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Old 03-17-2017, 07:27 PM
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Default Re: New (to nnnf) old animal cruelty from South of the Border-warning graphic

Animal abuse in Mexico tells of the bloodthirsty tradition of human sacrifice going back to the Aztecs prior to Spanish invasion

Stop Annual Duck Strangling Festival
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Target: Rolando Zapata Bello, Governor of Yucatan
Goal: End annual festival in which ducks are strangled and other animals are beaten.
Every year in a small city in Mexico, the Kots Kaal Pato festival occurs. Kots Kaal Pato roughly translates into “strangle the duck.” In Citilcum, a city in Izamel, Yucatan, festivalgoers bind a duck to a wooden frame and then proceed to stamp over each other to try to rip off the bird’s head.
Demand Harsh Punishment for Abusive Circus - (Graphic)
Target: Governor of Yucatan Rolando Zapata Bello
Goal: Bring horrifically abusive circus staff to justice
In March 2014, Mexican authorities seized six wild animals from Harley Circus. Inspectors from the Federal Bureau for Environmental Protection conducted a surprise operation on the circus in Dzidzantun, Yucatan. One tiger, lion, bear, and three monkeys were successfully rescued, but all the animals showed appalling evidence of long-term abuse. The Bengal tiger’s limbs were deformed, the African lion’s claws and teeth were broken, and all three Spider monkeys’ teeth were ripped out. The black bear suffered massive hair loss and its lower jaw had been completely removed. Inspectors learned that the circus’ owner made the bear dance with a veil over its face to cover the shocking injury from audiences.
Mexico: Horses eviscerated alive for fun. - (Graphic)
To: Enrique Peña Nieto. President of Mexico., Rolando Zapata Bello, Governor of Yucatan, Mexico.
To the president of Mexico Enrique Pea Nieto. Mr. President, you can stop this. For the sake of Mexico you need to stop the “Torneo de Lazo” in Yucatan. To witness this level of violence promotes more violence. Your country is already punished by an ever increasing wave of violence. The people of Mexico are suffering this violence every day. Tourism in Mexico is suffering the effects of this violence by the decreasing numbers of tourist visiting Mexico because of it. Torneo de Lazo only adds to a tarnished image that you as president must improve. Besides repairing Mexico’s image this is the…
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