September 16, 2019

Some Environmentalists Say…

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I was recently accused, if that’s the word, of “broad-brush stroking” when making a comment about how “Environmentalists” want to control every aspect of our lives through senseless (no, seriously) regulation to a point now that it has become serious over-regulation.

So, fearing that someone who identifies as an “Environmentalist” might accuse me of lumping all environmentalists into the same cauldron of stewing rotten meat, let me say that SOME environmentalists (and yes, probably SOME on the RIGHT and SOME on the LEFT and SOME in the MIDDLE) have a very peculiar form of circular thinking (actually it is lack of thinking otherwise they wouldn’t be so stupid to be making certain statements and accusations) especially when it comes to how hunting causes so many “bad” things to happen.

I have been known to state that those who perpetuate the myth of Global Warming, that is, in the sense in which they attempt to sell it, have a very similar form of circular reasoning as SOME do when it comes to the effects of hunting.

We know, because we listen (for some unknown reason) to those who blame Global Warming on everything…yes, EVERYTHING, that Global Warming causes both hot and cold…sometimes at the same time. Global Warming is the cause of anything any believer would like to blame it on. Hunting isn’t all that much different from the perspective of a circular thinking environmentalist and/or an animal rights advocate.

Many dinosaurs have gone extinct because Cave Men hunted them to extinction. In the more modern era, buffalo went extinct because man hunted them. Caribou are going extinct because man hunted them. Elk had to be reintroduced because man hunted them to near extinction. Mountain lions, we are told, have gone extinct in many portions of the U.S. because man hunted them. Gray wolves, red wolves, Mexican wolves, wolf wolves all went extinct because man hunted them. Pick a species…any species and some Environmentalist will tell you it went extinct because man hunted them (whether they did or not).

However, to SOME environmentalists, hunting also causes certain populations of animal species to “compensate” for losses caused by hunting. So which is it? If hunting causes species to go extinct, how can hunting also cause species to grow to numbers too big? Like Global Warming causes hot and cold, floods and droughts, wealth and poverty, hunting evidently will cause both extinction and compensatory replenishment.

How convenient!!!

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