You’re ‘avin’ a Giraffe

BY JOHN NASH That great National Park teeming with African animals that is Crawley, West Sussex, has again been exposing its departing member, ‘Enry Smith MP in the form of his preposterous Hunting Trophies (Import Prohibition) Bill. The Bill is the fruiting body of a brain-rot fungus commonly known as animal rights that affects luvvies and idealists. It has once again erupted like a common … Continue reading You’re ‘avin’ a Giraffe

Horns of a Dilemma

BY JOHN NASH The cerebral world of academia has given gas-and-air birth to another classical study for the world’s edification and delight, published a couple of months ago in People and Nature and in Popular Science.  Four eminent researchers have postulated that rhino horns are becoming smaller and conclude that selective human hunting might be to blame, saying, “we found evidence of declining horn size … Continue reading Horns of a Dilemma

Animal Rights Con Artists Infiltrate UK Parliament

BY JOHN NASH I love this land, so it has taken a couple of days to calm down enough to write this piece. To the utter shame of our Parliament, some of our MPs met on the 25th of January to “discuss” a Private Members Bill to prohibit the importation of hunting trophies into the UK and move it on to the next stage. Even by … Continue reading Animal Rights Con Artists Infiltrate UK Parliament

The Burning of Mr Rizwan

BY JOHN NASH A Private Members Bill is coming up for another airing on the 25th January – the usual theatrical performance in Sleepy Hollow, the common class debating chamber inside the Westminster Asylum. To his shame, it is the “work” of the Conservative “member from Crawley”, Henry Smith. It is a thinly veiled anti-hunting extremist trope, disguised as the “Hunting Trophies (Import Prohibition) Bill … Continue reading The Burning of Mr Rizwan