful color of red blood. 2,000 whales are dragged onto the shore by the
courageous inhabitants of the Faroe Islands so that they can be left to agonize. Most of them rot and are thrown back into the sea.
This is an act of cruelty towards animals that only get close to them to play
Sunday, March 1, 2009
Paid for 600$-1000$, you can get a baby soup which is 6 month old also. They said this kind of soup is good for health.
I think we can safely say that the Chinese as a people do not routinely eat babies or fetuses; nor do Jews, Christians, witches, aborigines or any other groups accused of doing so over the centuries. There’s simply no proof of it. There has never been. What the historical record shows is that the allegation has surfaced time and time again as an ethnic and religious slur.
The claim that baby or fetus eating is an accepted practice in China (or Thailand, or Japan, or Korea, or Israel, as other variants of this same rumor claim) is more or less a modernized version of an ancient legend known as “Blood Libel.” It has typically taken the form of one culture accusing another (or a subculture) of ritually sacrificing infants and in some cases eating them. The Greeks accused the Jews of it, the Romans accused the Christians, Christians
accused the Jews again, and so on throughout history.Folklorists say the driving forces behind such legends are ignorance, xenophobia (fear of other peoples and creeds) and/or one culture projecting upon another its misgivings about unsettling moral trends at home. One might
speculate in the present case, for example, that the spread of horror stories in the West about the crass use of fetuses as food in Asia is fueled by qualms about the practice of abortion and the so-called “cannibalization” of fetal tissue for scientific research in our own countries. There are few more emotionally charged issues in modern life.
In any case, it’s hard to tell (and under dispute) whether the horrific photographs circulating via email since December 2000 are real or fake. We do know because we found documentation on them at a site called Chinese-Art.com that they were created by a conceptual artist named Zhu Yu, who exhibited them at an underground art show after they were rejected as too controversial by curators of the Shanghai 2000 Bienniale. In the piece, which he called “Eating
People,” a serious of photographs indeed appears to show Zhu cooking and eating a human baby or fetus. For those who haven’t seen them and aren’t too squeamish to take a peek, here are two examples from this postmodern masterpiece collected from forwarded emails:
The artist himself, whose past accomplishments include an opus entitled “Canned Human Brains,” has claimed in interviews that he used real aborted fetuses stolen from a medical school to create “Eating People” and that he actually cooked and ate them “for art’s sake.”
It’s true, to the point of being a cliché, as a matter of fact, that avant-garde artists will do anything to shock the public, so we have to acknowledge the possibility that Zhu Yu is telling the truth — that he actually did cook and eat human fetuses. On the other hand, works of “performance art” are often strictly that — performances — and it has been argued that Zhu could have easily constructed his “fetuses” out of doll parts and animal carcasses, pretended to consume them in front of the cameras and made tongue-in-cheek statements to the press to convince everyone the exhibition was real.
That’s a theory I’m inclined to agree with, because, frankly, if Zhu were telling the truth he’d probably be serving jail time. There’s no reason to suppose China is any more tolerant of cannibalism than the rest of the world, and indeed the fact that Zhu’s work was refused for an official exhibition bears that out. Plus, by his own admission, the fetuses Zhu allegedly cooked and ate were obtained illegally.
In early 2001, a Malaysian tabloid published some of the photos along with a story alleging that one Taiwanese restaurant’s signature dish contains meat from human infants. Taiwan government officials demanded an immediate retraction, another indication that baby eating is not particularly well-accepted by the Chinese.