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American Blood Dollars Destroy African Wildlife

Animals  (tags: African wildlife, canned hunting, trophy hunting )

- 4208 days ago -
Behind a carefully-crafted façade of "conservation," American trophy hunters are destroying our African wildlife heritage. Chucking a few dollars at local landowners in order to pillage our wildlife heritage is not conservation, it is colonialism. When


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Anita H (142)
Monday April 9, 2007, 8:17 am
Fucking wankers ..I wish someone would 'trophy hunt' their balls. The we'd see how macho they were!

Simone D (1462)
Monday April 9, 2007, 8:28 am
I agree Anita.

Maureen S (122)
Monday April 9, 2007, 11:04 pm
The disgust that I feel over this is nearly unexpressed! This is so outrageous; we have so many species going extinct, and yet there are those who think it adds to their "manliness" to go out and shoot a defenseless animal with some big gun!!! They aren't hunting for food . . . it's "sport!" It's sick is what it is. It's no wonder that so much of our world's wildlife is falling like flies!

This is colonialism; just a new era and a new country! We fought against these types of atrocities and oppressions to form America! So why turn around and do the same? I think as humans have evolved, they've become more inhuman; we need only note the news to recognise this one! Shame, shame, shaem; to use people locked in poverty without basic necessities like clean water to drink is slavery all over again.

Michael Cline (23)
Monday April 9, 2007, 11:28 pm
i agree 100 % they need to put trophy hunters out there with nothing but their hands and feet and then see who gets the trophy.hopefully the animals will have a nice snack of human
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