Thursday, August 02, 2007

Chinese official dead because of dead pets

In the last paragraph of a story about a video game in China where people are encouraged to punish, torture, and kill, corrupt officials is this:

"The former head of China's food and drug watchdog, Zheng Xiaoyu, was executed last month for corruption, with his killing hailed by the state-run press as a warning to other corrupt party members."

This is directly connected to the contamination of U.S. pet food coming out of China. You see, in the U.S., people lose some of their treasured pets....the U.S. media erupts in outrage, Congress demands greater oversight of food imports.....and China responds to the embarrassment that the U.S. fit has caused it on the world scene by killing the official who oversaw the ministry that deals with these things.

I hope people are happy. A person was murdered for your pets sake.

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