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Utterly disgusting.

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Now I''m not particularly in favour of hunting animals for sport, in fact anyone who knows me would tell you that I''m very fond of animals and have had all manner of pets as part of my family for most of my life. I also couldn''t care less about Arsenal or who owns them. I do find the hypocrisy from the SJWs that are up in arms about this utterly astounding though.I hope that all of the 30,000+ "liberal free thinkers" that wish to tell people how they should think and behave that have signed the petition to oust the current majority shareholder of Arsenal are eating nothing but a vegan diet. If not I have some bad news for you guys, the chicken that you tucked into last night was not slaughtered by being put through a hugs and rainbows machine.#doublestandards

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With a lot of spare time on my hands, I help Oak and furrows wildlife Rescue. If an animal has been picked up by the public, I go out and collect it and deliver it to Oak and Furrows. I do tend to get a few that have been abused and wonder to myself why ?

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Unnecessarily rich t055er acts like a t055er. shocking. To get where he has in life you have to have 0 empathy or respect for life/the environment. Nothing will be done. He''ll see any action taken as an infringement on his personal freedoms, that it'' would be protect living things from suffering would be totally beyond his powers of comprehension.

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So long as they are not endangered species, I see nothing wrong with killing animals. Plenty of ordinary folk go fishing for fun without eating the catch. Lots of folk kill moles because they make a lawn unsightly.

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SwindonCanary wrote the following post at 02/08/2017 9:58 AM:

With a lot of spare time on my hands, I help Oak and furrows wildlife Rescue. If an animal has been picked up by the public, I go out and collect it and deliver it to Oak and Furrows. I do tend to get a few that have been abused and wonder to myself why ?

Top man Swindon. 👍

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[quote user="SwindonCanary"]With a lot of spare time on my hands, I help Oak and furrows wildlife Rescue. If an animal has been picked up by the public, I go out and collect it and deliver it to Oak and Furrows. I do tend to get a few that have been abused and wonder to myself why ? [/quote]a very admirable and worthy activity

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"I hope that all of the 30,000+ "liberal free thinkers" that wish to tell people how they should think and behave that have signed the petition to oust the current majority shareholder of Arsenal are eating nothing but a vegan diet. If not I have some bad news for you guys, the chicken that you tucked into last night was not slaughtered by being put through a hugs and rainbows machine.#doublestandards"

That is absolte nonsense as well you knowIt is the glorification of those killings, the attempt to normalise it that has caused outrage.It is not about killing animals per se. This site has some perverse view that there is an achievement in killing animals that have ''status''. Humans treatment of animals is not perfect, however much can be understood as being caused by ''need''.Tell me where on earth there is any need in this barbarity beyond showing off. Doing something because you can.I don''t doubt either, that others see the irony of your post in regard to a "wish to tell people how they should think"...................#doublestandards (as you say)

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We keep chickens for both eggs and chickens to eat and I will kill them myself,I also sea fish and if above the minimum size will priest and gut them there an then to bring home but I would never consider an endangered animal as fair game. So no my chicken we had Sunday was killed in whatever you called it but was killed as humanly and as quickly as possible.

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There is also no real achievement in this sort of hunting. Lions aren''t scared of people as they aren''t seen as predators so you can pretty much just drive up to them and shoot them.

Now if someone took one down with a knife in hand to hand combat I''d be a bit impressed. This is just rich cunts that get a hard on from killing wild animals and thinking it makes them look strong.

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Can only echo the sentiments of those who are against this.
Hunting "big game" is inevitably almost exclusively committed by those with masculinity issues and/or "small game" in the gentleman region.
Much of the "legal" big game hunting is "canned" anyway which means the animals are essentially in a big cage so it''s impossible for them to escape. It''s a bit like taking a rifle to Banham zoo and then calling it an achievement when you "hunt" something. It''s not really hunting, there''s little skill involved, it''s just killing for the sake of it.

