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Funny. The Eco-Terrorists of the EU and worldwide say and do nothing about the rampant corruption in Thailand that is a poisonous thorn in a foot....but when it comes to monkeys earning a honest living....🤔

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On 2/13/2020 at 10:21 AM, bluesofa said:

So better to stick with human abuse and employ the locals to collect the coconuts.

Your moral compass is skewed. Cruelty is cruelty.

 The human employees will be better treated.

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17 hours ago, geriatrickid said:

Your moral compass is skewed. Cruelty is cruelty.

 The human employees will be better treated.

Most monkey employees receive a better treatment then their human colleagues. 

 

Arjen

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On 2/14/2020 at 7:45 PM, PhilAtUbon said:

So if they are objecting to monkeys being used as part of the agricultural process, when will they stop importing vegatables from countries which use oxen, buffaloes etc to plough fields?

 

 

 

Lets ban lamb as well as farmers use dogs to heard them.

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On 2/14/2020 at 11:49 AM, yokat said:

I don't know of anybody who refused to buy coconut milk because of it being harvested using a monkey, I don't think most people are even aware of it.

Could it be that once again another country does it better and/or cheaper than here ?

I believe you are right;
monkeys are an excellent scapegoat while the main reason is too strong baht ..

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11) You will not post slurs, degrading or overly negative comments directed towards Thailand, specific locations, Thai institutions such as the judicial or law enforcement system, Thai culture, Thai people or any other group on the basis of race, nationality, religion, gender or sexual orientation.

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Interesting that this article appears to be aimed at Thailand only because there is at least one Thai company that exports coconut milk from Indonesia not Thailand.  No information is available about whether or not there is any monkeying around on that front.

'nuf sed.

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Just dress them up as farm workers and maybe no one will notice.

 

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On 2/14/2020 at 8:45 PM, PhilAtUbon said:

So if they are objecting to monkeys being used as part of the agricultural process, when will they stop importing vegatables from countries which use oxen, buffaloes etc to plough fields?

 

 

 

It's not the using of monkeys that gets P.E.T.A.s knickers in a twist they claim that they use cruel methods to train them.

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I saw a guy with a monkey both sharing M150 on break from coconut collecting. No joke.

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