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Animals and Animals

Social media has given a gang of angry old men a voice that is truly repugnant; weirdly they’re united by their adoration of cats and dogs

 

Hitler loved animals. He didn’t like most humans and he especially didn’t like Jews, gypsies and gays. Now, a group of angry, bitter men have taken to social media in the wake of Brexit and the election of Trump and surprisingly, the one thing that unites them is that this mob also like sharing pictures of cats, dogs and other animals.

 

Aside from their vile rants about Gina Miller – one offered a reward of £5,000 to anyone who might “accidentally run her over” – this nasty gaggle talk of how they “want to piss off the PC” and link to articles about robberies where they claim “blacks carry on this kind of work”. They brand anyone they don’t like “PC c**ts”, term them “feral dogs” and refer to Bernie Sanders as “a fascist neo-Liberal alt-left clown”. Surprisingly, however, these sorry excuses for humans also pepper their posts with images of wolves playing – accompanied by caption such as “how lovely” – and “lions running on grass for the first time” – “stunning, delightful”.

 

Follow these people on Facebook and Twitter at your peril as all you’ll see is angry Middle England at its worst; the most intolerant animals have taken over the asylum and they love only the animals that can’t answer them back.

 

Animals and Animals – Social media has given a gang of angry old men a voice that is truly repugnant; weirdly they’re united by a love of animals Animals and Animals – Social media has given a gang of angry old men a voice that is truly repugnant; weirdly they’re united by a love of animals Animals and Animals – Social media has given a gang of angry old men a voice that is truly repugnant; weirdly they’re united by a love of animals

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