Sabrina Corgatelli: the proud killer of defenceless animals on facebook

Sabrina Corgatelli: the proud killer of defenceless animals on facebook

Every year there is some sort of creature that find the status of infamous a platform for success. Or to kill. The ever moralising facebook that condone a nipple or suggestions of genitalia endorses  and celebrate not life, but dead. In this morality of infamy there is a surge of killers that even quote the bible, or state it’s a gender issue to be under scrutiny in her public page for killing animals. Make no mistake, they don’t feel that are killing inofensive animals, or that are ridicule while posing near a carcass of one less living being. People like Sabrina are real. As real as it gets. Nonetheless she is more than any other human being, or being as per se. She is entitled to endorse death with proud. She likes it and promotes it. And strangely she likes to be infamous. The other side of being known for good reasons there is this kind of beings that crave the attention when killing and celebrating death.

Sabrina Corgatelli proudly on her public facebook page showing up the remains of a giraffe she killed.

Sabrina Corgatelli proudly on her public facebook page showing up the remains of a giraffe she killed.

There is no difference  between the Sabrinas of this world and serial killers like Charles Manson or Ted Bundy. According to Macmillan Encyclopedia of Death and Dyingentry on “Serial Killers” (2003) by Sandra Burkhalte Chmelir a serial killer is a person who murders three or more people, in two or more separate events over a period of time, for primarily psychological reasons. Well, considering that being is a known fact on our existence, and that promotion of death is clearly something not to be celebrated we don’t see any difference in the cry for attention of Sabrina and other serial killers. Well, there is actually at least two: she cowardly went into a protected resource and called it a safari. And Facebook supports killing for pleasure showing death animals as trophies and condemns a close-up view of the genitals and abdomen of a naked woman, lying on a bed with legs spread, painted by French artist Gustave Courbet L’Origine du monde (“The Origin of the World”) in 1866.  Way to go!

Origin-of-the-World

Feel free to send your best to the public facebook page of Sabrina Corgatelli :

https://www.facebook.com/970549649631494/photos/pb.970549649631494.-2207520000.1438769690./1029329883753470/?type=1&theater

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