April 25, 2018

World Animal Perversion Out of Control

I often speak of how perverse our society has become when it comes to animals. This is mostly in reference to extreme overprotection, along with how people live with, react, and interact with pets, combined with a severe lack of knowledge about the realities of animals and in particular wild animals.

What is seldom mentioned is the fact that many of these same animal perverts are prejudiced toward some species, while preferring others. This is often displayed in the willingness to see one species killed in order to protect their favorite one. In addition, some species of animal, because it is deemed dirty, scary, etc. is completely worthless in their tiny minds and these perverts find no fault with complete extermination of those species – rats and snakes come to mind.

There’s also another kind of animal perversion. Personally, I find zoos as a breeding ground for animal perversion of just about every kind. I kind of liken it to catch and release fishing. To be honest, one should admit that there is something perverse about wanting to go to the water and bait a fish to be hooked, played with, handled, take a picture of, and then release it so the fisherman can do it again, all in the name of conservation.

While it is somewhat understandable that zoos collect and rehabilitate injured or orphaned animals, they are then put on display for people to come and view completely out of their natural environment. Most viewers have no real interest in that animal or its welfare, and only want to be entertained as has become the selfish demands of our perverse society.

As cruel or perhaps unfair as some of you might find what I am writing, let me tell you about how people visiting a zoo in China, wanting to see a kangaroo hop, began throwing bricks at the animal. They persisted until they had successfully killed the kangaroo.

But that wasn’t the end of it for these zoo goers. They tried the same trick a few weeks later, not killing the kangaroo but seriously injuring it. The report says that visitors to this zoo regularly do such things to the animals in order to get them to perform for them.

One has to wonder how many of these selfish, brain-dead, perverts demand protection of their favorite wild animal? What will wolf lovers do in order to be able to hear a wolf howl, etc?

Man has lost all perspective as to the role of animals in this world. That role has been twisted and turned into something quite bizarre.

Stop the bus and let me off.

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The Aluminum Foil Suitors Deception has Been Foiled

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Wind Energy Blows! It’s a Racket Paid For By You and I

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Zinke Signs Secretarial Orders to Increase Recreational Opportunities on Public Lands and Waters

Press Release from the Department of Interior:

*Editor’s Note* – Please note the actual intent of the Secretary’s orders. Nothing he is establishing creates any new or expanded recreational opportunities on Public Lands. He is merely designating certain Interior personnel to come up with some suggestions.

WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke today signed two secretarial orders continuing his efforts to prioritize the Department of Interior’s recreation mission and increase access to public lands.

Secretarial Order 3366 directs certain Interior bureaus to create and deliver plans to the Department within 90 days that focus on developing or expanding recreational opportunities on public lands and waterways. This order also directs bureau heads to designate one full-time employee charged to oversee recreational opportunities.

“From my first day on the job, I have made it abundantly clear that we are going to refocus on Interior’s long-standing but recently forgotten recreation mission,” said Secretary Zinke. “We are incredibly fortunate, as Americans, to have amazing public lands and waters to carry out our tradition of outdoor recreation but the Department must continue to create opportunities to increase access for these pursuits.”

“We are delighted by the Secretary’s actions to put in place what he has pledged: a system that will elevate the priority of outdoor recreation on public lands and waters managed by the Department of Interior,” said Thom Dammrich, the President of the National Marine Manufacturers Association. “The Secretary’s action recognizes the importance of outdoor recreation for our economy, particularly rural economies, and for the physical and mental health of all Americans. His actions today will help grow outdoor recreation and ensure that fun in the outdoors remains central to the American lifestyle. The Outdoor Recreation Roundtable pledges our support to the Secretary in his efforts to elevate the Department’s commitment to outdoor recreation.”

“Outdoor recreation is an economic engine that produces 2% of the U.S. GDP and is growing at a faster rate than the U.S. economy as a whole,” said Frank Hugelmeyer, the President of the RV Industry Association. “With the right public policies, outdoor recreation will continue to be an American economic engine for years to come. Which is why the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable and its member associations applaud today’s announcements by Secretary Zinke as a common sense plan to elevate the importance of outdoor recreation on public lands and waters throughout the Department of the Interior. This is an important step towards improving the visitor experience on public lands and waters across the country.”

“The recreation industry looks forward to cooperating with the department to offer visitors to parks, refuges and other special places great experiences,” said Derrick Crandall, President of the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable. “The result of better and modernized visitor infrastructure which will contribute to a renaissance of rural communities and a renewed commitment by all Americans to the strong conservation ethic our nation has shared with the world. We thank Secretary Zinke for putting a new emphasis on welcoming enjoyment of our public lands and waters and embracing new skills and new ideas to make visits compatible with protecting our natural and historic resources.”

