Liberal ANTI-Hunters Go After Politician…

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on June 6, 2016

 

ANTI’s go after a politician for hunting is nothing new…

Except when the politician stands his ground…

And even fights back!

An Australian member of parliament who shot and killed an elephant on a hunting trip has said he also ate part of the animal because it is humanity’s “right” to do so.

Robert Borsak, a state MP for the country’s Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party, defended the consumption of the elephant during a speech he made before New South Wales parliament Tuesday against the “insidious growth of skewed animal rights ideology.” Borsak was referencing an initiative by the country’s Green Party to end “Australia’s killing culture“ against species like kangaroos, which are often deemed a pest and culled en masse.

Liberal ANTI-Hunters Go After Politician...

Borsak, an avid hunter, spoke about a trip made a decade ago where he paid to shoot and kill the “rogue” animal in Zimbabwe. During the speech, fellow state MP Jeremy Buckingham interjected to ask if his colleague had eaten the animal. Borsak replied that he had, often in the form of a dried meat product called biltong.

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