September 24, 2019

SAM Director Needs “Blue Papering”

The executive director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine needs to have the new law he created, fostered, and now fully supports (LD 1811) put into action against him. He is mentally suspect and is a threat to tens of thousands of Maine residents who, because oh his new law, can quickly have their rights dashed from their hands, leaving many and their families unprotected from real criminals, all in the name of guessing that somebody might do something wrong based upon the biased, and often unprofessional perspectives of cops and quasi medical people. From my perspective, the director should have all his “weapons” temporarily confiscated until such time as a court can rush to judgement over what to do with him and his guns.

Part of the mental disorder afflicting the director is that he believes that “justice” can be served when someone decides another person MIGHT do something wrong based on a person’s perspective of whether or not another person matches their idealistic, “normal” behavior pattern and has the targeted individual put into “protective custody,” weapons confiscated, and put on ice for 14 days waiting for a judge to decide what to do. Think about how things are in this fascist/totalitarian insane asylum called the United States of America. What judge in his right mind (if there are any) is going to release any accused mental patient and restore him/her their “weapons?”

Director Trahan can paint as rosy a picture as he would like but it doesn’t remove the stark reality that his law, while I want to say is “unconstitutional,” blatantly goes against what has been practiced for many years in this country where a person is allowed presumption of innocence and is not taken into custody AND had their personal property confiscated because somebody has power to attempt to predict what a person might or might not do.

I’m going to go out on a small limb here and guess that at some point in David Trahan’s political past and as the current E.D. of SAM, has at one time or other stated that gun control laws only effect innocent, law-abiding citizens – that criminals will get guns no matter whether they are banned or not…etc. And yet, here he is creating and promoting laws designed to forecast a person’s actions, a clear violation of an infringement upon a lawful citizen.

It has been historically stated that as long as any government, and/or those who participate in government, can keep the masses living in fear, they can control them with any laws designed to strip them of any granted or presumed rights of freedom.

It was Thomas Jefferson who said, “When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.”

What is most tragic is when, due to ignorance and fear of reprisals, heads of sportsmen groups abandon their own rights for a bit of trumped up false security. Governments by themselves can create enough destruction of a person’s rights, we certainly should not have people like David Trahan gunning for (Excuse the expression. You might find it offensive.) laws that not only destroys our Second Amendment freedoms to keep and bear arms but also places in the hands of fascists and totalitarians the power to decide what another law-abiding American might or might not do because they might not fit the mold of what is perceived as sanity in a world gone insane.

Now that’s insanity.

I’ve said it before and I’ll repeat it here – Trahan should step down as his interests are not in line with Maine’s outdoor sportsmen. He has become a serious liability to all gun owners across America and those who believe in the unquestioned right to keep and bear arms.

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Trump Administration Improves the Implementing Regulations of the Endangered Species Act

Species recovery the ultimate goal

August 12, 2019

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Washington – In its more than 45-year history, the Endangered Species Act (ESA) has catalyzed countless conservation partnerships that have helped recover some of America’s most treasured animals and plants from the bald eagle to the American alligator. Today, U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt unveiled improvements to the implementing regulations of the ESA designed to increase transparency and effectiveness and bring the administration of the Act into the 21st century.

“The best way to uphold the Endangered Species Act is to do everything we can to ensure it remains effective in achieving its ultimate goal—recovery of our rarest species. The Act’s effectiveness rests on clear, consistent and efficient implementation,” said Secretary Bernhardt. “An effectively administered Act ensures more resources can go where they will do the most good: on-the-ground conservation.”

“The revisions finalized with this rulemaking fit squarely within the President’s mandate of easing the regulatory burden on the American public, without sacrificing our species’ protection and recovery goals,” said U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross. “These changes were subject to a robust, transparent public process, during which we received significant public input that helped us finalize these rules.”

The changes finalized today by Interior’s U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Commerce’s National Marine Fisheries Service apply to ESA sections 4 and 7. Section 4, among other things, deals with adding species to or removing species from the Act’s protections and designating critical habitat; section 7 covers consultations with other federal agencies.

The ESA directs that determinations to add or remove a species from the lists of threatened or endangered species be based solely on the best available scientific and commercial information, and these will remain the only criteria on which listing determinations will be based. The regulations retain language stating, “The Secretary shall make a [listing] determination solely on the basis of the best scientific and commercial information regarding a species’ status.”

The revisions to the regulations clarify that the standards for delisting and reclassification of a species consider the same five statutory factors as the listing of a species in the first place. This requirement ensures that all species proposed for delisting or reclassification receive the same careful analysis to determine whether or not they meet the statutory definitions of a threatened or endangered species as is done for determining whether to add a species to the list.

