Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Brutality → At the Zoo...
Guess where it was...? In our lovely China!
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|i am living in China and I can say Chinese have no feelings at all !!! Even for humans, even for animals .... You can live loving a people here and in one day you will see you are loving a monster in fact ! They have no love feelings for anything and for anybody , except for themself !!! I hate them !|
|ppl need to die|
|If you eat cow &pig than it shouldn't bother you. |
There's much more brutality in factory farms than in
|@ R.K. They should eat themselfs that would help their population growth status shit.|
|chinese loves to make cruelty to animals!|
|R.K I know many Chinese who would be |
repulsed and pissed at the sound of
their countries ugliest stereotype. We
all have them. I'm not keen on the
Japanese though, their stereotypes are
10 times worse than the Chinese, sick
|@R.K Now you're just being racist.|
|China/Japan has got to be the WORST |
place ever. With the WORST people ever!
I hate Chinese, all of them. They should
all just die. They are taking up the
planet. Fuck them, they kill animals for
food, I mean Cat, dogs... They kill rare
animals and think anything that has a
heart beat should be eaten.
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