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Watch: Evil Bean-Goblins Kidnap Texas Pupper

Luis Castillo
Daily Stormer
October 11, 2018

This happens every day, but this time, it got caught on high quality CCTV, so you get to see it.

These squat subhumans can afford a shiny new Cadillac, but they can’t just buy a puppy, or adopt one?

They do this out of pure boredom and malice. This is literally a hate crime – there is no reasonable economic motivation, they just want to fuck with some guy by stealing his puppy.

It’s terrorism. 

KXAN:

Police are investigating after the video, obtained by local NBC affiliate KXAS, was posted on social media.

Two men are seen standing next to the fence in a rural neighborhood as one snatches the 10-week-old French Mastiff by the scruff of its neck and carries it to a parked Cadillac SUV.

The Dallas Morning News reports the theft happened around 2:20 p.m. Saturday on Milam Road — about 15 miles southeast of downtown Dallas.

Two adult Mastiffs in the yard bark as the suspects take the puppy.

The owner came home to find one of his dogs, named Chipper, missing. The puppy is also microchipped, the owner said, giving him a better chance of getting home.

If you’ve ever been through subamerica, one of the first things you will notice is the stray dogs running around everywhere. Every single one of their countries is the same, in this way. Individual dog owners fail to neuter them, because that costs money, or if their spic governments offer to do it for free, they still fail to do it, because it costs time.

Then, when they have too many dogs, they feel too many feelings to just kill them outright, so they drive off someplace and abandon them.

They have a saying that accurately encapsulates this philosophy:

“Eyes that don’t see, heart that doesn’t feel.”

Like with women, any moral-seeming behavior that comes out of a subamerican comes from an “aww that’s so sad” animal instinct, and not from actual “Knowledge of Good and Evil.” They’ve learned that they can avoid their sad feeling reflex if they just make sure that they don’t have to see the results of their own negligence.

All of subamerica is an industrial scale puppy sacrifice machine.

The cities are full of mangy packs of stray dogs that people set loose because it’s easy, which the governments can’t be bothered to round up, which run around breaking open trash bags and occasionally biting people. Outside the cities, the roads are typically splattered with doggie gore every so many kilometers, as drivers who cannot be bothered to brake do the work of governments that can’t be bothered to keep feral dog numbers in check.

From the Mexican perspective, it’s completely alien that an American would even have pet dogs in a thoughtfully enclosed grassy area on their property, kept clean and microchipped. Even the beaners that “like” their dogs take about as good care of them as they take good care of their children – which is to say, they chew leaves in the shade all day, or watch Mexican soap operas while their kids fuck off and do whatever.

This video shows nothing more than an act of beaner resentment against Americans that take responsibility for their animals, something that they are genetically incapable of understanding.

They’ll probably just get bored with the puppy after a while, and throw it off on the side of a road somewhere.

Or, maybe, they were just hungry.

Mexico Lore:

The Aztecs only domesticated two animals, dogs and turkeys, both of which were eaten (usually only at feasts). Dogs were well fed (enlarge the main picture to see what on…). Above all the Aztecs enjoyed eating small, hairless, mute dogs brought to Aztec markets from the town of Acolman – the ‘itzcuintli’, a relative of the chihuahua (Pic 1). Though meat was a relative luxury, the Aztec diet was ‘ample, nutritious and well-balanced’, in part at least thanks to some unusually efficient and nutritious foods: the Aztecs were anything but fussy – they ate ‘practically every living thing that walked, swam, flew or crawled…’ (Professor Bernard Ortiz de Montellano).