Consciously and unconsciously we are all involved in the power of poison. In this dump age of throw it away, really far away and way over there out of sight from me mentality, wanton toxic waste damage is encircling and threatening to bite huge chunk holes from our growing and already arrogant collective arse holes.
Toxic turds come in many forms, but the premeditated and planned power of poisoning is so abjectly atrocious that its criminality against universal health and wellbeing should be met with swift and direct eradication of the perpetrators. Guess that would result in a majority cull of human beings.
Bali Dogs on streets, in villages and everywhere they reside are subject to agonizing and slow death by way of poison much more often than anyone knows. It is a common and readily used solution to rid what are obviously seen as toxic fur turds from a society that is beginning to drown in the environmental effluent of leftover consumable crap.
The poisoning of Bali Dogs is unfortunately not that special and there are sadly many who don’t care what happens and is done to those things that impinge upon personal comfort and convenience. It will become much tougher to Protect Promote Preserve the Bali Dog on any street or place where they threaten and impede progress. Their removal will be imperative in order to make way for an accelerating and insane purchasing power mentality.
Until the Bali Dog is seen as valuable and needed, unfortunately this unique and culturally significant canine will continue to be culled in the cruelest ways.