Vietnam: Dog Eater Promoting Dog Meat On Facebook
Nguyễn Đăng Hải is a dog meat eater actively encouraging people to eat dogs. In his latest Facebook post he drools about his love of the smell and taste of eating freshly killed dogs to his 10,526 followers. He thumbs his nose to animal lovers on Facebook who curse him for promoting dog meat. He calls himself the Professor of Love.
In Nguyễn Đăng Hải’s own words: “These days many people who post on Facebook curse people like me because we like to eat dog meat. They think they can scare me. Maybe this afternoon I’ll buy dog meat and eat it to remove the black and fear animal lovers try and put into me.
I like to eat dog meat. Dog meat is a delicious food. Lol! Last year was cold and I preferred to sit with friends with a plate of dog meat marinated with banana leaves, and think about the work I’ve done.
For those who have eaten dog meat and and still love it like myself, there’s nothing like the feeling of soft, sweet fat of boiled dog or even steamed dog meat. The feeling when you bite your teeth into boiled dog or fried crunchy dog! Pungent dog meat in shallow banana leaves with aromatic fragrance of lemon tamarind, served with thin slices of Pangolin. A spicy hot cup of dog meat in a banana leaf going down your throat is a feeling of love to the end of life which you can not forget.
The taste of dog meat is very different from chicken, pork or shrimp. If there is dog meat on the tray the other dishes are invisible.
Western culture now makes it hard for children to love eating dog meat like their father. My friends also know people do not eat dog meat. While I respect the views of the younger generation, why do you think you can curse me and use bitter words at those of us who love eating dog meat?
Dog food is a long-standing dish. In addition to the 36 streets in Hanoi, there are many more characteristic streets, which can not mention Nhat Tan Street, as well as flower streets and dog streets. Nowadays, people’s appetite also changes. Western culture has become a habit that has diminished the amount of people eaten, and good dog meat stalls have sprung up, making it unnecessary to travel overseas to eat dog meat,” (end of report.)
Nguyễn Đăng Hải’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/nguyendanghai.thanglong. Nguyễn Đăng Hải is from Hanoi and now lives in Saigon.
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