9 thoughts on “Boycott

  1. Fully on-board, Mark. Thanks for highlighting this. Trouble is we don’t always know when we’re inadvertently supporting these countries. They’re so entrenched in our economy, merchandise, food, etc. Well, will do what I can. What kind of horrible mind could be so profoundly cruel?!!!

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  2. We are next,

    I wouldn’t be surprised if these countries are feeding it’s people political prisoners , just like the dogs.

    I wouldn’t put it past Hillary

  3. Not sure if I understand this correctly…The people of these nations intentionally torture dogs? For what purpose?
    Are the dog’s capitalist Spys or something? Before we all jump on this boycott bandwagon, I invite you all to watch an investigative program that’s several years old, done by RT…It’s called “Atomic Mom”. Years later, I am still haunted by the American woman’s description of what she did for OUR government.

    http://atomicmom.org

    Not sure if you can find it online…it’s worth your time.

  4. What? No Laos and Cambodia? but anyway, have known about eating dogs for many years in these countries (and when Andrew Zimmern was in Vietnam I think he actually ate dog meat in Ho Chi Mihn City (formerly Saigon). And on another show two years ago they had a show about eating rats…someone from Cambodia went into Vietnam selling rat meat…and yep, they worship rats in India as well as cows…and these Asian folks think WE are weird for eating squirrels, deer, possum… I wouldn’t eat a dog or cat even if I was starving. I just love dogs and cats (who eat rats and mice, no?) too much.

    1. IT ONLY TAKES ONE TIME OF WATCHING A POSSUM WALK OUT OF A BLOATED DEER CARCASS TO BREAK YOU FROM “EATIN POSSUM”….LMAO!!!!!!

      1. Or several of them running out of a dead cow. It’s been fifty years, but it made a lasting impression on me.

  5. i’d prefer to boycott those countries for using slave labor to undercut american factory jobs and paying lobbyists here to give tax incentives to export our jobs over there and giving sweet trade deals for importing their crap.

    i don’t think people should eat wild atlantic salmon but i wouldn’t boycott denmark…..

    1. Sure, face down whatever injustice one can, but in this particular case, I think it’s about the cruel method of skinning and boiling ALIVE. Unnecessarily cruel and torturous.

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