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Please protest massive, ritualistic animal torture in Nepal: two petitions, one sample letter

August 22, 2010
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Editor’s Note: No country is safe for animals: speciesism knows no boundaries to depravity, exploitation, and suffering. In this alert we are protesting massive, ritualistic torture in Nepal, but please understand, all countries participate in some form of hideous animal sacrifice, be it for food, fur, fun, or pharma. I was verbally accosted with an ignorant, righteous statement a few weeks ago regarding a different form of ritualistic slaughter, and the indignant party exclaimed, “this does NOT happen in the US, what savages!” On the contrary, the United States has perfected torture, it’s called steak, circuses, vanity, and drugs, no industry treats animals as anything other than commodities, the animal who is skinned alive for fur, eviscerated while conscious for hamburgers, ripped tracheally for religious exemptions, and beaten to perform are ALL treated in hellish manners, please reject every manner of such. SR


1. Sign Stop the Gadhimai Massacre 2014
2. Sign Stop animal sacrifice Nepal
3. Send SAMPLE LETTER
4. Please join SAVE THE GOATS OF KHOKANA on Facebook (can only be accessed via a valid Facebook profile)

Please note: Sample letter, addresses, faxes, and phones numbers all courtesy of Stop Animal Sacrifice, feel free to visit the site for additional protest information and background.

From Care2

From Stop Animal Sacrifice Organization


BACKGROUND:

Gadhimai is the name of one of the Hindugoddesses of power, though the term usually refers to the world’s biggest animal sacrifice conducted at the Gadhimai temple area in central Terai of Nepal.
Stop the Gadhimai Massacre 2014

Animals are sacrificed as part of the Hindu festival, with the hope that the sacrifice will lead to the fulfillment of wishes by the goddess. It is estimated that more than 250,000 animals were killed during the period of sacrifice in 2009 while 5 million people visited Gadhimai during the festival.This centuries-old tradition is observed every five years in Gadhimai premises located in the village of Bariyapur of Bara District of Nepal near the border with India.Male domestic Asian water buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis)(locally called “PaaDa”) are the preferred species to offer to the goddess. Several other species including male goats(Khasi), chickens(Murgha), Pigeons(Parewa), Ducks(Batakh) and some rats(Moos), are also killed.


WHERE TO SEND YOUR LETTERS:

Complete address details below, followed by postal-only contacts; the following email grouping is from the individual email addresses listed in the complete address details, one automatic response from UCPN went to my spam, please check for verification in your email program.

Please copy/paste into your TO: and hit one carriage return:

ncparty@wlink.com.np
communistparty@hotmail.com
rppnepal@enet.com.np
tmdp64@gmail.com
ucpnm.chq@gmail.com
cpnunified@gmail.com
eon@nepembassy.org.uk
officesecretary@nepembassy.org.uk



SAMPLE LETTER, courtesy of Stop Animal Sacrifice

Dear Prime Minister & Whom It Concerns,

I would like to express my deep concern about extreme cases of animal cruelty being conducted in the name of religion in Nepal.

In Nepal, animal sacrifice is widely practiced. There are no rules of regulation; rather, the government supports blood sacrifices by providing subsidies.

Apart from regular sacrifices at Goddess temples, extreme cruelty is conducted at certain festivals including the live skinning and burning of animals, slow killings through throat slitting, killing with unsharp knives, public beheadings, et cetera.

Well-known is the annual sacrifice taking place during Kalratri, Dasain, when the priests of Taleju Temple kill waterbuffaloes throughout the night, followed by the sacrifice of 108 buffaloes by the army in the Kot courtyard during the next day.

Another is the Khokana Festival, held in August, during which a terrified goat is thrown in the Deu-pond close to the Rudrayani temple, after which the animal is torn apart whilst still alive by a group of young men.

Another is the Gadimai Festival in Bara District which is ‘celebrated’ by sacrificing around 200,000 animals. Here innocent creatures are killed en masse in an unorganised manner by devotees, which includes the public beheading of 20,000 buffaloes.

