Chinese Man Imprisoned 500 Cats in Tiny Cages to Sell as Food to Restaurants

If it were not for pressure from Western civilization, the Chinese would quickly revert to raising and killing cats and dogs for meat.

It’s one example of why civilizations are not created equal and why Western civilization offers the most humane approach to life.

Excerpt from Daily Mail

A Chinese man has been caught keeping more than 500 cats squeezed into tiny cages that he was planning to sell as meat to restaurants for £3 each.

The vendor, known only as Sun, lured people’s pet cats and strays using sparrows and caged birds in the city of Jiujiang, Chinese media reported.

Horrified police found hundreds of felines trapped in the back of a small truck, with many of them near death and mewing faintly in the sweltering heat.

More cats were found in a nearby hut, where they were crammed into metal cages and were cooled by a ceiling fan to stop them dying in the heat.

Sun had allegedly intended to sell the cats to restaurants in other cities for 30 yuan.

Hong Kong and China have banned the killing of dogs and cats for sale as meat, but have not specifically outlawed consumption.

Sun was arrested on Sunday after a suspicious villager called Mr Yang told police that someone had been stealing his pets, including a mother with five kittens.

He also tipped off officers to the cats being stowed at the hut.
Police said on Sunday that a journalist had told them about a batch of cats meant for sale on a truck.

After a raid by Danyang city police rescued more than 500 cats, all of them were later released.

It comes as an animal lover who claimed to look after stray cats at home was caught butchering the felines before selling them to restaurants in November.

Sickening images have emerged showing dozens of cats killed, frozen and even decapitated at the man’s tiny warehouse in Chengdu, south-west China.

An undercover investigation carried out by the local Chengdu Business Daily revealed that the man, named Huang Fuping, sold the dead cats as rabbits to meat vendors in rural China for 20 yuan per kilogram (£2.30).

The authorities seized nearly two tons of feline carcasses. In addition, 49 live cats were rescued.

No matter where you live, if you have immigrant neighbors from the Far East, keep your animals inside at all times.

And never eat in a Chinese restaurant unless you want to consume someone’s beloved pet.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Mao Zedong

Have the snowflakes at the American universities seen this brutally honest quote?

Wikipedia

On 1 October 1949, Mao proclaimed the foundation of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), a one-party state controlled by the CPC. In the following years Mao solidified his control through a campaign of classicide against landlords,[1] and a mass purge of perceived enemies of the state he termed as “counter-revolutionaries” alleged to have caused between 2,000,000[2] to 6,000,000[3] deaths. (Mao himself admitting 800,000[4] deaths in the classicide and 712,000[5] in the suppression of Counterrevolutionaries) In 1957, he launched the Great Leap Forward campaign that aimed to rapidly transform China’s economy from an agrarian economy to an industrial one. The campaign contributed to a widespread famine, whose death toll is estimated at between 15,000,000[6] and 55,000,000[7]. In 1966, he initiated the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, a program to remove “counter-revolutionary” elements of Chinese society that lasted 10 years and which was marked by violent class struggle that killed 400,000[8] to 10,000,000[9] people, widespread destruction of cultural artifacts and unprecedented elevation of Mao’s personality cult.[10] In 1972, Mao welcomed American President Richard Nixon in Beijing, signalling a policy of opening China, which was furthered under the rule of Deng Xiaoping (1978–1992). Mao suffered a series of heart attacks in 1976, and died in September, aged 82. He was succeeded as Paramount leader by Hua Guofeng (1976–1978), who was quickly sidelined and replaced by Deng.

Styx Tells the Whole Truth about Climate Change in 8 Minutes (Video)

Africa, India, and China are responsible for man-made climate change, if you believe that climate change is due to man’s activities.

90 percent of the money that the U.S. was going to be putting into fighting climate change would be wasted or stolen by American con men at home and by corrupt governments abroad.

Styx offers worldwide martial law designed to protect the rain forests in South America and Asia as a solution to the the problem. He also mocks the “solar power” solutions offered by con men in the West as the answer to global warming.

As usual, Styx hits it just right.

Brief Site Announcement: Saboteur365 Went Viral in POLAND

POLAND HAS SOME REALLY SMART PEOPLE.

When a Chinese mob chopped off the penis of a Negro rapist in 2015, I covered it, including embedding explicit photos of the happy circumscion.

However it happened, the good racist folks in Poland discovered that post on Sunday.

Normally, the site gets 7,000 views a day, going up to 12,000 or so views on a big news day where people discover the site on Facebook or via a Google search. To put that into perspective, Henry Makow’s highly popular site receives 22,000 views a day.

Yesterday we hit 21,000. I don’t know how it happened, but I’m proud to be waking up the good people of Poland with a little tale of “racism” writ sharp.

Traitor Kushners Apologize for Pitch Luring More Chinese into Amurkistan

Give (((us))) your half million bucks and then come stay in the US.

That’t the pitch for Kushner 1, a big New Jersey real estate development being promoted by the President’s son-in-law. Since yesterday’s post on this story, it’s gotten legs and the Kushners have been forced to apologize for their sordid money grubbing treason.

