The Badger Liberation Front has claimed responsibility for an explosion in Shropshire which left thirteen cows dead and four others beautifully cooked. A spokesperson, who wanted to be known as "Stripes", called NFU offices in Oswestry saying the attack was in retaliation against "the moo nation" for its part in plans to cull badgers as a way of reducing levels of TB. Dr David Milton of the National Farmers Union described the situation as "enormously tense" amid fears that similar attacks could take place at sites across the country. The government has immediately banned badgers from appearing on television programmes such as "Autumnwatch" and "Bill Oddie menaces wildlife" as it doesn't want them to have the oxygen of publicity. Fears of a "War on Badgers" have been downplayed by military leaders, but it's thought likely that daytime raids will be launched against the most miltant animals. Cows have responded by lying down in fields, chewing the cud and going to the abbatoir. Their actions have been praised as a "typically British" response to the current bovine crisis.
Badgers bomb cow herds in revenge for cull plans
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I'd rather the badgers bombed the farmers. Both satirically & literally.
They will all receive the Badger of Honour
Hopefully they will eradicate TB
Before he writes another book
Badgers should stick to provide bristles for my shaving brush. I often wonder how they are 'harvested'.
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