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Wednesday, 21 March 2007

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...let his portion be with the beasts of the field...

Following on from the furore caused by the baby polar bear in Berlin zoo hullabaloo, animal rights activists have come up with a solution to end animal cruelty once and for all.

Some people are saying that their idea may be a bit far fetched but the idea is gaining acceptance in some higher circles, the environmentalists are also jumping on the bandwagon as well as the white house and President George W Bush.

"The problem as we see it" say the animal rights side "is that animals are born into a cruel, harsh environment and need to be kept safe from the even harsher ways of mankind" The environmentalists agree stating that "the further we damage the indigenous habitats of all the worlds most scarce species, the less room they have left to live in, the environmental impact is devastating"

A statement to the press from the oval office has said that President Bush it putting together a team of highly qualified scientists to see if there is any mileage in the animal rights ideas, as the white house believes that the solution is so simple but so effective, it will change the course of history and solve more than fifty percent of world problems, like diseases spread by animals, hunger, poverty, wars over territory and also bring an end to the needless suffering of every single animal on the planet.

The solution? Kill every single last one of them and freeze them for eating later.

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