Friday, October 25, 2013

Pamela Anderson defends the bulls in Spain.

Pamela Anderson defends the bulls in Spain.

Former lifeguard on the beach Pamela Anderson sent a letter to the Spanish politicians , asking to reject the bill, which provides the bullfighting cultural heritage status .
 The actress is fierce defender of animal rights . In the letter sent by the NGO People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ( PETA ) , Anderson wrote: " I ​​was shocked to learn from PETA that the government is considering a law for the protection and promotion of bullfighting . Argentina , Ecuador and Colombia , as well as many cities in Spain , have banned bullfighting and many countries are going in this direction. " Spain is a modern country with many treasures - art, architecture and music to set as such only some of them. Therefore, many people around the world love to visit the country and experience its rich heritage.
But in 2013, in an otherwise civilized society , the desire to continue the unjust killing of susceptible animals is perverse ... "says Pamela " torture of bulls for entertainment is typical of the dark ages , not the 21st century.
Please , take a compassionate stance against this cruel pastime , aside bill on protection of bullfighting , "says the blonde sex bomb.

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