February 21, 2019

Stop Hiding and Change the World

VIDEO: This is an interesting video that a reader sent to me. It is geared toward the animal research industry. As might apply to all of us, the speaker talks of how “Them”, including animal terrorists, gain control and power over all of us because we don’t speak up. We allow “Them” to perpetuate their lies by not saying anything. This of course being directed at the animal research industry. The result of this, as is brought out in the video, is that half of the population of this country is convinced, through the propagation of lies, that animal research is unnecessary and is done because people just hate animals, etc.

This same tactic applies to many, many organizations in this country and even when some of us know it is not true, we say nothing, we do nothing and we just don’t care.

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75 Members of Congress Call for Wolf Delisting Nationwide

From the House Committee on Natural Resources web page:

75 Members Send Letter Calling for the Obama Admin to Fully Delist the Gray Wolf

WASHINGTON, D.C., November 13, 2013 –

House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Doc Hastings (WA-04) and 74 Members of Congress sent a letter today to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe in support of the June 2013 proposed rule to nationally delist the Gray Wolf as “endangered” or “threatened” under the Endangered Species Act, and in opposition to a proposal to list the Mexican wolf as a separate, endangered sub-species. This is the second letter, led by Chairman Hastings, Rep. Cynthia Lummis (WY-At Large), Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), and more than five dozen other bipartisan and bicameral Members of Congress and Senators to Director Ashe calling for the delisting of the gray wolf. Despite issuing a proposed rule to delist the wolves five months ago, the Administration has yet to issue a final decision.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service delisted the wolves in the Northern Rocky Mountains in 2009 and in the Great Lake States in 2011. The current situation has created a confusing management and regulatory scheme that has left some states – including Washington, Oregon and Utah – in the unsustainable and random situation of having wolves listed on one side of a highway and delisted on the other.

“The statutory purpose of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) is to recover species to the point where they are no longer considered ‘endangered’ or ‘threatened.’ The gray wolf is currently found in 46 countries around the world and has been placed in the classification of ‘least concern’ globally for risk of extinction by the International Union for Conservation Nature (IUCN) Species Survival Commission Wolf Specialist Group. This is a clear indication that this species is not endangered or threatened with extinction.” wrote the Members in the letter.

In the letter, Members also express opposition to the proposed provision to list the Mexican wolf as an endangered sub-species: “Since wolves were first provided protections under the ESA, uncontrolled and unmanaged growth of wolf populations has resulted in devastating impacts on hunting and ranching and tragic damages to historically strong and healthy herds of moose, elk, big horn sheep and mule deer. This is why we believe it is critical that you reconsider your decision to list the Mexican wolf as a sub-species under ESA, which would have a severe impact on private landowners, including ranchers, in Arizona, New Mexico, and surrounding states. We believe that state governments are fully qualified to responsibly manage wolf populations and are better able to meet the needs of local communities and wildlife populations.”

Click here to read the full letter.

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The Evolution of Hunting Humor of Which Some Just Can’t See

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The day was December 4, 2007. In my email I was sent what I immediately perceived as a funny, and FAKE photograph in which it was being claimed captured the image of a world record whitetail deer taken during a harvest. I immediately posted it on my former blog, The Black Bear Blog, for a laugh. Over time, the posting received 72 comments, that, should you desire to go back and read them, you would discover what I did (or maybe not) that some people just don’t get it….ever! Still laughing.

i dont believe it! its rigged. if that was the deers antlers then the neck would be alot bigger. that rack is too heavy for such a lil neck….

is this a joke
I have hunted for 30 years and have never seen such animal to exist….

can some one tell me how that deer can even fit through the woods much less eat……

dude this is soooo fake we aint stupid ya know!…..

That was nearly 6 years ago. Today, someone has modernized the use of the photograph, perhaps in an odd sort of way, to make it more easy to relate to and in keeping with current events. Below is what I was sent in my email box and it struck me funny that what I sent around (the origins of which I do not know) six years ago, found its way back home. Too funny!

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And, honest to God people! Both of these are fake, Fake, FAKE…..unless of course you believe in Barack H. Obama, then all bets are off.

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Mexican Wolf Comments Made Easy

From Wolf Crossing dot org:

ALL MEMBERS! WE NEED YOUR INPUT ON BOTH OF THESE! Do Not disregard this email. Each and everyone of you is needed. Get your spouses, your kids, your neighbors EVERYONE to do comments!