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1. As Rock the Boat has said, as long as they''re not an endangered species, I have no problem with people wanting to hunt them.2. Good work Swindon for looking after sick and injured animal, I also don''t understand why people would want to mis-treat animals. But I also don''t understand why people want to mis-treat other people, but yet they still do.3. Thanks City 1st for emphasising my point by telling me what I should think, although the irony is probably lost on you.

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Oh and no. 4. Inchy, I lived in India for 6 months eating plenty of chicken and "mutton" (goat). The only way that they could keep it fresh was by keeping it alive until a couple of hours before you wanted to eat it. Good on you for killing your chickens as quickly and humanely as possible, but I''ve seen chickens killed as quickly and humanely as possible and they weren''t happy about it.They were tasty though.

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3. Thanks City 1st for emphasising my point by telling me what I should think, although the irony is probably lost on you.

oh dearyou are not too good at this debating stuff are you ?no where in my comment did I tell you what to thinkI merely stated that you were talking nonsense... and then explained why I thought thatquite different

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Iwan''s Big Toe there showing he''s more offended by someone arguing he should be offended and calling them SJW''s in a lazyattempt to discredit than focussing on the actual issue and having an intelligent conversation.

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Who knew that eating chicken and letting an animal bleed to death after shooting it with a bow and arrow were morally equally actions.

It''s ironic really, people like RTB and IBF waving the flag for absolute equality among the animal kingdom. Equal rights (or zero rights) for all animals, fish or elephant, chicken or lion. But insist on equal rights for all humans, gosh, what a leftard, communist fool you are.

The absolute state of some people.

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All animals, including you Dan, are going to die. The overwhelming majority don''t get a choice in how they are going to die. We should not kill endangered species unnecessarily. Other than that stop being such a snowflake

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You can usually assume someone has no actual argument when they bring out ''snowflake.''

Ita morally reprehensible to shoot a defenceless animal because it gives you an erection.

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I love the irony of the alt-right and their use of the term snowflake. It''s quite hard to find anyone who uses the term snowflake away from their keyboard but when you do, you can guarantee they''ll melt quicker than an ice sculpture in a blast furnace.

I''m glad we agree on the killing of endangered species unnecessarily. I''m struggling to ascertain why you would need to add endangered part to that sentence.

I''ll grant you that I set the bar for necessity quite low; wanting to eat an animal bred for feeding humans or other animals, wanting to preserve your lawn or for an activity that inflicts no physical pain on the animal involved (ie, fishing).

But going out and shooting, stabbing or spearing an animal, whether endangered or not, for fun? That''s not even a slight necessity. You''re pretty sick if you think inflicting pain on an animal for a laugh is fun. I''d probably find punching a few people on here a bit of a laugh. I wouldn''t do it because inflicting pain on an animal or human without a largely universally accepted reason is a pretty sick thing to do, despite my own individual response to inflicting that pain.

I suspect the reason the alt-right leap to the defence of these deranged, blood-lustful hunter types is because they look at them and see a similar, pathetic existence. A person who probably didn''t enjoy much social success or popularity in childhood who get their kicks in peculiar ways. You guys hit up the internet and call people snowflakes, cucks and beta-males to try and build up a facade of masculinity, those guys grab a gun and pour out their angst on largely defenceless animals.

The reality is the source of inflicting or trying to inflict vulnerability on another being actually comes from an inner-vulnerability within that person. Whether they feel vulnerable about foreigners, gypsies, chavs, popular people, socialists etc, it comforts them to force that vulnerability on something or someone else to make them feel better.

As the alt-right would say, all a little bit snowflakey and beta-male like, isn''t it?

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I''m against needless cruelty, but I can''t be on the same side as these vegan animal rights extremists. A real man has some meat on his plate when he eats dinner.
Take something like pheasant. It''s far more humane to let them fly around and eventually be shot, as opposed to a Bernard Matthews turkey which is shut away in a barn and has a miserable life.

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CanaryDan obviously doesn''t know the price of a supermarket chicken. I''d much rather breed my own dinner.

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