Some recent reporting about the treatment of Bali Dogs by representatives of welfare organizations is to say the very least, sickening. If such reports are in fact true, should we be really at all very surprised. As downright shocking as the reported actions are, it’s quite frankly naive to believe that human contact with nature is a blessed union.
More and more organizational structures are being exposed for their cruel selfish behaviour. Their underbelly of inhumanity directed at their own and any other kind, is being uncovered as individuals use social media as a whistle blowing mechanism.
Unfortunately and all too historically common, those who have attempted to expose such organizational abusive human structures are promptly ganged up on, painted as insanely disgruntled and threatened with all manner of legal verbal and physical retribution. Thankfully now in this interconnected global community, those who risk shining a light on such deep dark and downright dirty behaviour have a worldwide mass of like-minded people to at least offer a degree of digital support.
Bali Dogs certainly do not deserve abuse from those who purport to actually be saving them from abuse, it’s the ultimate oxymoron. For too long, welfare organizations have been able to use their targeted furry demographic to build power and esteem, free from serious questioning and legislatively legalized demands upon full and open disclosure.
Nothing on Bali is simply black and white. Bali dogs present a full energised colour spectrum. They never ever forget human kindness or cruelty and in their very own unique furry Buddhist fashion they have a way of enacting Karma, in ways that we will never fully understand.
Bali Dogs do not need saving. They deserve to be offered genuine protection, sensitive promotion and their historical connection with Bali people preserved. But most of all and most certainly they deserve respect.
Especially from those who have gained fame and fortune for themselves on the back of each and every single one of them.