Yup, Slaughterhouse Sue, the spokes model for healthy eating has been at it again. Not one to let a scandal derail her quest of torturing and abusing countless equines, Suey has redoubled her efforts in offending as many people as possible. Among other things, today she is informing us that horse meat is like Viagra. I’m not even taking poetic license with that statement, although I wish I was.
“”Horse meat — the Tatars’ Viagra.”
There is a marketing line if I’ve ever heard one! 😉
(Now, if we can just get it introduced on college “Sex Week” menus I’m guessing we would have trouble keeping up with demand, eh?) Ha!
And why not? High in protein, low fat, super high in Omega-3 fatty acids…ought to do the trick!”
Aside from the obvious disgust I have with consuming horse meat, there is so much wrong with what she just said, I’m not even sure where to start. To even continue, I have had to take medication, phone a therapist and bleach my mind’s eye. There should be a law against this creature ever discussing anything sexual, in any context, as it places so many unwanted pictures of her in my mind, mostly featuring back fat, hirsuteness and bacon grease. My other half is contemplating legal action against her because, as a result of all of this, I have declared myself asexual and moved him into the guest room. There may be a little `Crying Game’ action from me later if I can’t stop the mental images from haunting me.
So what prompted this particular gross-out fest? This recent article from the NY Times : (http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/21/world/europe/horse-meat-has-a-following-in-moscow.html?_r=1&) Mostly, the article is about restaurants in Russia that serve horse meat and how yummy it is. Suey chooses not to comment on any of that and go straight for the gross out factor even though the article clearly states they do not source their horse meat from North America. None of that matters to this pig of a woman though. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised at what she focussed on as she has always seemed on the verge of orgasm when discussing the prospect of filling her gullet with cheval. I think calling it cheval is supposed to make it classy or something as she never fails to inform us that cheval means horse meat. Actually, cheval is just French for horse, but I’m not sure she’s aware of that.
Suey is also excited that The United Farmers Union has gotten behind the mass execution of all things equine in the worst way imaginable. (http://naturalresourcereport.com/2013/03/opposition-to-horse-slaughter-ban/) Basically, the article is the same old spin and is a statement in opposition of the SAFE Act. NFU President, Roger Johnson stated:
“NFU has strongly opposed any ban on horse slaughter in the past and is also opposed to the legislation currently being proposed. The subject of horse slaughter has gained increasing momentum in the media recently and, unfortunately, the narrative being played is plagued with misinformation. Proponents of the ban frequently argue that slaughtering horses is not humane, but it’s certainly more humane than leaving horses no longer fit for riding or other purposes to die from neglect, which is what is certain to happen in too many cases if this ban is enacted”‘
I’m beginning to realize that these people operate under the ego-bloated assumption that wearing a cowboy hat makes them an expert on anything with four legs. Not a single one of them, Suey included, have ever acknowledged that we are talking about less than 2% of the domesticated horse population. That means the overwhelming majority of horses are dealt with perfectly humanely when they are no longer fit for riding or useful in the traditional sense. What all of these asstards forget is that if they don’t like it, they don’t have to own horses. Period.
You’ve been living under a rock if you are unaware of the recent shitstorm surrounding the Sappington Snuff Flick and the Valley Meats connection. You’re also daft if you are surprised that the official stance by Suey is basically `no big deal’ and she even commends Sappington for showing `care and concern’ for the horse because he petted him before he executed it. Our good friend R.T. Fitch sums it all up, complete with Suey’s email response here: (http://rtfitchauthor.com/2013/03/22/slaughterhouse-sue-wallis-the-equine-advocates-gift-that-keeps-on-giving/). She further thumbs her nose at all horse lovers by linking an article that features none other than Tim Sappington extolling the virtues of eating horse meat. Strangely, he is identified as the kill buyer for Valley Meats and not as a contracted maintenance man as Valley Meats is now claiming. Sappington seems to know an awful lot about Valley Meats and potential customers for somebody that is just a maintenance man. Just sayin. The funny part about Suey linking this article up for one and all is that it has since been edited to state: As of March 21, Sappington is being investigated for animal cruelty charges in connection with a video in which he taunts animal welfare advocates while killing a horse. Activists outraged over Valley Meat’s plans to open the horse slaughterhouse circulated the video this week.
Aside from wetting her panties over the prospect of getting some horse Viagra, Suey has been busy trying to resurrect the all but dead United Horseturd Organization.
“Please support United Horsemen. It is a separate non-profit organization that is working to make things better for horses and horse people through education and advocacy. They are a way for the broader horse world to support those who are specifically working on restoring humane and regulated processing of horses, and the restoration of a normal market.
And really, they have become the most effective entity the horse industry has in Washington, D.C. providing leadership and a strong voice for and of the ordinary, everyday, hard-working horsemen and horsewomen that is so sadly lacking in that arena!”
Spin, spin, spin! She also issued a release to the UH members explaining their disorganization:
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Where Have We Been?
If the United Horsemen presence has seemed less prominent lately, it is because we have been working on public policy issues facing horses, owners, and industry professionals. Most of this activity has taken place out of the spotlight.
In addition to working toward the opening of our horse training and rehabilitation center and humane processing facilities, our current focus is opposing two damaging pieces of proposed federal legislation in Washington, D.C.
The first bill, HR 6388, is the so-called “Horse Protection Act.” This is an animal-rights backed policy cloaking itself as a safeguard against the cruel practice of soring Tennessee Walking Horses for show and competition. What it would really do is strip the entire horse industry of its ability to police itself. If this bill should pass, the federal government would be allowed to inspect any horse at any show organized by any breed association or discipline, and issue humane citations based on animal-rights groups’ standards! This is a truly alarming piece of legislation which would rob horse owners of their rights and clear the way for government agents to shut down the entire competitive segment of our industry. We need your help to stop it!
The other threatening measure concocted by the animal-rights lobby is HR 1094/S 541, the “Safeguard American Food Exports Act.” This is another ploy by the animal-rights camp to shut down humane horse processing facilities which are on the verge of re-opening in the U.S. The animal-rights groups are trying to use the recent headlines about horse meat in European products labeled as beef and pork to uphold their claim that horse meat is “toxic.” The truth is, although horse meat was found in those products, extensive laboratory testing detected no human health hazards.
We’re here, more active than ever, and we need you! When speaking out against measures like these on Capitol Hill, numbers count. Please join us, or re-join us, and lend your voice in support of United Horsemen and its pro-horse, pro-owner and pro-industry agenda!
Good to know they are going to fight for the right to continue to abuse and mutilate Tennessee Walking Horses despite the fact that Big Lick serves absolutely no practical purpose whatsoever. As we have all heard a million times from these asswads, they feel they should be allowed to abuse and torture every single living creature based on property rights. They garner support by spreading their paranoia like gasoline on a bonfire and talking about the dreaded `slippery slope’. I wish they would all slide on out of the public arena sooner rather than later. Stay tuned everybody. Things are reaching fever pitch!