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 Fourrure: protester contre les autorités chinoises!

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MessageSujet: Fourrure: protester contre les autorités chinoises!   Fourrure: protester contre les autorités chinoises! EmptyMar 13 Déc - 20:11

Pour protester auprès des autorités chinoises

Pour protester auprès des autorités chinoises à propos de leur façon de traiter les animaux (fourrure de chien et de chats, bile d'ours etc..) et leur demander de prendre des mesures de protection animale et ce avant les JO de 2008(menace de boycott), vous pouvez envoyer dans le cadre d'une campagne internationale la lettre ci-après : (attendez vous à pas mal de renvois de mails)

SOURCE OF INFORMATION
http://www.furkills.org/dog_fur_horror.shtml
http://justnicephotos.homestead.com/DogAndCatCruelFurTrade.html
http://www.animalsasia.org/

DOG & CAT FUR PETITION:
http://www.heathermillsmccartney.com/petition.php

CHINESE DOG/CAT FUR VIDEO:
http://www.petatv.com/tvpopup/Prefs.asp?video=jcruel_china_dog


Arrow Email block

english@mail.gov.cn, xhzhang@cnta.gov.cn, webmaster@cnta.gov.cn,
chinaembassy_us@fmprc.gov.cn, WEBMASTER@CHINA-EMBASSY.ORG,
webmaster@mfa.gov.cn, webmaster@agri.gov.cn, zxc@szhealth.gov.cn,
manage@moh.gov.cn, chinaculture@chinadaily.com.cn,
2008@beijing-olympic.org.cn, mishubu@beijing-olympic.org.cn,
zongti@beijing-olympic.org.cn, international@beijing-olympic.org.cn,
sports@beijing-olympic.org.cn, xuanchuan@beijing-olympic.org.cn,
guihua@beijing-olympic.org.cn, environment@beijing-olympic.org.cn,
marketing@beijing-olympic.org.cn, xinxiguanli@beijing-olympic.org.cn,
wenhua@beijing-olympic.org.cn, mediaoperations@beijing-olympic.org.cn

Object à varier pour éviter le classement vertical : animal protection laws / animal treatment / 2008 olympics...


Arrow LETTRE

Honorable Officials of China:

I urge you to make enforceable animal protection laws a priority before the
2008 Olympics in Beijing. Please do not let China's notoriously inhumane
bear bile farms and live animal markets tarnish your image during the Games.
In particular, I implore you to immediately enact laws to ban China's
dog/cat fur trade.

Like many potential tourists, I cannot support a country that condones
animal abuse. Neither revenue nor tradition justifies the profoundly cruel
Chinese dog and cat fur trade.

UNACCEPTABLE: Up to 8,000 caged dogs and cats are stacked into a single
truck for cross-country transport without food or water. At an animal market
in Southern China, investigators documented 20 cats smashed inside one wire
cage and dead cats draped over cages. I've seen the video footage with my
own eyes: Live dogs and cats flattened inside cages the size of filing
drawers are tossed from truck beds on to hard pavement. Animals scream as
their paws are crushed. Workers pull them out with long metal tongs and
fling them over a 7 ft. fence. Some of these cats and dogs still wear
collars and ID tags, indicating they are stolen companion animals.

UNCONSCIONABLE: Chinese fur markets violently bludgeon, hang, electrocute
and strangle fur-bearing animals, including millions of cats and dogs. Cats
are choked in their cages alongside live cats. Dogs are hung from wire
nooses and slashed across the groin. At fur farms in Hebei Province,
investigators videotaped workers carving off skin and fur from alert dogs,
foxes and other animals. Some fully skinned animals continued to blink and
breathe spasmodically as their hearts beat for another five to 10 minutes.

DECEITFUL: Dog/cat items are deceptively labeled Gae-wolf, Sobaki, Asian
Jackal, Wildcat, Goyangi, Katzenfelle, or other names before exported
abroad. Unsuspecting shoppers purchase unmarked, dyed or vaguely labeled
boots, coats, linings, toys and homeopathic remedies.

I will not visit a country that brutalizes animals to decorate a sweater,
line a coat or become a trinket. This is the ultimate betrayal of creatures
who are instinctively trustworthy and devoted companions to people.