A similarly barbaric event is the Sasarimaiko Mela in Mahottari, which is held every twelve years and witnesses the killing of at least 10,000 animals.

No one can adequately explain why these practices are carried out year after year – except to say they are ‘traditional’. This however is not a valuable argument to commence these practices; Nepal, realizing the adverse effects, has abolished a number of ‘traditions’ in the past, including human sacrifice and widow burning.

I encourage you to abolish the above practices for the following reasons:

1. It hurts them – Contrary to what many believe, animals suffer tremendously before and during sacrifice. They are generally hurt during transportation, starved and dehydrated, and they are often purposely killed slowly and painfully, as it is believed that the goddess prefers slow deaths. In certain rituals animals are skinned alive, torn apart by human teeth or tortured to such an extent they die from stress and shock.

2. It hurts us – Cruelty against animals harms society as a whole; it signals and normalizes insensitivity in children who can become numb to the suffering of living beings, and it is also proven to influence certain people to commit violence on other humans.

3. It strengthens vested interests – Sacrifices generally boost the interests of those who benefit from superstition-based beliefs and rituals. As Nepal is moving ahead to become a more fully democratic, egalitarian society, it is crucial to challenge age-old beliefs which are not beneficial and drain the resources of the poor and needy.

4. It contradicts the spirit of laws – Nepal is concerned about the welfare of its precious flora and fauna, and has signed a number of international Wildlife Treaties. The cruelty displayed in these so-called traditions completely contradicts the spirit and gestures of these treaties and acts.

5. It is bad for tourism – As tourists are abhorred by such practices, the festivals will have an adverse effect on tourism, an industry which provides the country with much-needed financial returns. Those foreigners who experience or come to know the extent of sacrifice in this country leave Nepal traumatized, disgusted, and deeply saddened, rather than uplifted by its paradoxical beauty and friendliness.

I urge you to end the violent practices and help Nepal move towards a truly peaceful country, and in keeping with its international image. This can be done by introducing and enforcing a much-needed Animal Welfare Act and promoting genuine animal welfare activities across the country.

I trust that you will support these measures, which are becoming more popular by the day, globally, and thus promote non-violent cultural practices in Nepal. Until such a time, however, it will be necessary to boycott Nepal both as a tourist and via commerce as well as encourage others to participate in a boycott as well.

Yours sincerely,

NAME
ADDRESS

 

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COMPLETE ADDRESS DETAILS

Nepal Political Parties, Individual emails (same as above group, different sending capability):
ncparty@wlink.com.np, communistparty@hotmail.com,rppnepal@enet.com.np, tmdp64@gmail.com,
ucpnm.chq@gmail.com, cpnunified@gmail.com , eon@nepembassy.org.uk , officesecretary@nepembassy.org.uk

Nepali Congress Central Office
B.P. Smriti Bhawan, B.P.Nagar, Sanepa, Lalitpur, Nepal
Fax : ++ (977-1) 5555188
E-mail: ncparty@wlink.com.np

Communist Party of Nepal (CPN ML)
C.P Mainali
Address: Maitidevi
Email: communistparty@hotmail.com
Rastriya Prajatantra Party

Head of Party: Pashupati Sumsher Rana
Address: Chabahil
Email:rppnepal@enet.com.np

Nepal Workers and Peasants Party
Head of Party: Narayan Man Bijukche
Address: Bhaktapur
Fax No: ++(977-1) 6613207

Tarai Madhesh Loktantrik Party
Head of Party: Mahanta Thakur
Address: Baneshwor
Email: tmdp64@gmail.com
Fax No: ++(977-1) 4462383

Madhesi’s People’s Right Forum
Upendra Yadav
Address: Kupondole
Fax nr: ++ (977 -1) 5541278

Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)
Head of Party: Pushpa Kamal Dahal
Address: Buddha Nagar
Email: ucpnm.chq@gmail.com
Fax: 01 4602289
Communist Party of Nepal (Unified)
Head of Party: Ram Singh Shris (Rajbir)
Address: DhobiKhola
Email:cpnunified@gmail.com

