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Troublesome time are here
Filling our hearts with fear.
Freedom we all hold dear
now is at steak.

It is time, we the hunters,
stand up for what is right!
It's time we square our shoulders back
and raise our swords to fight!

Enough of anti-hunters wishing they could hunt us!
Enough of anti-hunters wishing we would die!
Enough of anti-hunters condemning us murderers!
Enough of anti-hunters!

Enough of they going to hunting videos to bother us, it is time to fight against.
We don't go to their vegan blogs where they exchange vegan recipes to say that teir food is disgusting, we don't bother them, so why do they click in a video called "Lion HUNTING" if they hate hunting? Why do they bother themselves? They even get to threaten our lives and make it an unnecessarily big deal, like they did with Mellissa Bachman.
Once I asked this question and an anti-hunter said "it is because we fight against people like you" and I was all like "Yes, like saying you wish my mom had cancer will stop me!"
They say we hate nature, but let me tell you something, we love nature, otherwise we would not go out there.
That is how nature works, one animal killing the other, nature is cruel and life is unfair.
Hyenas eat their prey alive.
Lions kill their prey by suffocating it.
There is no right of life on nature, animals have the right to try to survive, that is a right given by God, and no hunter deny that right.

Let us, hunters, get together and defend ourselves openly.
We must get together those who hunt for food can not say that thoso who hunt fortrophy are wrong, say a good thing or don't say anything at all. Anti-hunters are united against us, we must be united, we are all hunters, we are a family.
We have to do something.
 

Craig Willey

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The ones that pay for the trophies pay the bill for the conservation of the rest of the animal population. As I have explained many times to many non-hunters, animals die. If they die of old age, there is no gain. If a hunter pays for a trophy hunt, he is helping the rest of that animal population and the community that is close by. The money provides employment to the PH, trackers, drivers, skinners, cooks, cleaners, PARK RANGERS THAT HUNT DOWN POACHERS. Food goes to the community.
 

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Well said, and well worth repeating...
 

Craig Willey

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Then you have all of the idiots that say "If we stop all of the hunting, then all of the species will go back to normal, and the eco system will balance out. Only problem with that is the human population is not compatible with the animal population. We will need to reestablish the predator populations for the eco systems to balance out, and that will start part of the human control population. Then some smart ass, granola eating, tree huger will say "that is ok if predators start eating people." Only proves how ignorant the No-hunting population really is. Predators go after the slow, weak, old, and the ones that don't have tough hide, long fangs, and sharp claws. Kind of narrows down who/what gets eaten first. Even if predators don't like the taste of people, they will come to love the easy hunting.
 

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Germany has some of the toughest animal protection laws. The German government mandates that all cloven-hoof animals are covered by a population control program by hunters. One adult red deer can do $10,000 damage to trees in one year. If hunters wipe out a population of deer in a certain location, it takes about 10 to 20 years to reestablish a population of deer to a location, however it takes 100+ years to rebuild a forest, so shoot the deer. There are too many facts against the non-hunters, it seem like there would be a couple of that that realized it. I guess not. I think that the good side of this is that most of the non-hunters are also non-gun owners, so when the predators come, it narrows the field as to becomes the prey first. Stupid kills, but not enough to be effective.
 

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