Okay, I know this will be confusing and you may get frustrated, but hang in there, you can do it! I’m going to try and explain this as plain as I can, if you still don’t understand when I’m done. Don’t give up, call, email, ask for help! Please realize we need EVERYONE to comment on these two rulings. It will affect each and every one of you sooner or later, even if you are not in the expansion area. Wolves don’t understand boundaries and if they do travel into your area and you are NOT in the expansion area (under the 10j rule, see definition below), you have very limited tools to use to address the problems they will cause on your operations! Plus see second map and you will see what the Environmentalist want in the future!

Open up the document [I made this into a downloadable PDF] and it will give you a step by step approach to commenting on these proposals!

If you have any questions or need help. Please feel free to call me or email me! If you want me to read over them, send them to me! I’ll be glad to do it. I would appreciate you sending me a copy of what you comment for later references. We anticipate this ending up in court. It always does, we need all the documentation of our members we can get!

Joel A. Alderete
Regional Director
YF&R Coordinator
NM Farm & Livestock Bureau
PO Box 2286
Roswell, NM 88202
(575) 622-6415
joela@nmflb.org

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Wolf Hearing in Albuquerque, NM on Wednesday

Embassy Suites Albuquerque.

Please Register and get up there 3 PM Wednesday.

Anyone ranch associated in NM or AZ needs to try and make this thing.

Pre-hearing Americans For Prosperity, prep is at 3 and Fish and Wildlife Service hearing on wolf de-listing is at 5.

thanks

Laura Schneberger

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Rutting Buck Attempts to Mate With Teenage Girl

I find little to laugh about in this video. The humans, albeit ignorant as hell, see this entire event as hilariously funny. They are ignorant of the ways of deer and stupid to approach the deer in the first place. Fortunately, at least for the humans, there was no harm done as history has shown that a rutting buck can beat the hell out of a human, even goring them with their antlers.

I would conclude that the actions of the humans are the result of indoctrination and the humanization of animals factor beat into the brains of our children.

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Hydatid Cysts in Elk and Unexplained Worms

The information for this article came to me from various sources of emails. In an email sent to Idaho for Wildlife, pictures of hydatid cysts infecting a recently harvested elk and a brief story are shared.

“Greeting Steve, my name is XXXXX XXXXX[Feb. 3, 2014 – name was removed per request of the person.]. I live in Cascade, Idaho. I saw the flyer on the hytadid elk disease on a flyer at a store in Donnelly, Idaho.

The attached pics are from a cow elk my wife shot last week a few miles north of Donnelly in Valley County. Lesions look the same. The entire elk was infested with tiny white worms. Every part of it. They were entirely thoughout all the meat. If you look in the pics closely the worms are kinda straight but wiggly shaped. I had a IDFG Officer inspect it. He got on the phone with the biologists at headquarters in Caldwell and they requested a sample and condemned the elk. They requested I bury it which I did. I looked over your groups website and thought I should forward this to you. Call me if you would like to discuss.”

XXXXX XXXXXX[Feb. 3, 2014, Name was removed per request of the person.]

All photos can be enlarged to full size for more precise viewing. Just click on the image and then click again on the following page.

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The following is information sent to me by Lynn Stuter pertaining to the photos above.

“Like many of you, I received the following e-mail,

The attached pics are from a cow elk my wife shot last week a few miles north of Donnelly in Valley County. Lesions look the same. The entire elk was infested with tiny white worms. Every part of it. They were entirely thoughout all the meat. If you look in the pics closely the worms are kinda straight but wiggly shaped. I had a IDFG Officer inspect it. He got on the phone with the biologists at headquarters in Caldwell and they requested a sample and condemned the elk. They requested I bury it which I did. I looked over your groups website and thought I should forward this to you. Call me if you would like to discuss.

For those who don’t have ready access to a map, Donnelly is a ways south of McCall in Idaho. In looking at the attached pictures, at least some of the cysts, in the lungs, appear to be Hydatid cysts, ungulates being the intermediate host to the Echinococcus granulosus tapeworm.

I sent the pictures to Dr Valerius Geist. In part he responded, “please spread the word to open suspicious cysts, cut it with your knife, to expose the hydatid sand.” The “Hydatid sand” Dr Geist speaks of is the tapeworm heads that look like sand in the fluid that exists inside the cyst. If the cyst is full of tapeworm heads, you know the animal had Hydatid.

While some may fear contracting Hydatid by doing this, know that the tapeworm heads must be ingested by a canine (wolf, coyote, dog) to become adult tapeworms capable of producing eggs. The tapeworm heads are not a threat to humans, only the eggs of the Echinococcus granulosus tapeworm that causes Hydatid are a threat to humans. If ingested by a human, the eggs hatch in the intestines, burrow through the intestinal wall, enter the vascular system, and usually travel to the liver or lungs, where Hydatid cysts are formed.

