Kim Jong-un Labels Dog Meat As ‘Superfood’ Encouraging Everyone To Eat It

What do you consider yourself when you label dog meat a superfood and encourage people to beat their pets to death? Kim-Jong un should be able to tell us. He suggests that dog meat is filled with vitamins and is good for stomach and intestinal health. This after battles had been fought to stop North Korea’s traditional torture and slaughter of dogs. He tells his starving population that dog meat is more nutritious than beef, pork, chicken and duck.

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In a sickening message from the state’s propaganda channel it is claimed that the meat of a dog tortured to death tastes even better. According to DPRK Today, the North Korean YouTube channel of propaganda, it is considered a stamina food and is good for the intestines and stomach. The channel also instructs watchers to torture the defenseless animal to death before removing the fur and scorching it.

Many other media outlets glorified dog meat as a great nutritional product while a radio station called the Tongil Voice called puppy stew a medicine. Tyrant Kim-Jong un warned all those that follow him that they may need to go on an ‘arduous march’, referring to a four year famine that killed millions of people in the 1990s.

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While the excessively fat dictator loves to gorge himself on European cheeses and expensive wines while the majority of his people hardly have any food to eat and they have to get by on a state ration that is severely reduced to boot. Amnesty International commented that the recent reductions in rations are sure to put the suffering masses in a position where they will not have enough to eat.

The meat of a dog is said to have a warming quality due to its richness and is a popular food for winter because of it. In the past dogs have been bred for slaughtering purposes or strays were killed for food but animal rights activists have reported dogs wearing collars being found when intercepting dog traders.

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