October 17, 2018

I Sure Appreciate All Those Men and Women That Chose To Serve and Protect.

I sure appreciate all those men and women that chose to serve and protect at all levels of political public offices held… The Local and National police that know fake news with fake people acted out by actors in the news is used against the citizenry of this country and they do nothing about it because their careers would be terminated.. I sure appreciate all those men and women that chose to serve and protect the citizenry of this country when they do nothing about legal system injustices that are unjust acts perpetrated against the citizens by lying lawyers acting as god prosecutors and god judges all in the service of their god who owns the legal system the Vatican’s man of sin..

I sure appreciate all those men and women that chose to serve and protect the National Forests who are arsonists who start forest fires and then pretend they are heroes by fighting their own fires for millions and even billions of bucks.. I sure appreciate all those men and women that chose to serve and protect our freedom and freewill even though it has been redefined to mean granted liberty which are privileges that can be un-granted by those serving and protecting us whenever they deem it necessary to do so because the Bill of Rights is obviously not the Supreme Law of this land..

Yessiree I sure do appreciate all those men and women that chose to serve and protect corporate fascism, fake banks, fake money, fake economies, fake free markets, fake sciences, fake politics, fake myths of who we the people actually isn’t, and who stood idly by while fake environmentalists serving the U.N. put diseased wolves amongst us and large carnivores above us in rights.. I sure appreciate all those men and women that chose to serve and protect the United Nations invasion of this country using fake environmental policies which under a deep forensic analysis turns out to be evolved legal terms in international legalese dick spittle for eugenics on steroids for the purpose of depopulating those of us they allegedly serve and protect…

I sure appreciate all those men and women that chose to serve and protect that did nothing when the courts in the United States told us several times in their case history ” You Can’t Use The Constitution In This Court.” Because you’re not a party to it… I sure appreciate all those men and women that chose to serve and protect all of those lies at all levels of political public offices held…That put children in the same public restrooms, that taught evolutionary science lies in their public schools, that teaches them to believe myths fairy tales while dumbing them down..

I sure appreciate all those men and women that chose to serve and protect at all levels of political public offices held…Especially in those wildlife agencies who’s mission is obviously the total destruction of wildlife while causing consumptive use of the surplus to be accused of the cause.. You bet.. We need more people like all of you sorry SOBs to pretend you’re here to serve and protect the citizens of this country at all levels of political public offices held…

I can’t wait to see how you men and women that chose to serve and protect at all levels of political public offices held are going to save the citizens from wising up to your masters big con next..

Signed the Betrayed Exile…

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The Psychological Profile of the Typical U.N.E.P. Pro UNEP and Anti UNEP Clones

Biology, ecology and zoology, it must be remembered is a philosophical method used in ‘someones’ figment of the imagination or creation of the mind that makes up their personal view of the way they see the ecological environment they’re walking about in and its various relationships they temporarily observe which sets in motion their own imaginings. This view resides in their mind and their mind alone, and therefore it is fictitious in nature and can be reflected on paper as an opinion of their imagination ‘mimicking’ the physical world as they might have temporarily experienced it.. Then of course when this data is used to restrict the use of the earth’s resources for obvious political agenda one must consider data manipulation for that political objective.. Thus the blow back against those advocating for this nonsense is justified simply because they have psychologically underestimated those they’ve targeted with these psychological imaginings they support and advocate for… The arguments they’ve made for these bogus science theories goes against reason by appeals to emotion. Worse the majority of these advocates have never observed any of these alleged claims made in the original written down explanations of those imagining they’ve actually observed these various relationships in the ecological environment. It’s all belief based thus faith based arguments in something someone allegedly imagined that not one of those supporting the claims through their advocacy can substantiate with irrefutable evidence.. Dispossessing people of their ‘freedoms’ and lands, for the restrictive practices of pseudo environmental sciences… As well dispossessing people and yourselves out of multiple use privileges on public lands lands for the same restrictive practices of pseudo environmental scientific nonsense.. Is insanity. There is your psychological profile of your own idiocy dear U.N.E.P. clones… A continuation of your psychological analysis which strangely enough matches your Anti UNEP opponents who also never read the UNEP tome, thus both sides psyches would go something like this; Neurotic. Over reactionary.. Paranoid.. Cowardly, Tyrannical.. Brainwashed. Insane.. very limited knowledge, politically motivated by appeals to emotional nonsense.. At varying degrees fitting to the evaluation of the ambulatory psychopath.. Impossible to have a rational reasoned discussion with.. See anyone from the WLNs and the SWW groups.. Control freaks. Fascists. Narcissistic. Crazy.. Zombies, living in darkness thinking it is enlightenment..Advocates for a centralized system of political dominance.  All of these people are identical.. biased bigoted and dishonest.

