Poetic Justice

Back to my normal posting schedule for weekends……..

Saturday and the world is all right by me…..time for me to kick back and enjoy the time away from the silliness we can civilization……

We all have an idea of what karma is, right?

What about the thing called “poetic justice”?

I think I found the perfect example for my readers……

A man believed to be illegally hunting lions in South Africa ended up being the prey himself. Authorities found the remains of the man in a private game park near the renowned Kruger National Park, and a police spokesman provides the grisly details to AFP: “It seems the victim was poaching in the game park when he was attacked and killed by lions,” he says. “They ate his body, nearly all of it, and just left his head and some remains.” Police still haven’t identified the man, and the hunch that he was a poacher comes from the discovery of a rifle near the remains, reports the Sowetan.

The game park is in Limpopo province, where poaching has been on the increase in recent years. Body parts from lions and other big-game animals are in demand for use in traditional medicine in both Africa and Asia, reports the BBC. Last year, for example, multiple lions were found near a farm in Limpopo with their heads and paws cut off. (A rhino hunter in Namibia also learned the hard way about the dangers of his trade.)

Buy that lion a side of beef!  Just one less prick that murders animals for profit……

Time to take my leave…peace out my friends…..chuq

3 thoughts on “Poetic Justice

    1. Go Lions Go!!!

      It’s more than bad enough they get to “legally” kill penned-in animals for the SOLE purpose of compensating for their small penises and stroking their huuuuuuuuge egos. Not even desperate shithole-ians kill lions to feed their families. But going into protected places where it’s actually illegal??? That takes it to an even lower level.

      Fuckwipes like that truly DO need to be violently ripped to bits, sewn together, and then ripped to bits again. “Law of The Jungle” etc.

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