POSTAL
Honarable Prime Minister
Office of the Prime Minister, Singha Durbar
Faxes: + 977 1 227 286 or 428 570

Honarable State Minister for Foreign Affairs
Address: Maharajgunj, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4416011, 4416012, 4416013, 4416014, 4416015
Fax: 977-1-4416016

Right Honarable President Dr Ram Baran Yadav
Office of the President
Sheetal Niwas, Kathmandu
Fax no ++ 977 – 1 – 4416495

Honarable Minister
Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives,
Singha Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Phone: 4211706,4211950,4211981,4211898,4211841,4211648,4211961, 4211905
Fax: 977-1- 4211935, 4211839

Hon’ble Minister
Ministry of Tourism & Civil Aviation
Singha Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel.: 4211992, 4211669, 4211846, 4211847, 4211711, 4211685, 4211825, 4231196, 4211909
Fax: 977 1 4211758

Honorable Minister
Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction
Singh Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Tel: +977 1 4211189, 4211090, 4211176, 4211092
Fax: +977 1 4211186 and 4211173

Ministry of Law and Justice
Address: Singha Durbar, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4223727, 4224633, 4220672
Fax: 977-1-4220684

Ministry of Home Affairs
Address: Singha Durbar, Kathmandu,Nepal
Tel: 977-1-4211261, 4211212, 4211274, 4211249, 4211224
Fax: 977-1-4211264



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55 Comments leave one →
  1. August 22, 2010 9:31 pm

    Excellent sample letter. Will be sending.

    For the person who claimed such torture does not occur in US, let me further update them with some of the “sports” sanctioned by our very own state wildlife management industry. Simply go to youtube and search “snuff hunting” videos, where we have zero “ethics” anymore with sadistic, legally licensed jerks who like to wound animals and watch them suffer, bleed out, seizure, etc.

    Then take a look at “coon hunting videos”, where young raccoons are placed in round or flimsy cages for hounds to terrorize, then shred to bits. Gotta “blood the pups” ya know.

    Now look at http://www.trainingnottorture.org This is called “wildlife penning”. Animals are trapped, transported stacked on each other for days with no food or water, in their own feces and with STEEL TRAP wounds. Then they are turned loose – in an enclosure where packs of hounds chase them and shred them for the fun of it next weekend…makes dog fighting look like poodle play! This is still legal in 11 states, and hound training is legal in all 50 states.

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    • August 22, 2010 9:36 pm

      PS – I have a furrkid sitting on my lap as I type this. She was a rescue from a fur farm; a silver-chocolate raccoon who passed her 1st birthday in May. Something her relatives were not so lucky to do. It takes over 40 of her to make ONE damn coat, and it happens all day long – after they shove in a rod in their anus and electrocute them, so as to not damage the fur. Or they might choose to stand on the animals chest to crush the life out of them. Either way, sometimes the animal wakes up during its own skinning.

      Like

  2. August 23, 2010 8:52 am

    sick sick sick

    Like

  3. bouden permalink
    August 23, 2010 9:15 am

    too sad!!!!stop please

    Like

  4. bouden permalink
    August 23, 2010 9:18 am

    raz le bol cette race hmaine de merde!!!!

    Like

  5. karen lyons kalmenson permalink
    August 23, 2010 9:32 am

    will send this poem:
    in the name of god
    no living thing
    should be slain
    there is nothing
    spiritual
    in ritual of pain
    this shadow dark
    upon nepal
    onto your tourism dollars
    this shall fall
    practice kindness
    compassion and caring
    abandon torture,
    if you are daring

    Like

  6. ines vasquez permalink
    August 23, 2010 2:28 pm

    sick, sick, sick… how can they say that this is in the name of God??? freaking sickos!!!

    Like

  7. Eryka Simsbury permalink
    August 23, 2010 6:49 pm

    This appalling behavior in this day and age is pathetic even for Nepal. Education is the long term answer but in the meantime political pressure must be brought to bear. Economic sanctions is a start, however pressure via China is where the majority of the effort must be focused. This is ancient Chinese mountain culture at its worst.

