“First rule of Dog Club, don’t talk about Dog Club.”
— Luoping County Health Worker (i.e. Dog Clubber)

We’re not talking a country “club” here. In an effort to control a rabies outbreak, a province in China ordered all dogs except for military and police dogs to be slaughtered. A five-day massacre ensued in which dogs that were being walked were taken from their owners and beaten to death with clubs on the spot! In total, over 50,000 dogs were killed in this manner. Crazy! China is just not a good place to be a dog, since you are likely to be beaten and/or eaten, according to the article.


  1. WTF!?!

    Weren’t the Chinese concerned about controlling their human population? The rabid dogs are helping them out by controlling the human population.

    The Chinese government is so messed up. We must have imported all the smart people from China to work here as engineers. And all the mofos left in China must be ignorant and stupid. Or maybe it’s that the stupid people work in government….just like in our country.

    I’m joining the boycott of products made in China… this means that I can’t buy anything. No more clothes, no toothbrushes, no electronics. Great. I’ll save tons of money.

    Damn. The new shoes I bought over the weekend…made in China. Maybe the people who say “Buy American” are on to something. If I’m going to buy something made in a sweatshop, it’s going to something made in a sweatshop right here in this country!

    #1 by Meerenai — August 2, 2006 @ 3:11 pm

  2. DAMN!

    I went to the PETA website to get info on this boycott, and they have an article that says that the Chinese kill cats and dogs for fur! WTF?!

    “Millions of dogs and cats in China are bludgeoned, hanged, bled to death, and strangled with wire nooses so that their fur can be turned into trim and trinkets.

    Think that’s nightmarish? If you’re buying fur, you might be wearing the skin of the very species of animals that you share your home with. Chinese fur is often deliberately mislabeled as fur from other species, and it constitutes more than half the amount of finished fur garments that are imported for sale in the United States. Because dog and cat fur is mislabeled so frequently, the bottom line is that if you wear fur, there’s no way of knowing whose skin you’re in.”

    #2 by Meerenai — August 2, 2006 @ 3:17 pm

  3. Motherfuckers!

    #3 by Nugget — August 3, 2006 @ 2:23 am

  4. This is awful. Made me absolutely sick.

    I will now only purchase Parisian, Italian, and other European goods…..oh wait, I already do. That won’t work.

    How about we invade them for being a country that supports terrorist activity (we don’t really need to prove it, invade, overthrow the government, and then…….hmmm, haven’t thought that far). Let’s just start there. :-) After all, it is for the pups!

    #4 by Christian & Michelle (mostly Michelle) — August 17, 2006 @ 11:46 pm

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