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Walter James Palmer: Defining Cowardice

28 Jul

Walter James Palmer, the “dentist” from Minnesota, is someone I’m sure you’ve heard the name of – if not, perhaps you can look in the dictionary under COWARD! It’s vermin like Walter that give all Americans a bad name. He’s a real tough guy, a hunter that loves to prove to everyone he can kill beloved, harmless, beautiful animals, whether endangered or not. This man is said to be the father of two, and I wonder how he would feel if some self-proclaimed tough guy hunted him down, and his children, too. What kind of psycho, with his extremely overblown sense of self-worth, pays to go out and kill an older animal that loved human contact, one who had survived all kinds of threats and encounters in his own environment, only to have a piece of shit – with a bow and arrow, nonetheless – lure him out and wound him, then leave him there to suffer for two entire days? Yeah, sure, by anyone’s standards that takes a real tough guy. More like an avid butcher who senselessly slaughters helpless animals. Now, it would have made Walter really something to brag about if he had gone on his so called conquest fairly, but let’s see the ball-less jerk go one-on-one with the regal Cecil and fight fair. Let’s see him use the same weapons that were available to that helpless lion!

Again I have to ask, what in God’s name would possess the most moronic, low-life that exists on this planet to go out and kill not only helpless animals unable to defend themselves, animals loved by so many, but also critically endangered animals as well? Society thinks that we only have poachers to worry about, when there are total, good for nothing, useless, simpletons like Walter Palmer. I guarantee you that, next thing you know, Walter Palmer will be claiming not to know that Cecil was so loved by so many, a typical excuse used by a senseless killer! I truly hope that the African officials do not let this butcher get away with this, or that excuses like permits, permission, ignorance, or any other lame nonsense, do not cause anyone to go easy on this so-called “man.”

Palmer, to sate his blood thirst, travels across the globe, where his money is so desperately needed that he figures he can, literally, get away with murder! Is it because we have more stringent laws in the United States, or is it because we have no exotic or endangered animals here, that this is where this behavior would not go unpunished? Where there would be such an uproar that people would probably be picketing in his front yard, all gathered to protest just outside of his home? Though, I hope that happens anyway. Low-lives like Walter don’t give the slightest damn whether an animal may be the very last of its kind. All he sees is a prize that he actually believes gains him bragging rights, because we all know that it takes one-of-a-kind skill to have a weapon that an animal doesn’t and take its life, and some real skill to leave an animal suffering. True skill it is when an animal loves human company, too! What’s worse still, or just as shameful, is that he’ll raise another generation to believe that his disgusting, cowardice, vile behavior is perfectly acceptable. This butchering dentist needs to be made an example of in the most severe ways.

I’ve heard it said that Walter James Palmer’s actions are probably his way of trying to compensate for his physical “shortcomings”, but I personally think that his problem is deep rooted, far more deviant in nature. Like the Devil himself, some wannabe tough guys like the feeling of control, and the more helpless their victims, the better. Imagine a lion, one known and loved by so many people, one that didn’t mind human company and at times sought people out, a regal, courageous lion like Cecil, trusting the humans around him that he’d become so accustom to in his twelve years of life, being lured out into the open, but thinking that he had nothing to fear from one of the humans that he’d come to trust. He must have thought none would do him harm, never knowing that laying in wait was a two legged, piece of trash predator who would put an arrow in him and then let him suffer with a mortal wound for an entire day! I’m only sorry that the premise for the new show ZOO weren’t true, that all of the animals left couldn’t band together and turn the tables on garbage like the cowardly Walter James Palmer.

I’m sure that Mr. Palmer will attempt to blow some smoke up our rear ends and feign remorse for his disgusting, murderous, senseless, slaughtering of Cecil, the sweet old lion who was part of a long-term study, and perhaps in his small mind it will convince others that he is sorry, but I’m going to have to call bull crap on that one! You see, money can buy almost anything I guess, and wealth can buy you a chance to murder Simba, but what wealth cannot buy you is respect, and it can’t make everyone else forget, or think that vile actions are acceptable! This reminds me of the other wussy “hunters” who, like W.J.P., think that they are skilled snipers and go into a small, caged area and kill lions, tigers, etc. We will all be impressed when there comes a hunt where the hunters sign off on themselves first so that no one else can be sued if they get killed, and then they are part of a fair hunt, one where all sides are even, where the two legged participants go into it with only what God gave them, as do the animals. Let these hunting tough guys (and gals) learn what a fair hunt/fight is, if they come out of it alive, and then – and only then – do they have something to brag about. W.J.Palmer and others like him remind me of the wussies that go into a fight but can only engage in it when they have four, five, or an even larger number of others to back them up in a fight with just one other person, because by themselves (like when hunting a defenseless animal) they are inferior and, though I don’t like to use the blatant word for it, are nothing more than wussies!

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Posted by on July 28, 2015 in All Things Animals, Politics

 

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2 responses to “Walter James Palmer: Defining Cowardice

  1. Pat Baxter

    July 29, 2015 at 5:18 am

    That dentist Palmer (of Eden Prairie, MN) was investigated by the Minnesota Board of Dentistry (for sexual harassment of an employee) tells a lot about the type person he is. That Palmer finds pleasure in murder (most recently Cecile) tells the rest of the story. What kind of mental issues does a person have to have to think it a great idea to murder animals? Did Palmer also torture, etc. animals as a boy growing up? What a sad, pathetic person. Long past time to rethink your life Walter James Palmer…maybe give up murder?

     
  2. cmt434s@yahoo.com

    July 29, 2015 at 2:10 am

    What a complete PIECE OF SHIT. I wish F-Heads like this could be hunted themselves. It is unbelievable to me that someone would want to take one of these beautiful creatures lives. I would give him the chair…. no questions asked

     

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