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i am a lover of animals..hence why i have one..and it was completely disturbing to see the video that i saw last night online..i was surfing around and came across this website with a whole bunch of pics and videos and stuff..there was a video of a man in the service named david motari..he's in iraq somewhere and his friend is filming (they are in the uniform wear)..and they are in this desert like setting next to this cliff..and he is holding up a poor little puppy that was supposedly "sick" by the scruff..and he's smiling and laughing and everything havin a good ol time..and his friend is laughing too..then all of a sudden,you see him turn away with the camera,puppy in hand,extends his arm backwards as if throwing a ball,and launches the poor thing off the cliff!!!as the camera follows the puppy's flight,you can hear it yelping in pain as it flew through the air as it finally hits the hard dirt and rocks below..you can actually hear the thud..i cant believe that someone so ******* disgusting as this isnt in jail by now!!im completely pissed off!!his only excuse was that the puppy was sick and was going to die a long,painful and suffering death..so he put him out of his misery by throwing him off a ******* cliff..that is some **** right now..i wish i could talk to the ********** myself and laungh HIS *** OF THE GOD DAMN CLIFF..he should be in prison for animal abuse and he should get the maximum punishment!but the only thing the service did was expel him..o woopty doo!its not like it ******* hurt his feelings being expelled!he probably wanted to leave anyway!all i could do was hold my own dog,who was just as small as the puppy in the video and is only 1,as my eyes began to fill up..its in my nightmares..and all i can do is shake my head in disbelief

aries89 aries89 18-21, F 5 Responses Jan 16, 2009

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Im very much against corporate farming cruelty to animals etc etc but you know most of your facts are wrong!! Swine flu is transfered from person to person!<br />
Have you ever been to a pig farm? i have most of them are cleaner than most peoples houses the pigs are on heated slatted floors ( or in te summer cooled ) They are mess free They have automatc feeders and waterers so they cannot become contaminated Have you read the articles posted above Here's a quote from the one from scientific american " Nevertheless, this H1N1 strain has not yet been found in the pigs near La Gloria" If you are against something (or for it) be sure you know what youre saying and be educated about your subject

Im very much against corporate farming cruelty to animals etc etc but you know most of your facts are wrong!! Swine flu is transfered from person to person!<br />
Have you ever been to a pig farm? i have most of them are cleaner than most peoples houses the pigs are on heated slatted floors ( or in te summer cooled ) They are mess free They have automatc feeders and waterers so they cannot become contaminated Have you read the articles posted above Here's a quote from the one from scientific american " Nevertheless, this H1N1 strain has not yet been found in the pigs near La Gloria" If you are against something (or for it) be sure you know what youre saying and be educated about your subject

Im very much against corporate farming cruelty to animals etc etc but you know most of your facts are wrong!! Swine flu is transfered from person to person!<br />
Have you ever been to a pig farm? i have most of them are cleaner than most peoples houses the pigs are on heated slatted floors ( or in te summer cooled ) They are mess free They have automatc feeders and waterers so they cannot become contaminated Have you read the articles posted above Here's a quote from the one from scientific american " Nevertheless, this H1N1 strain has not yet been found in the pigs near La Gloria" If you are against something (or for it) be sure you know what youre saying and be educated about your subject