Of course, if gutting an infected animal at the residence, be sure to secure and remove the guts (offal) so the family dog does not get into them, ingest the tapeworm heads, and become infected with the Echinococcus granulosus tapeworm, thereby spreading the eggs in its feces around and in the home, eggs that are a threat to humans and especially to small children who play in the grass and on the floor in the home.

The worms in the meat of this elk would not be Echinococcus granulosus as the tapeworm heads, found in the Hydatid cyst, must be ingested by a canine (wolf, coyote, dog) to develop into mature tapeworms. If a cyst is ruptured, inside the host animal, the result is most often anaphylactic shock followed by death. This is also true with humans. There is always an exception to the rule, however. If a cyst is ruptured, and the host does not go into anaphylactic shock and die, the tapeworm heads do not infect the meat and become mature tapeworms; the tapeworm heads that survive form new cysts inside the host.

What the worms are, in the meat of this elk, is yet to be determined.”

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Bats Being Slaughtered by Wind Mills – Audubon Studying Why Bat Numbers Declining

Only in America!? Or, is it all about the money?

According to an article found on Breitbart, as many as nearly 1 million bats are being killed by windmills each year in the United States; along with countless other species.

In Maine, Audubon is spending time and money trying to figure out why bat populations are declining. I suppose it must be coincidental that bat numbers are sinking while at the same time windmills are dotting the landscape everywhere. Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

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Wolf Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Pack the House

for a
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Pre-Hearing Gathering:

People, Predators or Power? Your Choice

Be fully informed about the proposed expansion of the Wolf reintroduction in New Mexico

3:00-4:30 PM
November 20, 2013
Embassy Suites, 1000 Woodward, Albuquerque, NM

FWS Hearing doors open at 5 PM in the same building

Please pre-register at http://wolvesinalbuquerque.eventbrite.com

We need your help. Next week in Albuquerque, a public comment hearing is being held by US Fish & Wildlife Service regarding the future of wolves in New Mexico. The last hearing in Washington D.C. was filled with wolf-proliferation advocates who opposed protections for wild game. Let’s make sure EVERYONE attends this hearing.

Remember, new aggressive plans are asking for aggressive expansion of wolf populations in New Mexico. Without wolf-delisting, important safeguards to protect hunting, livestock and wild game in New Mexico will not be available. Considering the impacts experienced in other states, the future of hunting and wild game depend on your support.

Here is a map illustrating these new wolf proliferation plans: http://www.defenders.org/publications/places-for-wolves-southwest-defenders.pdf

Caren Cowan
Executive Director
New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association
POB 7517
Albuqueque NM 87194
505.247.0584 office
505.842.1766 fax
nmcga@nmagriculture.org
www.nmagriculture.org

You can become a member of the New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Associaton NOW by visiting www.nmagriculture.org !

Additional Information:

Posted: Tuesday, November 12, 2013 5:00 am

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service published two proposed rules under the Endangered Species Act on 6/13/2013; one to delist the gray wolf in the contiguous U.S. but to maintain the Mexican wolf as a listed species and the other to revise the Nonessential Experimental Population of the Mexican Wolf.
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The Service rescheduled three public hearings as a result of delays caused by the Federal Government lapse in appropriations. We will hold four public hearings on the proposals: 11/19/2013 from 6 pm to 8:30 pm in Denver, CO; 11/20/2013 from 6 pm to 9:00 pm in Albuquerque, NM; 11/22/2013 from 6 pm to 8:30 pm in Sacramento, CA.

In addition, on 12/3/2013, we will hold a public information meeting, principally on the Mexican wolf proposal, from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm, at the Hon-Dah Conference Center, 777 Highway 260, Pinetop, AZ (3 miles outside of Pinetop at the Junction of Hwy 260 and Hwy 73). A public hearing (for the recording of comments) will be held from 6 pm to 8:30 pm.

To learn more about the proposed rules, view the Federal Register notice with the details of the public hearings, and for links to submit comments to the public record, visit www.fws.gov/home/wolfrecovery. Written comments on our proposals will be accepted through 12/17/2013.

Published in the White Mountain Independent November 12, 2013 WMI 7931, T, 1x, 11/12/13e

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Bloomberg’s Anti-Gun Position Toxic in Elections

Candidates backed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg in political campaigns across the country, seemed to have been hurt by that support and that of Bloomberg’s opposition to Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms. More information can be found at the Free Beacon.

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