Category Archives: Animal Rights

Trapped

How many wild foxes Fall foul to these snares These cruel torture chambers Badgers and Hares Other wild creatures no doubt Fight for breath And so very slowly Die an agonising death Under the branches In bracken somewhere They lie … Continue reading

Deer oh deer!

Our wildlife up for grabs In woburn bedforshire We hear The Duke of Bedford’s Wondrous herd Of 9 species of Deer All waiting to be shot at Murdered in cold blood Its a money earner And there will be a … Continue reading

The question of zoophilia and non consent

I am not content With no consent And animals appear To have the very thin End of the wedge And to this end I am Clear We need to look at Human beings And animals and say There are many … Continue reading

Kangaroo’s slaughtered

It happened in Western Australia In June and July 4 men apparently carried out Violent acts and why Just because they felt they had The right to And we know A film exists seen by the police And the press … Continue reading

ICELAND its nationalistic objections to stop the whaling

Freedom of action A maxim they say Self-determination For them its the way Uncontrolled and uninfluenced Unbowed they will pay Whatever it costs At the end of the day To continue the fight To take minke and fin And humpback … Continue reading

The elephant and the other great beasts and a special thought for iceland 76

From wildness and abundance In the wilderness of cause Ancestral shadows flourish And to some a diapause A wistful inclination Of the enemy abroad Whose arrogance and ignorance We battle to afford As size goes we are Truly a dominating … Continue reading

The predicament is growing

The “Farley Mowat” crew One Oona Layolle A captain on manoevres Trying to Avert the gaze of artisanal fishermen Who are laying gillnets Illegally, they do Believe their livelihoods Are being ruined But its all tied in with The Totoaba … Continue reading

The faroes and their medieval customs

Thors harbour thats the capital Of the Faroes A craggy set of islands Where there be 50,000 people throwbacks From the norse days Butchers of the beaches Tragically A medieval bloodlust An affliction No benediction hear I have to say … Continue reading

“Marjan” the last lion

A precious stone they called him A gift from Cologne Zoo To Kabul Zoo on Kabul river When he was just two That was in 1976 It was a thriving place But was dangerous and very threatening And wars moved … Continue reading

CO2 and Pigs

How can you sleep in your bed MR Gove? With Defra still dragging its feet Co2 slaughter I mean every snorter Suffers the hell NO nothing is sweet About being lowered down into a chamber Panic sets in they are … Continue reading