SANCTION NAMIBIA – PRIVATE ANIMAL ACTIVIST ARMIES NEED TO SET THE RULES AND BUMP OFF LEADERS LIKE THIS….

THIS IS MY OUTCRY FOR EVERYONE TO SANCTION NAMIBIA 

NAMIBIA’S BIGGEST SOURCE OF INCOME IS TOURISM- DON’T SUPPORT THEM

UNITE TOGETHER TO CRIPPLE THE NAMIBIA ECONOMY

WATCH THE VIDEO – IT IS SO HEART BREAKING – IM WEEPING MY EYES OUT WATCHING IT OVER AND OVER  AGAIN

PRESIDENT OF NAMIBIA

THE FACE OF THE EVIL LEADER

 YOU CAN SEE THE EVIL IN HIS EYES – THE MAN THAT SIGNED THIS OFF

….LEADERS LIKE THIS NEED TO BE BUMPED OFF…..

THEY THINK LIFE AND POWER BELONGS ONLY TO THEM

  WHO ARE THESE MONSTERS PLAYING GOD?

Hifikepunye Lucas Pohamba is the second President of Namibia since March 2005. He won the 2004 election overwhelmingly as the candidate of SWAPO, the ruling party, and he was re-elected in the 2009 election.

NAMIBIA-SEAL-CULLING

The seal slaughter in Namibia is one of the world’s largest remaining commercial seal hunts. The world’s cruelest slaughter of seals takes place every year in Namibia, and is due to start again on July 1st.

In recent years, the annual hunting quota has been set at 85,000 pups and 7,000 adult bulls. However, the Namibian authorities are notoriously secretiv…e about the hunt and have consistently discouraged independent observation and recording, so no one really knows exactly how many seals are killed each year.

The seals are hunted for their skins, which are marketed to international fur markets, and for their organs, which are traded as aphrodisiacs.

During the hunt, several hundred pups may be herded together and killed within a rapid time frame (one to two hours). This usually takes place early in the morning. Ironically, later in the day tourists are often taken to the rookeries to see the seals as part of an ecotourism industry that generates far more revenue than hunting does for the local economy. The tourists are unaware that the seals they photograph may be brutally clubbed to death the next morning.
NAMIBIA-SEAL-CULLING-VIDEO

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