    Like

  8. Claudia Alraun permalink
    August 24, 2010 5:15 am

    horrible, sick, omg, signed the petition.

    Like

  9. Blagica permalink
    August 24, 2010 2:51 pm

    This dirty trashes of demons will not ever end this, till God destroy them for good!
    This day will come, God not ever want that human hurt any living being, Jesus helped animals and childrens and giving them worm love and hugs, animals started to walk next to him coz he was pure love and this is what Jesus showed us with peacfull act and look what this dirty trashes doing.., Jesus told to all that who ever hurt animal he will be destroyed if he will not be sorry for what he did, this dirty ugly demons will see billions% for sure how one by one of them will be destroyed and sent to hell to burn!
    Is killing me when i see how baby’s animals suffer :o(
    They’re our sisters and brothers and look :o(

    Please God is time u start this ending of this demons and send them to own hell they made for animals to feel every single pain and suffering animals did.., PLEASE AM BEGGING U SO DEEP… :o( Please start helping us who fights for animals so we will be more powerfull and help animals please ,is time..

    Like

    • yvonne kilgour permalink
      October 10, 2010 3:49 am

      Well said “Blagica” I agree….

      Like

  10. VAIBHAV GUPTA permalink
    August 25, 2010 6:41 pm

    You are spoiling the name of our Hindu culture….. In Hinduism animals are worshipped & you (bloody bastards son of bitches) are killing them….. Shame on you….. Lord Shiva is worshipped as Pashupatinath, which means LORD OF ANIMALS, then how can he accept their blood….. Sacrifice your own family, God will be really happy with you……..

    Vaibhhav Gupta

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  11. VAIBHAV GUPTA permalink
    August 25, 2010 6:46 pm

    Bloody bastards stop killing innocent animals in the name of God…… Lord Shiva is worshipped as Pashupatinath, which means Lord of Animals, then how can he accept their blood?????? Sacrifice your children, parents, brothers & sisters. Then only you’ll come to know the pain……. Don’t you all dare to spoil the name of Hinduism by this bloody sacrifices…….

    VAIBHHAV GUPTA

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  12. Fani Katrana permalink
    August 27, 2010 9:26 am

    I would like to express my deep concern about extreme cases of animal cruelty being conducted in the name of religion in Nepal.

    In Nepal, animal sacrifice is widely practiced. There are no rules of regulation; rather, the government supports blood sacrifices by providing subsidies.

    Apart from regular sacrifices at Goddess temples, extreme cruelty is conducted at certain festivals including the live skinning and burning of animals, slow killings through throat slitting, killing with unsharp knives, public beheadings, et cetera.

    Well-known is the annual sacrifice taking place during Kalratri, Dasain, when the priests of Taleju Temple kill waterbuffaloes throughout the night, followed by the sacrifice of 108 buffaloes by the army in the Kot courtyard during the next day.

    Another is the Khokana Festival, held in August, during which a terrified goat is thrown in the Deu-pond close to the Rudrayani temple, after which the animal is torn apart whilst still alive by a group of young men.

    Another is the Gadimai Festival in Bara District which is ‘celebrated’ by sacrificing around 200,000 animals. Here innocent creatures are killed en masse in an unorganised manner by devotees, which includes the public beheading of 20,000 buffaloes.

    A similarly barbaric event is the Sasarimaiko Mela in Mahottari, which is held every twelve years and witnesses the killing of at least 10,000 animals.

    No one can adequately explain why these practices are carried out year after year – except to say they are ‘traditional’. This however is not a valuable argument to commence these practices; Nepal, realizing the adverse effects, has abolished a number of ‘traditions’ in the past, including human sacrifice and widow burning.

    I encourage you to abolish the above practices for the following reasons:

    1. It hurts them – Contrary to what many believe, animals suffer tremendously before and during sacrifice. They are generally hurt during transportation, starved and dehydrated, and they are often purposely killed slowly and painfully, as it is believed that the goddess prefers slow deaths. In certain rituals animals are skinned alive, torn apart by human teeth or tortured to such an extent they die from stress and shock.