I stand firm in my boycott of Chinese tourism, commerce and the 2008 Olympic
Games--unless China makes visible strides to end the vicious treatment of
dogs, cats, bears and other non-human beings. Thank you for accepting my
comments on this matter of international concern.

Sincerely,



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FULL CONTACT INFORMATION
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*All email addresses come directly from Chinese government websites. We have
researched this for a week. If a particular email bounces, there is nothing
more we can do.

Mr. Hu Jintao, President, The People's Republic of China
9 Xihuang-Chenggen Beijie
Beijing, China

Chinese Government's Official Web Portal: http://www.gov.cn/
email: english@mail.gov.cn

China National Tourism Administration
9A Jianguomennei Ave., Beijing 100740, China
ph: (0086-10) 65201114; fax: (0086-10) 65122096
email: xhzhang@cnta.gov.cn, webmaster@cnta.gov.cn
website: http://www.cnta.com

China National Tourist Office, New York (in the U.S.)
350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 6413 Empire State Building
New York, NY 10118
ph: 001-212-7608218; fax: 001-212-7608809

CHINA NATIONAL TOURIST OFFICES IN OTHER COUNTRIES:
http://www.cnta.gov.cn/lyen/contact/contact.htm

His Excellency Yang Jiechi
U.S. Embassy of the People's Republic of China
2300 Connecticut Avenue, NW; Washington, DC 20008
ph: 202-328-2500, 202-328-2551; fax: 202-588-0032, 202-328-2582
Political Affairs Office: 202-328-2548, 202-328-2520; fax: 202-745-7473
email: chinaembassy_us@fmprc.gov.cn, WEBMASTER@CHINA-EMBASSY.ORG
website: http://www.china-embassy.org/eng/

TO FIND CHINESE EMBASSIES IN OTHER COUNTRIES:
http://www.travelchinaguide.com/embassy/embassy_list.htm

COMPLETE LIST OF CHINESE EMBASSIES IN OTHER COUNTRIES:
http://justnicephotos.homestead.com/DogAndCatCruelFurTrade.html

Mr. Li Zhaoxing, Minister of Foreign Affairs, People's Republic of China
No. 2, Chaoyangmen Nandajie, Chaoyang District
Beijing, 100701
ph: 86-10-65961114; emal: webmaster@mfa.gov.cn
website: http://www.fmprc.gov.cn/eng/

Du Qinglin, Minister of Agriculture, People's Republic of China
email: webmaster@agri.gov.cn
website: http://www.agri.gov.cn/

Ministry of Health, People's Republic of China
email: zxc@szhealth.gov.cn, manage@moh.gov.cn
website: http://www.moh.gov.cn/

XU Guanhua, Minister of Science and Technology, People's Republic of China
15B, Fuxing Road
Beijing, 100862, P.R. China
Guestbook web form: http://www.most.gov.cn/eng/guestbook/guestbook.htm

Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China
15 Huixin Dongjie, Chaoyang District
Beijing 100025, China
ph: (8610) 6494 1107; email: chinaculture@chinadaily.com.cn
website: http://www.chinaculture.org/

Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG)
24 Dongsi Shitiao Street
Beijing, China, 100007
ph: (8610) 64009185; fax: (8610) 64009229
email: 2008@beijing-olympic.org.cn, mishubu@beijing-olympic.org.cn,
zongti@beijing-olympic.org.cn, international@beijing-olympic.org.cn,
sports@beijing-olympic.org.cn, xuanchuan@beijing-olympic.org.cn,
guihua@beijing-olympic.org.cn, environment@beijing-olympic.org.cn,
marketing@beijing-olympic.org.cn, xinxiguanli@beijing-olympic.org.cn,
wenhua@beijing-olympic.org.cn, mediaoperations@beijing-olympic.org.cn
website: http://en.beijing-2008.org/

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MessageSujet: Re: Fourrure: protester contre les autorités chinoises!   Fourrure: protester contre les autorités chinoises! EmptyDim 18 Déc - 21:15

Je précise que c'est pour protester contre la fourrure dans le cadre des JO de 2008. Ca peut être un argument de choc, car cet évènement est le prétexte là encore à une affaire de gros sous...

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