CBC post’s anti-dog scare story in name of diversity

Dogs aren’t cute, they’re scary

Every time I pass by a dog on the street, I can’t keep my eyes away.

Not because I’m suddenly overwhelmed with all those emotions that make dog videos some of the most popular on the internet.

For me, it’s something else. Something that causes my stomach to cramp. Something that makes my heart beat so fast, I feel like anyone who came close would easily hear the rhythm. And sometimes, especially when the dog is not on a leash, that same thing makes me cross to the other side of the street.

That thing is pure fear.

Go home to Nigeria and take your dog hate with you.

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The ban was announced on January 29 by Tehran’s chief of police, Brigadier General Hossein Rahimi, who said the decision was made in a meeting with representatives from Tehran’s prosecutor’s office.

“We have received permission from Tehran’s prosecutor’s office and will take measures against people walking dogs in public spaces, such as parks,” Rahimi was quoted as saying in an interview with the hard-line Young Journalists Club news site, which is affiliated with Iran’s state broadcaster.

He said the reason for the ban was “fear and anxiety,” which he claimed dogs were creating in society. “It is forbidden to drive dogs around in cars and, if this is observed, serious police action will be taken against the car owners in question,” he added.

Dogs are great, Islamists hate them.