“Conservation” Explained. For the South African politician and nature-lover

“Conservation”, a.k.a. Wildlife Management, is the art and craft of manipulating the principles that govern the processes of nature – to achieve man-designed objectives. There is nothing ‘natural’ about wildlife management. It is man conceived, man designed, man applied, man implemented, man manipulated and man is the principle beneficiary. Why is man the principle beneficiary? …

The Scourge Of Animal Rightsism – Banning Trophy Hunting Will Not Stop the Killing of Wild Animals

THE ANIMAL RIGHTS BRIGADE seem to have bamboozled the whole world into believing that if they succeed in banning trophy hunting they will put a stop to the killing of all wild animals by man. Nothing could be further from the truth. Nothing could be less desirable. Nothing could be worse for wildlife than that. …

An Early Obituary In Memory of the One-time Great Biological Diversity of Kruger National Park

At the United Nations semi-annual Biodiversity Conference (Cop15), held in Montreal, Canada in 2022, implementation was a key theme. Implementation was highlighted because, previously, all the biodiversity targets determined at such conferences were never achieved. So the delegates tried again.  In December 2022, along with 195 other nations, South Africa agreed to adopt the Kunming-Montreal …

Is this A Crime Against the People of South Africa?

The CEO of South Africa’s TRUE GREEN ALLIANCE – an NGO the main purpose of which is to create a properly informed public about the principles and practices of science-based wildlife management – calls out the Minister of Environmental Affairs, Mrs Barbara Creecy, for apparently selling South Africa’s sovereign right to manage its own wildlife …

Comment by Emmanuel Koro

Ron Thomson’s confrontational and disruptive communication approach is the most effective communication approach in a world that has long taken Africans for fools because they used the ‘nice guy’ communication approach that you’re suggesting. The Western animal rights fundraising industry has long killed diplomacy in international wildlife trade politics through strategic vote-rigging within the CITES …