May 27, 2019

Won’t You Please Jump Into The 21st Century With The Stupid People?

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I evolved to be like the rest of the organisms around me, I eat and a reproduce.. This is how we made it into the 21st century.. Not by licking lettuce.. And Not by making pets out of other organisms..

Ecology like psychiatry is pseudo science. Social Behaviorism. It’s complete bunkum BS. “The branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings. The political movement that seeks to protect the environment, especially from pollution.” None of these organisms other than man tries to define such nonsense because they are all to busy eating one another up and trying to reproduce…. I’m hungry, and I’m looking forward to my next sexual encounter.. Behavioral ecology. The branch of ecology that focuses on the evolutionary causes of variation in behavior among populations and species. Everything killing and reproducing except mankind is good.. Man bad.. Blah blah blah blah… Eugenics gone legal terms.. Behavioral ecologyDefinition. The study concerned with the ecological function of animal behavior in its evolution, survival and adaptation. Evolution is also pseudo science..  Pure 100% bull sheet.. Assumptions atop assumptions..  Most behaviors that are evolved in response to ecological pressure are social, which means that they benefit the individual through the process of creating social groups. Can’t we all just be dunces like the pantheists?

In behavioral ecology, they call a series of interacting social behaviors that develops stable social relations an evolutionarily stable strategy, or ESS, somehow sustainable should be on the end of that one... Why do intellectually intelligent hunter gatherers instinctively cull unintellectual unintelligent wild carnivores during the fall, winter and early spring? Because for thousands of years this social strategy gives them their best chance at survival in their own immediate environment because this management practice preserves a wild meat source which benefits them and their families, and benefits a controlled population of wild carnivores.. Man causes balance, not nature nor wild dumb animals. We know this as fact. Thus when we see you urban dwellers with your repressed instincts relying upon food producers for your own existence whining about equality for all living organism where there is and never has been any such thing, we chuckle. When we see you whimpering about an environment thousands of miles from your own immediate economical ecological environment, again we wonder about your obvious insanity while chuckling at your scary stupidity.

Hate us hunter gatherers? Oh well, we won’t lose any sleep over your hate.. Over protected wild carnivores in their territory do cause economic strife, which is the reason the hunter gatherer wants to cull/manage the numbers of wild carnivores which are a real legitimate threat to the hunter gatherers wild and domestic resources. Even wild carnivores practice such territorial behavior which is a great example of a behavioral trait evolved in response to economical and ecological pressure. Now say that these hunter gatherers don’t protect their territory; other predators could over populate, and history shows us they have and thus ate up all of the hunter gatherers wild and domestic food supply. So, territorial behavior exists because an economic and ecological ecosystem has a limited amount of resources. Were there unlimited wild and domestic resources in the hunter gatherers immediate environment, the territorial behavior would still exist because then travel amongst unlimited numbers of wild carnivores would be a safety issue for hunter gatherers, their wives and children, but as it is, these hunter gatherers are going to continue to defend their territory so that their wild and domestic supply is not depleted. Do wild carnivores know why they do this?, you know, manage the ecosystem? Obviously not. It’s not like they are counting their prey species population numbers and budgeting potential wild and domestic slow elk and sheep resources. This preservation of territory practiced by all hunters, including intellectually intelligent hunter gatherer is a naturally evolved instinct, an evolved and automatic behavior. Now you evolutionists have been preaching that man is just another animal..  So  I evolved to be like the organisms around me, I eat and a reproduce.. Now if you want to make the world a petting zoo and then lie down and die you go right ahead.. We hunter gatherers will just look on and chuckle… Because we also evolved to be annoyed by stupid people.


As an after thought, is seeking out a mate evolved behavior? The selection of reproductive partners for the production of offspring? Isn’t mating highly important when it comes to species survival? And shouldn’t this be a instinctive objective of every living thing? Determining the attractiveness of ones potential partner? How about those qualities that we might find attractive that indicate the best chance of our species survival? So obviously same sex relationships along with promotion of scarcity and famine by people claiming 21st century enlightenment are not evolving they are devolving..

Did I mention that I evolved to be annoyed by stupid people? Yep, pretty sure I did..

Hey now, happy hunting..

Tired Of the Misinformation Put Out By Uneducated brain washed “environmentalists.”

 There are innumerable studies of the history of the fur trade, many of them monographs on particular areas or particular traders. For a detailed bibliography see P. C. Phillips, The Fur Trade (2 vol., 1961). Other general works include H. M. Chittenden, The American Fur Trade in the Far West (1902, repr. 1954); K. Kelsey, Young Men So Daring: Fur Traders Who Carried the Frontier West (1956); M. Sandoz, The Beaver Men (1964); L. O. Saum, The Fur Trader and the Indian (1965); J. E. Sunder, The Fur Trade on the Upper Missouri 1840–1865 (1965); E.?E. Rich, The Fur Trade and the Northwest to 1857 (1967); A. MacKenzie, Exploring the Northwest Territory, (ed. by T. H. McDonald, 1967); G. Simpson, Fur Trade and Empire: George Simpson’s Journal (rev. ed. 1968).

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