THE person who could save Tyson the red kangaroo from his restricted enclosure, at a disgusting roadside zoo, has wiped his hands of the imprisoned Roo.
Ontario premier Dalton Mcguinty, a renowned native wildlife lover, has apparently refused to extend the same compassion to exotic species.
While Mr Mcguinty freed Bam Bam; a native deer from shocking conditions at a roadside zoo similar to Tysons prison, he does not seem interested in the Australian Roo's plight and refused a Sydney news papers request for an interview.
"Unfortunately an interview with the premier isn't possible at this time" his media officer said.
This is not surprising as he was in all probability out chasing the famous Paddy Mcguinty's goat, Or with a few of his Canuck Cronies beating the living shit out of a few thousand Baby Harp Seals; another exotic species perhaps? - in my opinion only in the sense of the fur coats they provide for exotic well heeled Homo Sapiens.
Are not humans of differing shapes and shades and other animal species exotic when we compare them to ourselves, or has Canada emerged as a fore-runner in assuming that a animal species discrimination now exists in Canada.
Ok Boo Boo; this means you too, while you are Touring Canada, White Bears sit at the front of the Bus, Yankee Brown Bears sit at the back of the bus.
Its really a wonder that I haven't dropped all my ideals, because they seem so absurd and impossible to carry out. Yet I keep them, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.
Have a Lovely Day. VEST DAILY GAGGLE.
Tuesday, 22 May 2007
CANADA..Cruelty resumes..Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, Ignores plight of the Big Red Kangaroo.
at May 22, 2007
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