The Cecil Effect By John Steele

     The mainstream media whipped up a feeding frenzy about the killing of one lion, they called “Cecil,” by a “millionaire dentist” Walter Palmer, on a reserve in Zimbabwe on July 1, 2015. He had to go into hiding to escape the madness that was generated, but now, long after the bs has dried and blown away, he is free to drive his new Porsche to a cocktail bar: Good for him.

     Hunting is a natural activity of most flesh-eating animals, and philosophers such as Roger Scruton (On Hunting, (1999): and the Spanish philosopher  Jose Ortega Gasset (Meditations on Hunting, (1996):, have argued that  that hunting is part of human nature. According to Gasset:

“hunting is a universal and impassioned is the purest form of human happiness. The essence of hunting or fishing involves a complete code of ethics of the most distinguished design. The sportsman who accepts the sporting code of ethics keeps his commandments in the greatest solitude with no witnesses or audience other than the sharp peaks of the mountain, the stern oak, and the passing animal.”

     To face nature, weapon in hand, is what manhood is all about, so naturally, hunting must be vilified and destroyed, as the elites want to destroy Western manhood:

     The end result of the Cecil the lion saga, is the “Cecil effect,” where the banning of lion hunting because of Western liberal guilt-based pressure, has led to unsustainable numbers of lions, and the need for culling: It is all self-refuting, and implodes on itself.
    Like with everything in the liberal bag of tricks, chaos and mischief soon escape and spread misery over the land.



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Wednesday, 29 June 2022