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“To close your eyes will not ease another’s pain.” - Chinese Proverb
Mahatma Gandhi The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated
What happened to China? What happened to not closing your eyes because it will not ease another's pain? The pain of animals is real and horrific.
Every day tortures against animals take place, out in the open and without any regard to the screams of pain from animals that are hung up as a knife rips through their body. Small Chinese children are encouraged to laugh at this barbarism and people walk by with hard hearts, ignoring the tormenting pain the animal is going through. Because of this cruelty toward animals china has earned a reputation of being a cold and callous society. The story of the little baby run over by a truck and left to suffer and eventually die while 18 people saw her and kept walking by without so much as a second glance back, reveals the callousness and lack of compassion in China. When people abuse animals it eventually turns to abusing people. This disregard for life has been passed down through the generations and now what’s left is an unfeeling society where mercy is no more. But it’s not just the youth that are violent and inhumane toward animals, it is also the adults who display this same cruelty against a living being. These dogs and cats feel every bit of the horrendous pain inflicted upon.
We, as the voice for animals in China, are screaming out also. We are screaming out for justice and for this inhumane brutality to stop against animals. It has to start with a government that is empathetic to the needs of people and animals in China for both are under the responsibility of the Chinese government. We call upon the Chinese government to stop these torturous acts against animals. It has been well documented through the study of human psychology that this barbaric behavior against animals leads to a hardness of heart that causes humans to then prey upon humans with no thought or feeling to the pain they are causing. Is this the direction the Chinese government wants to go, where un-emotionalism and disrespect and disregard for life is the norm? A person who can torment an animal, hear their screams of pain and remain emotionally untouched is regarded as a sociopath. I can’t imagine that China would want to continue being known as a cruel and heartless society among the nations.
We ask that you would change the face of China, to a nation dignified with compassion and restore hope to your people and animals. There are many people who are kind, compassionate and caring toward animals and people in China and we pay tribute to them. Please stop this inhumane barbaric act of torturing the animals in China and training another generation to be cruel.
Remember the words of a wise man when he said
Mahatma Gandhi - The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated

The world’s voice for animals

Video courtesy of Swiss Animal Protection (SAP): http://www.animal-protection.net/

Letter to
Chinese Embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark Chinese Embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark
Chinese Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Chinese Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Chinese Embassy in Bern, Switzerland Chinese Embassy in Bern, Switzerland
and 37 others
Chinese Embassy in The Hague, Netherlands Chinese Embassy in The Hague, Netherlands
Chinese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil Chinese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Chinese Embassy in Paris, France Chinese Embassy in Paris, France
Chinese Embassy in New Delhi, India Chinese Embassy in New Delhi, India
Chinese Embassy in Lisbon, Portugal Chinese Embassy in Lisbon, Portugal
Chinese Embassy in Canberra, Australia Chinese Embassy in Canberra, Australia
Chinese Embassy in Singapore, Singapore Chinese Embassy in Singapore, Singapore
Chinese Embassy in Rabat, Morocco Chinese Embassy in Rabat, Morocco
President Hu Jintao President Hu Jintao
Chinese Embassy in Ottawa, Canada Chinese Embassy in Ottawa, Canada
Chinese Embassy in Washington DC, United States Chinese Embassy in Washington DC, United States
Chinese Embassy in Berlin, Germany Chinese Embassy in Berlin, Germany
Chinese Embassy in Athens, Greece Chinese Embassy in Athens, Greece
Chinese Embassy in Madrid, Spain Chinese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Chinese Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa Chinese Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa
Chinese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea Chinese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea
Chinese Embassy in Bucharest, Romania Chinese Embassy in Bucharest, Romania
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Of The People's Republic Of China Ministry of Foreign Affairs Of The People's Republic Of China
Chinese Embassy in Dommeldange, Luxembourg Chinese Embassy in Dommeldange, Luxembourg
Chinese Embassy in London, United Kingdom Chinese Embassy in London, United Kingdom
Chinese Embassy in Moscow, Russia Chinese Embassy in Moscow, Russia
Chinese Embassy in Makati, Philippines Chinese Embassy in Makati, Philippines
Chinese Embassy in Wellington, New Zealand Chinese Embassy in Wellington, New Zealand
Chinese Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Chinese Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Chinese Embassy in Tokyo, Japan Chinese Embassy in Tokyo, Japan
Chinese Embassy in Tel-Aviv, Israel Chinese Embassy in Tel-Aviv, Israel
Chinese Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina Chinese Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Chinese Embassy in Woluwe Saint-Pierre, Belgium Chinese Embassy in Woluwe Saint-Pierre, Belgium
Chinese Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand Chinese Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand
Chinese Embassy in Rome, Italy Chinese Embassy in Rome, Italy
Chinese Embassy in Vienna, Austria Chinese Embassy in Vienna, Austria
Chinese Embassy in Dublin, Ireland Chinese Embassy in Dublin, Ireland
China National Tourism Administration China National Tourism Administration
Chinese Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia Chinese Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia
Chinese Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden Chinese Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden
Chinese Embassy in Mexico, Mexico Chinese Embassy in Mexico, Mexico
Chinese Embassy in Budapest, Hungary Chinese Embassy in Budapest, Hungary (Chinese Embassy in Budapest, Hungary)
I just signed the following petition addressed to: China.

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China : Stop Animal Cruelty!

“To close your eyes will not ease another’s pain.” - Chinese Proverb
Mahatma Gandhi The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated
What happened to China? What happened to not closing your eyes because it will not ease another's pain? The pain of animals is real and horrific.
Every day tortures against animals take place, out in the open and without any regard to the screams of pain from animals that are hung up as a knife rips through their body. Small Chinese children are encouraged to laugh at this barbarism and people walk by with hard hearts, ignoring the tormenting pain the animal is going through. Because of this cruelty toward animals china has earned a reputation of being a cold and callous society. The story of the little baby run over by a truck and left to suffer and eventually die while 18 people saw her and kept walking by without so much as a second glance back, reveals the callousness and lack of compassion in China. When people abuse animals it eventually turns to abusing people. This disregard for life has been passed down through the generations and now what’s left is an unfeeling society where mercy is no more. But it’s not just the youth that are violent and inhumane toward animals, it is also the adults who display this same cruelty against a living being. These dogs and cats feel every bit of the horrendous pain inflicted upon.
We, as the voice for animals in China, are screaming out also. We are screaming out for justice and for this inhumane brutality to stop against animals. It has to start with a government that is empathetic to the needs of people and animals in China for both are under the responsibility of the Chinese government. We call upon the Chinese government to stop these torturous acts against animals. It has been well documented through the study of human psychology that this barbaric behavior against animals leads to a hardness of heart that causes humans to then prey upon humans with no thought or feeling to the pain they are causing. Is this the direction the Chinese government wants to go, where un-emotionalism and disrespect and disregard for life is the norm? A person who can torment an animal, hear their screams of pain and remain emotionally untouched is regarded as a sociopath. I can’t imagine that China would want to continue being known as a cruel and heartless society among the nations.
We ask that you would change the face of China, to a nation dignified with compassion and restore hope to your people and animals. There are many people who are kind, compassionate and caring toward animals and people in China and we pay tribute to them. Please stop this inhumane barbaric act of torturing the animals in China and training another generation to be cruel.
Remember the words of a wise man when he said
Mahatma Gandhi - The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated

The world’s voice for animals

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Sincerely,