A multinational company Sponsoring the Tying of a rope around a Kangaroo and have it “Box” in a ring with some Arse Clown is easier to understand when you consider that the same multinational company has with much chest thumping,whooping and fan fare all to the applause of their leftist Islamist apologists just rolled over to the Islamic colonialists occupying forces in Australia, by making the much Loved (or hated) Australian icon,Vegemite, “Halal”.
The cruelty inflicted upon Animals during the barbaric slaughtering process that is the Halal method of animal killing, is just a few steps up the animal cruelty ladder than what is seen in the video below where some Arse “Clown” and his brave assistants, assault an Australian Kangaroo, I suppose we should be grateful they did not hack its head off with an Islamic Holy sword or hatchet so as to yet again appease Kraft’s Muslim colonialists occupying forces in Australia.
Nine News Australia.
US 'Aussie' show knocks a kangaroo around for laughs
EXCLUSIVE by Chelsea White
The Daily Telegraph
March 06, 2010 12:00AM
IT IS an image that will leave every Australian sick to the stomach.
Our national mascot dressed in shorts and boxing gloves with a rope tied around its chest, goaded into boxing with a human clown.
Bring this Kangaroo HOME NOW
One of Australia's most iconic symbols is reduced to a cruel and insulting comedy act - all in front of an audience cheering for more.
Welcome to BorderFest - a US festival in Hidalgo, Texas, designed to "celebrate" all things Australian.
A festival sponsor is Kraft, US owners of another Aussie icon Vegemite. Pepsi sponsors the show itself and the festival website has a Tourism Australia logo and link.
The "Rocky Show Circus" runs at least twice a day, starring two kangaroos and their owner Javier Martinez, who also dons the clownsuit.
Mr Martinez baits the kangaroo by pushing it and repeatedly jabs at it before placing it in a headlock.
If Rocky fights back too much Mr Martinez's wife Sandra restrains the kangaroo using a heavy tether attached to a harness around the animal's chest.
Yesterday, Mr Martinez defended his cruel act. "You cannot force a kangaroo to do nothing," he said.
"(Kangaroos) only do what they want to do so we don't make them work, you work around them."
Mr Martinez is not alone. The Daily Telegraph can reveal that circuses in Asia, Europe and the US are increasingly using our national mascots as comedy acts, leaving the animals traumatised and injured - and in some cases dead. Mr Martinez's treatment of his kangaroos - which travel across the US performing at different circuses - has been investigated by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) repeatedly for violations of animal welfare act.
He has been on the authority's watch list since 2003 when two kangaroos under his care died within four months.
According to animal welfare group PETA, who did their own investigations of the show, one kangaroo died from complications caused by a deadly bacterial disease called "lumpy jaw".
After another undercover investigation by the USDA in 2007, Mr Martinez was told to immediately change the way he handled his kangaroos.
An inspection report reported the kangaroo showed signs of behavioural stress including severe aggressiveness.
"During the boxing performance the animal was observed trying to leave the ring and being forced to remain in the ring to complete the act," the USDA inspection report said.
PETA's Asia-Pacific senior campaigner Ashley Fruno last night called for a boycott of kangaroo acts. "Being forced to participate in these tawdry shows is cruel and can cost kangaroos their lives," Ms Fruno said.
The only Fight a Kangaroo should EVER have to FIGHT can be seen in the video below