Wednesday, 4 September 2013

THE WAR HAS BEGUN - How the Romanian Government are using the death of a young child to misuse public funds and begin the vile massacre of Romanian Strays

URGENT - CHECK OUR PETITION UPDATE - IT HAS COME TO LIGHT THAT THIS COULD BE A CASE OF THE ROMANIAN GOVERNMENT USING THE STRAYS TO COVER UP AN INFANTS ATTACK BY A PEDOPHILE AND CHILD MURDERER TO GET THAT VOTE TO SLAUGHTER THE STRAYS...HOW LOW WILL THE ROMANIAN GOVERNMENT SINK TO GET THAT VOTE?

NEW FOOTAGE BY JOURNALISTS FOLLOWING THE ROUTE THE 4 YEAR OLD WOULD HAVE HAD TO TAKE TO GET TO WHERE HIS BODY WAS FOUND...A ROUTE BY THE GRANDMOTHERS STATEMENT WOULD HAVE TOOK HIM 45 MINS TO MAKE  ( SHE STATES OUT OF HER SIGHT FOR JUST 45 MINS)

YOU WILL SEE IN THE CLIP THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN AN IMPOSSIBLE TASK FOR A 4 YEAR OLD TO COMPLETE. PROVING THE COVER UP AND HOW ROMANIA'S GOVERNMENT WOULD RATHER PROTECT A PEDOPHILE AND CHILD MURDERER IF IT GIVES THEM THE EXCUSE TO MASSACRE THE DOGS AND MAKE SOME EASY MONEY. 


THE WAR HAS BEGUN

A few days ago sadly a young child and a sibling was in a Romanian park was left unsupervised by the grandmother. Sadly the boy was attacked and killed by a stray dog the boys name was Ionut, his brother also was bitten but this was not fatal . We do not know what provoked the attack, or who was to blame This most certainly was an awful thing to happen to any child, to any family. Across Europe we know this is a rare occurrence. However this single child's death has given the Romanian government the perfect excuse to declare war on the strays and line their vile pockets with public money.

The Romanian government right now are cruelly catching every stray they can see in every town and village and horrifically battering, poisoning and stabbing them to death. Tiny puppies, pregnant bitches NONE are being spared the barbarity







For every dog caught, killed, cremated the local dog pound invoices its local city hall on average 120 euros each dog, the city hall then take from the public purse (local tax payers) and sends a nice hefty cheque back to the dog catchers and city pound that are normally related in some form or another to the mayor of the city hall or the mayor is on the dog catchers payroll. Now do you see why they need public backing, why the scaremonger tactics?

They are not asking for the citizens permission to kill the dogs, they are asking the citizens if they can con them out of the taxes they pay the city halls!!!

THIS ENTIRE EXERCISE AND SCAREMONGER TACTICS IS A BLATANT MISUSE OF PUBLIC FUNDS, SOMETHING THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION CAN STOP AND INVESTIGATE
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Please help us to stand up for the strays of Romania and end this one sided, unfounded and barbaric massacre now by completing the following I whatever order you wish:

Step 1 – Educate yourself on the situation, read the information and stats below to understand why this barbaric war on the strays is a smoke screen and why it needs to be stopped.

Step 2 – Click here and sign the petition adding your own personal comment to why this must be stopped. Give your voice to those that cannot speak for themselves.

Step 3 – Share and cross post this red alert on yours and others social pages. In emails and anywhere that will help this red alert go viral as soon as possible.

Step 4 – For even greater impact, make your way through the emails and telephone numbers, face book pages and so on, contacting the people in power that can and should stop this vile war from continuing. Some example letters have been provided below. (Please do change and add your own words. This really will have a greater impact than a generic letter sent by others)

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STEP 1
(EDUCATE/ARM YOURSELF WITH THE FACTS)

Romanian Government lies:
LIES - Romanian stray dogs are dangerous and MUST be eradicated by all means necessary.

The Romanian government claim that their stray dogs are a terrible threat to public safety( using the death of a poor child to spur this war), so we compared recorded stray dog attacks in other European countries in comparison to Romania's. We then compared the human population of each of those countries in comparison to Romania’s. After all if dogs are a threat to humans, we must take into account the human population in comparison to the attacks.

