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Brilliant Berkoff

Steven Berkoff shares his views on the slaying of a family of baboons by an American monster named Blake Fischer

 

This week, the actor, writer and playwright Steven Berkoff took to Facebook to share his views on a ‘sub-human’ named Blake Fischer shooting a family of baboons.

 

In a post on the 24th October, Berkoff remarked:

 

Referring to the article in The Times on 15th October, regarding Trophy Hunters.

 

Dear Friends,

 

Can anything be more disgusting, than the news that Blake Fischer, a game commissioner in Idaho, for his pleasure on a hunting trip shot dead a whole family of baboons. He was so proud of his ruthless slaughter of those innocent and beautiful creatures, that he had his vile carcass photographed grinning over the abysmal corpses. As if the idiot had achieved some remarkable act of courage. Surely it is time these barbarians, mainly from rich western countries who travel to poor African countries, who sell their wildlife to moronic trophy hunters, should be outlawed.

 

Their loathsome lust to take life is on a par with those same ‘hunters’ who travel to the Far East to rent the bodies of children. At least they don’t kill them…Yet.

 

This American moron dribbled that ‘He didn’t do anything illegal, he didn’t do anything immoral, he didn’t do anything unethical.’ In fact he dragged all of those words into the darkest pits of hell. He did far worse. His actions helped to decimate the world of these magnificent animals that are most precious to us. He said to his wife he wanted to ‘get a feel of Africa.’ The following is quite unbelievable. ‘So I shot a whole family of baboons..I think she got the idea pretty quick’ He added that ‘baboons were weird creatures.’ There can be nothing more weird than you, scumbag- in-chief Mr Fischer.

 

Please, voice your outrage and demand to have a law drawn up to ban these psychos who seem to get delight from wanton murder and destruction. The canard always used is that it helps conservation to destroy wildlife. They raised five million pounds it is claimed for this purpose…A mere pittance. £5000 to kill a cheetah, any offers..?

 

Is our precious, beautiful and dying planet just a funfair for degenerate hunters? Ten days earlier The Times gave ample coverage to another psycho called Mark Bristow who is seen smiling valiantly over his gutless kills. A beautiful zebra, a buffalo and a magnificent leopard…This coward is head of Rand Gold Resources, a FTSE company.

 

These people, in my opinion are non persons, you might call them the undead, since whatever they touch brings pain, death and misery. There is only one place for these human beasts..behind bars!

 

Mr Berkoff is entirely right. May Blake Fischer be sent to Siberia at the very least; better still let him suffer the same fate as those poor baboons.

 

Pictured above: Steven Berkoff and Blake Fischer.

 

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Comments

4 comments on “Brilliant Berkoff”

  1. A timely article from Mr Berkoff, and from you, Matthew, for forwarding to it. The mind set of hunters like the two mentioned defies belief and legislation (with resources for enforcement) is urgently required.

  2. Their loathsome lust to take life is on a par with those same ‘hunters’ who travel to the Far East to rent the bodies of children. At least they don’t kill them…Yet.
    While I agree with everything here, I think the above comparison is over the top. Victims of child abuse have that dilemma for the rest of their lives, and quite often take their own lives.
    Just saying.

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