Corporate CEO takes part in regulated hunting project to cull non-endangered elephants that threaten native African villages. Poor people's crops are saved, and they eat free-range organic meat for weeks.
Confused liberal angst ensues: poor people didn't starve, but charismatic megafauna were killed for sport by a person with a socially unacceptable combination of external genitalia and inadequate skin pigmentation. Chanting of of the sacred words "privilege" and "imperialism" relieves social anxiety, and life goes on as usual.
Not news. Not worthy of comment.
Unignorable, however, was this comment at Consumerist:
Well maybe people shouldn't be living in areas where their only food is endangered elephants. There are some parts of this world that were just not designed for humans to live, and for him to go and provide this "service" is appalling.
Some parts of the world. Not "designed" for humans to live. Speaking about Africa.
For the love of God and all that is holy, please tell me this dude's just trolling.