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Looks like the UK is looking to surrender sovereignty to the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership.

This is a block with members who regularly eat dog meat. But that is what Brexiters voted for!!!

 

https://newseu.cgtn.com/news/2021-05-01/Deal-with-Vietnam-takes-UK-closer-to-joining-trans-Pacific-trade-group-ZUL1bsDNHG/index.html 

http://sdg.iisd.org/news/uk-to-start-formal-talks-to-join-trans-pacific-trade-deal/

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/27/eating-dog-vietnam-thailand-kate-hodal

 

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14 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebenstein said:

Looks like the UK is looking to surrender sovereignty to the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership.

This is a block with members who regularly eat dog meat. But that is what Brexiters voted for!!!

https://newseu.cgtn.com/news/2021-05-01/Deal-with-Vietnam-takes-UK-closer-to-joining-trans-Pacific-trade-group-ZUL1bsDNHG/index.html 

http://sdg.iisd.org/news/uk-to-start-formal-talks-to-join-trans-pacific-trade-deal/

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/27/eating-dog-vietnam-thailand-kate-hodal

 

Thank Christ the EU would never get into anything like that 😂

https://ec.europa.eu/trade/policy/in-focus/eu-vietnam-agreement/index_en.htm

Was this what the Remainers were voting for?

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18 minutes ago, Huggy said:

Thank Christ the EU would never get into anything like that 😂

https://ec.europa.eu/trade/policy/in-focus/eu-vietnam-agreement/index_en.htm

Was this what the Remainers were voting for?

I mean, did you even click on any of the helpful facts there, or are you really trying to imply that the EU now being able to export cars, wine, pills, and chocolate tariff free is the same as the UK lowering its food safety standards to match America's?

Because it isn't.

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43 minutes ago, dirtyduck said:

I’m more worried about taking food from the USA ,  mass production, hormone pumped, gm...ect.  

Don't worry, Magacorp will be very pleased to mass produce hormone pumped GMO dog/pig hybrids. 

10 Companies Control the Food Industry

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Don't know why this is seen as an Asian thing - my neighbour in Ireland when I was very young used to eat badgers and dogs too on occasion - was obsessed with unusual meats - thankfully not rats - a step too far. 

That said, badgers... bloody hell I just can't imagine what that would taste like, however well cooked. No, ta! 

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Different countries eat different animals - what's socially acceptable to one, may not be to another, but granted, you wouldn't want it being passed off in your kebab or pasty.

If you keep a balanced diet, I've yet to meet anyone who's died or gotten seriously sick from not eating meat. Certainly solves the problem.

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52 minutes ago, gruffydd said:

Don't know why this is seen as an Asian thing - my neighbour in Ireland when I was very young used to eat badgers and dogs too on occasion - was obsessed with unusual meats - thankfully not rats - a step too far. 

That said, badgers... bloody hell I just can't imagine what that would taste like, however well cooked. No, ta! 

I met a Swiss guy a few years ago. Keen hunter, said his favourite delicacy was badger lungs. Fortunately I never got offered any.

As for dogs, I'd be more likely to share the last of my food with one than eat him, I'd rather eat a human than a dog.

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1 hour ago, byron78 said:

I mean, did you even click on any of the helpful facts there, or are you really trying to imply that the EU now being able to export cars, wine, pills, and chocolate tariff free is the same as the UK lowering its food safety standards to match America's?

Because it isn't.

Every deal is unique, except (I will place a large bet on this fact), the requirement that the other side will have to eat dog meat if you deal with Vietnam. This is the "Brexit Leads to Eating Dog Meat" thread.

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1 hour ago, crash-and-burn said:

Different countries eat different animals - what's socially acceptable to one, may not be to another, but granted, you wouldn't want it being passed off in your kebab or pasty.

I have never heard of anything not being acceptable to eat in China. Except humans. 

Happy to be proven wrong.

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59 minutes ago, Huggy said:

Every deal is unique, except (I will place a large bet on this fact), the requirement that the other side will have to eat dog meat if you deal with Vietnam. This is the "Brexit Leads to Eating Dog Meat" thread.

Right...

Care to bet on the EU lowering food standards to match Vietnam?

Or apples for apples not your point (I'm presuming you have one)?

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2 hours ago, Bruce Banner said:

I met a Swiss guy a few years ago. Keen hunter, said his favourite delicacy was badger lungs. Fortunately I never got offered any.

As for dogs, I'd be more likely to share the last of my food with one than eat him, I'd rather eat a human than a dog.

They used to breed them a great deal back in Ireland and then cull loads - I think my neighbour got some dogs due for culling for his own type of culling (stews and the like). 

As for badger lungs - no!

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8 hours ago, Si1 said:

I'm not too bothered dog or horse meat really.

Indeed.  If the animals are reared & with compassion and kindness, & slaughtered swiftly, its no better or worse than any other meat.

However, any farm worker caught treating any beast with unnecessary cruelty, anywhere,  should be sacked or forced out of business and prosecuted. Intentionally hurting defenceless animals is disgusting.  This should be a red line in trade negotiations.

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