While this administration recognizes the value of critical habitat as a conservation tool, in some cases, designation of critical habitat is not prudent. Revisions to the regulations identify a non-exhaustive list of such circumstances, but this will continue to be rare exceptions.

When designating critical habitat, the regulations reinstate the requirement that areas where threatened or endangered species are present at the time of listing be evaluated first before unoccupied areas are considered. This reduces the potential for additional regulatory burden that results from a designation when species are not present in an area. In addition, the regulations impose a heightened standard for unoccupied areas to be designated as critical habitat. On top of the existing standard that the designated unoccupied habitat is essential to the conservation of the species, it must also, at the time of designation, contain one or more of the physical or biological features essential to the species’ conservation.

To ensure federal government actions are not likely to jeopardize the continued existence of listed species or destroy or adversely modify their critical habitat, federal agencies must consult with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service under section 7 of the Act. The revisions to the implementing regulations clarify the interagency consultation process and make it more efficient and consistent.

The revisions codify alternative consultation mechanisms that may provide greater efficiency for how ESA consultations are conducted. They also establish a deadline for informal consultations to provide greater certainty for federal agencies and applicants of timely decisions, without compromising conservation of ESA-listed species.

Revisions to the definitions of “destruction or adverse modification,” “effects of the action” and “environmental baseline” further improve the consultation process by providing clarity and consistency.

In addition to the final joint regulations, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service finalized a separate revision rescinding its “blanket rule” under section 4(d) of the ESA. The rule had automatically given threatened species the same protections as endangered species unless otherwise specified.

The National Marine Fisheries Service has never employed such a blanket rule, so the new regulations bring the two agencies into alignment. The change impacts only future threatened species’ listings or reclassifications from endangered to threatened status and does not apply to species already listed as threatened. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will craft species-specific 4(d) rules for each future threatened species determination as deemed necessary and advisable for the conservation of the species, as has been common practice for many species listed as threatened in recent years.

From comments received during the public comment period in making these regulatory changes, concerns were raised regarding the lack of transparency in making listing decisions and the economic impact associated with determinations. Public transparency is critical in all government decision making, and the preamble to the regulation clarifies that the ESA does not prohibit agencies from collecting data that determine this cost and making that information available, as long as doing so does not influence the listing determination.

The final regulations submitted to the Federal Register can be found here: https://www.fws.gov/endangered/improving_ESA/regulation-revisions.html

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Think The Economy Is Great? You Better Think Again

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Biggest Joke of the Century!! Epstein Hung Himself!

If you believe anything you have heard or read about the Satanic Jeffrey Epstein, the coconspirator in the biggest little girlie sex ring, starring Bill Clinton and others, headed by the Queen Mum herself, then send me $500 cash and I’ll sell you a bridge in Brooklyn – no deed included dummy.

The biggest joke of the century!! First, that he was jailed. Second, that he was harassed. Third, now he has hung himself. I hope Epstein enjoys the rest of his guarded life here on Satan’s earth, along with Satan and all his evil host of perverts, thugs, criminals, and politicians, because after the judgement that fire will burn for eternity.

It must be that the false “investigators” were getting too close to connections between the Mum’s girlie molestation organization and places like Sandy Hook and so SOMETHING had to orchestrated in order to divert attention and hopefully put an end to this exposure.

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Coyote Behavior: When All You Know is Farley Mowat’s Book of Mythology

Yesterday I was reading an article of utter nonsense published in a small Maine town newspaper about coyote behavior. Of course the article was all about the love of the nasty, diseased animal and the call for its protection “because it is an important necessity for a healthy ecosystem.” Unfortunately the writer appears to have gotten 100% of their education from the proven and admitted make believe of Farley Mowat’s Never Cry Wolf.

Mowat laced his book of fiction with make believe nonsense about how wolves and coyotes only eat mice and other small rodents. The author of the Maine piece tells the same fairy tale about Maine’s coyotes: “To clarify, coyotes primarily feed on mice and other rodents…” The myth if further perpetuated by stating: “While coyotes do occasionally eat fawns and sick deer…”

Coyotes are basically garbage collectors that will eat anything…and by that I mean anything. When hungry enough, they will eat mud in order to stop the hunger in their guts. But this author obviously doesn’t get around much. Coyotes in Maine are a mixed hybrid animal, a cross breeding of an invasive coyote, wolf, and domestic dog. Because of this, the wild canine in the Maine woods is not like a typical coyote. Maine’s coyotes feed on deer, yes, adult deer too, in regular fashion. To state that coyotes feed primarily on mice and other small rodents is patently false.

