Petitioning International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 and 9 others
1 response

Boycott International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, S. Korea - End the Shameful and Barbaric Torture of Innocent Animals!

Watch this video from one of thousands of despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Watch this undercover video by an animal protection group in S. Korea: http://youtu.be/aiWE4brZWe0

Read this undercover investigative report by an animal protection group in S. Korea: http://www.careanimalrights.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/sh.pdf

Dear sponsors and partners of International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea:

I urge you today to please boycott International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear sponsors and partners of International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea: http://www.energyexpo.co.kr/eng/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)

Letter to
International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Byung-Se Yun 외교통상부 윤병세 장관
Commissioner of Korea Food and Drug Safety Seung Chung 식품의약품안전처 정승 처장
and 7 others
Prime Minister of S. Korea Hong-Won Chung 정홍원 국무총리
President of S. Korea Geun-Hye Park 대한민국 박근혜 대통령
Ministry of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Dong-Phil Lee 농림수산식품부 이동필 장관
Ministry of Health and Welfare Young Jin 보건 복지부 진 영 장관
Ministry of Environment Seong-Kyu Yun 환경부 윤성규 장관
Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Jin-Ryong Yoo 문화체육관광부 유진룡 장관
Speaker of the National Assembly of S. Korea Chang-Hee Kang 강창희 대한민국 국회의장
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Partners of International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013.

----------------
Boycott International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013

Watch this video from one of thousands of despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Watch this undercover video by an animal protection group in S. Korea: http://youtu.be/aiWE4brZWe0

Read this undercover investigative report by an animal protection group in S. Korea: http://www.careanimalrights.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/sh.pdf

Dear sponsors and partners of International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea:

I urge you today to please boycott International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear sponsors and partners of International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

Dear sponsors and partners of International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea:
If you wish to be excluded from receiving these petition emails, please contact me and I would be glad to remove your name. Equally, if you support this cause to end the horrific cruelty to millions of dogs and cats, I would be glad to hear from you.

International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea: http://www.energyexpo.co.kr/eng/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)