I know how you feel.<br />
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Please, if you are against animal abuse, sign the following petition. Thanks a lot.<br />
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Hi, <br />
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Did you know that evidence is growing of the link between factory farms and swine flu? International organisations have been warning that these inhumane and filthy operations are breeding grounds of disease for years.<br />
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I just signed a petition calling on the the United Nations World Health Organisation and the Food and Agriculture Organisation to investigate and develop regulations for factory farming to uphold global public health standards. If we reach 200,000 signers, the petition will be delivered in Geneva with a herd of cardboard pigs. Sign below and tell your friends -- a pig will be added for every 1000 signers!<br />
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http://www.avaaz.org/en/swine_flu_pandemic/98.php?CLICK_TF_TRACK<br />
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Thank you so much for your help!<br />
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Here's the full Email from Avaaz:<br />
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Dear friends,<br />
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No-one yet knows whether swine flu will become a global pandemic, but it is becoming clear where it came from – most likely a giant pig factory farm run by an American multinational corporation in Veracruz, Mexico.(1)<br />
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These factory farms are disgusting and dangerous, and they're rapidly multiplying. Thousands of pigs are brutally crammed into dirty warehouses and sprayed with a cocktail of drugs -- posing a health risk to more than just our food -- they and their manure lagoons create the perfect conditions to breed dangerous new viruses like swine flu. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) must investigate and develop regulations for these farms to protect global health.<br />
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Big agrobusiness will try to obstruct and scuttle any attempts at reform, so we need a massive outcry that health authorities can't ignore. Sign the petition below for investigation and regulation of factory farms and tell your friends and family and we will deliver it to the UN agencies. If we reach 200,000 signatures we will deliver it to the WHO in Geneva with a herd of cardboard pigs. For every 1000 petition signatures we will add a pig to the herd:<br />
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http://www.avaaz.org/en/swine_flu_pandemic/98.php?CLICK_TF_TRACK<br />
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Last week the flu was all that we talked about -- Mexico has been nearly paralysed and across the world leaders halted air travel, banned pork imports and initiated drastic controls to mitigate the spreading virus. As the threat shows signs of subsiding the question becomes where it came from and how we stop another outbreak.<br />
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Smithfield Corporation, the largest pig producer in the world whose farm is being fingered as the source of the H1N1 outbreak, denies any connection between their pigs and the flu and big agrobusiness worldwide pays huge sums of money for research to argue that biosafety is ensured in industrial hog production. But the WHO has been saying for years that 'a new pandemic is inevitable'(2) and experts from the European Commission and the FAO have cautioned that the rapid move from small holdings to industrial pig production is in fact increasing the risk of development and transmission of disease epidemics. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warn that scientists still do not know the extent that infectious compounds produced in factory farms affect human health.(3)<br />
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Studies abound of the horrific conditions endured by pigs in concentrated large-scale operations, and the devastating economic impact on small farmer communities of bloated large-scale operations.(4) Smithfield itself has already been fined $12.6m and is currently under another federal investigation in the US for toxic environmental damage from pig excrement lakes.(5)<br />
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But even with all of this damaging evidence, a combination of increased global meat consumption and a powerful industry motivated by profit at the cost of human health, means that instead of being shut down - these sickening factory farm operations are propagating around the world and we are subsidising them (6). In the wake of this swine flu threat, let's hold industrial pig producers to account. Sign the petition for investigation and regulation:<br />
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http://www.avaaz.org/en/swine_flu_pandemic/98.php?CLICK_TF_TRACK<br />
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If we resolve this global health crisis boldly by reassessing our food consumption and production, and urgently calling for an inquiry into the impact of factory farms on human health, we could put in place tough farm practice rules that will save the global population from future animal borne lethal pandemics.<br />
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http://www.avaaz.org/en/swine_flu_pandemic/98.php?CLICK_TF_TRACK<br />
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in hope,<br />
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Alice, Pascal, Graziela, Paul, Brett, Ben, Ricken, Iain, Paula, Luis, Raj, Margaret, Taren and the whole Avaaz team<br />
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(1) Biosurveillance report tracing the disease to the Smithfields farm: http://biosurveillance.typepad.com/biosurveillance/2009/04/swine-flu-in-mexico-timeline-of-events.html<br />
Reports on the link between the Mexican factory farm and the flu:<br />
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-wellbeing/health-news/for-la-gloria-the-stench-of-blame-is-from-pig-factories-1675809.html<br />
http://www.latimes.com/features/health/la-fg-mexico-flu28-2009apr28,0,1701782.story<br />
http://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/episode.cfm?id=can-swine-flu-be-blamed-on-industri-09-05-01<br />
http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20227063.800-swine-flu-the-predictable-pandemic.html?full=true<br />
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-kirby/swine-flu-outbreak----nat_b_191408.html<br />
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(2) WHO pandemic information<br />
http://www.euro.who.int/influenza/20080618_19<br />
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(3) FAO, EC and CDC reports on the risks of industrial farming on public health<br />
FAO and CIWF and http://www.cdc.gov/cafos/about.htm<br />
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(4) CIWF and PETA video reports of the disgusting conditions for animals in factory farms and the disease ridden manure swamps:<br />
CIWF and PETA<br />
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(5) Reports on Smithfield's animal welfare and environmental damage<br />
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-wellbeing/health-news/for-la-gloria-the-stench-of-blame-is-from-pig-factories-1675809.html<br />
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http://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/press/releases/new-report-highlights-the-trouble-with-smithfield-article03132008<br />
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http://avaazimages.s3.amazonaws.com/SmithfieldJan08.pdf<br />
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(6) Reports on UK tax payers subsidising factory farms http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/agriculture/farming/5225298/Taxpayers-forking-out-700-million-for-factory-farming-in-England.html<br />
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this is aweful. it make me sick to my stomach. people like this should be caught for sure!!