The leader of Britain's important anti fox hunting movement has moved quickly to counter claims that a fox savaged a pair of sleeping babies.
'Once again, the Tory propoganda machine has set out to besmirch the good name of the fox community,' says Mandy Heffer, a leading anti hunt saboteur. 'Once you see through the headlines in all these tory hate sheets, such as the Daily Mail, Independent and the Guardian, you'll notice a different picture emerging.'
According to Heffer's own investigation into the supposed 'incident', in which a fox is alleged to have attacked two babies sleeping in their bedroom, the children were not as innocent as the media have implied.
'The parents of one of them reads the Daily Mail, and even sent off for one of their offers for free tulips bulbs,' says Heffer. 'Tulips that would have been imported from Holland, at enormous environmental cost.'
The father of the children is thought to be a fan of Little Britain, which is known for its class based humour and poking fun at cross dressers. 'Marx predicted that would happen,' says Heffer. 'Those so called kids knew what they were doing. they weren't so innocent. If you'd seen the damage that a young child can do, if it grows up to be abivalent about fox hunting, you'd understand why that fox had to defend itself.'
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The leader of Britain's important anti fox hunting movement has moved quickly to counter claims that a fox savaged a pair of sleeping babies.Posted 5 years ago #
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