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The Future of Hunting in Florida Promises “Future Generations” of Savage Evildoers

Restoration by Amédée Forestier of the Rhodesian Man whose skull was discovered in 1921

Restoration by Amédée Forestier of the Rhodesian Man whose skull was discovered in 1921

Those who would advocate managing this planet’s human population need look no further for a place to start than the Future of Hunting in Florida, a terrorist organization that is “recruiting and retaining” the state’s most savage evildoers.

According to its website, “the Future of Hunting in Florida … is the voice speaking for our hunting community, to ensure that our children and future generations continue to enjoy quality hunting experiences in the great State of Florida.”

More repulsive language on the group’s website explains that “the not-for-profit corporation was formed for the purposes of … recruiting and retaining hunters in Florida,” among other destructive goals – and that the death squad “has the strong support of … the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission,” whose euphemistic mission involves “managing fish and wildlife resources for their long-term well-being and the benefit of people.”

Upon the Future of Hunting in Florida’s formation in 2005, Rodney Barreto — then the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s chairman — said (as is pointed out on the Future of Hunting in Florida website), “Historically, hunters have been at the forefront of wildlife conservation efforts, and hunting is an economically important activity in Florida … We share the hope and optimism of this new organization and applaud their plans to bring all hunters and hunting organizations together to focus positive efforts and attention on a bright future for hunting in Florida.”

Barreto, who is a founding partner of the lobbying firm Floridian Partners, LLC, currently sits on the board of directors of the Wildlife Foundation of Florida – an organization whose equally euphemistic “mission is to work closely with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to ensure the preservation and protection of Florida’s fish and wildlife resources.”

The establishment of the Future of Hunting in Florida was also celebrated by Kenneth Haddad, who, at the time, was the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s executive director.

Hadded is quoted on the Future of Hunting in Florida website as saying, “The hunting community and associated industries are incredibly important to the long term conservation of Florida’s fish and wildlife resources.”

Like Barreto, Haddad is a current member of the Wildlife Foundation of Florida’s board of directors.

The Future of Hunting in Florida’s claim that it was founded “to ensure that our children and future generations continue to enjoy quality hunting experiences in the great State of Florida” is another way of saying the organization exists to indoctrinate “future generations” of vile serial killers.

Those who think this planet could use even one more murderous thug — like the Future of Hunting in Florida’s spokesperson, Tom Miranda, whose website is nothing short of an incitement to sadism — should be prevented from producing “future generations” of Neanderthals.

One Comment

  1. James wrote:

    Hunting for ‘fun’ is cold blooded killing and should be banned full stop.
    Instead of teaching children to slaughter for the hell of it,how about raising them to be DECENT people who CARE about animals instead of seeing them as something to take pot shots at

    Friday, January 4, 2013 at 12:20 pm | Permalink

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