Revealed: ‘canned’ fox hunting in the heart of England

Discussion in 'Home Networking' started by Kattle5lutZ, Apr 9, 2004.

  1. Kattle5lutZ

    Kattle5lutZ Guest

    Revealed: ‘canned’ fox hunting in the heart of England



    Further to the recent League Against Cruel Sports investigation into
    the barbaric activities of a Welsh gun pack (the Plas Machynlleth), we
    can now reveal the findings of an investigation which exposes fox
    hunting yet again for the cruel, barbaric and totally unnecessary
    practice it is.



    One of the Midland's most recognised fox hunts has been secretly
    filmed holding a fox captive in a specially designed chamber before
    subjecting it to a prolonged 'dig out' involving a huntsman, hounds
    and terrier men armed with spades, pitchforks and drain rods.

    The unprecedented film, showing scenes akin to the controversial
    'canned' hunting of big game in Africa, was obtained during a major
    undercover investigation into the activities of the Croome and West
    Warwickshire Fox Hounds. It reveals a catalogue of fresh video
    evidence incontrovertibly proving that fox hunting is an elaborate
    game that has nothing to do with pest control - and everything to do
    with killing for sport.

    During a four-month operation, League Against Cruel Sports
    investigators infiltrated the Croome Fox Hounds and gathered extensive
    evidence of hunt staff attempting to ensure a ready supply of foxes to
    chase and an exhilarating experience for paying participants. Covert
    film shows hunt officials systematically making use of a network of
    specially constructed artificial earths in a secretive process
    designed to source, locate, chase and kill foxes for sport.

    Please click here for further information on the investigation and
    to read the accompanying report Unearthed.

    http://www.kintera.org/TR.asp?ID=M637893267318865787255&iEvent=20474


    If you are appalled by what you have seen, please email your MP
    directly from the League website and urge him or her to call for the
    immediate reintroduction of the Hunting Bill so that this barbaric
    activity can finally be outlawed. Click here to email your MP now.



    Thank you for your support



    CPHA

    Campaigning to Protect Hunted Animals

    www.banhunting.com



    CPHA consists of

    International Fund for Animal Welfare – www.ifaw.org

    League Against Cruel Sports – www.league.uk.com

    RSPCA – www.rspca.org.uk
     
    Kattle5lutZ, Apr 9, 2004
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  2. You don't have my support because what you
    are doing is completely taking away the natural
    predator. YOU are being cruel against animals
    and creation. What you insist on is nothing more
    than eventual extinction of these and other animals.
    You STINK beyond normal human comprehension.
    You've decided to place yourself above the creator
    who created everthing and that has never worked, Even
    your games rangers admit there's no way they will
    be able to control the huge numbers of animals that
    will earth themselves out of extinction plus they will
    seriously deplete the amounts of food for human
    consumption. I feel sorry for the animals. I have
    a difficult time feeling sorry for a fool.
     
    lord jackarse, Apr 9, 2004
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  3. I hope a fox eats your children u twat
     
    Gareth not NLL or anybody else., Apr 9, 2004
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  4. Kattle5lutZ

    Conor Guest

    And clueless cunts who mainly live in cities with **** all clue about
    the countryside. BTW, only silly bastard "townies" wear Barbour wax
    jackets.
     
    Conor, Apr 10, 2004
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  5. And clueless cunts who mainly live in cities with **** all clue about

    I agree with your apart from the "only silly bastard "townies" wear Barbour
    wax
    jackets" bit. I am a country bumpkin and i wear a barbour jacket.

    If they ban hunting/fishing/shooting etc, i can't wait till they start
    winging about foxs taking over the streets.

    If God didn't want us to eat animals, why did he make them out of food?????


    Gaz
     
    Gareth not NLL or anybody else., Apr 10, 2004
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  6. Not true. I am totally rural and sadly do have one. The combination of
    windproof, thornproof and mildly waterproof plus the ability to stash
    enormous amounts of bits and peieces in the pockets make them extremely
    useful as a general purpose top covering.

