A Monkey's Last Stand. Despite his patriotic stand, he will soon be stripped of his citizenship and banished to another country. Perhaps, our monkeys were already doomed when people in authority likened bloggers to them. The Cabinet has literally signed their death warrant by withdrawing protection for the so-called urban monkeys under the Wildlife Protection Act.
How can we stand tall as a nation, when we so casually shrugged-off our responsibility to protect the weak and defenseless?
The above is the intro to TV Smith's four-page photo essay on this state-sponsored cruelty against animals.
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
A Monkey's Last Stand
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