Lions eat Rhino Poachers

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Carrie created the topic: Lions eat Rhino Poachers 06 Jul 2018 13:16 #1

I just read the story on the rhino poachers who broke into a wildlife preserve to poach rhinos. They were attacked and eaten by a pride of lions. (Not to make a bad pun, but I'm proud of the pride!). It is one of the rare stories about even rarer perfect justice!

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Rick replied the topic: Lions eat Rhino Poachers 07 Jul 2018 14:42 #2

Gotta love a story with a happy ending. I'd imagine the poachers suffered about the worst kind of terror followed by a very painful death.

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ramage replied the topic: Lions eat Rhino Poachers 08 Jul 2018 17:30 #3

Carrie and Rick,
Shame on you!! Innocent blacks, trying to feed their families, where murders, most greusomely by a gang of blonde mammals showing no mercy. Where is your social conscience.

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Carrie replied the topic: Lions eat Rhino Poachers 08 Jul 2018 19:49 #4

Right where it belongs--bad things should happen to bad people--and you don't poach rhinos at a game preserve to feed your family---

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ramage replied the topic: Lions eat Rhino Poachers 09 Jul 2018 15:47 #5

Why not? Rhinos are a great source of protein and the game preserve is an artificial construct of the South African white supremacists that stole the land from the down trodden blacks.

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Brandon replied the topic: Lions eat Rhino Poachers 09 Jul 2018 16:36 #6

Since South Africa has been having multi-racial general elections since 1994, it's quite clear that your argument is both moronic and offensively flippant regarding that country's history.

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Brandon replied the topic: Lions eat Rhino Poachers 09 Jul 2018 16:37 #7

Rick wrote: Gotta love a story with a happy ending. I'd imagine the poachers suffered about the worst kind of terror followed by a very painful death.


If The Cancer came back for you, would you think it was okay for others to take sadistic glee in your sufferings?

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ramage replied the topic: Lions eat Rhino Poachers 10 Jul 2018 10:01 #8

The United States has had multi-racial elections since 1865. This fact did not stop lynchings, etc. And now multi-racial elections in South Aftrica are not stopping the murders and expropriation of property. As our former president said, Elections have consequences.
With regard to Rhino as a source of protein: (CNN 5/20/2015)
"Northern Namibia (CNN)The morning after he shot and killed a black rhino, Corey Knowlton returned to where the hunt ended for the final act.

Knowlton and a small group of hunting guides spent hours in the brush of northern Namibia, field-dressing the nearly 3,000-pound rhino, cutting through the 2-inch thick hide, revealing massive pieces of meat.
The rhino meat was loaded into the back of a large trailer and delivered to a small village in a desolate, seemingly forgotten spot. There was a modest church and a small schoolhouse. Most homes didn't have running water or electricity.....

"This is one of the biggest parts, because meat is very important to survival out here."
edition.cnn.com/2015/05/20/africa/namibi...hunt-meat/index.html

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Brandon replied the topic: Lions eat Rhino Poachers 10 Jul 2018 12:33 #9

ramage wrote: The United States has had multi-racial elections since 1865.


Wrong already. Google "poll tax" and "literacy test."

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ScienceChic replied the topic: Lions eat Rhino Poachers 10 Jul 2018 12:56 #10

The 15th Amendment giving African Americans the right to vote wasn't ratified until February 3, 1870 and "the promise of the 15th Amendment would not be fully realized for almost a century. Through the use of poll taxes, literacy tests and other means, Southern states were able to effectively disenfranchise African Americans. It would take the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 before the majority of African Americans in the South were registered to vote."

ramage, please remember that per Fair Use Guidelines only a minimum amount of an article can be quoted and you must add the link so that the original source gets credit and traffic back from people wanting to read the rest of the article. You've quoted half the story at this link: cnnphilippines.com/world/2015/05/22/Core...s-meat-delivery.html that I found Googling the first sentence you had quoted. Thank you for helping keep us in compliance with federal law so our site doesn't get in trouble!


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