BOYCOTT THE EUROVISION SONG CONTEST! AND SAVE ANIMALS LIVES!
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BOYCOTT THE EUROVISION SONG CONTEST!

BOYCOTT THE EUROVISION SONG CONTEST! AND SAVE ANIMALS LIVES!

    1. David Dillon
    2. Petition by

      David Dillon

      Dorset, United Kingdom

THE REALITY OF THE SONG CONTEST.
The Eurovision Song Contest is costing the lives of hundreds of thousands cats and dogs that have roamed the countries for many years. This problem belongs to Azerbaijan and not the rest of Europe. Why wait to host a major event to sort their problem. It not only taints the contest that I for one have no problem with. I have been in contact with the European Broadcasting Union and they just brush it under the table so now I have a problem with the contest and will badger the organizers as I hope you will do also.
These animals are being shot, stabbed bludgeoned with just about anything that is to hand and left to crawl off bleeding to death in pain.
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    1. Reached 2,500 signatures
    2. Nothing has improved.

      David Dillon
      Petition Organizer

      Nothing has improved animals are still being slaughtered in their thousands.
      I have written to Sir Paul McCartney, Engelbert Humperdinck, Ingrid Deltenre The Director General of Unio Europeenne de Radio-Television and a few other people involved in the Eurovision Song contest but to no avail. No one has had the decency to reply even.
      I feel I'm fighting a loosing battle where the victims are the voiceless.
      We need a miracle here only you the members can force one. Please get all your family and friends to join and ask them to do the same. Also if you could post the link on your Facebook or any other site then pleaes do.
      Kind regards a desperate Dave.

    3. 2086 Signatures to date but still a long way off.

      David Dillon
      Petition Organizer

      We have collected 2086 signatures to date but I'm afraid if we are to prevent thousands more dogs and cats slaughtered on the streets for this song contest then we must do much better. Please give just a few seconds of your valuable time and help let these animals survive.

    4. Reached 2,000 signatures
    5. Continued from below.

      David Dillon
      Petition Organizer

      The EBU is an association of public service media organizations. We promote cooperation between broadcasters and facilitate the exchange of audiovisual content. While the EBU is very concerned about the issues that have taken place concerning animals in Baku in the last years it is not within our scope to take on issues concerning animal rights.

      There are many organizations that are using the Eurovision Song Contest to highlight their causes. This, of course, is natural as the international spotlight is on the host country exposing them to much scrutiny. This spotlight often brings up issues before unearthed which we believe is good. Situations in many host countries over the years with various social and political backdrops have changed because of this global attention. The Eurovision Song Contest however remains true to its apolitical spirit. It has done so for the over 56 years and the success of this cross-border event which units millions can largely be attributed to this.

    6. More support needed to stop this slaughter.

      David Dillon
      Petition Organizer

      I emailed the EBU regarding the slaughter of animals on the streets of Azerbaijan and to be honest I'm not very impressed with their reply. If you have any thoughts to push this action along then please contact me through the cause as time is running out for many thousands of cats, dogs and any other animal that is deemed to be littering the streets creating a bad image of the country to those attending a song contest.
      Any help at this time would be much appreciated
      Regards Dave Dillon.

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      Dear Mr. Dillon,

      I thank you for writing to the European Broadcasting Union expressing your concerns on the issues concerning animals in Baku.

      The EBU is an association of public service media organizations. We promote cooperation between broadcasters and facilitate the exchange of audiovisual content. While the EBU is very concerned about the issues that have taken place concerning animals in Baku

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    • Christine Matte LACHINE, CANADA
      • over 2 years ago

      For the poor defenseless animals...this is HORRIFFIC....these sick monsters should all be tortured and killed

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    • Steve Wood DARTFORD, UNITED KINGDOM
      • over 2 years ago

      Eurovision song contest is an obsolete abomination to music . It ceased being relevant to modern music years ago. To learn that this rubbish is responsible for the suffering of animals defies reason.

      Using a piss poor TV show as an excuse to harm animals says a lot about the people running the TV shows and of the non caring nature of those brainwashed into watching this rubbish.

      Disgusting.

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    • Araldo Scerri GZIRA, MALTA
      • over 2 years ago

      These people are barbarians, and the Eurovision Song Contest should be stopped immediately if this is the reason that they are butchering innocent animals. "Azerbaijan Barbarians"

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    • calovi carole ALèS, FRANCE
      • over 2 years ago

      I do love animals and I respect nature !

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    • BODIER BRIGITTE WAVRIN, FRANCE
      • over 2 years ago

      I boycot this abjectcountry , this abject people! you are the shame of Europe the whole world knows that you run for your pet football ... the world judge you as executioners, UKRAINE is a filthy country of Mind SS you like them! you are ..THEY... we'll never forget this ...NEVER

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