the Wildebeest population of East Africa is waking up to a new leadership today, after the old leaders' reign was brought to an end. As a pack of jackals descended on the outgoing premier, the policies of the new leadership are coming under increasing scrutiny.
As ever, the thorny issue of migration is causing controversy. One of the central planks of the new leader's policy was an end to migration. Many Wildebeest have complained that migration only seems to benefit Jackals, hyenas, lions and crocodiles. Others complain the young and older members of the community can get trampled under foot, especially on dangerous river crossings. 'I'm no breedist, but I defnintely think migration only tends to benefits the predator community,' said Cameron Wildebeest, in his early campaigning days, 'of course, you can't sy that these days.'
but those words may come back to haunt him. With pasture levels running dangerously low, a mass migration across the plains of the Serengetti beging to look like the only realistic option. But how will this U Turn play with the electorate?
David Wildebeest, a young buck heralded as a future leadership cadidate for Serengetti South, has criticised Cameron for .....
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