WORLD NEWS TOMORROW:  Africa, the fauna and flora of the world constant seeks funding from European countries for wild life protection . In a disturbing video  posted on YouTube images like these below emerged of Africans hunting the wildlife. Is this the “New Africa” we are seeing emerging today?

Elephants that are basically an endangered specie all over Africa is still being slaughtered even though Africa claims they among the first frontiers in preserving wild life. A Elephant  hunted and slaughterd by Africans

In South Africa the elephant is protected by the Environmental Protection Act set in 1994 and yet its all a smoke screen.

Millions of Euros stream into Africa every year in support to wild life conservation.

In South Africa about 2 rhinos gets slaughters ever month by poachers for their rhino horns. So far very few of the poachers have been brought to justice. Just who is these poachers and why do thy like to Kill. Is it basic instinct or is just for fund and money? A hippo and her calf  hunted in Africa

These disturbing images have set a new paradigm in the world of perception to wild life conservation. Perhaps its time that Africans  begins to explain these conducts at hand.

It is believed that in these next few years many of the animal species will die and possible face extinction. Is the animal in man still rich and fresh to dominate the animal kingdom that faces extinction we should ask? Well, one thing is certain that man and the beast is still at hand to dominate. Is this the future of Africa where man still lives in the old ecology of survival to kill and thee shall eat  ?

 By Dany Whiteboy Africa exclusive for World News Tomorrow.

‘Africa Addio’ / ‘Farewell Africa’ (shot in 1964; released in 1966) is a documentary film about the decolonization of Africa, made by the Italian film directors Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco E. Prosperi. It shows like no other documentary what Africans are capable of if they get the chance

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