Germany / France: Hunting News From Venus.

(The second incident was in France)

 

A hunter was attacked by a boar on a trail hunt near Greifswald and seriously injured”.

During a trail hunt in the Greifswald area, a 50-year-old man was attacked by a boar after a gunshot and was seriously injured.

After the attack he plunged with his head into the lake where he was hunting and stayed there a few minutes with his head in the water.

He later died in the hospital, the animal escaped “.

 

 

Villagers expel hunters and save deer.”

A hobby hunter got an important lesson in a small-town Oise (France) when his hunt ended on a garden plot.

Sweaty wet, with a bloody tongue and trembling joints, a stately deer stands in the middle of the garden. Surrounded by barking hounds, he fears for his life, trembling. The hunter responsible for this situation is some distance away.

Although the animal is in firing position, he does not shoot. The reason: About thirty people have stood between the panic animal and the hunter. The deer was on the run from the hunter’s aggressive dogs, who had previously shot the animal in the forest and wanted to finally settle it in the garden.

But he had the bill made without the host, because the thirty inhabitants did not want to release the animal.
Finally, the mayor of the village came and persuade the hunter to leave.

That’s what I call civil courage, we all have to learn that too.

Because the good news is rarely brought by chance, as in the first case, but they are mostly results of our commitment, our courage.
In any case, these two messages have brought much greater relaxation in my body today than the relax training should bring out.

Or better formulated: who needs relax after such beautiful news …

My best regards to all

Venus

 

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