A lot of this African hunting is done on game preserves and the hunters pay for the privilege.
Safaris definitely have a colonial legacy, but safari income is actually given directly to local community, which is more than can be said of predatory structural adjustment programs and corrupt government support systems. Currently, rich safari tourists are the best chance at conservation available throughout much of Africa precisely because it doesn't compromise the health, safety, and economic well-being of local communities like the "hands-off" approach preferred by American audiences does. Chances are that the hunters in the video are absolute jackasses, but at least they're helping to prevent poaching.
I BLESS THE RAINS DOWN IN AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRICA!!!!!!!
you can kill a donkey with a rock
donkey rock, my new band
All this video was missing was a Coke bottle.
This guy beats off to National Geographic, picturing bullet holes in each animal.
Well, now I'm just depressed.
Matt: I approve of your reference.
If you can't eat it or fuck it, kill it!
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