    2. It hurts us – Cruelty against animals harms society as a whole; it signals and normalizes insensitivity in children who can become numb to the suffering of living beings, and it is also proven to influence certain people to commit violence on other humans.

    3. It strengthens vested interests – Sacrifices generally boost the interests of those who benefit from superstition-based beliefs and rituals. As Nepal is moving ahead to become a more fully democratic, egalitarian society, it is crucial to challenge age-old beliefs which are not beneficial and drain the resources of the poor and needy.

    4. It contradicts the spirit of laws – Nepal is concerned about the welfare of its precious flora and fauna, and has signed a number of international Wildlife Treaties. The cruelty displayed in these so-called traditions completely contradicts the spirit and gestures of these treaties and acts.

    5. It is bad for tourism – As tourists are abhorred by such practices, the festivals will have an adverse effect on tourism, an industry which provides the country with much-needed financial returns. Those foreigners who experience or come to know the extent of sacrifice in this country leave Nepal traumatized, disgusted, and deeply saddened, rather than uplifted by its paradoxical beauty and friendliness.

    I urge you to end the violent practices and help Nepal move towards a truly peaceful country, and in keeping with its international image. This can be done by introducing and enforcing a much-needed Animal Welfare Act and promoting genuine animal welfare activities across the country.

    I trust that you will support these measures, which are becoming more popular by the day, globally, and thus promote non-violent cultural practices in Nepal. Until such a time, however, it will be necessary to boycott Nepal both as a tourist and via commerce as well as encourage others to participate in a boycott as well.

    Yours sincerely,

    Fani Katrana
    Greece

    Like

  13. Keith Knight permalink
    September 26, 2010 11:15 am

    Dear Prime Minister & Whom It Concerns,

    I would like to express my deep concern about extreme cases of animal cruelty being conducted in the name of religion in Nepal.

    In Nepal, animal sacrifice is widely practiced. There are no rules of regulation; rather, the government supports blood sacrifices by providing subsidies.

    Apart from regular sacrifices at Goddess temples, extreme cruelty is conducted at certain festivals including the live skinning and burning of animals, slow killings through throat slitting, killing with unsharp knives, public beheadings, et cetera.

    Well-known is the annual sacrifice taking place during Kalratri, Dasain, when the priests of Taleju Temple kill waterbuffaloes throughout the night, followed by the sacrifice of 108 buffaloes by the army in the Kot courtyard during the next day.

    Another is the Khokana Festival, held in August, during which a terrified goat is thrown in the Deu-pond close to the Rudrayani temple, after which the animal is torn apart whilst still alive by a group of young men.

    Another is the Gadimai Festival in Bara District which is ‘celebrated’ by sacrificing around 200,000 animals. Here innocent creatures are killed en masse in an unorganised manner by devotees, which includes the public beheading of 20,000 buffaloes.

    A similarly barbaric event is the Sasarimaiko Mela in Mahottari, which is held every twelve years and witnesses the killing of at least 10,000 animals.

    No one can adequately explain why these practices are carried out year after year – except to say they are ‘traditional’. This however is not a valuable argument to commence these practices; Nepal, realizing the adverse effects, has abolished a number of ‘traditions’ in the past, including human sacrifice and widow burning.

    I encourage you to abolish the above practices for the following reasons:

    1. It hurts them – Contrary to what many believe, animals suffer tremendously before and during sacrifice. They are generally hurt during transportation, starved and dehydrated, and they are often purposely killed slowly and painfully, as it is believed that the goddess prefers slow deaths. In certain rituals animals are skinned alive, torn apart by human teeth or tortured to such an extent they die from stress and shock.

    2. It hurts us – Cruelty against animals harms society as a whole; it signals and normalizes insensitivity in children who can become numb to the suffering of living beings, and it is also proven to influence certain people to commit violence on other humans.

