Why China has a 'one dog policy'
Western human rights activists have never made much of a fuss about it, but China 's "one child policy" has a little known canine equivalent.
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#1 Jun 24, 2013
"The plastic permits look very like Chinese ID cards, with the dogs photo, name, sex, and type printed on it."
Yes, there is really no difference in the tiny, stunted minds of the Chinese Communist Party Cadres, between their Chinese slaves and dogs.
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