January 30, 2023

Monkeys, Wolves & BLUE

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Guest post by James Beers

I read recently where a lady in Myanmar (Burma) died of rabies from a wolf bite. The report went on to say that there has been a large outbreak of rabies in Myanmar, especially in the cities. It went on to say that while this wolf had bitten the lady in one such city, and even greater source of rabid bites on residents came from monkeys that frequent the cities and towns routinely during the day in search of food.

This set me to thinking. The wolf was in a settled part of Burma and must have been living nearby in all likelihood, so other wolves are likely in the area habituating and learning how to find food and get by just like the monkeys. That the lady, just like a ranch lady in Idaho or a kid in New Mexico might just as easily do, blundered into a rabid wolf as she went about her daily routine and died.

Who is to blame? In Burma one can honestly say, no one since wolves have always been there (relatively speaking as in centuries) and people and their leaders have never had the wherewithal or the ability to remove the wolves and the threats and dangers they create. One can honestly say that they chose to live with wolves, monkeys and rabies in their midst; whether through ignorance, religious belief or tolerance for dictatorships I do not know. However, when such things happen in the Carolinas or Montana or Oregon or Arizona we cannot say the same thing. We can honestly blame and hold responsible the government and radical groups that have forcibly placed them in these areas after the people who live there and their ancestors had eliminated them at great cost of time and treasure to create the productive and healthy human-oriented settled landscapes of the Lower 48 States that we have enjoyed and benefitted from for nearly 100 years.

The Burmese native that has lived under successions of Kings, Generals and occupiers down through the ages is in great contrast with the Americans of The Lower 48 States who obtained their freedom, liberty and Constitutional rights over 225 years ago. This liberty was obtained at great cost and sacrifice but has been frittered away in recent decades as a growing national government and reticent State governments have taken away piece after piece of that liberty for their own benefit by making hollow promises of government benefit and government largesse for chunk after chunk of our rights. In few areas is this as nakedly apparent as the Endangered Species Act promises of “saving” (Nature?) and resulting in wolves and grizzly bears where people live, irrigation areas shut down, farmers and loggers out of work, dams destroyed, ranches shut down, and general mayhem throughout the formerly bucolic and productive (of many things) expanses of rural America. One need look no farther than the recent BLM assault (snipers, tasers, automatic weapons, rifles, handguns, helicopters, men on horseback, men in trucks and SUV’s, and enforcers that looked to all like NFL linebackers fresh from the weight room: all to round up and kill cattle on the Last rancher in the County around Las Vegas in the political backyard of a corrupt, federal politician that for all intents and purposes appointed his former political advisor as the head of the same BLM agency conducting this particular Rangeland Clearance.

Read The Highland Clearances (of Scotland) by John Prebble concerning the ruthless actions of British occupiers seizing all land from 1800 to 1856 for a blueprint of current federal government policies. Like those dispossessed Scots and their families, American farmers, ranchers, loggers and rural residents are steadily and forcibly being told to move into cities just as the Scots (like the Irish) were simply told to go away whether to offshore islands or roadsides to die or onto “coffin ships” hoping to get to America or Canada before starvation or disease destroyed them. As the BLM showed us, the government is now willing to use all their power on us as if we were terrorists plotting an attack on US soil from our hideout in Afghanistan in Iraq.

I submit that the Burmese lady died as she lived in the most freedom she ever knew in a world just like the one of her forefathers going back untold generations. However the American damaged by or attacked by or driven to bankruptcy by wolves forced on him by his own government is the true SUBJECT of tyrants. The American has lost his liberty and allowed others to return his children and grandchildren to the terrors and penury his forefathers worked so hard to eliminate.

May the Burmese lady Rest in Peace, and May God Help America!


If you are interested in, understand or are sympathetic about what you just read, may I make a suggestion?

A Montana film maker, Jeffrey D. King, has made a 3rd video that I highly recommend as worthwhile. It documents a series of interviews and a trip around America aimed at explaining and demonstrating the agenda of The Green Movement and the government policies that I vainly try to expose in all I write. The people he interviews and the things he explains as he visits important sites are something you should share with friends, relatives, coworkers, churchgoers and everyone else you come in contact with in your daily lives.

The cost is minimal and I get nothing from this but the hope that some of you will go to his website and begin to become familiar with what he has done and what he is doing. This latest video, BLUE, may well be our future hope. Please, consider learning about it.

BLUE TRAILER: http://www.youtube.com/user/bluebeatsgreen?feature=watch

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Jim Beers
15 May 2014

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Jim Beers is a retired US Fish & Wildlife Service Wildlife Biologist, Special Agent, Refuge Manager, Wetlands Biologist, and Congressional Fellow. He was stationed in North Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York City, and Washington DC. He also served as a US Navy Line Officer in the western Pacific and on Adak, Alaska in the Aleutian Islands. He has worked for the Utah Fish & Game, Minneapolis Police Department, and as a Security Supervisor in Washington, DC. He testified three times before Congress; twice regarding the theft by the US Fish & Wildlife Service of $45 to 60 Million from State fish and wildlife funds and once in opposition to expanding Federal Invasive Species authority. He resides in Eagan, Minnesota with his wife of many decades.

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