Protest letter to the brutal festival at Nem Thuong Village, Vietnam, in which pig is cut in half

Blood money has now another meaning… WHY does people feel the need to inflict such horrible pain to animals? How can you willingly stand there with hot blood pouring over your hands and say it’s a ‘tradition’?

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Please protest the brutal festival at Nem Thuong village, Vietnam, in which a pig is drawn and butchered in half while fully conscious.

This is one Vietnamese festival that makes even non-animal lovers cringe.

Every year near Hanoi, thousands of people from the village and nearby villages will gather to smear the blood of the pig on their banknotes in the belief that it would bring luck in the new year. The festival is known as the most brutal in the country and is condemned by many, including some who called on the government to stop the festival.


WHOM TO CONTACT

Please copy and paste the below text and send it to the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam using their contact form on their website (please note that for Title, I entered Ms, and I did not put anything it theā€¦

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2 thoughts on “Protest letter to the brutal festival at Nem Thuong Village, Vietnam, in which pig is cut in half

  1. Allmost all the Animals are very intelligent, social and loving. Please don’t inflict or harm or murder them cruelly. These Vietnamese people need to learn how to respect other living beings as the way they would like to. These animals are God’s creations. They are not for the evil ruthless heartless Barbarians to murder and torture them. Those evil people who do brutality to innocent loving animals should also die the same way with agonizing painful manner. What goes around should come around on those evil scumbags.

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