WNYC

The sister of President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, highlighted her powerful brother as she pitched financing the family firm’s real estate project in New Jersey to Chinese investors.

That’s according to reporters from The Washington Post and The New York Times, who were attending the publicly advertised event at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Beijing on Saturday before press was removed from the room.

“Speaking in a ballroom, [Nicole] Meyer said the project ‘means a lot to me and my entire family,'” according to the Times. “She mentioned her brother’s service as chief executive of Kushner Companies, the family business from which he resigned in January, saying he had left to serve in the Trump administration.”

This is the latest in a series of conflict-of-interest questions surrounding the vast business interests of top Trump administration officials.

“It’s highly problematic,” Noah Bookbinder, the executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, tells NPR. “It appears that Jared Kushner’s family business is using his name and his official position to bring in investment.”

Kushner Companies “apologizes if that mention of [Meyer’s] brother was in any way interpreted as an attempt to lure investors,” it said in a statement emailed to NPR, adding that it was not her intention. It said the One Journal Square project would provide millions in tax revenue and bring in thousands of construction jobs to New Jersey.

The event was organized by QWOS, a firm that helps Chinese citizens access U.S. green cards through investments. Its advertising highlights the controversial EB-5 visa program, which provides a path to a green card to foreign nationals who invest at least half a million dollars and create 10 full-time jobs.

“Invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States,” said one pamphlet for the event to raise money for the project, according to the Post.

The program is popular with some commercial real estate developers, who use it to raise funds for their projects, as NPR’s Greg Allen has reported. But it has also been linked to fraud schemes and critics are uneasy about the idea of “essentially selling visas to wealthy foreigners with no proven skills, paving the way for money laundering and compromising national security, as Bloomberg reported.

Before Kushner joined the Trump administration as a senior adviser, the news agency added, his family firm raised some $50 million through the EB-5 program for a Trump-branded luxury apartment building in New Jersey.

Kushner’s lawyer, Blake Roberts of WilmerHale law firm, said in an emailed statement that Kushner “will recuse from particular matters concerning the EB-5 visa program.”

Bookbinder, from the watchdog group CREW, says that “at this point, it might make sense for him to consider broader-based recusals on China issues as well, as more and more business ties keep on coming up.”

Roberts also stressed that Kushner has distanced himself from the firm he used to run:

“Mr. Kushner has no involvement in the operation of Kushner Companies and divested his interests in the One Journal Square project by selling them to a family trust that he, his wife, and his children are not beneficiaries of, a mechanism suggested by the Office of Government Ethics.”

Kushner’s mother and siblings are beneficiaries of that family trust, a White House official confirmed.

Ethics watchdogs had wanted to see Kushner’s assets sold to independent third parties, rather than to a family trust.

Treasonous Kushners Promoting Chinese Immigration (But Only Rich Chinese)

Hey Jared! I have an idea. Let’s scam the chinks! There’s lots of good money over there in China that we can suck into another real estate project. The Donald won’t care. He likes rich people. Right, dude?

The Hill

Representatives from the Kushner family business are encouraging wealthy Chinese citizens to “invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States.”

That was the tagline for an event held Saturday in the ballroom of the Ritz-Carlton in Beijing, The Washington Post reported. A woman identified as the sister of senior presidential advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner delivered a message encouraging those in the room to invest in a New Jersey real estate project to get an investor visa.

The visa, known as the EB-5 immigrant investor visa program, gives foreign investors the opportunity to invest in projects in the U.S. that create jobs. It then lets them apply to immigrate to the U.S.

The event was hosted by the Chinese company Qiaowai, which is working to get funding for Kushner 1, a project in New Jersey.

“This project has stable funding, creates sufficient jobs and guarantees the safety of investors’ money,” one description of the project said.

Promotional materials made note of the Kushner family’s “celebrity” status, but did not mention the president specifically. Organizers were also reportedly uncomfortable with media attendance at the public event and attempted to block access.

A Chinese investor who attended the event, Wang Yun, told The Post the family’s association with Trump could go both ways.

“Even though this is the project of the son-in-law’s family, of course it is still affiliated,” Wang said.

“We heard that there are rumors that he is the most likely to be impeached president in American history. That’s why I doubt this project.”

They call the Chinese the Jews of the Orient. Everything is about money to them. It’s part of their national character.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Pearl S. Buck

We in America are certainly struggling against the evil men who go by the name Deep State.

Wikipedia

Pearl Sydenstricker Buck (June 26, 1892 – March 6, 1973; also known by her Chinese name Sai Zhenzhu; Chinese: 賽珍珠) was an American writer and novelist. As the daughter of missionaries, Buck spent most of her life before 1934 in Zhenjiang, China. Her novel The Good Earth was the best-selling fiction book in the United States in 1931 and 1932 and won the Pulitzer Prize in 1932. In 1938, she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature “for her rich and truly epic descriptions of peasant life in China and for her biographical masterpieces”.[1] She was the first American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.

After returning to the United States in 1935, she continued writing prolifically, became a prominent advocate of the rights of women and minority groups, and wrote widely on Asian cultures, becoming particularly well known for her efforts on behalf of Asian and mixed-race adoption.