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Jan 11 2018

Applied Multiculturalism: Dismembered Horses Along Florida Roadside

Opening the floodgates to millions upon millions of immigrants from the Third World certainly has enriched the multicultural tapestry. Rachel Taylor of Animal Recovery Mission (ARM) made a gruesome discovery in Northwest Miami-Dade — the remains of 20 horses discarded along the roadway:

“They’re taking every bit of meat, horse meat for human consumption,” said Taylor. “It’s also that they’re being used for rituals and ceremonies. This one was killed for its meat, but it’s also killed for Santeria.”

Remains could be seen laying in the grassy area, but others were in bags. “We just slashed them open, and it was tails and hooves and skulls,” Taylor said.

Finding discarded horse parts is a regular occurrence in the neighborhood. According to ARM, many of the horses are acquired by theft.

We’re not in Kansas anymore.

On a tip from Bodhisattva.

8 Responses to “Applied Multiculturalism: Dismembered Horses Along Florida Roadside”

  1. Mr. Freemarket says:

    One of the reasons that fewer people are on food stamps.

  2. Watchman59 says:

    I know it has happened in the past (John Wayne Gaysee(sp?) comes to mind) but how much longer until they start regularly finding human remains in the same condition? According to evolution we’re just highly evolved animals, after all.

  3. geeknerd says:

    Santeria demonstrates the failure of Roman Catholicism to convey the message of the Cross; Jesus’ sacrifice was only needed once, and was sufficient for all; hence the expression “once and for all.” That’s why animal sacrifice is no longer necessary.

  4. physicsnut says:

    Lunduke reads from Damore lawsuit

    // lunduke – cpu bugs + james damore GOOGLE SUIT

  5. Anonymous says:

    Horses are friggin’ expensive– from where are these ignorant Democrat savages stealing them and when will they start washing up on beaches at the hands of gamblers, horse owners and organized crime?

  6. Anonymous says:

    Miami has a big horse racing community and they ain’t farm ponies… just sayin’.

  7. Callawyn says:

    >1,000 Puerto Ricans per DAY invading Florida since the Hurricane.

    200,000-300,000 total expected, no one really knows for sure when the invasion will end.

    I work for a power company in VA, last week an email went around looking for 300 Linemen to go to PR for 6 months.

    Much of the Island is still in the dark.

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