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Dutch skater sparks dog meat controversy at PyeongChang! Activists
Sunnyvale, CA

Feb 23, 2018 — The Korea Times reported today that “Dutch skater Jan Blokhuijsen has sparked a dog meat controversy at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics. At Wednesday's press conference for the men's team pursuit speed skating event, in which his team won a bronze medal, Blokhuijsen said, "Please treat dogs better in this country."” Click here to learn more:
Thank you, thank you, Jan! Please thank Jan for being so brave and compassionate to speak out by sending him a thank you messages.

On February 12, The Korea Times also reported that “A growing number of people here are venting their anger at foreign media outlets' negative coverage of dog meat consumption, the once-common custom that is mostly shunned today by Koreans. Most people here consider the collective criticism by CNN and other media outlets of the rapidly-dying culinary practice as a smear campaign to undercut Korea's efforts to make a success of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. “ Click to learn more:

PyeongChang Olympic will come to an end in 3 days. Please take the action today to speak out against the horrific and appalling atrocities being committed by South Korea against millions of dogs and cats each year!!
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Click here for Boycott PyeongChang 2018 Action Center:
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This is the real scene of Wonju that citizens of Wonju don’t want their Sister/Friendship cities to see.
Please watch and share USA TODAY’s report everywhere!
Inside the grim scene of a Korean dog meat farm, just miles from the Winter Olympics
Just miles from the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, is the grim and heart-wrenching scene of a Korean dog meat farm. Click here to watch:

Thank you.

Compassion Through Action!
What you can do:
Call the South Korean Embassy and Consulate General Offices in your country:


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