The purpose of the author making this statement is to claim that because coyotes eat mice, we need to protect them because mice are what carry the ticks that cause and spread Lyme disease.

There’s a problem with that scenario. If anyone does any honest and complete research on the behavior of coyotes and the results of their behavior, they would know that the meal of the Maine coyote hybrid includes such animals as foxes and other canines and felines that truly do feed on the mice that perpetuate Lyme. The more coyotes, the fewer foxes and thus, because honestly coyotes don’t primarily feed on mice and small rodents, having more coyotes results in fewer animals that do kill the mice and thus the possibility exists that the prevalence of Lyme grows.

It should also be noted that while some choose to believe that the coyote makes for a healthier ecosystem, the reality is far from healthy. It has been proven that coyotes carry as many as 50 different diseases and viruses. Maine also has detected the presence of “lung worm” in moose. Lung worm, in this case Echinococcus granulosus (E.g.) is the result of the presence of wild canines. E.g. can be contracted by humans and can be deadly. Wild ungulates, such as deer and moose, pick up the disease by grazing around coyote scat where the tiny infectious spores are found. These spores are highly viable and thus the increase in the spread of the disease. In short, the more coyotes roaming the countryside, the higher the threat of disease. E.g. is not a direct killer of deer and moose (livestock also) but restricts their ability to escape large predators because of cysts that can grow on lungs and other internal organs.

The author points an accusatory finger at the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) for lying about its “responsible and science-based stewardship” when it comes to the management and control of coyotes. I find is amazing that simply because a person does not agree with the “responsible and science-based stewardship” of the MDIFW (in other words the department may not be all in with complete animal protection and natural wildlife management), they are labeled irresponsible and that their practices aren’t science-based. In fact, regardless of the fact that MDIFW spends far too much time trying to appease the social demands of lunatics who think coyotes will stop Lyme disease, the department’s efforts in selective coyote control and the allowing of coyote hunting derbies, while perhaps not a favorite tool for this necessary control, it is something that must be done in order to be “responsible and science-based” in the care and management of other wildlife species.

No matter how much anyone wants to read and believe Farley Mowat’s nonsense, it doesn’t change reality. Nature does not regulate itself in the Nirvanic way the uninformed want to believe. The author states that if we would leave the coyote along it would regulate itself. Obviously, the author has never seen the predator pits of death, destruction, and scarcity that predator protection causes.

If we want to enjoy the wildlife and its abundance, real responsible and science-based management and control is necessary.

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NRA, Immigration, and Political Campaigns

It was actually Winston Churchill who first said, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” History proves the man took advantage of every crisis and/or took part in the creation of such crises. It was later, during the Obama Administration, that President Obama’s Chief of Staff, Rahm Emmanuel, unoriginally stated, “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that [is] it’s an opportunity to do things that you think you could not before.”

Hegel’s Dialectics is a method of controlling and manipulating the masses by essentially fabricating a “crisis” in order that it can be taken advantage of, i.e “to do things that you think you could not before.” The Dialectic is in three parts – fabricate a crisis, embellish that crisis, offer a solution to the crisis, i.e. “never let a good crisis go to waste.” The solution is what was desired in the first place.

What most people are in denial about is that the U.S. Government, a most corrupt corporate organization, MUST control all aspects of our lives in order that it can exist. Along with all aspects of our lives, government wants to disarm the citizenry. Presidents come and presidents go and with them live and die their lies and false promises. Trump is an example of the typical lying, cheating, stealing politician, while at the same time doing as the controller of his puppet strings tells him to.

Before Trump became president, he strongly supported, then president, Bill Clinton’s assault weapons ban. But running for office he presented himself as a supporter of gun rights, among other things, and lied and made false promises all the way to the White House.

The most egregious act, the real barometer of what kind of idiot Trump is, came when he declared that we should simply go take people’s property from them for no apparent reason other than fear, and worry about due process later. His words fell on the selective hearing loss ears of the blind followers of this man’s lies and promises. We will never learn.

The only way any government, even those strongly supported by non-governmental organizations, can take away and destroy the rights of people, including those rights which originally were considered unalienable, is to do it incrementally and systematically. An all out assault and immediate taking away of the right to keep and bear arms would create a crisis so large even the “expert” purveyors of Hegel’s Dialectic could not manage the outcome. Thus it must be done slowly and methodically. This is what we see going on right in front of our noses.

At present we see the fallout from fabricated crises, all happening at the same time. There is the made up immigration problem, the orchestrated mass shootings, the embellished issues with the NRA, and a federal election just one year away. What a better opportunity to play false crises one against another to accomplish the third part of the Dialectic.

