Синът на президента Тръмп с отрязана опашка на слон предизвика световна петиция на Avaaz

Световната правозащитна организация Avaaz подема поредна си кампания – този път в защита на африканските слонове, след като американският президент Тръмп узакони внасянето на трофеи от слонове от две африкански държави.

И веднага хора с пари се възползваха от тази широко отворена врата за жестокост срещу слоновете, които от 200 000 сега са останали 21 000 . „

На снимката е гордият син на Доналд Тръм до убитият от него слон с отрязана опашка в ръка – скъп трофей.

Всички желаещи могат да се включат в петицията на Avaaz като си посочат името, мейла и държавата. Резултатите от петицията ще бъдат предоставени на официалните власти.

Avaaz е световна мрежа, в чиито кампании досега са се включили 44 милиона души Мрежата работи, за да гарантира, че възгледите и ценностите на хората в света могат да влияят при вземането на глобални решения.

(„Avaaz“ означава „глас“ или „песен“ на много езици.)
Членовете на Avaaz живеят във всяка нация на света. Екипът работи в 18 държави на 6 континента и на 17 езика. Можете да научете за някои от най-големите кампании на Avaaz във Facebook или Twitter.

В текста на английски желаещите да се включат в петицията ще намерят къде точно да кликнат, за да гласуват срещу жестокостта на преситените:

Amazing – Trump just tweeted that he’s putting his plan on hold and the BBC says it came after massive action on social media! Our pressure is working, but we haven’t won yet – add your name, and share it everywhere!

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This is Donald Trump’s son with the tail of an elephant he killed. Trump just gave him a sick gift, changing the law to let bloodthirsty American hunters murder elephants and bring their heads home as trophies. Let’s build a massive global campaign to shame the US into dropping this disgusting plan – Avaaz will work with African countries to deliver our call at a major wildlife protection meeting in days. Sign with one click:

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Dear friends,

Trump just gave a sickening gift to his son, changing the law to let bloodthirsty American hunters murder elephants in Africa and bring their heads home as trophies.

Trump Jr. shot and mutilated an elephant – and now his dad is rewarding him by making it so anyone can join the slaughter and bring home elephant body parts as souvenirs, even as ivory poaching threatens to wipe these amazing creatures out.

Let’s build a massive global outcry to shame the US into dropping this disgusting plan, and when it’s huge, Avaaz will work with key African countries to deliver it at a major wildlife protection meeting days away. Sign with one click:

Save the elephants, drop this disgusting plan!

To President Trump, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, and conservation authorities around the world:
Elephants are facing extinction and this is no time to strip them of protection. Trophy hunting drives the slaughter of elephants, increases demand for their body parts, and projects a double standard that makes it harder to tackle ivory poaching. We call on you to do all you can to reverse the US decision to allow the import of elephant trophies, before it is too late.

Save the elephants, drop this disgusting plan!

The Trump administration says it will only lift the ban on trophy imports from Zambia and Zimbabwe, countries it says have sustainable, well-managed elephant populations. But the population of elephants in Zambia is just 21,000, down from over 200,000 just 45 years ago, and in Zimbabwe government officials trap baby elephants to sell them to zoos!

Experts say it’s almost impossible to stop poaching when wealthy Americans are shooting elephants for fun. The only way to save elephants from extinction is to stop killing them, and reduce demand for their body parts.

When Cecil the lion was shot, an international outcry forced the US to better protect lions. Now we need to do it again – before it’s too late for elephants!

Let’s make sure that when government officials in charge of wildlife protection gather in a few days, we meet them with a giant call for the US to drop this disgusting plan. Sign now with one click and share with everyone!

Save the elephants, drop this disgusting plan!

Time and time again, our movement has rallied for elephants. We’ve pushed for ivory bans, funded undercover stings against poachers, and pushed for even greater protections. Now we need to come together for these amazing creatures again.

In hope and determination,

Bert, Spyro, Sarah, Danny and the rest of the Avaaz team

MORE INFORMATION

Donald Trump reverses ban on elephant trophy imports into US – The Telegraph

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/11/16/donald-trump-reverses-ban-elephant-trophy-imports-us/

Trump Is Allowing Hunters To Import Elephant Trophies Back To The US – Buzzfeed

https://www.buzzfeed.com/briannasacks/trump-is-allowing-hunters-to-import-elephant-trophies-back?utm…

Trophies from elephant hunts in Zimbabwe were banned in the U.S. Trump just reversed that. – Washington Post

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/animalia/wp/2017/11/15/trophies-from-elephant-hunts-in-zimbabwe-…

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