i think this article is very subjective about local culture. first, This is the culture of the local people of North Sulawesi, they usually consume dog, rat, snake and other extra ordinary animals as daily food (Maybe a lion if it exists), not much different from other cultures in other countries. second, I think the problem is just how the animal slaughtering. as local people of North Sulawesi, i think our way of killing still more humane than other cultures. the last, all the meat slaughter animals or animal’s meat processing every where is not always fun, there are still many amazing place in North Sulawesi 🙂
In February 1941, Dahl was discharged from hospital and passed fully fit for flying duties. By this time, 80 Squadron had been transferred to the Greek campaign and based at Eleusina , near Athens . The squadron was now equipped with Hawker Hurricanes . Dahl flew a replacement Hurricane across the Mediterranean Sea in April 1941, after seven hours flying Hurricanes. By this stage in the Greek campaign, the RAF had only 18 combat aircraft in Greece: 14 Hurricanes and four Bristol Blenheim light bombers. Dahl saw his first aerial combat on 15 April 1941, while flying alone over the city of Chalcis . He attacked six Junkers Ju-88s that were bombing ships and shot one down. On 16 April in another air battle, he shot down another Ju-88.