May 27, 2018

What’s This? Wolves to be Removed From Protection Nationwide?

*Editor’s Note and Update* (5/21/18) The below link to the Appropriation Committee’s Draft Bill does not work at this time. I was able to track down a copy of that Draft at this link. Once reaching the PDF of the Draft Bill, scroll down to “Gray Wolves Range-Wide” 

Appropriations Committee Releases the Draft Fiscal Year 2019 Interior and Environment Bill

GRAY WOLVES RANGE-WIDE – SEC. 117

(a) Not later than the end of fiscal year 2019, and except as provided in subsection (b), the Secretary of the Interior shall issue a rule to remove the gray wolf (Canis lupus) in each of the 48 contiguous States of the United States and the District of Columbia from the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife in section 17.11 of title 50, Code of Federal Regulations, without regard to any other provision of statute or regulation that applies to issuance of such rule.

(b) Such issuance (including this shall not be subject to judicial review; and shall not affect the inclusion of the subspecies classified as the Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) of the species gray wolf (Canis lupus) in such list.

 

Draft bill:

https://docs.house.gov/meetings/AP/AP06/20180515/108314/BILLS-115HR-SC-AP-FY2019-Interior-SubcommitteeDraft.pdf

 

Press release:

https://appropriations.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=395297

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Environmentalists Whine Over Fake “Red Wolf”

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is doing little to save the endangered red wolf according to an article published in the News Observer. Environmentalists are whining (and perhaps flogging themselves) because the claim is that red wolves cannot sustain their population without man’s help. But…but…but…I thought “Mother Nature” balances itself and would surely have accomplished this task by now.

But what’s not being written about in this article is that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was caught violating several rules of the Endangered Species Act, specifically introducing a fake hybrid species of dog claiming it was a species/subspecies of wild wolf endemic to the Southeast United States. In addition, it was a violation of the ESA and agreements laid out prior to the introduction that these fake red wolves would not be introduced or allowed on private land. They did it anyway.

Environmentalists are accusing the USFWS of not doing their jobs and yet they actually are doing what the laws demand that they do, except they are not actively going about to destroy the invasive creature of man’s creation. Their hands are tied and that is a good thing. The sooner the region can cleanse itself of this hybrid, mongoloid wild dog the better off everything will be.

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Wolves Impacting Humans

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Wolf Perverts Don’t Understand the Ranching Culture?

Here’s another pro-wolf, anti-wolf story. Nothing in this report is new information. It’s the same old, same old story. For the wolf pervert, there are never enough and will never be enough wolves to satisfy their mentally deranged, animal sick minds. For the rancher, they struggle to understand why they can’t be left alone to run their businesses, to make a living, and to provide a valuable product.

But, there is one statement in this report I would like to draw your attention to. It states: “Howling for Wolves members don’t understand the ranching culture or how hard ranchers work, adding the advocacy group is suggesting ranchers put cattle into feedlots all year long and allow wolves to “have the land” a rancher pays taxes on.”

This is partly an inaccurate statement. Wolf degenerates understand everything. They just don’t give a rat’s behind for anyone but themselves. They hate people, unless they are mentally deranged kinsmen, and want only what they want regardless of the cost to anyone else….all restated at the local diner as they gorge their fat guts on another Big Mac.

The accurate part of the statement is that these deviants of normal behavior (whatever that is these days) emphatically want and expect that the land is shut down and given over to wolves…or whatever the animal is these twisted people are in love with today.

I’ve often repeated myself in saying we live in a completely insane world. The danger of that existence is that insane people can’t recognize their own insanity and see sane people, what few are left, as the insane ones.

Just call me insane!

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“Eastern Wildway” – Environmentalist’s Fantasy, Nightmare For Everyone Else

When you examine the list of environmentalist groups that support the idea of an “Eastern Wildway Network,” it immediately can be seen as nothing more than a totalitarian nightmare or over-regulation, land seizures, and access denials. Along with such a plan would come the complete destruction of the North American Model of Wildlife Management and the promotion of the introduction of large predators being forced into man-settled landscapes.

If you don’t see all this as part of the NEPA plan and Agenda 2100, then you have a lot to learn. It’s time you started before you wake up some day…..dead!

Backers of ‘Eastern Wildway’ Plan to Present Idea in Maine

A Maine environmental group is hosting a presentation about the concept of an “Eastern Wildway” to help wildlife travel across North America.<<<Read More>>>

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Shooting Back?

Probably below is the same woman…or at least cut from the same cloth.

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Amending the Endangered Species Act of 1973 with Amendments

There has always been talk of amending the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (with amendments)(ESA). But nothing ever happens. Perhaps the closest to at least getting something changed within the ESA came in the early 2000s when a handful of political candidates thought they could promote their political ambitions by supporting the amending of the ESA. Bringing some senior politicians into the mix showed hopeful signs that something was about to break in this regard until a group of back-stabbing Democrat sportsmen, driven by political and personal gain, bankrolled the Senate reelection of Dirty Harry Reid from Nevada. Part of the midnight madness of political wrangling involved a destruction of efforts to amend the ESA.

