Help to remove all YouTubers and videos of Animal Abuse/Cruelty from YouTube!

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 If you are someone who cares about the rights of animals to not be abused nor treated in a cruel, inhumane manner, then please sign this petition to remove all videos of Animal Abuse/Cruelty from YouTube. Some YouTube channels/videos are Korean Mukbangers. But, any videos showcasing Animal Abuse/Cruelty must be taken down! The videos exploit animals barbarically all in the name of entertainment. And, some are even gaining fame and fortune at the price of taking humanity down to its lowest point.

 With regard to Korean Mukbangers, this is not a cultural thing, this is being a part of the human race thing. And, if some would like to say that this is part of a culture, than values need to change! The sea life, and other animals which are being used in the videos are nothing more than props. As you watch these videos, you see that some find enjoyment in causing pain and suffering to these animals. This cruel objective is in plain sight, and not being hidden.

 In the Animal Kingdom; animals kill their prey before eating them. Then, why can't we culture or not show that same decency to all breathing things. These YouTubers don't show that same respect to any of the animals being used on their channel. You'll find Octopuses being sliced to bits and pieces while still alive! And, on some videos being consumed whole-Alive! 

'The Guardian, Alien Intelligence: The Extroadinary Minds of Octopuses And Other Cephalopods, Elle Hunt, Mar 28, 2017': 

 The majority of their 500 neurons are in their arms, which can not only touch but smell and taste. They quite literally have minds of their own. A 1959 paper detailed an attempt at the Naples Zoological Station to teach three Octopuses to pull and release a lever in exchange for food. Albert and Bertram performed in a "reasonably consistent" manner, but one named Charles tried to drag a light suspended above the water in a tank; squirted water at anyone who approached; and prematurely ended the experiment when he broke the lever. In captivity, they have learned to navigate simple mazes, solve puzzles, and open screwtop jars, while wild animals have been observed stacking rocks to protect the entrances to their dens, and hiding themselves inside coconut shell halves. Their great escapes from captivity, too, reflect an awareness of their special circumstances, and their ability to adapt to them. A 2010 experiment confirmed anecdotal reports that cephalopods are able to recognise-and like or dislike-individual humans, even those that are dressed identically. Peter Godfrey-Smith. 

 "This is probably the closest we will come to meeting an intelligent alien." "The fact that they have eight legs, three hearts, and blue-green blood allies them more with The Simpsons' gloopy extra-terrestrials than anything earthly." In lab experiments, Octopuses attain good results, able to negotiate mazes and unscrew jars containing food, using visual cues to achieve their goals. They also show a sense of craftiness-squirting water at researchers they don't like, for instance. One celebrated aquarium kept Octopus proved its skill when staff noticed fish from a neighboring tank had gone missing overnight-CCTV revealed the smooth operator. The Octopus was lifting the lid on its own tank, slithering over to the fish, claiming its prize, then crawling back covering itself again as if nothing had happened. They play; they recognise individuals (both human and Octopus); and, like us they exhibit qualities of caution and recklessness as they intuit the world. The Guardian, 'Other Minds' by Peter Godfrey-Smith review-the Octopus as an intelligent alien. 

 If you care about animals, than sign this petition. If you believe that animals have rights, than sign this petition. If you can no longer tolerate the Abuse/Cruelty of animals, than sign this petition. If you have had enough of YouTube giving a platform to those individuals who showcase these violations, than sign this petition. If you wish to make a difference in an animal's life, than sign this petition! 

'9 brains, 3 hearts: Some wild facts about Octopuses'., by The Associated Press, January 22, 2019

brain pickings, The Soul of an Octopus: How One of Earth's Most Alien Creatures Illuminates the Wonders of Consciousness, Maria Popova

VICE MUNCHIES: 'How An Octopus Feels When It's Eaten Alive'., Hilary Pollack, Nov. 7, 2015