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Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Mbeki: 3:16pm On Aug 15, 2010
Why are these fowls transported in this barbaric manner? Are there no cages in Nigeria? Animal rights activists in Nigeria should rise up for these poor chickens!

Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Kobojunkie: 3:19pm On Aug 15, 2010
ROFLMAO!!! grin cheesy grin grin cheesy grin
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by ChinenyeN(m): 3:22pm On Aug 15, 2010
You cannot be serious. . .
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Mbeki: 3:35pm On Aug 15, 2010
ChinenyeN:

You cannot be serious. . .

You wish! even though they are being taken to the slaughter slab, at least it should be done decently, they are living beings and enjoys life as you do. can u take a ride in an "upside ya head" position like those chickens?
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by ada24: 3:39pm On Aug 15, 2010
people are dying of hunger and lack of access to medicine in nigeria and ur concern here is how chickens are being transported. na wah o!
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Jakumo(m): 3:51pm On Aug 15, 2010
The way in which animals are treated in any culture is a direct reflection of how humans beings are treated by that society.    Destitutes who die in the streets of Nigeria are NOT promptly collected by the "cadaver men" as they are in Mumbai, India.  No sir, in Nigeria, human bodies are often simply ground to shreds by passing traffic, or just left to putrefy, swell and burst by the roadside, as indifferent pedestrians walk by, all totally inured to such horrific sights, by frequent exposure.

In such a surreal landscape of human misery and abject squalor, the spectacle of livestock being subjected to prolonged torture will never raise an eyebrow, any more than does the sight of accused witches or prick thieves being lynched and set alight by baying mobs.   "Welcome to Hell", is what that Lagos airport road billboard sign ought to read, to really prepare visitors to Nigeria for what they will inevitably witness.
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Nobody: 3:58pm On Aug 15, 2010
@post/picture
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Animal rights in Nigeria?
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Mbeki: 4:01pm On Aug 15, 2010
Jakumo:

The way in which animals are treated in any culture is a direct reflection of how humans beings are treated by that society. Destitutes who die in the streets of Nigeria are NOT promptly collected by the "cadaver men" as they are in Mumbai, India. No sir, in Nigeria, human bodies are often simply ground to shreds by passing traffic, or just left to putrefy, swell and burst by the roadside, as indifferent pedestrians walk by, all totally inured to such horrific sights, by frequent exposure.

In such a surreal landscape of human misery and abject squalor, the spectacle of livestock being subjected to prolonged torture will never raises an eyebrow, any more than does the sight of accused witches or ittybits thieves being lynched and set alight by baying mobs. "Welcome to Hell", is what that Lagos airport road billboard sign ought to read, to really prepare visitors to Nigeria for what they will inevitably witness.

You said it all! maybe lives doesn't mean anything in Nigeria, whether human beings or animal beings,
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by jamace(m): 4:06pm On Aug 15, 2010
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Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Beaf: 4:29pm On Aug 15, 2010
Mbeki:

Why are these fowls transported in this barbaric manner? Are there no cages in Nigeria? Animal rights activists in Nigeria should rise up for these poor chickens!

Yes o! By eating them quick, quick! grin
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by ChinenyeN(m): 4:42pm On Aug 15, 2010
Mbeki:

You wish! even though they are being taken to the slaughter slab, at least it should be done decently, they are living beings and enjoys life as you do. can u take a ride in an "upside ya head" position like those chickens?
No, I mean, you. You cannot be serious about this topic of "animal 'rights abuse'" in Nigeria. . . I mean, really. . .

The photo is hilarious though.
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Nobody: 4:44pm On Aug 15, 2010
You wanna see how chickens are killed here? I puked when I saw the factory that supplies KFC. I've boycotting KFC since then.!!! Those chickens have a little freedom than their cousins here. Killing animals is barbaric enough but the way they are killed makes us savages. Animals are us and we are animals too. It's just false pride that makes us think we are better. Animals eat themselves they don't kill themselves like us. Who is civilized? They are free but we got unnatural needs!
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Sharonf(f): 4:54pm On Aug 15, 2010
ABSOLUTELY HILARIOUS. grin
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by philip0906(m): 5:09pm On Aug 15, 2010
Mbeki:

Why are these fowls transported in this barbaric manner? Are there no cages in Nigeria? Animal rights activists in Nigeria should rise up for these poor chickens!
animal rights
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Nobody: 5:13pm On Aug 15, 2010
Mbeki, why dont you protest like this?:

[img]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_EjO9VPAb6OI/Rqg2shgtnSI/AAAAAAAAAVs/qKIb1U05VJg/s320/korea+kfc+cruelty.jpg[/img]


Put yourself in a cage in the middle of oshodi or ikeja. It might work lol
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by EzeUche22(m): 6:57pm On Aug 15, 2010
All I know is that I like dogs, and I do not like people mistreat them. That being said, Nigeria has other things to worry about.
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Mbeki: 7:39pm On Aug 15, 2010
philip0906:

Is it not same u campaigning in dat defunct thread 4 gay and lesbian rights?now u've turned your radar 2 animal rights
You ain't saying the truth dude!this is my reaction to that topic on gay. If u're gay, don't invite me with style cos am not game!

https://www.nairaland.com/nigeria?topic=495020.msg6552524#msg6552524
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by philip0906(m): 7:41pm On Aug 15, 2010
Mbeki:

You ain't saying the truth dude!this is my reaction to that topic on gay. If u're gay, don't invite me with style cos am not game!

https://www.nairaland.com/nigeria?topic=495020.msg6552524#msg6552524
oh. . .must have confused u with someone else. . .sorry,I hereby,retract my statement grin grin
But,which one is animal right again?
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Mbeki: 7:55pm On Aug 15, 2010
^^ very well then! animal rights?, google it
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Sagamite(m): 8:06pm On Aug 15, 2010
Mbeki, you have lost your mind!

