January 22, 2019

Chernobyl Wolves Might Grow Women-Like Breasts and Large Penises

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This kind of reporting should be banned. In an attempt to mislead and embellish nonsensical, scientismic, propaganda, The Sun has published a story about how wolves “infected” with radiation from the radiation “accident” (wink-wink) at Chernobyl, might spread “mutant genes” to wolves in the surrounding regions: “The news has sparked concerns among some in the scientific community that the animals may mate and spread mutant genes to other packs… It now seems that the lack of human interference at the disaster site has allowed the wolves to thrive in the 1,000 sq mile exclusion zone.”

So, get this from these mental midgets. The piece states that: “They [the wolves] began to take over the eerie site in 2016 and the pack’s population is now thought to be seven-times larger than usual.”

The “nuclear accident” occurred in 1986. Thirty years later – let me restate that – thirty years later, when people cleared out and left the entire “exclusion zone” vacant, wolves began to move in. Researchers don’t even know if any of the wolves in question have any radiation poisoning and certainly not any “mutant genes” caused by radiation.

As a matter of fact, one scientist said, “We have no evidence to support that this is happening. No wolves there were glowing – they all have four legs, two eyes and one tail.”

These clowns could have just as easily copied my headline at the top. It would have just as much meaning.

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