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A “True” Newspaper Wolf “Story” From 1856

Ok so back in the day of the best trackers and woodsman a wolf pack kills a girl and all that can be found is a shoe and part of a dress.. No blood trail, no partially eaten corpse no bones just a shoe and part of a dress.. Ok.. Uh huh.. This BULLSHIT is believable..Those wolves ate up the bones… Nobody could track down the remains of the girl aye? Sure… Now maybe this is a true tale and maybe it isn’t.. But it is nothing but a lousy piece of so called proof.. Besides, all large carnivores will kill and eat people.. We know this.. That’s inarguable, large carnivores will do that.. But I wonder when they stopped swallowing the bones.. Same thing with the boy, no blood trail on the hard frozen ground and no remains located.. Sounds like something else entirely..  This is your proof? Ok, onto your next whiskey soaked speculative evidence Scotty… And and and we’re all emotional because the media is still lying to us about everything.. Lincoln complained about the bullshit newspapers back in his day amigo…

 

Some of the worst appeals to emotions BS I’ve ever read…

I wonder if the editor of that 1856 piece thought the populace was really this stupid? Hell an argument could be made that a serial killer did those killings based on so little evidence as that paper presents..

I should say here that having collected many books and journals from that era, evidence with factual explanations and sources back then by professional historians were then and still are excellent works that can to this day still be vetted on their accuracy.. Newspapers are only good for lighting up wood…

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No Grizzly Hunt

No surprise.. I expected this outcome months ago.. I knew all along the hunt was not going to happen.. By design, all involved just put on a political charade for the purpose of further instilling hatred between pro and anti hunting clowns and of course hatred for large carnivores that have more rights than citizen serf slave subjects that can’t figure this game out.. Judge Dana Christensen at the 9th Circuit in Missoula keeps the Grizzlies on the endangered species list after 27 days of alleged legal deliberations. No hunting the big bad bears… The United Nazis Environmental Policies wins again…

A little piss ant lawyer in a black robe playing goddess helps the mad  scientismists save their bears..

 

 

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The Land That Over Time Most Minds Forgot

Where the minds were made to believe they can believe anything they want…

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My Wolfed Down And Burned Down Wilderness Experience

I noticed something yesterday as I did a 14 mile hike on single track, off trail, then back to single track in the Frank Church Wilderness.. I’ve wandered around in this particular spot since the 1970s.. This section is along elk creek going towards Porter creek and beyond to Sulpher creek.. The place has mile wide and miles long seemingly endless meadows surrounded by once pristine lush forests and under story now all burned to the ground and is a maze of dead fall.. The single track paths are clogged shut for miles now..

The place used to be an incredibly amazing wildlife observation hike and even a early fall excellent hunting experience.. Along with incredible fishing in lakes and streams.. I was attempting a 16 mile in and out into one of those lakes and within about a mile I decided to give up on the lake.. I was tired of the down timber maze after fighting four miles of that maze of waist and chest high obstructions.. I knew I needed to turn back.. I made a loop out of the hike..

I noticed not one single bear scat, wolf scat, Wolverines were not in there usual hang outs making tracks and scat either, No elk scat, with two coyote scats and one deer scat on this walk.. A place where it was normal to see herds of elk, various deer sightings, bears, fish in the streams.. Even the bird and squirrel life in there was boring.. I did see a dead bull elk.. While bushwhacking four miles I nearly tripped over a bloated, by my estimation dead for 24-36 hours bull elk.. Nothing had fed on it, I could not determine a cause.. I suspect arrow though and to far back from the lungs and heart into the liver area..I did not have time to put a knife to work to validate my suspicion..

Kinda strange I thought, after reading about the grizzly man fight over a dead elk in Wyoming upon first stumbling onto this prize dead elk in this ruined dead place in these deep dead sterile woods.. I immediately started looking for a charging black bear.. What are the odds of in all of that devastated by wolves and fires area do I stumble over this dead bull.. As i walked around in this once paradise I thought of Val Geist’s predictions of the aftermath of over populated wolves.. I thought to my self, the damned wolves came in here and eventually delisted themselves..