Nothing is ever coincidental. It is not simply a coincidence that with a new party take over of the House of Representatives, the takeover consisting of those most vocal about taking away Second Amendment privileges, that with the loud calls for “gun control” we see more events of mass shootings.

(Note: There are increasing inherent dangers in numerous uses of the Hegelian Dialectic. For the “never let a good crisis go to waste” to be effective, each successive crisis must be bigger and scarier to have the desired effect on the masses of circus goers.)

Of course the mass shootings have to be connected to immigration – a “twofor” if you will, playing one against the other. At the same time, with the NRA in “crisis,” real or imagined, the opportunity is in prime time to win more of the Bread and Circus goers over to increased gun control.

Real or imagined, the NRA is perceived by far too many people, as being the most powerful supporter of gun rights – is the cup half full or half empty. Because the Dialectic has been in play for so long, the slow and distinct gnawing away of gun rights occurs with each passing false flag “crisis.” The real function of the NRA is to control the bleeding, never to stop the action that causes the wound. The NRA, therefore, is part of the controlled opposition and never the opposition.

With the passing of time, a fabricated crisis weakens and is soon forgotten…that is if left alone. The Washington Post is running a headline claiming a mass shooting every 47 days. For mass shootings to continue to be an effective means of perpetuating the crisis in search of a result, look for that number to continue to drop and become more frequent and with each orchestrated event becoming more horrific.

Death, blood, and guts grabs the attention of the masses. Once you have their attention then talk can be implemented as part of the embellishment of the false crisis. This embellishment works perfectly with stirring up the calls for “there ought to be a law.” Congress is happy to oblige…after all, isn’t that the reason for the crisis?

With a country rapidly giving away its freedoms, all in the name of security, what remains is a suppressed existence even more needy of government than before the fabricated crisis – a position government wants us to be in.

Whether the NRA is being systematically destroyed in order to deliver the needed support to the complete repeal of the Second Amendment, or is purposefully being brought to a weakened state in order to increase the chances of implementing more gun control, remains to be seen.

Regardless, Hegel’s Dialectic is a powerful and useful to government tool that allows government to increase their control over a free country. Once the freedoms are gone, there is little left for the masses except those occasional nights out at the “circuses” and the bread crumbs for sustenance.

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Trump Just Another Illusion

Trump ia as in’trompe’ – ‘trompe d’oeil’ ie deceive the eye. If you look up etymonline dot com, you’ll find that ‘trump’ can be either a noun or a verb. As a verb, it has 2 meanings. The 1st meaning is to surpass or to beat. The 2nd meaning (which is less well known) is: “fabricate, devise,” 1690s, from trump “deceive, cheat” (1510s), from Middle English trumpen (late 14c.), from Old French tromper “to deceive,” of uncertain origin. Apparently from se tromper de “to mock,” from Old French tromper “to blow a trumpet.” Brachet explains this as “to play the horn, alluding to quacks and mountebanks, who attracted the public by blowing a horn, and then cheated them into buying”…

The Voter, the Patriotard sovereign we are the people mental midgets will never put Humpty Dumpty back together again. By Humpty Dumpty, I mean, ‘minimalist we the citizens owned it first government’. It is a daydream, a fantasy that has never existed but in the collective imagination of citizens that apparently will never comprehend Political Charters… Capitonyms in a legal document pointing out the Signatories as the We the People and the legal aspect of Posterity referring to a specific bloodline..

Humpty Trumpty will make nothing great again..

Here we have Cardinal Timothy Dolan sitting between Romes two leading political puppets;

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The $136,666 Deer Vasectomies of Staten Island

To refresh the minds of readers, please recall the story about how Cornell University implemented a program on Staten Island, New York, to give vasectomies to as many male deer as possible in order to reduce the deer population on Staten Island.

Now three years into the program, we discover that of the estimated 2,000 deer on the island, the population has been reduced by approximately 300 deer. At a cost of about $4.1 million, the cost per deer reduction runs about $134,000 each.

Brilliant!!!!

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Yahuah/Kleck busting out Manifestations Exposing That Which Can No longer Be Concealed

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Grizzly Bears, The Courts, The Government, The RIGGED SYSTEM

Reinstatement of ESA Listing for the Grizzly Bear in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in Compliance With Court Order

SUMMARY: We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), are issuing this final rule to comply with a court order that had the effect of reinstating the regulatory protections under the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended (ESA), for the grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE). Thus, this final rule is required to reflect the change effected by that order to the GYE grizzly bear population’s status on the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife. DATES: This action is effective July 31, 2019. However, the court order had legal effect immediately upon being filed on September 24, 2018.<<<Read More>>>

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