Here is where you can add YOUR voice to our roar…

…these are the faces of the  people who support/agree with our campaign to ban the trophy hunting of endangered species.

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Below the photo gallery you will find the voices – read the comments of our wonderful supporters.

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Together we stand with the voices of individuals and groups actively working to get legislation changed seen HERE.

Your Voices – Our Roar
Thank you for your comments

Steve Silver - Canada

This despicable, cruel and self-serving criminal activity MUST STOP! And governments which don’t act must be held responsible through votes and lobbying. Keep up the fantastic work Lynn and James and add my name to your roar!

Susan Hawton - Australia

Hunting for food and pest control is one thing. Hunting magnificent animals to extinction is a tragedy that must be prevented. The earth owes us no obligations and cares not for personal “rights”. On the contrary, we have a moral and necessary obligation to protect and nurture the earth, for now and future generations.

Eric Dhliwayo - South Africa

Not everyone is in the position to help animals but everyone is in the position not to harm them.

Kirstine McKay - Australia

We have a great responsibility – to give a voice to those that don’t have one… to care for others whom we have power over. It is time to end trophy hunting everywhere. ROAR!

Julieta Delos Santos - Philippines

Protecting the magnificent creatures in wildlife is keeping the balance of nature. Losing balance and stability will bring devastation to us. Everything in the ecosystem is interconnected.

John Tozeland - Australia

Protecting all of these magnificent creatures and their habitats remains the goal. Both animals and plant life make the world’s ecosystems work, wildlife provides balance and stability to nature’s processes. Further funding is needed to stop Game Hunting, we all must create awareness and fight back against the commercial operators and the Hunters that engage in this practice. Land of the Free is remarkable together with the whole team who have brought the plight to the attention for all of us to come together and voice our wishes to say No More and to make sure this practice is Stopped.

Lorraine Platt – UK

Trophy hunting is despicable and cowardly. It has no place on civilised society.
This vile activity must be banned.
Protect our vulnerable wildlife.
End trophy hunting imports into the UK.

Ro London – Australia

Stop the Sport, it’s inhumane and tragic with the results devastating.

Jen Nolan - UK

We at WRATH – Worldwide rally against trophy hunting protest against this barbaric so called sport and advocate for its end.

Lin Sutherland - Australia

Trophy hunting should already be a thing of the past – please stand together to protect Africa’s iconic faces from extinction.

Lynne Koenigsberg - USA

Trophy hunting is not conservation! It is a form of entertainment for the depraved. The trophy hunter inflicts great suffering upon their intended victim(s) ~ viable lives abruptly ended for bragging rights. The majority of trophy hunters are from the United States. Nothing to be proud of!

Elaine Sheeley - Australia

It’s inconceivable that we have to go to these lengths to convince the world to act now to protect these magnificent creatures.

Rosemary Alles – South Africa and USA

“If to be feelingly alive to the sufferings of my fellow-creatures is to be a fanatic, I am one of the most incurable fanatics ever permitted to be at large.”

― William Wilberforce (leading English abolitionists)

There is no solution to the maladies that ails our species’ relationship with nature other than the moral one. In the end, they, these “others”, our wild siblings are fellow travelers, nations unto themselves, inherent with the inalienable right to exist.

Trophy hunting kills, it holds Africa, her wild creatures, and the world captive in a new form of slavery; it underlines the definition of “disaster capitalism”, exploiting ongoing crises and the disenfranchised by expropriating nature and leaning to corruption.

Not all the data points in the world, nor equivalent analysis, or white papers will resolve the disruptive relationship we -humans- have with nature. It will be the moral argument that wins the day – IF it wins the day.

It is simply wrong to enslave in the name of commerce and it is simply wrong to kill in the name of protecting life; ask a child, she’ll tell you.

 

Let Africa Live

Global March for Elephants and Rhinos.

https://gmfer.org/

Rosemary Alles – South Africa and USA

“If to be feelingly alive to the sufferings of my fellow-creatures is to be a fanatic, I am one of the most incurable fanatics ever permitted to be at large.”

