Sunday, October 17, 2021

Diabolical in Dallas

As the Dallas Safari Club disgustingly auction off an “opportunity” to kill an endangered black rhino, we urge readers to support our petition to put a stop to their shameless poster girl Larysa Switlyk

This morning, the Mirror shared shocking news that a twisted member of the Dallas Safari Club paid £18,300 ($25,500, €21,000 or درهم93,600) at the weekend to kill an endangered black rhino with a tranquiliser gun.

 

Sickening beyond belief – and in pre-pandemic times a destination gathering point for members of the Trump clan and, of course, the sex-toy-up-the-bum-of-sheep-shover Larysa Switlyk – the Dallas Safari Club’s annual five day convention had to be held online this year. It still managed to attract 850 exhibitors and allegedly raised £2.5 million ($3.5 million, €2.9 million or درهم12.8 million).

 

According to the Mirror’s Nada Farhoud, amongst those involved were a firm named South African Infinito Safaris. They offered a “very specialised quest” to hunt “little beauties” including “timid ‘Tiny Ten’ springbok” – a group which includes the blue duiker, a species that is “dwindling due to a “massive rise in the demand of hunting them.”

 

Also on sale at this sickening anti-wildlife protection event were a pair of elephant skin earrings for £50 ($70, €57 or درهم256) and a £36 ($50, €41 or درهم184) hippo hide necklace.

 

Join the 16,800 people who’ve already signed a Change.org petition seeking to get ‘blue ticked’ bear slaying barbarian Larysa Switlyk banned from Instagram by clicking here.

 

Pictured top: In recent days harridan huntress Larysa Switlyk took to Instagram to share grossly offensive imagery of herself with a crocodile she killed on the Nile and a Bezoar Ibex she massacred also. She offered an ‘opportunity’ to kill one for £10,800 ($15,000, €12,300 or درهم55,100) in fall 2021 and fall 2022 in Turkey.

 

Diabolical in Dallas – Dallas Safari Club auction black rhino killing – As the Dallas Safari Club disgustingly auction off an “opportunity” to kill an endangered black rhino, we urge readers to support our petition to put a stop to their shameless poster girl Larysa Switlyk.
Diabolical in Dallas – Also on offer in the auction was a chance to kill a giraffe.
Diabolical in Dallas – Dallas Safari Club auction black rhino killing – As the Dallas Safari Club disgustingly auction off an “opportunity” to kill an endangered black rhino, we urge readers to support our petition to put a stop to their shameless poster girl Larysa Switlyk.
Diabolical in Dallas – Bidders were given the chance to kill a puma too.
Diabolical in Dallas – Dallas Safari Club auction black rhino killing – As the Dallas Safari Club disgustingly auction off an “opportunity” to kill an endangered black rhino, we urge readers to support our petition to put a stop to their shameless poster girl Larysa Switlyk.
Diabolical in Dallas – In January 2019, at a time before the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to them gathering in person, the Dallas Safari Club were able to meet to celebrate their sickness. Here, Larysa Switlyk is pictured with Donald Trump Jr. and his wack job girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle.
Matthew Steeples
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Matthew Steeples is a writer and marketing consultant. He conceived The Steeple Times as a media arena to fill the void between the Mail Online, The Huffington Post and such organs as the New York Social Diary in 2012.

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