You dismiss most of my comments as being irrelevant. You signally fail to address the point I made (and others before me) that selling direct to TCM organisations would either send a wrong signal (endorsing a product of unlikely pharmaceutical benefit and thus inconsistent with demand reduction) or to the wrong target market (if the product is now little used by TCM practitioners).
I think you risk being a poor ambassador for your cause because of your implacability. Is it too much to ask that you listen to and address points made by your opponents instead of dismissing them out of hand?
I am sorry if I did so, and I didn't intend to sound dismissive. I am in fact genuinely trying to help. I have nothing personal to gain from what I am doing, its all done off my own steam and time. Its always far easier to talk face to face that to try and put your point across in writing. I can assure you that I meant no disrespect, I can see that you have a genuine interest and open mind.
By selling horn to whoever the buyer is - is by no means endorsing the use as medicine. In fact, I would recommend that it is sold with a health warning, as in the case of cigarettes. If they are using illegal horn for medicine, then there is little we can do about that. We are just saying - if you have to have this horn - please let us give you horn without having to kill our rhino.