May 10, 2011

This Stuff grinds my Gears!

As you may have noticed before, I'm interested in going hunting, and therefore looked through a bit of the substance available on the web, and encountered some of the most hypocritic arseholes I've seen so far. Claiming to be "environmental activists", all they do is focus on how to denunciate Hunters and such. In total Ignorance of the fact that all the natural enemies of hunted animals are nearly extinct, so there are way too many red deer around nowaways which damage the wood and the livelihood of their offspring, they scream and yell as soon as someone shoots a deer.
Inhumane Hunting conditions, they yell.
Being shot into the heart which follows instant death in about 4-10 seconds is very inhumane, don't you think.
BUT going to eat at McDonalds, where millions and millions of farm animals are kept in mass stock, where they suffer until being slashed into small enough pieces to fit into a burger is A-OK!?
The bigotry of those r*tarded dissemblers instantaneously fires my Rage.
I hope you can understand my point.

12 comments:

  1. Hypocrisy is nauseating.

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  2. hahaha, nice title of your blog, reminds me of another blog ;)

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  3. This is america buddy, get used to double standards

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  4. @Clueless
    He's german^^

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  5. @ david
    i think most germans are even bigger hipocrites than some americans

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  6. I went hunting when I was over in the States, I say hunting but I didn't have the heart to pull the trigger.....

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  7. As long as hunting isn't only for fun I'm sure that it's a good and nevessary thing. Keep on reading and writing about this.

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  8. i sure can understand your point. Big problem is that no television show will ever show how animals are kept captured till they get slaughtered for mc or bk because then no one would eat there. So those companies know how to keep info traffic down

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  9. @Mekkor - I totally agree to everything you've said. It's true that people have no idea how is their food processed before they see it on their dish

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  10. All things in balance, but once you throw off the perfect balance that mother nature has achieved it's almost impossible to get it right again.

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  11. I've never been hunting, but I can imagine that would be a piss-take

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