Jakumo:

The way in which animals are treated in any culture is a direct reflection of how humans beings are treated by that society. 

Nah!

The way animals are treated in any culture is a direct reflection of how many disney and disney-like films they have been subjected to in their early growth years. It has hardly any baring on how human's are treated.

Once you have seen little mister piggy talking, elephants crying, chicken's lecturing, bears having a family picnic, eagles being addressed as Mr/Mrs etc repeatedly is when you start equating them to humans and creating arguments for animal rights that is close or on par to human rights.

It is called "Nurtured Delusion". It mostly formulates over years of being fed a delusion.

You see signs of this disease when you see people writing/talking and calling an animal "he" or "she" instead of "it", without any neccesitation of knowing the sex of the animal.
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Sagamite(m): 8:15pm On Aug 15, 2010
9jaganja:

You wanna see how chickens are killed here? I puked when I saw the factory that supplies KFC. I've boycotting KFC since then.!!! Those chickens have a little freedom than their cousins here. Killing animals is barbaric enough but the way they are killed makes us savages. Animals are us and we are animals too. It's just false pride that makes us think we are better. Animals eat themselves they don't kill themselves like us. Who is civilized? They are free but we got unnatural needs!

CHINEKEOPABIOM!!!

Dis one don loss con[b]f[/b]letely!!!  grin grin grin grin grin
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by philip0906(m): 8:19pm On Aug 15, 2010
Mbeki:

^^ very well then! animal rights?, google it
yh. . .It won't work in a country like ours undecided
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by tpiah: 8:41pm On Aug 15, 2010
Animal rights activists in Nigeria should rise up for these poor chickens!

we have heard you and are rising up shocked
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Nobody: 9:51pm On Aug 15, 2010
Quote from: Mbeki on August 11, 2010, 09:02 AM
Take a look at his face  properly, he reminds me of someone recovering from imbecility. If his father was gay, will he ever be on this earth? The plane he will take to come back to Africa to promote gay rights will crash and only him and his gay group will die in the crash. Is not normal; GAYS ARE UNDER DEMONIC INFLUENCE!

You cannot even bring yourself to treat your fellow man with respect and yet you somehow want everyone else to do it with chickens? Come on, get real.
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by becomrich3: 10:04pm On Aug 15, 2010
we are talking of a country where human have no right, someone is talking of chicken right or gay right. Human being have no right. Dont you people get it.

Look at this satellite picture, does that look like a nation where human have right, Nowsomone is talking of chicken right. you make me laugh.

Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Sagamite(m): 10:08pm On Aug 15, 2010
becomrich3:

we are talking of a country where human have no right, someone is talking of chicken right or gay right. Human being have no right. Dont you people get it.

Look at this satellite picture, does that look like a nation where human have right, Nowsomone is talking of chicken right. you make me laugh.

grin grin grin grin grin grin

AAHHH!!!

This na real mental issue o.

How map enter this now?
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Nobody: 10:12pm On Aug 15, 2010
I concur with becomrich3. Many people, including myself, have been saying this for a while but in African cultures life is cheap. We just do not value life, especially human life, beyond short sighted ethnic, familial, or personal relationships.
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by debosky(m): 10:18pm On Aug 15, 2010
Maps show that Nigerians don't care about animal rights. . . . .you honestly cannot make this up. cheesy
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by koruji(m): 10:21pm On Aug 15, 2010
This is indisputable truth. However, only when the humans begin to treat themselves with utmost dignity would animals in their midst stop suffering horrific acts. In this light the call to do something about animal abuse in Nigeria sounds absurd - you have to save the humans first. Do you see helments on the heads of those two?

Jakumo:

The way in which animals are treated in any culture is a direct reflection of how humans beings are treated by that society.    Destitutes who die in the streets of Nigeria are NOT promptly collected by the "cadaver men" as they are in Mumbai, India.  No sir, in Nigeria, human bodies are often simply ground to shreds by passing traffic, or just left to putrefy, swell and burst by the roadside, as indifferent pedestrians walk by, all totally inured to such horrific sights, by frequent exposure.

In such a surreal landscape of human misery and abject squalor, the spectacle of livestock being subjected to prolonged torture will never raise an eyebrow, any more than does the sight of accused witches or prick thieves being lynched and set alight by baying mobs.   "Welcome to Hell", is what that Lagos airport road billboard sign ought to read, to really prepare visitors to Nigeria for what they will inevitably witness.
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by Bluetooth2: 10:26pm On Aug 15, 2010
@poster
Animal rights ke ? I've not heard of that before in nigeria anyways go to mushin and see serious Ram fight gambling,
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by udezue(m): 1:25am On Aug 16, 2010
Its kind of hilarious  grin to talk about animal rights in a nation where human rights doesn't even exist but the way a society treats its less fortunate is bad reflection on the its people.
But lol its still a great cause.
Re: Animal Rights Abuse In Nigeria by udezue(m): 1:27am On Aug 16, 2010
Idehn:

Quote from: Mbeki on August 11, 2010, 09:02 AM
You cannot even bring yourself to treat your fellow man with respect and yet you somehow want everyone else to do it with chickens? Come on, get real.

DANG!!! I read Mbeki's comment. LMAOOOOO U do have a point. Total contradiction.

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