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Blood sport tourism in Poland


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11 Sep 2011 #1
The lone sir David Scholey with his so-called trophy can be viewed in many, British newspapers today, sir David Scholey, has recently been on a hunting trip and this time round, he killed a fully grown lion for pleasure.I am not an animal liberationist. I do not condemn hunting for food. Homo sapiens is a hunter and meat eater and I eat meat.

I do condemn bankers with huge bonuses acquired from accounts with which they have been entrusted spending their rewards on gratuitous sadism.

Sir David Scholey; 76-year-old retired banker and governor of the BBC is such a person. Angry Animal Welfare Groups condemn Sir David's hobby as " Sadistic and Selfish." He offers his attitude by stating " All animals I hunt are wild beasts, this trophy my latest is not an endangered species. I have been going on hunting trips all over the world for years. Obviously if I felt it was wrong I would not do it."

The League Against Cruel Sports issued a statement along these lines " It is outrageously self-indulgent and outrageous to kill magnificent animals for sadistic pleasure. It beggars belief that someone with such a position in public life should think it acceptable."

anorak.co.uk/292954/politicians/is-the-sun-using-lion-killing-david-scholey-to-get-ken-clarke-big-game-hunting-with-rupert-murdoch.html/

I hold absolute disdain for Scholey and his likes were ever they may be in the world.

The League against Cruel Sports: league.org.uk

What is your opinion on blood sports tourism in Poland, does this activity support the local community or is it just another sadistic pleasure?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386
11 Sep 2011 #2
What is your opinion on blood sports tourism in Poland, does this activity support the local community or is it just another sadistic pleasure?

out of town (not very far) there is hunting/shooting/killing deer. we are told that some animals have to be managed and it seems sensible in the case of deer. i just don't need to see it.

it also depends what is on the shooting list.

however, i'd be happy to stalk something... but shoot it with my camera.


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