Nearly 6,000 Dead Pigs Removed From Huangpu River, China

Mar 13, 2013 Full story: MediLexicon 7

Nearly 6,000 dead pigs have been removed from the Huangpu River, one of the main tap water supplies of China's largest city, Shanghai.

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Beijing, China

#1 Mar 13, 2013
make it 12435.:)
Xi Jinping is a PIG too

Port Moody, Canada

#2 Mar 13, 2013
Perhaps these are not pigs but CCP Cadres jumping into the river after realizing the regime is doomed and they will have to face justice?

Someone have a closer look.

Pigs or Chinese Communist Party Cadres?

Can YOU tell the difference?

Surrey, Canada

#3 Mar 13, 2013
CCP Cadres v. Diseased Pig Carcasses

They are both fat, bloated, diseased, repulsive, stinking, harmful to China, the similarities are many.......

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Mar 13, 2013
Luckily it wasn't 6001.

Surrey, Canada

#5 Mar 13, 2013
I expect we will have an updated count of these dead, diseased, bloated and festering CCP Cadres/Pigs soon......

Hamilton, Canada

#6 Mar 13, 2013
Welcome to China :)

Port Moody, Canada

#7 Mar 14, 2013
^Enjoy the scenery and the spectacle of bloated, dead pigs floating in their thousands down the rivers!

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