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Let us be many, on October 13th in Paris, to say that the vast majority of our fellow citizens reject this archaic practice, its cortege of death, violence and mutilation for millions of animals. Our President of the Republic covers Hunting with gifts. Nicolas Hulot, his resigning minister of ecology came to understand that respect for wildlife or the preservation of protected species are the last of the president’s concerns. Let us remind Emmanuel Macron that hunters are only 2% of the population and that our voices are much more numerous than the voices of the voters bearing hunting satchels. The ethics of hunting is death; it is neither a way of living nor a hobby.
Hunting, in all its forms, is destructive. These trigger-happy hunters must understand that we will fight them, that we are not fooled by their long-windedness of their self-proclaimed ecologist stance, who claim to save nature with gunshots. The snapping of killing traps, detonations of cartridges or the flurry of hunting horns will not stifle the cries of terror and pain of 45 million dead animals.
On October 13th, let us assert your desire to put an end to hunting and its masquerades, rifles, traps, bloody traditions and pretentious devices. So that everyone can go and meet our territories fauna and flora without running the risk of falling victim to a trap or a bullet like this 10-year-old girl, walking with her parents, seriously injured in Limoges by a hunter who was targeting a pheasant, this Sunday, September 16th, 2018.