This is what the Stats prove:

FACT - Despite having a higher amount of strays on the streets in comparison to other European countries , they have a lower year on year rate of dog attacks ( See our data at end of this red alert) to the majority of other EU countries.

FACT – You are no more likely to be attacked by a dog in other European countries than you are buy a stray dog in Romania.

FACT - You more likely to be attacked by a owned pet dog in Germany, UK or Italy than you are from a feral street dog in Romania ( see stats below) The Romanian Government are lying not just to its own people but to the rest of Europe.


This cruelty MUST STOP 
This massacre MUST STOP 
This Fraud MUST STOP 
This lies MUST STOP 

The European commission already have a petition from (Kendra Pinder) Action Aid for Animals on the table that was presented last year that is still open, warranting an investigation into Romanian Governments misuse of public funds they need to action this immediately.

The European commission MUST ACT NOW and demand a stop to this massacre pending a full investigation into the basis of this war on strays. This is NOT about controlling the population of domestic strays, this is a cover to commit fraud of their own countries citizens taxes on a mass scale by the Romanian Govenment.

FACTS AND FIGURES PROVING THE WAR ON STRAYS BY THE ROMANIAN GOVERNMENT IS BUILT ON LIES

Germany Dog Attacks 303.031 - Population 82,302,465
Italy Dog Attacks 213,446 - Population 60,550,848
UK Dog Attacks 221,583 - Population 62,035,570
France Dog Attacks 222,147 - Population 62,787,427
Ukraine Dog Attacks 175,485  -  Population 45,448,329
Spain Dog Attacks 148,091 - Population 46,076,989
Romania Dog Attacks 82,189 - Population 21,486,371
Belgium Dog Attacks 38,045  - Population 10,712,066
Austria Dog Attacks 30,054 - Population 8,393,644

The Romanian government states its strays are so very dangerous towards humans.
YET other European countries who have a higher rate of dog attacks, or lower Human population but higher dog attack ratio advocate sterilisation NOT BARBARIC AND UNFOUNDED MASSACRES.

This is because unlike Romania WE DO NOT use our domestic stray population to defraud our citizens.

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STEP 2
Sign, share and cross post petition

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STEP 3
Share this red alert, help us make this go viral. Let the world know what is truly happening in Romania right now

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STEP 4
Emails and Contacts, make your voice known

Ministers of Romania:
Here are emails to various Romanian Politicians spanning various regions

procetatean@presidency.ro
Please, send as well your letters to fax:
Parliament: 00 40 21 3120828, 00 40 21 3146934; Government: 00 40 21 3139846


Head of the European Parliament
Martin Schulz
Form to fill in to contact him directly. Please do take your time in doing this, be polite and courteous...http://www.europarl.europa.eu/the-president/en/president/html/contact

European Ministers
Find your local MEP and write to them

Romanian MEP's
Just pick a few or all and write to them


The National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety - office@ansvsa.ro

Media – Address to The editor
stiri.craiova@digi24.ro
anca.ochianu@lupamea.ro redactia@lupamea.ro
martorocular@realitatea.net
redactia@romanialibera.ro
contact@evenimentul.ro
info@RomaniaTourism.com
office@gds.ro

Reference the inhumane and abusive treatment of animals



14 comments:

  1. just received this from my EU rep. Dear Ms Moore,

    Thank you for your message.

    Your question has already been put to the European Commission. In response, the Commission refers to a previous question on the same subject. You can read Commissioner Dalli's response here: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getAllAnswers.do?reference=E-2011-007161&language=EN

    In short, the treatment of stray dogs in the EU is the sole responsibility of the Member States, and therefore the EU has no power to take particular action in this field at the present time. It would require a further transfer of powers from Member States to the EU for this to happen.

    Yours sincerely,

    Kilian Bourke

    Caseworker to
    Andrew Duff
    Liberal Democrat MEP for the East of England

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    1. That is correct the EU cannot interfere in controlling domestic strays, can you reply to your MEP and point out this petition IS NOT about how Romania controls domestic strays, it is about the misuse of public funds. Something the EU most certainly CAN get involved with.

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  2. Add to the charade the fact that the child was killed on an abandoned private property, not in a park, by dogs that were protecting the area. But that fact is ignored and the terms used by everyone are "in the park area", suits better their intention of making people believe their are in grave danger.