― William Wilberforce (leading English abolitionists)

There is no solution to the maladies that ails our species’ relationship with nature other than the moral one. In the end, they, these “others”, our wild siblings are fellow travelers, nations unto themselves, inherent with the inalienable right to exist.

Trophy hunting kills, it holds Africa, her wild creatures, and the world captive in a new form of slavery; it underlines the definition of “disaster capitalism”, exploiting ongoing crises and the disenfranchised by expropriating nature and leaning to corruption.

Not all the data points in the world, nor equivalent analysis, or white papers will resolve the disruptive relationship we -humans- have with nature. It will be the moral argument that wins the day – IF it wins the day.

It is simply wrong to enslave in the name of commerce and it is simply wrong to kill in the name of protecting life; ask a child, she’ll tell you.

 

Let Africa Live

Global March for Elephants and Rhinos.

https://gmfer.org/

Michael Beatty - Australia

This is an important cause and one that means a great deal to me personally.

Neira Jones – UK

ROAR! Let’s ban this despicable practice and protect species of any kind, and our planet. Let’s do it for us and for our children!

Michaela Litova - Austria

Trophy hunting is a shocking, outrageous, and disgusting practice that has absolutely /no place/ in today’s world – an activity where people willingly torture and murder sentient and feeling living beings is wrong, wrong, /wrong/! Trophy hunters are nothing less than sadistic murderers and the animals they hunt and shoot are their victims.

It. Needs. To. Stop.

Kay Klyne - Australia

Such a travesty that in this day and age, people get to defile G-d’s creations of these beautiful amazing creatures. If doctors have to take the Hippocratic oath, and *vets* do as well, how is it that these human beings continue to murder for the sake of trophies. How is this different to barbarians doing this to other humans?

Nicole Pentis - Australia

We are here to protect not disrespect our wildlife

Paige Badenoch - Australia

Save our beautiful wildlife, animals and nature’s ecosystems. Trophy hunting needs to be banned! We only have one earth let’s not destroy it!

Susan Dickerson - USA

We must protect all living creatures, for we are in a circle of life that can be broken if even one species becomes extinct. How can anyone harm the beautiful creatures of Mother Earth. Let us be the “Land of the Free” in every way and may it begin with protecting our wildlife.

Julian Starks - USA

“My dream, thus mission in life is to travel the world and photograph beautiful, vibrant animals in all places and circumstances, free and confined.” Julian Starks – 2018

I am a Los Angeles based Photographer, Filmmaker and Animal Activist writing on behalf of VISIONS OF THE WORLD Inc., my 501(c)(3) Non-Profit company. Our first project was “LIFE Behind Bars” Vol. 1, my first Fine Art Photography book. The book was titled after the photographic series that I started in order to honor the beauty of animals in captivity, and to support the many individuals and organizations that have dedicated themselves to caring for and protecting these magnificent beasts.

Next project…Visions of the World Inc. presents…

“LIFE Behind Bars…Except if You’re Free” VOL. 2 which will focus on the conservation efforts of the Gorillas and Big African Cats in their natural habitat – Africa!

We are dedicating this second book in this series of books to DIAN FOSSEY, whose work regarding the conservation of the Mountain Gorilla’s has been an inspiration for our project.

https://www.visionsoftheworld.org

Ant Leake - UK

Why would anyone want to shoot a lion, giraffe, leopard, rhino, elephant of baboon is totally beyond me.

It must stop and we have the power to make it stop.

Well done for all your fantastic work in banning Trophy Hunting. With you all the way.

Richard Loring - South Africa

Trophy Hunters should be dropped into a wildlife environment with water and food for a week in order to see how nature works, provides and survives. A loud roar of encouragement to Producers James Ganiere and Lynn Santer for their relentless pursuit of killers of wildlife exposed through their award winning ” Land of the Free: In the shadows with Priscilla Presley ” documentary.

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