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The Ivory Game (2016)

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Wildlife activists in take on poachers in an effort to end illegal ivory trade in Africa.
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Wildlife activists in take on poachers in an effort to end illegal ivory trade in Africa.

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When the Chinese start caring, Elephants and other animals will have a chance to survive.
8 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

Every once in a while a documentary comes along that can make a difference, Hello Orcas, thanks Blackfish.

The extermination of elephants, in such cruel way has only one people responsible, the Chinese. In China Ivory is a status luxury item, rich people loves it, and the president himself did not commit to an end of barbarities, like a good criminal politician, he said that someday in the future China will end its Ivory trade, meanwhile China continues to execute Elephants, 1 every 15 minutes

It is their crazy thirst for Ivory that has made this holocaust possible, the Chinese will deprive future generations of the beauty of this majestic and intelligent animal.

Yes, the killers are gangs of ignorant people led by unscrupulous monsters executing orders from the Chinese elite behind this lucrative trade.

The cruelty of the Chinese is difficult to measure, Rhino, Tigers, Bears, Elephants, anything that can be sold for exorbitant prizes will be killed for profit, they just don't care.

Ask yourselves why the Chinese government doesn't stop the trade, don't do anything to smugglers and let this happen?

It's their business too! The more animals they assassinate, the higher the profit is, and don't let people lie to you, in China Ivory sells everywhere, they know what they are doing, but money taste better

Government officials are involved, its widely known, in Hong Kong they bought some time, they want to kill and trade with animals until around 2022, so they will have time to prepare alternative channels

The Chinese became rich and began destroying the world, they could have chosen the opposite, but as with coal emissions, they just don't care.

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