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  3. This is obviously a very sad situation. I am well aware of the stray dog situation in Romania living near a shelter housing 5,000, but his blends into insignificance compared to 5,000,000+ on the streets.
    From my experience dogs become aggressive only after being attacked or hurt by humans with stones, sticks, cars or beaten by drunk owners while they are chained up for life. I own a beautiful German/Romanian shepherd stray, which had her ear cut by somebody to make her more aggressive, fortunately, it did not work; she is really lovely, obedient and goes everywhere with my daughter, staying at her side, a lead is never necessary.
    The problem lies with the education of people as the root cause of the problem; many have little idea about animal welfare and animal rights. Chaining up a dog for life is the mentality of many. Also is sterilising a dog and putting them back on the streets to be hit by cars or have their legs run over and broken. There is nothing worse than seeing a dog with a freshly broken leg trying to walk, the look of pain and bewilderment clearly says, “what have I done”, it makes me want to cry just thinking about it.
    The crazy thing is that the standard of car driving in Romania is appalling; drivers can kill and maim people with virtual impunity especially if you have the right connections. Do they have car drivers killed, of course not, one would think a driving licence is a licence to kill and some cash solves many problems. This is so wrong.
    However this is besides the point, clearly something has to be done with regarding the dog situation and the numbers on the streets reduced, but this should be addressed in controlled and dignified way and not as a financial opportunity to take even more tax money from the people.
    However without educating people regarding animal right and welfare little will change in the long run. A glimmer of hope is that the younger generation show more care towards animal, maybe this is because of television.
    Oh yes, a stray that was dumped opposite my house has just given birth to 10 puppies in the ditch. Should I amend the above figure to 5,000,010+ should I take them to the pound and towards certain death, I am already feeding too many, there is no easy solution.

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    1. Everything said above is 100% true. It's a sad ugly world that we are living in here, in Romania. :(

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  4. http://www.dcnews.ro/2013/09/cine-l-ar-fi-ucis-pe-copilul-de-patru-ani-imaginile-traseului-si-explicatii/?fb_action_ids=10151843488954938&fb_action_types=og.likes&fb_source=other_multiline&action

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  5. What is even worse is that this may be a cover up by the media in order to distract public attention from another major problem: the public seizing of the private properties in Rosia Montana and forced relocation of the population. Rosia Montana is the proposed location for the largest cyanide open-pit mine in Europe.

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  6. These strays are not dangerous..only animal I see to be very afraid of is the HUMAN one going around poisoning and killing every live dog and or cat it comes in contact with. There is some sort of scam going on to promote all this killing as it has come on so strong and suddenly and is being pushed so hard by the government.. they have to be getting some sort of kick back for it. Its a sad world when the government turns on its own people to destroy all the beauty and love within its borders.. Be careful of your own pets.. they may decide NO dog is safe and come into your yards and homes to take them as well. Greed is a ugly master to satisfy.

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  7. It should be the vile soulless humans destroyed how can they warrant this its just an excuse and cover up!

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  8. Nulla rivela meglio il carattere di un uomo quanto il suo modo di comportarsi quando detiene un potere sugli altri. Un cane medio è una persona migliore rispetto alla media delle persone.

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  9. Ati lungit-o peste măsură cu video-ul vostru. Oameni raționali nu cumpăra. Ati vrut o gradina zoologica deschisa dar căinii nu pot trăii fără stăpîn nici în secolul asta.

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  10. ROMANIA
    Asociatia pentru Reformarea Sistemului de Impozite si Taxe (ARSIT)
    Association for the Tax System Reform
    Drumul Sabareni 24-26, birou 1D301t,
    sector 6, Bucuresti, Romania
    President: Mr Octavian Radu
    Director Executiv: Delia Catarama
    web: www.arsit.org.ro
    e-mail: office@arsit.org.ro or delia.catarama@arsit.org.ro
    Tel: +40.213.124.148
    Fax: +40.213.124.148

    Council of Europe
    (Romania has signed and approved the European Convention for the Protection of Pet Animals; http://conventions.coe.int/Treaty/EN/Treaties/Html/125.htm ; this means that the Convention is part of Romanian Law and can be used before a Court).
    Private office of the Secretary General and the Deputy Secretary General
    private.office@coe.int

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