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Hunting: terror in our countryside

The investigators of One Voice have infiltrated the hunting industry. Their images illustrate the terror and barbarism that draws attention to our campaigns during these merciless hunts. Support the proposed law to ban it by broadcasting our images!

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A day of hunting with hounds

It could have been a day like any other, a quiet and tranquil surprise meeting at a bend in a path with a majestic stag or a shy deer. It could have been a moment of exception. But that day, it is the howls of humans and dogs that set the tone, who invade the forest. The hunted stag leaping with terror in his eyes, as he runs for his life. Behind him, a pack of dogs and riders pursue him in a hunt without respite. Desperate, he throws himself into the water. He will be caught and put to death before being devoured.

The reality of the hunt

The hunt is particularly cruel. The images from our survey should be seen by as many people as possible. The reality of what is known as a hobby for some is not only terror for the animal being pursued but also for all the other animals of the forests that are hiding, panicked by the pack and the cries of the pursuing hunters. The residents also suffer the consequences. News has been regularly witnessed.

A law to ban the hunt

A law proposed on November 22nd by 14 senators would make hunting illegal as of June 1, 2018, with a fine of 15000 euros and one year imprisonment for offenders. But the validation process is long. To support this request, help us spread the images of our survey to as many people as possible. We must put an end to this barbaric practice!

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Comments 45

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Mainette | Thursday 21 November 2019

Abolition de la chasse à courre et de la chasse. C'est criminel, où est la protection de la faune si on tue tous les animaux de la forêt ? On parle de la biodiversité, de la faune, de la flore mais on ne fait que tuer des animaux au lieu de les respecter. Quand ce n'est pas le cerf, ce sont les loups, les blaireaux qui sont déterrés dans leurs nids. C'est HONTEUX ET SCANDALEUX !

Marie | Thursday 17 January 2019

Chasse à courre ça suffit. Abolition totale et immédiate

Claude Fée | Thursday 27 September 2018

La chasse est une survivance du droit féodal. Il est temps que la démocratie défende l intérêt commun qui passe par l écologie. Le plaisir de tuer ne doit plus être un argument.

Kévin | Saturday 15 September 2018

La chasse à courre est une honte et un crime contre la faune ...et honte au président de favoriser cette barbarie....