    3. It strengthens vested interests – Sacrifices generally boost the interests of those who benefit from superstition-based beliefs and rituals. As Nepal is moving ahead to become a more fully democratic, egalitarian society, it is crucial to challenge age-old beliefs which are not beneficial and drain the resources of the poor and needy.

    4. It contradicts the spirit of laws – Nepal is concerned about the welfare of its precious flora and fauna, and has signed a number of international Wildlife Treaties. The cruelty displayed in these so-called traditions completely contradicts the spirit and gestures of these treaties and acts.

    5. It is bad for tourism – As tourists are abhorred by such practices, the festivals will have an adverse effect on tourism, an industry which provides the country with much-needed financial returns. Those foreigners who experience or come to know the extent of sacrifice in this country leave Nepal traumatized, disgusted, and deeply saddened, rather than uplifted by its paradoxical beauty and friendliness.

    I urge you to end the violent practices and help Nepal move towards a truly peaceful country, and in keeping with its international image. This can be done by introducing and enforcing a much-needed Animal Welfare Act and promoting genuine animal welfare activities across the country.

    I trust that you will support these measures, which are becoming more popular by the day, globally, and thus promote non-violent cultural practices in Nepal. Until such a time, however, it will be necessary to boycott Nepal both as a tourist and via commerce as well as encourage others to participate in a boycott as well.

    Yours sincerely,

    Christine Knight

    Glan Y Coed
    Pantyresk Rd
    Abercarn
    Gwent NP11 4TB

    Like

  14. Fabienne Amnesty For Animals permalink
    September 28, 2010 6:47 am

    Done all of this and shared!

    Like

  15. yvonne kilgour permalink
    October 10, 2010 3:43 am

    What makes mankind think that they are the superior race on earth…animals have just as much right to be here as us.. there is no reason for these killings to go on….please protect all animals ….not kill them…

    Like

  16. November 15, 2010 7:20 am

    GADHIMAI MASSACRE, SUPPORT US TO STOP THIS
    http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=209350187598&ref=ts
    THIS GROUP IS CREATED TO STOP THE NEXT GAHDIMAI MASSACRE IN 2014.
    IF WE TELL ALL OUR FRIENDS WORLDWIDE WE WILL STOP ANOTHER DISASTER.

    http://Gadimai.blogspot.com/

    http://apps.facebook.com/causes/417878

    http://www.care2.com/c2c/group/gadhimaimasscre

    http://stopanimalsacrifice.org/

    Like

  17. December 17, 2010 8:08 pm

    Religious Leader and Institution failed to educate people that ANIMALS are just like us, they are Fellow citizens, living being (same feeling as we do), they are our ancestors, relatives, families and friends. And govt cannot make STRONG RULES because there are money matter hiding the truth. When we will be HUMAN? I think ANIMALS are human and HUMANS are DEMON. Be awake Oh HUMAN, MEN!

    Like

  18. December 17, 2010 10:51 pm

    The Kinship Circle petition – 3 easy ways to send.
    See you have it in trackback

    http://www.kinshipcircle.org/letter_library/letter_new3.asp?LetterID=1913

    Like

  19. February 6, 2012 5:07 pm

    Reblogged this on Our Compass and commented:

    Please take action if you have not already. Thank you!

    Like

  20. linda badham permalink
    February 7, 2012 4:10 pm

    SPIRITUAL MY ARSE ! THESE PEOPLE HAVE NO MINDS OF THEIR OWN THEY ALL BELIEVE IN THE CRAZY RITUALS THAT ARE PASSED DOWN TO THEM. I DONT KNOW HOW THEY WILL EVER THINK DIFFERENT ( IF THEY THINK AT ALL ). WE CAN ONLY KEEP ON TO THE LEADERS OF NEPAL AND HOPE THAT THEY WILL GROW SPIRITUALLY IN THE BELIEF THAT EVERYTHING LIVING IS FROM THE SAME SORCE AND THAT TO SLAUGHTER AN ANIMAL IS TO REALLY, HURT THEMSELVES. EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED. PRAYER IS POWERFUL TOO !

