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War! Whoa whoa, what is it good for...

Post by Magnus » Tue Dec 12, 2006 6:03 pm

The animals, apparently. According to auntie Beeb, the mindless killing of people in the name of God, Marx or hard-boiled eggs, has resulted in all kinds of endangered critters making comebacks. Seems like the cause for this, is because of poachers either: a) being out of guns b) being scared of getting shot in the wilds, or c) poachers *getting* shot in the wilds.

Of course, maybe WWF or Greenpeace have finally taken that last step towards eco-terrorism...
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Post by Phosphor » Tue Dec 12, 2006 10:54 pm

Mr Kitchloo said that the increase in wildlife was an "encouraging factor" for everyone in Kashmir.

"It is an economy generator and a renewable resource;," he said
Ummm... renewable? Does he not realise how the animals became endangered in the first place?
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Post by Gorth » Sun Dec 17, 2006 12:27 am

'Encouraging factor' :P

Yup, kill off all the humans. Liberally sprinkle land mines in the country side and make sure obvious traffic routes are covered by snipers. The exotic birds love their new surroundings :)

Car bombs makes for excellent crowd control (nothing "disperses" a crowd as efficiently as 50kg tnt going off), so people are more worried about when next going to funerals than poaching.

I'm sure there are better ways of protecting wildlife.
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