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Thursday, 19 April 2012

King Juan Carlos of Spain kills wild animals in Africa!

Spain's King Juan Carlos has successfully undergone hip replacement surgery
Spain's King Juan Carlos having a great time shooting elephant's in Northern Okavango area, Botswana, while the rest of his country is deep in recession. The animals often die in great pain after being terrorised by the hunters, wildlife preservationists say. Killing an elephant, particularly the dominant male in a herd, can play havoc with a population. Young males left bereft of an authority figure can run wild, hurting females or even other species, such as rhinos


More easy targets for the 74 year old king. This time he poses with 2 Water Buffalo that he has shot. Photograph: Target Press/Barcroft Media

  How can anyone find pleasure in shooting an elephant at point blank range in between the eyes. Unfortunately, thousands make the trip to Africa to shot wild animals for fun! One of them is Spain's King Juan Carlos. In The Guardian it said that 'While ordinary Spaniards cope with harsh austerity, recession and soaring unemployment, the country's royal family has been enjoying expensive hunting trips, one of which resulted in King Juan Carlos ending up in hospital. The 74-year-old monarch's fall in a park in Botswana provided an excuse for Spanish newspapers, who normally treat their royal family with kid gloves, to plaster their pages with photos of the king standing proudly in front of a dead elephant. The photograph came from the website of Botswana-based Rann Safaris, which had been taken down by Sunday.

  When I read all this, I questioned whether this story would of been exposed if Spain were not hitting hard times at the moment? Why have not the Spanish public questioned these actions taken by their king before?

 While the king was too busy gaining his trophy's by getting stuck into killing elephant's, no time to think about the recession in Spain, he had an accident. He arrived in Madrid to have an operation on his hip after breaking it. It's ashame he wasn't crushed by an elephant! His grandson, 13-year-old Froilán Marichalar, was hunting in Spain with a 36 calibar shotgun and shot himself in the foot. It is illegal for a 13-year-old to handle that type of gun.

  This I just can't take in. The King is the honorary president of World Wildlife Fund Spain, a conservation group that takes a dim view of shooting animals. The Spanish WWF has been flooded with calls demanding that the king resign his presidency.
 But hang on minute, didn't our very own Prince Philip, the founder and driving force behind the WWF, the first ever President of WWF in the UK, from 1961 to 1981, and is now President Emeritus of WWF International, shot elephants and other wild animals?

tiger
A tiger was lured into range by tethered goats and shot dead by Philip. Later, Philip was in a shooting party with Alec Douglas Hume (Lord Home), the Conservative Prime Minister, Bilderberg Group chairman and bloodline of the Scottish Brotherhood families and a mother mother elephant and her calf came into range. Philip shot the mother while her calf ran off in terror and himself and the queen call themselves conservationist and environmentalistThey do this just for the sheer hell of it and are not fit to live on this planet!! There all HYPOCRITES and really piss me off!!

  Like father, like son, like grandson. According to a FOX News report, Prince William drove a metal tipped 7 foot long spear through an antelope while on holiday in Kenya and killed it for the fun of it. The prince had been taking hunting lessons from a Masai tribal member.
   The Mail newspaper reported that Prince William recently purchased 250 different kinds of birds... pheasants, ducks and partridges for the blood sport of shooting them out of the sky like clay pigeons at Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham Estate. The story is reopening debate about the Royal Family and their participation in blood sports. Prince William reportedly participates in the Highgrove fox hunts that set a pack of hounds after a fox to corner it and tear it to shreds. This is a cruel and barbaric hunt that has been condemned by The League Against Cruel Sports.

Clearly, this asks the question, do the royals give a rat's ass about animal welfare or the environment?

Why do people support and like these hypocrites?


  Meanwhile the American twisted version of a royal family, the Trumps, made headlines in March when grisly photos of the sons of Donald Trump surfaced, showing the lads posing with various animals they'd extinguished on a Zimbabwe safari, including an elephant whose tail had been removed after the kill. "I have no shame," the Donald, Jr. said on Twitter in the aftermath (referring to the photographs). It's a strange day when Donald Trump is the voice of compassion.

 They do this just for the sheer hell of it and are not fit to live on this planet!! There all HYPOCRITES and really piss me off!!

Showing their spots: Don (left) and Eric (right), seen here with a leopard that they killed on their trip to Zimbabwe
This photo hit me hard! Don (left) and Eric (right), seen here with a leopard that they killed on their trip to Zimbabwe
Proud to be a hunter: Don holds the sawed off tail of an elephant on a hunt in Africa
Don holds the sawed off tail of an elephant on a hunt in Africa
Rare game: The pair pose with the 12'8
Not the first Crocodile that they have killed

Costly sport: The kill fee for this Waterbuck was $1,997.00 Waterbuck cost $1,997.00 to kill

  This kind of thing is only for the very rich. If you would like to go on one of these hunting trips. With Rann Safaris cost upwards of $8,700 (£5,500) a week, with an elephant costing a further $15,000 to kill. A day out with professional hunter Jeff Rann, pictured with the king, costs a further $2,000.

  The king's hunting trip, which officials described as private, has caused a storm of angry comment from animal lovers and those wanting to know how much it had cost.

PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEO IF YOU CAN STAND IT!

http://youtu.be/0m23rM2WYl8

Note that all comments have been removed. I wounder why that is?

  It's a very disturbing promotional video on YouTube and shows Rann shooting elephants – which can be killed with licences bought at auction from the Botswana government – in the Okavango delta.
"You have to manage the world's animal populations, to their betterment," says Rann, who did not answer queries from the Guardian. "We are trying to improve their habitat."
King Juan Carlos has been involved in hunting scandals before. Six years ago, officials dismissed as ridiculous allegations that he had shot a drunken Russian bear that had been plied with honey and vodka. The royal family has a troubled history with guns. The king shot and killed his brother in an accident when he was a teenager

5 comments:

  1. **** all these hunters!
    It´s disgusting! These people should'nt have been born!

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  2. Great website you've got. Added it to my blog list

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  3. How about hunting the hunters.. Name one in Holland and I'll be glad to look 'em up. These people don't understand what life is, and only think of their own 'status'.

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  4. sooo disgusting! I cant believe their STUPID faces looking happy over the slaughtered animals...

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  5. L'elefant terrible, Juan Carlos, go to christian church thus, supposedly, he's a christian... The empty eyes and idiot faces of the other two craps show how useless they're breathing our air! Wish the worst for them with all my heart

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