    Like

  21. richard higgs permalink
    February 8, 2012 4:38 am

    barbaric, pagan, futile, pathetic, and inhumane…… these people are idiots !

    Like

  22. February 9, 2012 10:35 am

    Please stop this butchery activity. These people must be considered as sick and danger to the society

    Like

  23. Peter Hawes permalink
    August 19, 2013 4:14 pm

    Torturing animals is wrong. No ritual can justify it

    Like

  24. April 26, 2014 9:18 pm

    When I originally commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now
    each time a comment is added I get four e-mails with the same comment.
    Is there any way you can remove me from that service?
    Thank you!

    Like

  25. April 26, 2014 10:56 pm

    There’s certainly a great deal to know about this subject.
    I love all of the points you made.

    Like

  26. May 7, 2014 7:03 am

    Hmm is anyone else experiencing problems with the pictures
    on this blog loading? I’m trying to find out if its a problem on my end or if it’s the blog.
    Any responses would be greatly appreciated.

    Like

  27. theresa fielder permalink
    June 11, 2014 4:51 pm

    Just brutal

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  28. August 22, 2014 10:23 pm

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  30. Mary Savage permalink
    September 23, 2014 12:48 pm

    Please stop this horrific cruelty

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  31. September 27, 2014 9:33 pm

    제발 정신들좀 차려라…..

    Like

  32. September 27, 2014 9:55 pm

    Thanks for finally writing aboutt >Please protest massive,
    ritualistic animal torture inn Nepal: two petitions, one
    sample letter | Our Compass <Loved it!

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  33. Misti Hopkins permalink
    September 27, 2014 9:59 pm

    please stop this kind of cruelty.

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  34. ankita jain permalink
    September 29, 2014 1:04 pm

    Mr. President

    It Should Be Stop. When I Saw This Cruel Video I Were Crying Nd Still Crying. Now Think When People Cut Animal Infront Of Their loved One Or Me Kind Of People Who Loves Animal Hate Animal Cruelty What Will They Feel?? Think Once

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  35. Alexus permalink
    October 7, 2014 8:33 am

    this is dam right stupid! Cmon world. Pay more attention on how many more stupid choices your choosing. These people that do this stuff shall be punished! This has to be banned along with anything else cruel.

    Like

  36. October 8, 2014 2:14 am

    Yes! Finally someone writes about any big news today.

    Like

  37. Torill Almerud permalink
    October 8, 2014 4:43 am

    Stop killing and abuse animal now

    Like

  38. October 8, 2014 2:14 pm

    Stoppped

    Like

  39. October 9, 2014 7:21 am

    Fabulous, what a webpage it is! This blog presents helpful data to us, keep
    it up.

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  40. Brückner permalink
    November 13, 2014 2:02 pm

    stop This massacre now 👿😡😱😨

    Like

  41. Ani Schneider permalink
    November 14, 2014 3:36 pm

    Mur fehlen die worte!

    Like

  42. Aryan Nair permalink
    November 14, 2014 10:02 pm

    hope the ones sending letters, protesting against this ritual are also protest against the mass slaughter which happens on a daily basis just to cater to the demands of the non vegetarian population.

    Like

  43. hilkeeitner permalink
    November 15, 2014 2:52 am

    Thanks, I have published this on our group against the Gadhimai massacre.
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/awnn.gadhimai.action/?fref=ts

    Like

  44. Bryn Baxter permalink
    December 5, 2014 8:48 am

    There is no hope for man after seeing this barbarity.It is time for humans to be gone from this beautiful planet.

    Like

  45. Aleksandra Kesidoy permalink
    May 14, 2015 12:16 pm

    Stop killing animals you fucking low class people

    Like

  46. Kristel werth permalink
    June 23, 2015 2:16 pm

    Stop the crulty

    Like

  47. Bailey permalink
    July 7, 2015 4:16 pm

    This makes me sick … Stop EATING AND KILLING ANIMALS WTF IS WRONG WITH PPL BE THE voice for the VOICELESS

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