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Ban hunting! 18th of June 1997, government bans all hunting with dogs. The historical vote was 411 to151, yet some how the cruel sport still exists; in fact it is thriving without government intervention. So unfortunately, the suffering for the animals in the hunted areas continues, and it is all happening away from public eyes. I will explain why hunts are inhumane, bloody and cruel, hunters do not care about the animal's suffering, and hunting is unnecessary to control the deer population and that the hunt is a secretive and evil organization. I will explain why I think all types of hunting should be banned, and this time, properly banned! The hunt is a dark, secretive and evil organization that obviously has things to hide from the public. The hunt indoctrinates the public by showing pictures of merry men drinking and partying, they would never show you an ordinary hunt scene. In fact, a cameraman from the league against cruel sports found himself beaten up, kicked and threatened to be thrown of a cliff, unless he stopped filming a scene of a stag being chased up and down a river with multiple shot wounds, and was eventually drowned by two hunters. ...read more.


This is not true, hunts often last for many hours as the hunters and their hounds chase the deer mercilessly until the deer is so exhausted it cannot even lift its head. Finally the deer will give up and collapse and then often dogs will swarm all over the poor animal biting it to pieces. The hunters do not care how much the animal suffers; they simply select a deer that will last them several hours for their cruel chase. They enjoy torturing and killing. A hunter was caught on film holding up an injured fox waving it like a trophy and bragging to his friends. The terrified fox is squealing with pain and the hunters are enjoying it. The league against cruel sports has many video clips to prove that hunts are not what the hunters say and despite their best attempt to make hunting seem humane, the video clips tell a very different story of sadistic killers going on a rampage through the countryside. I believe shooting deer with a high powered rifle is not acceptable either. ...read more.


take such graphical images of the suffering of the animals being hunted and the enjoyment the hunters seemed to gain from it proves that a hunt is not humane and that it is bloody and cruel. To conclude, the hunt is a high secretive and deceiving organization that makes money from the suffering of animals. It indoctrinates the public and deludes them into thinking the hunt is a good organization that is beneficial to the countryside. The hunt aggressively prevents coverage of hunts and cameramen are often beaten up or threatened by hunters. The hunters enjoy the thrill of the hunt and are completely uncaring for the pain and terror they are putting the animals through. In areas where population control is necessary then a biological control through predation is the best and only humane solution. In a modern civilized society in which we live in, how can such a cruel and bloody sport be allowed? How can such an evil organization be allowed to continue its reign of terror for so long? Hunting in all its forms must be stopped and it must be stopped soon! ...read more.

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