And so it goes. It took a few years but eventually, I learned just how crooked and rigged the political system is. Efforts to work within a rigged system to fix a rigged system are akin to fighting a fire with a bucket that has no bottom. Some learn, most don’t.

However, not to disappoint some of my readers, I have taken the time to thoughtfully produce a proposal to amend the ESA. Below is that proposal. I just need someone to find a sponsor.

A Bill to Amend the Endangered Species Act of 1973

Senator: Any corrupt bastard will do

Representative: Any corrupt bastard will do

The Endangered Species Act of 1973 (further referred to as the Act) is outdated and ineffective. Originally the Act was established as a tool and guideline to establish worthwhile information to assist in the prevention of allowing plant and animal species to go extinct unnecessarily while at the same time not to be contrary to the will of the people or to place an individual, or group of individuals, including private landowners, in any kind of unreasonable and difficult position. This simple purpose has become corrupt while at the same time has never proven itself as being at effective.

Therefore:

BE IT ENACTED, by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States of America (a corporation established by We the People, not we the people) in Congress Assembled, that:

The Endangered Species Act of 1973 with amendments is hereby declared repealed. In addition, there shall be no attempt by the Senate and/or the House of Representatives, to reestablish this law or any law related to the establishment of governmental control over so-called endangered species.

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USFWS To Begin Work to Remove Canada Lynx from Federal Protection Under ESA

The following link and its landing page will provide the reader with ample links to all the work that is about to begin and what has already been done to remove the Canada lynx from Federal protection under the Endangered Species Act. Please follow this link and scroll down to find other links to recent actions and status assessment.

On January 11, 2018, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced the completion of a scientific review of the Canada lynx in the contiguous United States. The review concludes that the Canada lynx may no longer warrant protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and should be considered for delisting due to recovery. This recommendation is the result of an extensive review of the best available scientific information and almost 20 years of working in partnership with state, federal, tribal, industry and other land managers on the conservation of this species. As a result of this status review, the Service will begin development of a proposed rule to delist the species.

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Myths of the “Eastern Puma” Shall Deceive, Even The Elect

Once again it appears many are acting as though “we’re all gonna die,” due to actions by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). The USFWS announced just the other day that a Final Rule had been published that would officially declare the “Eastern Puma” extinct. This action shouldn’t have come as any surprise as it has been in the works for years with the USFWS, by law, providing every opportunity for anyone to get involved in the process and offer comments, opinions, and yes, even an occasional scientific report about the effort.

I was reading from an Online newspaper out of Connecticut about “The Story, The Myth, That Never Dies.” This is, of course, about the ongoing belief that the Eastern Cougar is alive and well. Perpetuated by these illusions are the notions that people see them everywhere; they have proof. American people, with their bred-into-them perversions about animals, want to believe, at all costs, void of even sanity, that wild animals, such as the Eastern mountain lion, are living in their backyards. Maybe it’s a desire, an uncontrolled want to have a spiritual connection with something. Why do people act this way?

When I was a young boy growing up and forced to attend Church and Sunday School several times a week, I heard spoken many things about the Bible. Even at the age of 10, I would ask myself, in a way that only a 10-year-old could ask, “Why would anybody be so stupid to do something like that?”

Here’s an example of what I mean. Often I was subjected to the book of Matthew, Chapter 24, specifically verses 24 – 26. Here it is written where Yeshuah is telling his disciples of things that will happen in the Latter Days. He tells them that there will be false Christs and false prophets, some that will “show great signs and wonders.” He also says that people will tell you to go here and go there for at these places you will find those who do “great signs and wonders,” and that they will “deceive even the elect.” “Don’t go,” He tells them. Don’t be deceived.

And yes, at 10 I asked how could anybody be so stupid. I asked myself those same questions about many prophecies in the Bible. 56 years later, I understand. With an understanding of the animal perversion of Americans, and I suppose most Westerners in general, these people want so badly to believe that when someone tells them there are wild animals in the woods that do amazing things, they blindly and willingly follow. They may never actually see these creatures but they will believe and never give it up.

If Yeshuah told us even the elect will be deceived about false prophets and false messiahs, surely many will be deceived about wild animals and pets, that do amazing things. If the love and care people show their pets and wild animals could be exchanged for love and care of the fellow man, wouldn’t the world we live in be different? Imagine if they put the same effort into getting people to know and understand the real Creator.

With all this in mind, reading the article about the ongoing myths about mountain lions and their existence gives us new meaning.

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Eastern Cougar Officially Declared Extinct

Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Removing the Eastern Puma (=Cougar) From the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

AGENCY: Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior.

ACTION: Final rule.

SUMMARY: We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), determine the eastern puma (=cougar) (Puma (=Felis) concolor couguar) to be extinct, based on the best available scientific and commercial information. This information shows no evidence of the existence of either an extant reproducing population or any individuals of the eastern puma subspecies; it also is highly unlikely that an eastern puma population could remain undetected since the last confirmed sighting in 1938. Therefore, under the authority of the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (Act), as amended, we remove this subspecies from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife.<<<Read More>>>

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