The real tragedy? Two people can discuss or argue about whether or not wolves are a necessary part of “balancing” an ecosystem. Two people can discuss or argue about whether wolves brought and carry fatal to human diseases. Two people can discuss or argue about whether wolves kill for sport. Two people can discuss or argue about how many wolves are enough and where their habitat should be. Two people can discuss and argue whether the Endangered Species Act is doing the job it was intended to do. Two people can discuss or argue about just about every aspect of the wolf and the impact it has had on Americans since reintroduction. But, when a person chooses to discuss and argue whether or not wolves should be protected over the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for human beings, there is something there that is sub human, vile and disgusting.
In this film, the real tragedy is that humans, with a face, a name, with children, property, a livelihood, heritage, love, family and all that it entails, are threatened of having it all snatched away from them because mentally twisted people believe animals deserve more than humans.
My God, what have we become?