Category Archives: Hunting and Poaching ( includes canned hunts)

Hare hunting

The Hunting Act  supposed to have ended this  horror The  Evilness out there And all in plain sight it isn’t the first  time And it won’t be the last Wild Hare’s are hunted and are  being  killed fast Hunting with … Continue reading

Pangolin

Scales of Keratin such structure and elasticity this hobgoblin of the heated plains a resilient soul who be Novel in  its peculiar gait Attractive  one might say Who loves  a tasty termite anytime of day the tragedy for Pangolins is … Continue reading

Canada Goose

What a wicked brand of arrogance Within the heart of man Who Markets their apparel and truthfully they plan To actually give the impression That collecting down and fur Is eminently ethical Not an idea that I concur Down comes … Continue reading

Sea Shepherd v the Poachers

The lunacy of poachers Their wickedness and sin From China and the EU To Africa to win Themselves a bunch of Precious local fish Sharks whales and more Squalene oil and fins Just stolen Really it is war Gabon and … Continue reading

Pangolins or the scaly anteater

Its been a year Since China took the Pangolin off the list And thus gave them an actual chance to once again To exist And for poachers to desist From trapping them from catching them And removing their scales The … Continue reading

Reptiles deserve better

Exotic skin A retail tag Murdering reptiles To make a bag Shoes a belt Luxury For sicko humans Who expectantly Give credence to the hunters who Trap and kill reptiles Its true Gifted souls with armour they Are abusing wildlife … Continue reading

Duck Shooting in the land of OZ

For flagrancy and shamelessness The Australian shooter he Gets out in the wet lands And thinks that he can be Just king of the castle Pointed at the sky His thrown out chest and swagger And his prowess I defy … Continue reading

Condors

The magnificent Andes Marvels of time Snow topped and hopeful That someone may climb Known as New World Vultures Sadly you see Its the quechua respect As to how we fly free We are the Condors ten feet of wing … Continue reading

“Hakka patas”

The unenlightened empty headed Rural people they Sometimes suffer from wild animals Here their crops are on display And Elephants and wild boar Where bewilderment exists Where habitat loss is prevalent And where some ignorance enlists Some rather wicked weaponry … Continue reading

Where are the great once upon a time hunters

Once upon a time South Africa was famed For Peaches Pears and Apricots Pineapples rich and sweet Melons Ginger wondrous conserves Truly hard to beat A positive respect for farming On goodly fertile earth Producing exceptional produce Exports of great … Continue reading

Hunters and beef producers

Its absolutely pitiful That Idaho can claim An end to wolves by trapping them They honestly inflame The hearts of many Americans Who see wildlife and know Its doesnt belong to the hunters Or the ranchers But they show Themselves … Continue reading

Taiji killers

So much violence From the Japanese Throwbacks from the war Hard hearted pitiless morons Hellhounds from before Out there in the ocean Vandals of the sea Excessively tyrannical And misanthropy Like yunei so bloodthirsty Spiteful bitterness Child abuse they are … Continue reading

Taiji Fishermen

Dolphins have a brain Much bigger than the Taiji Blokes Whose nasty pranks With pipes and noise Seriously invokes A fear A culpability A wrongfulness A vile Miasma A kind of shrilling buzz That threatens pods and families Illicit and … Continue reading

The Faroes

The head of a whale On a hook as a gesture Of ill will of violence and pain It proves to the world How the Fareoese Aid and abett the disdain Knavery roguery villainousness This is the emblem on show … Continue reading

Tigers being poached near Nagpur

Low flat topped hills and Table lands Streams and rivers The black soils During lockdowns what we see Is poaching a true tragedy Tigers several murdered For their skins their teeth and meat And Their paws too happening often The … Continue reading

The Faroes and the madness

Throwbacks to the Viking hordes A kind of lunacy The murder of the pilot whales True angels of the sea Pods of family members Schooling children they Live together peacefully In A family tree some say The elders training younger … Continue reading

Sharks we must stop killing them

Logicality and relevance And superiority In many aspects matchless And unrivalled in the sea The shark an Apex Predator A fearsome looking soul With a cartilaginous skeleton And gill slits on the whole No swim bladder a reason Therefore why … Continue reading

Kangaroo

Who really are the pests Out in Australia Killing feeding Roo’s In car lights they Harvesting they call it All sanitised tis said Dressing that is removing heads and tails From the poor dead For the flesh eating Aussies It … Continue reading

Killing fields of Victoria

50,000 years If thats not long enough To walk the earth The red earth of the bush Alongside aborigines Painting in their caves Where were the Victorians In their hell born graves None of them the apple Of their mothers … Continue reading

Amanda Lynn Mayhew

From Northern Ontario Was actually where She came, a backwoods person She was aware Of the Natural World Of its animal souls But sadly did trespass And transgress The roles She took on Of fishing and shooting And saying That … Continue reading

Sea Spiracy believe every word it portrays

Sea Spiracy a film That takes us to another realm Transports us through reality And, does overwhelm The liars and the criminals That undoubtedly abound Long lines, trawlers, dredgers Who tragically are found Working under night skies Thieving as they … Continue reading

Fighting for African Animals

Fighting for Africa’s animals Writing and posting each day And seeing canned hunting Murdering Lions And African farmers Who prey On Mistaken and so naive hunters Absorbing deceit everyday They Travel and murder the caged ones lions, duped and drugged … Continue reading

A Queen of Queens

In death the Queens of Queens Lies in a sensitive repose Bloodied in remembrance Adored I do suppose A tenderness about her A willingness to be All she had ever dreamed of Till the shots rang out and she Fell … Continue reading

A holiday of your dreams as advertised

A dream of a holiday So they describe And all in package Come meet our tribe So much to see So much to do Five days of hunting With one of our crew 8490 euros and you Can murder a … Continue reading

Sea Spiracy

We open the great doors And let some truths out Concerning the oceans And what they are about How 80 per cent of all life Still be In the confines Of the great panoply An array of such wonder Where … Continue reading

An untimely end for a beautiful Black Bear

An untimely death In Wisconsin Baits set What we have now to know Lets begin 4 million gallons Of Bear Bait are thrown On public land The disrespect shown Just So much woe So much misjudgement There Attracting the wolves … Continue reading

Feelings and wildlife

As protectors it is concerning That binoculars are made And targeted at hunters An extension of trade Broadening the market Commercially feels wise But feelings have to play a part We have to realise We shouldn’t become detached from life … Continue reading

Animals peculiarly have no rights to the Hunter

Wisdom is an earned right And powers of thought can be Calling for discretion and sagacity Enlightenment when hunting A sense of consciousness A sixth sense and an awareness Even to obsess Animals have peculiarly No rights it appears Lacking … Continue reading

NIKE ADIDAS K-LEATHER K-ROO

Guilty everyone of you Guilty as hell on earth Caught red-handed killing The iconic one whose worth To GOD in out back Heaven Their magical embrace With Nature and with History Of the latest Human Race The Kangaroo is special … Continue reading

TAIJI and elsewhere in JAPAN

For years we have been fighting Always and even till today Dolphins are being massacred In every awful way Taiji is synonymous With dolphin drives and pain With pithing and with torture And how protest is in vain How many … Continue reading