Uncivilized killers

To just think that these people(white people) have taught the world they are the civilize people. The rest of the world are savages, that they(white people) should rule over.,

Ron Thomson has shot more than FIVE THOUSAND elephants. He claims he has “by far hunted more than any other man alive.”

Here he describes how hunting elephants makes him feel:

“No-one can define the rush of adrenaline that sends the pulses racing but the hunter, himself; the goose-pimples that run up and down his arms, and along the length of his back, erecting the hair on the nape of his neck.

“Sluck! The sound of the bullet hitting its target. The elephant throws its head up, its trunk rising high.

“It is the elephant’s final salute. Its hind quarters collapse first – then it falls sideways to the ground, its large brown eyes already staring into the great hereafter.

“Then the shaking begins, not from fear, but the release of it! Not from excitement, but from the expiring of tension.

“The smile on my face is painful. The exhilaration is complete.”

Thomson and two other hunters halved the elephant population in Zimbabwe’s Gonarezhou national park in a matter of minutes. They killed 2,500 animals using military NATO-7.62 mm semiautomatic rifles.

“The three of us were able to kill between 30 and 50 elephants stone dead with brainshots in less than 60 seconds,” he later said. “We did it exceptionally well.”

Edited extract from “TROPHY HUNTERS EXPOSED: Inside the Big Game Industry” by Eduardo Goncalves. Published by Green Future Books. Available from

By wmb3331

Isaiah Israel is a graduate of the University of Hawaii Pacific with a bachelors in Psychology and a deep love for history in which he believes that when you know the past you can understand the present and predict the future course of man and mankind and is the author of the best selling ebook The White Man's Burden Of Lies and Deceit.

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