The bureaus are also asked to provide recommendations for improving and streamlining relevant permitting requirements for guides and outfitters and facilitated outdoor recreation providers and to improve contracting processes for recreation-specific concessioners.

“Whether your favorite activity is kayaking on a river, riding an ATV on sand dunes, jogging on a trail or hunting on a refuge—recreating on public lands and waters is good for the mind, body and soul,” said Secretary Zinke. “And it is also incredibly vital to local economies who rely on recreation spending to help create jobs.”

Secretarial Order 3365 establishes the position of Senior National Advisor to the Secretary for Recreation to ensure deliberate and active coordination of recreational policy in the U.S. Department of the Interior. The position will be filled by Rick May, who currently serves as a Senior Advisor to the Secretary.

May, who joined Interior in November 2017, is a retired U.S. Navy SEAL Captain and decorated veteran who served in the Iraq War. Since his departure from active duty in 2010, he has worked with wounded Veterans in various types of recreational activities, helping them to reintegrate back into mainstream America. May is a graduate of Sonoma State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and he also holds a Master of Arts in Human Resource Management.

“Rick is the absolute best person for this job,” said Secretary Zinke. “The work he has done in helping disabled veterans connect with the outdoors through recreation opportunities speaks for itself. As a former SEAL, he has the leadership needed to help the Department chart its course in making recreation a priority again.”

“First, I’m truly honored and grateful for the confidence that Secretary Zinke has placed in me to hold this position,” said Rick May. “The power of recreation can not be overstated, and its ties to overall health and well-being are undeniable. It is my mission to get more Americans out to enjoy our great public lands, and I look forward to increasing access and opportunity for each and every one of them.”

The Secretarial Orders come on the heels of Secretary Zinke selecting members of the newly created “Made In America” Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee. A primary charge to the committee is to advise the Secretary on public-private partnerships across all public lands, with the goal of expanding access to and improving the infrastructure on public lands and waters.

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Bump Stock Manufacturer Is Shutting Down Production

Slide Fire Solutions, the company that invented and manufactures bump stocks, announced Tuesday it is shutting down production.

A notice on its website reads, “On Sunday, May 20, 2018 at midnight CST, Slide Fire will cease taking orders for its products and shut down its website.”

Bump stocks are modification devices used to accelerate a gun’s shooting rate so it fires like an automatic weapon — almost as fast as machine guns, which are largely outlawed.<<<Read More>>>

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This Infographic Shows How 14 Million Hunters Help Fuel the U.S. Economy

This hunting infographic gives you a visual idea of how much sportsmen and women spend each year. Hunting definitely funds conservation and helps the economy.

Sure, most of us already know that hunters are the primary funding source for conservation. But it’s interesting to see how it breaks down by demographic, game animal, and dollar amounts.<<<Read More>>>

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Boot Camp For Military Conquest Started In Public Indoctrination Centers

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Thirty Years Of The James Hansen Clown Show

A reader sent me the link to this website, The Deplorable Climate Science Blog. This article about the antics of NASA’s James Hansen, “Father of Climate Change Awareness” proved to be a collection of real information that shows the “Clown Show.” As a matter of fact, the entire website looks to be worthy of a bookmark and a resource of some pretty good information.

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Wolves Impacting Humans

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Or Maybe We Are All Gonna Die: Possible Grizzly Bear Hunts on the Horizon

Panic is setting in with the environmentalists and animal rights perverts as they learn of two public hearings scheduled to receive input about possibly having limited grizzly bear hunts. Disaster and a slaughter of the grizzly’s population in Idaho will happen, according to bear lovers, because it plans on allowing ONE male bear to be killed…ONE!

“The formula for the number of bears that can be hunted in each state involves a region surrounding Yellowstone National Park called the Demographic Monitoring Area. The number of bears for each state is based on how much land area is in the monitoring area. The number of bears allowed to be hunted in total is based on mortality studies. The result is that this year, Idaho can hunt one male bear and Montana six male bears. Wyoming can hunt 10 male bears and two female bears.”<<<Read More>>>

Officials say they will “educate” hunters on how to identify a male grizzly from a female grizzly. Isn’t it risky to get close enough to a grizzly bear to be able to tell which genitalia they may be sporting? Perhaps if you wait and watch long enough you can watch one of them urinating in order to tell the difference.

But seriously, how difficult is it to identify male and female outside of the obvious? I’ve never hunted them. For that matter, I don’t recall that I’ve ever encountered a grizzly up close and personal. But, I think I could tell a fully mature adult male grizzly from a female. Like with today’s young ‘uns it’s difficult to tell the difference in sexes in immature bears.

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