Saturday, February 17, 2018
The Olympic Venue Is Surrounded by Dog Meat Farms And Dog Soup Is Still On Menus Despite ProtestsWhistleblower Senior Spoiled Sports Editor Andy FurBall says the most offensive thing he’s seen at the 2018 Winter Olympics has to be all those South Korean restaurants in Pyeongchang county that are still serving “Dog Meat Soup.”
Dog Meat Soup is not something you’d feed your dog to soothe his upset stomach. We’re talking about somebody actually putting dog meat in your soup. Some of those pictures are really disgusting.
Breitbart says the South Korean government offered restaurants serving dog-meat soup money to take it off the menu during the 2018 Olympic winter games but most refused, according to media reports
AFP News Agency reported last week:
South Koreans are believed to consume about one million dogs a year as a summertime delicacy, with the greasy red meat – which is invariably boiled for tenderness – believed to increase energy.
Activists have stepped up campaigns to ban dog consumption, with online petitions urging boycotts of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics over the issue, and protests in Seoul.
Local authorities asked the 12 dog meat restaurants in Pyeongchang county to stop serving the food during the games, in exchange for subsidies. But only two have complied, Pyeongchang County government official Lee Yong-bae told AFP.
“We’ve faced a lot of complaints from restaurant operators that we are threatening their livelihood,” the official said.
The Blower also remembers the 2008 Summer Olympics. We were all Bulimic in Beijing when Whistleblower Culinary Correspondent Martin UpChuck introduced us to “Dog Livers with Vegetables” and “Snake about to be Cooked.” Martin said the snake tasted just like squid.