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US Getting Cheap
Pig Imports From China

Now the US has another reason to fear China and it's dominance of our store shelves. Not only is glassware, cloths, toys, and tools made overseas, but now China is sending it's pigs.

Prior to this news story, which has been circulating in the back pages of many prominent newspapers, America was known to only export food such as grain and other crops. "America definitely has more food than it needs; I have NO idea why we would want any more!" Prof. Fred Anderson of Texas A&M told Coverups.com, "And livestock? It's just absurd!"

Reports of prices in numerous delis as low as $2.00 per pound cause a serious threat. Pig farmer Shannon McDonald has been quoted in many Midwest newspapers as saying, "Our swine are the happiest, healthiest in the world. Nowhere in our markets do we need Chinese pigs, and this is not about race, this is about our farmers fighting to survive."

But many Asian-American Groups have come out against native farmers that oppose the overseas competition. "The white farmer has had the upper-hand in this industry long enough! We deserve justice! Our hogs deserve equal treatment. The bigotry needs to be stopped," said Michael Wong of AAFLE (Asian American For Livestock Equality.)

Containers come in by the thousands everyday into Los Angeles and they usually carry anything from dolls to digital cameras. Lately the inventory has been found to walk on four legs.

Many of the swine that trot off the boats are Beijing Black, but the American meat industry aside, this raises more red flags with animal rights groups. PETA has once again come out, arms up in the air, about these allegations. "Just because they are on a different continent doesn't mean that they can treat these creatures like that. It doesn't matter where the animals are, all are equal," said Susanne Kohn at a recent march in Santa Monica, CA.

An example of a native
breed protected by US law.

Soon after this picture was taken, PETA stormtroopers stole this piglet and set it free in an unknown location.

Inquisitive minds at CoverUps.com started asking various people if they had ever actually seen the pigs themselves or the actual meat at the supermarket. They either said that they had not or declined to answer. We tried reaching the newspapers that printed the stories and were unable to speak with the original writers. One thing is for sure, make sure to check on the back for the words, "Grown in China."

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