They had to leave here or die, and they did.. They cleaned the place out.. In 2006 through 2009 on various excursions into this area I observed them doing exactly that.. Running the trails like police dogs, inspecting every camp, devouring everything not fast enough to out run them.. I did bump into a pair of wildlife photographer about a mile in from the trailhead.. Out of Oregon.. He asked me what happened to this place.. I say’s to him, wolves and fires, and fires and wolves.. So I noticed something yesterday, wolves eventually delist themselves.. The place was sterile, wolfed down and burned down… I’m going back in there to salvage the horns and ivories in late spring..

And to cut the trail open for my horses so I can once again fish the best fishing hole I’ve ever known.. It’s ironic what Wilderness was and became here in this place and how we as people have varying definitions of what it is, was, could have been, should be and currently is.. I prefer a wilderness of abundant green forests with teeming wildlife myself.. While others are determined that a Predator pit and burned out wilderness is preferable.. Real Wilderness then by the UNEP and UNEP clones definition is a dead place, a place of ruin.. That then was my wolfed down and burned down wilderness experience yesterday September 20th 2018.. I will add that the photographers I passed admitted they did not like what they had come to see.. Shameful were their final words…

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Unanswered Questions About “Bat Gates?

A few days ago I was reading a press release put out by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) about how the department just built the first steel and concrete “Bat Gate” designed to keep people out of caves where bats hibernate.

Why keep people out? The release says, “Scientists have discovered that white-nose syndrome is primarily passed from bat to bat or from hibernacula surfaces to bats, but can be spread by people because spores of the fungus may cling to clothing, backpacks, and shoes. When people visit caves and mines during any time of year, they could transport the fungus to uninfected areas…” (emboldening added)

Looking at the photos in the press release, it appears that there is an awful lot of habitat destruction taking place during the construction. Did these workers “unknowingly” get fungus on them and transport it to uninfected areas? What did they do to make sure this didn’t happen?

Whose land is this being built on? If not public land, did MDIFW obtain permission to do this?

This seems a bit of a drastic measure to undertake considering the “can be,” “may,” and “could” descriptions of the possible human role of spreading a disease that is natural and perhaps is doing the job it is intended to do – keep the population of bats in check. We sometimes think we are so smart but are we failing to realize that in our personal desire to protect any and all species of wildlife, maybe we are not doing the wildlife any favors.

It should be in the forefront of the minds of biologists at MDIFW considering what they have discovered or at least pretend to have discovered, about moose and winter ticks. Growing and protecting moose populations creates a situation where winter ticks thrive. Perhaps the risk of human transport of this fungus is insignificant compared to the bats themselves. If numbers aren’t kept at healthy levels, Biology 101 teaches us or used to anyway, that disease occurs which in turn reduces the population.

In addition to what should be obvious questions, placing this gate over the entrance to a cave, has anyone asked the question as to what other species of wildlife that may use this habitat is being denied and what threats this imposes on them?

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Rob Skiba, The Genius of

Authored by Rob Skiba;

Contrary to the wildly active gossip mill, I do NOT believe one needs to believe the Earth is flat in order to be saved. That’s a stupid, strawman argument, perpetuated by ignorant people prone to accepting and spreading gossip. It’s like making the pre-Trib. Rapture doctrine a “salvation issue.” We can believe in LOTS of “non-essentials,” while still holding to the core essentials. Hence, we have tens of thousands of “denominations” all based on various NON-essential beliefs. For me, this is no different.

That said, I do agree that FE is an important (though NOT a CORE essential) topic. Why? Because a house crumbles if built upon a faulty foundation. If Genesis 1 is bogus, then with what sort of foundation are we left? And sorry, but there simply is NO WAY to get a spinning, heliocentric, globular Earth hurling through an ever expanding vacuum of space out of anything in Genesis 1 (nor anywhere else in Scripture).

But frankly, this is not the only difficulty people have with Genesis. In the Creation account, you have an entire universe created in six literal days – and it’s made primarily by WORDS. Then you have a man being formed from dirt. A woman coming from said man’s rib. You have magical trees and a talking snake who gets the first humans to fall into “sin” by eating some fruit, which will condemn all future generations… and all this just in the first 3 chapters! By any “scientific” worldview, this is all total nonsense. Yet, most of us claim it as self-evident fact and believe it.