    No a patch on an anorak for warmth, but eminently suitable as a top layer.


    Its the same with 4WD vehicles I DO take mine across land, especially
    down the garden. Its also invaluable in flooded road and snow
    conditions. And for caryting sacks ofcement, compost, and trees around in.

    The fact that e.g. jeans became a fashion statement, rather than useful
    working garb for miners, does not detract from that fact that they ae
    still a tough, reliable and - if the normal brands are ignored - cheap
    form of truser for working in.

    Unlike city girls these days, equipped with bare midriifs, and silver
    high heels, who would be scratched to piece and bogged down in less than
    100 yards out doors in the country, always assuming they actually know
    how to do more than waggle their bottoms and simper, which I see no
    evidence that they are able to.
     
    The Natural Philosopher, Apr 10, 2004
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  7. If God had intended people to be intelligent, why doid he make State
    scools and reality TV?
     
    The Natural Philosopher, Apr 10, 2004
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  8. Kattle5lutZ

    Dave Plowman Guest

    You've never been to London, then? I've see more foxes here per day than
    in any part of the countryside I visit.
     
    Dave Plowman, Apr 10, 2004
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  9. It proves everyone makes mistakes, even God
     
    Gareth not NLL or anybody else., Apr 10, 2004
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  10. Kattle5lutZ

    Albert Guest

    rotflmfao

    best laugh I've had today, cheers :)




    Albert
     
    Albert, Apr 10, 2004
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  11. [snip]
    I wonder what kind of phrase is suitable to describe the sort of person
    who responds to a cross-posting troll with an equally pointless
    cross-posted followup?

    Rowland.
    [FU set]
     
    Rowland McDonnell, Apr 14, 2004
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    Luke Bosman Guest

    You /eat/ foxes?!

    Luke
     
    Luke Bosman, Apr 14, 2004
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  13. Kattle5lutZ

    It's me Guest

    I like their Glacier mints.
     
    It's me, Apr 14, 2004
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  14. I ws gazing out into the field and a huge bastard slid quietly into the
    rape .... I swer he ws grinnimng and had a 'I love Cheroe Bliar' T shirt
    on. Never seen em so bold.

    Rabbits are a total menace this year, but all the fixes are going for is
    ruddy chickens. Kill the ruddy lot of em, I say.
     
    The Natural Philosopher, Apr 14, 2004
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  15. Kattle5lutZ

    Jock Guest

    And string up Luke Bosman and all the appalling Tory gits who hunt.

    But I expect the gits can at least spell.
     
    Jock, Apr 14, 2004
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  16. What about all teh apalling labour gits who hunt?

    And the ones who shoot, fish, and generally do what people actiually do
    outside of the towns?
     
    The Natural Philosopher, Apr 15, 2004
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  17. Kattle5lutZ

    Jock Guest

    What's this Labour thing, then? There's no such organisation
    any more, that went when the New Labour Tories hijacked what
    used to be Labour.
    If they live outside the towns they're likely to be farmers, and so
    Tory to a man. At least around here.
     
    Jock, Apr 15, 2004
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  18. Good grief. Anyone who lives out of town has to be a farmer?

    Mind you, its not surprsing that most ciuntrydwellers areturbng tory,
    after seeing the appalling prejudice ladled out by Bliar and cronies in
    th name of politics.
     
    The Natural Philosopher, Apr 15, 2004
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    Roger Hunt Guest

    Or "Beige". (Shudder)
     
    Roger Hunt, Apr 15, 2004
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  20. Kattle5lutZ

    Joe Guest


    Good grief. Anyone who lives out of town has to be a farmer?

    Mind you, its not surprsing that most ciuntrydwellers areturbng tory,
    after seeing the appalling prejudice ladled out by Bliar and cronies in
    th name of politics.
    [/QUOTE]
    Sorry? Is politics supposed to be something other than appalling
    prejudice, then?
     
    Joe, Apr 15, 2004
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