I have just discovered that a guy called Lord Ashcroft who is deputy chairman of the Tory party has been paying approx. £500,000 for TV adverts which condemn commercial whaling - well done that man, a Tory ! whatever next I'm tempted to say 'what's his angle' but that would be churlish.
Seriously, the world does not need to endanger these magnificent creatures and countries should unite to ban whaling entirely.
Meanwhile, by contrast an animal rights campaigner has eaten part of a Corgi in protest at the actions of our resident royal fool ( Prince Philip ) known to his friends as 'Phil the Greek' this octogenarian parasite continues to slaughter small creatures for fun, he's the proud head of a family so dysfunctional that they would all be the subject of a collective ASBO.
As a young man newly hitched to the Windsor gravy train he toured India and had the privilege of shooting a magnificent Bengal tiger, a team of Indian 'beaters' had tracked the tiger, caught it, then tethered this beautiful creature to a tree.
The brave handsome young prince then courageously approached the savage beast completely unafraid of what Blake called it's "Fearful Symmetry" and shot it dead from about three feet, had he missed it and shot through it's tether six other guns would have opened up on it, brave doesn't do our Phil justice.
Doesn't it make you proud to have the privilege of looking up to people like this ? "Did he who made the lamb make thee" for 'Phil the Greek' to shoot ye.
People who kill animals for fun should be locked away, starting with this cretin.
UPDATE - JUNE 4TH. 07- As if by magic we see the sickening pictures of Prince Harry ( the clever one ) posing beside a huge dead buffalo type of creature with his high powered rifle, carrying on the family tradition of killing for fun.
It's a depressing thought that we will be subjected to pictures and stories about Harry for years to come, being helped in and out of taxis dressed as a nun or a Nazi by burly body guards, drunk as a skunk and acting tough with the paparazzi.
The decision not to have him soldier in Iraq or indeed anywhere dangerous was greeted with delight by his body guards who didn't fancy going to Iraq with such a waste of space.