26 October, 2020

Only White People Lead Wildlife Conservation, Even in Africa

Posted by Socrates in Africa, animal conservation, political correctness, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, White inventions, White leaders, White philosophy, White thought at 10:11 am | Permanent Link

Fact: all over the planet, White people and only White people have led the efforts to protect animals from poachers, disease, etc. So this PC group of female, salad-eating negroes wouldn’t be conserving anything if a White, male Aussie had not founded their group in 2017 (its parent organization, IAPF, was founded in 2009 by that same Aussie) [1]. White people created the first treaty to protect wildlife in Africa with the “1900 Convention for the Preservation of Wild Animals, Birds and Fish in Africa” — which was never ratified, possibly due to a hunting ban within the treaty, which no doubt turned off hunters. (Hunting is a respectable and even necessary activity, as long as animals are not over-hunted, hence the need for hunting licenses, game management, etc.).

The point here is that, as usual, Whites must be the stewards of the earth, since no one else will be.

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[1] “In 2017 IAPF founded ‘Akashinga – Nature Protected by Women’, a program that has already grown to over 170 employees, becoming the only group of nature reserves in the world to be protected by women. The goal is to employ 1000 women by 2025, protecting a network of 20 nature reserves, all managed by the IAPF.” — How woke! From the International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF) website.


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