Anyone following the news in Britain will have seen a lot to do with the upcoming ban on fox hunting. The toffy-nosed pricks are defiant and say they'll carry on even after the ban.
I'm not one of these hippy tree-hugging spackers, and I find the notion of vegetarianism idiotic, but I am against cruelty without a purpose, and I see no justifiable reason for fox hunting.
AAAAAAAGHH! It's my English coursework all over again!!!!!!!
I think that fox hunting shouldn't be around today. There are plenty other painless methods to control fox numbers. The toffee-nosed pricks say their economy will die - but that's bullshite. It's not as if the only source of income is fox hunting - they have so much money anyway.
Hey, I just thought. With the cock-ends being defiant, the police's job will be harder and the focus may be redirected from other, more serious and dangerous crimes. So they could effectively destroy society if they continue to hunt, bunch of poncy cunts.
Although I personally wouldn't enjoy riding on an horse with dogs after an fox, fox hunting did come about for a reason. Its because most fox's have rabies and a million of other diseases, they are also vermin. They are also viscous little buggers, not the cute fluffy things portrayed in cartoons etc.
Whether you disagree with hunting or not they do need to be kept under control (even the government admits this!), the means that the control is carried out is a totally different matter, and coming from the city where we are looky to see grass let alone a fox i dont know what think , personally i dont like it...
Yeah, I'm all for keeping pest populations down if it's necessary, but the hunters turn it into a big rediculous and cruel parade where the foxes are killed in the most painful and bloody ways they can. And the fucking sick bastards wipe the blood of the foxes on their face? None of this is necessary.
I'm against hunting or fishing of any kind as a sport. Killing something just for the sake of killing it or just to mount it on your wall is sick and twisted, and shows how cruel the human species really is. I have no problem with hunting for food, but there is a line that shouldn't be crossed.
curse you Hayo i wanted to sound all hippy like and say we are the scum on earth
ah well. Foxes arent doing anything wrong. they're just doing what nature intended... to EAT! which is what we're doing with these chickens. unless they're being bred for chicken coats now?
besides havnt these farmers heard of 'fences'? i live in the countryside, surrounded by farms. hell on a bad day the linger of cow crap whafts over stinking out the whol village. and all the locals use coups and/or big ass fences and guess what? no foxes get them. and they dont hunt them either.
real farmers do what they have to do, feed thier animals, send some off, prime land for harvesting etc... real farmers dont have time to go off hunting. only these posh folk in country manors do so.
yes i agree with all of you. i despise the needless cruelty of fox hunting and i'm glad those upperclass cunts won't be getting any more perverted kicks out of watching their hounds tear foxes to shreds.
they complain that it's going to destroy their way of life. good, i say. if all your life is about is killing animals in the cruelest ways imaginable, your way of life is not worth shit.
Oh, fox hunting does get rid of a few foxes, and it puts quite a few people in work, looking after horses and hounds and organising the hunts. But it's a terribly inefficient method of hunting foxes (9/10 escape), and puts them in a lot of distress - whether or not the ripping-a-fox-in-half stories are true in most cases or not, the chase is bad enough. What would be better is developing hormones to control fox reproduction activity - it's not harmful and it would control the population.
It's a shame that we can't take away jobs and give them to other places. I know I'd lose all the foxhunting work and give it to the manufacturing industry ;P