Image of the Day – 34

So crucial is the cruelty to the hunter’s ‘fun’, they employ people to create man-made homes for foxes. This way, they can then easily flush foxes from these false earths before hunting and killing them.

Nice people, hunters.

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    gilesbradshaw said,

    I don’t use artificial earths. All I do is use my dogs to flush out and chase deer.

    And I am a nice person.

    I’ll be doing this over Christmas break and the truth is LACS allow me to because they like me know that what i do is more humane than the so called ‘humane’ alternative of flushing out and then shooting allowed under the Hunting Act.

    Shooting causes deer unspeakable pain it is a nonsense to say that shooting flushed out deer is more humane than chasing them.

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    gilesbradshaw said,

    There has to be limits to this blind subservience and enforcement of a ridiculous law.

    The fact that killing a wild animal is put into the law as a condition of an actions legality imparts both a right to break it and a duty not to enforce it.

    It is a thoroughly good thing that the Hunting Act is openly flouted. LACS allow the law to be broken because they know it is flawed.

    People throughout the ages have broken unjust laws. It is a keystone of social progress. I am very proud to stand up and break the Hunting Act.

  3. 3

    gilesbradshaw said,

    There is a very basic point here.

    Putting a condition that animals are killed and hence often caused huge pain into the Hunting Act is fundamentally wrong.

    LACS are well aware of this.

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    gilesbradshaw said,

    The police have a right not to enforce the law – they choose not to – you should respect that.

    LACS have a right not to monitor me breaking it. They choose not to monitor me – you should respect that.

    I have a right to break the Hunting Act because it is an extremely badly drafted and stupid piece of legislation. You should respect that.

    There is no rational or moral justification for the condition in the Hunting Act for reasonable steps to be taken to kill animals. The very idea is obscene.

    I will continue to break the Hunting act


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