Donald Trump Sr. Sentences African Wildlife To Poaching Death
As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
I want each of you to put yourself in an African's life for an hour. There are no Walmarts, no grocery store chain, no Amazon, no credit cards, no Social Security, no welfare and no stability.
Like George Obama, you live in a tin shack which most Americans store their garden tools in, and you walk to a community outhouse as your toilet.
What would you think in this situation of hopelessness, because if you have a job, it is some slave DeBeers diamond or Chicom copper mine, where you are paid 5 dollars a day, if you had 500 pound lions walking around your lawn and herds of elephants smashing down your trees and killing you if you got too close. How would it be if you took a nap and a hyena ate your face off? Would you like it if a leopard at your pets and your children?
That is Africa, a billion Negroids, with a problem of dangerous wildlife, which has no value, except in a few isolated parks which can not sustain themselves as Africa has no economy.
Africa's overall elephant population has seen the worst declines in 25 years, mainly due to poaching over the past ten years -- according to IUCN's African Elephant ...https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/09/16092615
You must understand this, that if something has no value to you, and if it is a threat to you, do you want that thing around you? That is what Africans face in lions, leopards, hippo, cobras, hyenas and elephants.
That is why Donald Trump has let down his voters, people who are interested in both human and wildlife mutual living and has sentenced African wildlife to extermination, as those interests who have bought up African mines are not going to save wildlife, and Africans who are endangered and have wildlife that brings them no value, are not going to do a thing to protect that wildlife. That means Donald Trump has exterminated the wildlife of Africa as without hunters being able to import their trophies, most will not hunt Africa, and that means there is not any reason for Africans to protect the large dangerous game.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said in a tweet on Friday he is putting a decision to allow imports of elephant trophies on hold after a torrent of criticism from conservation advocates and across social media.Trump's reversal came hours after his administration released a rule on Friday to allow hunters who kill elephants in Zimbabwe to bring their trophies back to the United States, which had been banned by the Obama administration."Put big game trophy decision on hold until such time as I review all conservation facts. Under study for years. Will update soon with Secretary Zinke. Thank you!" Trump wrote.Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said in a statement that he had spoken with Trump and "both believe that conservation and healthy herds are critical." He said the "issuing of permits is being put on hold as the decision is being reviewed."
Think of it this way, in a herd of Kudu, can bring in 100,000 dollars a year. While now under Mr. Trump a herd of elephant kills Africans, destroys property and costs a million dollars in damage. Are you going to market a kudu that Americans can bring back or are you going to keep around elephants that are only costing you a fortune?
It is the same with lions, in you can not keep lions on the shelf. They eat meat by killing wildlife. Are you going to protect your herd of Kudu or the lions which bring in no revenue? You will opt to shoot the lions as they kill Kudu and leave the lions rot on the plains.
Kenya's Wildlife Debacle: ... For an answer we need to look at the wildlife situation in Kenya for that African country banned all, and I do mean all, ...
It is beyond disappointing again in Donald Trump has New York Valued by breaking his promises to Americans. Ronald Reagan as President appointed Ray Arnette to manage wildlife and opened up trophy imports in keeping his promise to Americans. The net result was 30 years of the promotion of taking leopards, which Don jr. hunted and helped by his license and trophy fees, and African plains game flourished under this management.
President Donald Trump is absolutely wrong on the elephant ban. He has sentenced African wildlife to it's extinction as these elephants will now either be shot by the game departments there, or poisoned by the locals. That is Trump wildlife policy on his New York Values.
There is not any denying any of this, as that is what became of Africa when Kenya shut off hunting. The richest game producer on the continent was obliterated in a decade. Now with Mr. Trump the decline will continue and this is Mr. Trump's legacy in the destruction of wildlife and another promise he has shattered to his voters who trusted him to set things right.