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‘Unarmed Black Teenager’ Place On Endangered Species List

‘Unarmed Black Teenager’ Place On Endangered Species List

The illusive and seldom seen ‘black unarmed teenager’ has been placed on the WWF’s endangered species list due to dwindling numbers through over hunting.

 

‘We have no option but to place this species on the list’, stated the WWF’s spokesperson Sarah Hardy, ‘we have seen their numbers drop dramatically over the last few months since the shootings of Michael Brown and Tony Robinson’.

The US government was well aware of the species numbers at the turn of the century and decided that the best way for the unarmed black teenager to thrive would be to isolate them from society in ghettos, ensure access to drugs and guns, and hamper education at every turn.

There are believed to be only 100 – 400 alive now in the wild. These will be now carefully hunted down by members of the Police Force in order to begin a safe breeding programme to ensure their future survival.

 

 

 

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