WORLD RHINO DAY 2013

  • By EAL
  • September 22, 2013

To the Vietnamese and Chinese consumers who take the horn as a virility enhancer: Your Penis Will Remain (Very) Small.

To the Vietnamese and Chinese consumers who take the horn as a cure for cancer: You Will Die.

To the Vietnamese and Chinese consumers who take the horn to cure hangovers: Your Liver Will Explode.

To the Vietnamese and Chinese consumers who take the horn to show off the social status: Your Are a Looser, luxury is something else (and again, your penis will remain small).

World Rhino Day 2013 is another sad day for rhinos and a reminder of how the international community is failing to protect them.

We are losing the battle and we need different strategies, we need Innovative Thinking for Conservation.

We support the poisoning of the horns, currently tested in South Africa, but we also call for the pharmaceutical companies to step in and launch awareness campaigns in Vietnam and China to convince people that it’s their drugs that can save lives, not fingernails. Who is the responsible for all these cancer’s victims?
And luxury brands should invest more in Vietnam, as rhino horn is apparently their main competition in this very promising market.

And finally the Vietnamese and the Chinese governments should stop pulling the international community’s leg and start doing serious law enforcement.
We are tired of your games. History will judge you.

You wanna get depressed and angry? Read this:
http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/05/why-does-a-rhino-horn-cost-300-000-because-vietnam-thinks-it-cures-cancer-and-hangovers/275881/

Photo credits: Elephant Action League (EAL)

Elephant Action League - World Rhino Day

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