Reading further, any reasonable scholar who looks at Genesis 6 (and the MASSIVE amount of historical supporting evidence) confesses to a belief in angels mating with women to produce giants. Then, there’s a world-wide Flood, which is survived by 8 people, who built an ark and put representatives of every animal in it for safety (along with all the plants needed for food). A few hundred years later, a dude builds a “high tower to reach into heaven” and YHWH puts a stop to it by confounding their languages. Not long thereafter, YHWH picks a dude to be His primary representative and tells him to cut off the tip of his penis in order to seal the deal. Yeah… like that’s not weird.

On the surface, let’s face it, the first 15 chapters of Genesis are patently absurd to the unbelieving, “scientific” world. And yet, it’s these same 15 chapters, which form the foundation for the WHOLE STORY that plays out through the end of the book of Revelation. It’s the Act 1 set up to the classic three Act story arc. And it is precisely for this reason that the enemy has done all he can to try and utterly destroy or marginalize what’s in those 15 chapters.

So, when we really get down to it, regardless of FE cosmology, if you really think about what we believe (and I didn’t even mention the talking donkey, floating axe, people chillin’ out in a fiery furnace or den of lions, a man walking on water, Who later willingly allows Himself to be murdered in the most painful way imaginable – in order to redeem the sin of eating a piece of fruit offered by a talking snake. This same Savior then raises from the dead and is later going to split the sky and come to us on a flying horse, followed by a massive floating city), at this point, it’s kind of hard for us to call anything “crazy” while still believing all of that other stuff. So, I’m of the “embrace the madness” mindset. When it comes to Scripture, it’s all or nothing for me.

But I might add, they (the secular “science” community) aren’t much better – what with their belief in beer bubble universes exploding from microscopic dots, creating man from goo to you by way of the zoo and a host of other related nonsense. They have just as many (if not more) waaaaay out there, crazy beliefs than we do. So, to be brutally honest, NO ONE has the intellectual high ground here. You simply have to pick which brand of “crazy” you think best.

As for me and my house, I’m going with Scripture. Let God be true and every man a liar. But in order to do so, I can’t wed Scripture to the nonsense of “science falsely so-called.” And that’s precisely what MOST Christians/Torah folks are doing when they embrace modern cosmology and try to defend it with Scripture. They are forcing star-shaped pegs into circular holes. It’s just not going to work. The two world-views are not even remotely compatible. And to try to force them into agreement is simply not good scholarship, nor is it being intellectually honest with the text, oneself, or the audience.

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If A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words Then Here’s 11 Thousand Words

The blind under strong delusion will not see nor hear truth.. The official mathematics that validate the ball earth are of their words alone…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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An Epiphany Outside of Environmentalism’s “New Approach” to Wildlife Management

With very little effort and a clear, open mind, it is obvious that when it comes to wildlife management things aren’t looked at in the same way as the tried and proven ways which created the foundation for the North American Model of Wildlife Management. It may, however, come as a surprise to many readers that this new environmentalist’s way of talking about wildlife management is a planned event and not something that just evolved over time – certainly not the result of real scientific research.

What is amazing, to me anyway, is when groups and individuals mired in the muck of environmentalism’s new approach to wildlife management, are forced to see what isn’t intended to be seen in this new approach. It shows itself as some kind of epiphany, as though because of lack of knowledge due mostly to a prohibition of access to historical documentation constructed from the actual scientific process, tested over decades and centuries of time, a moment of brilliance comes bursting through the muddled mess of what today we call modern wildlife management.

We catch a glimpse of this at the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) where when it was discovered that winter ticks (Dermacentor albipictus) were numerous and killing off the state’s moose herd, modern wildlife management’s “new approach” declared the cause was global warming. Every echo chamber around the world wanted to reverberate the woes of man-caused global warming and yes, “we’re all gonna die!” Their emotional claims for cures demanded that the only way to mitigate this winter tick problem that is killing moose populations everywhere was to somehow find a “cure” for global warming – a condition that does not exist in the context of how it is being sold.

Maine began a moose study – determined, it was said, to get at the root causes of what was really reducing the moose population. I have been most pleasantly surprised to discover that Maine’s moose biologists dared break with the mold of “Climate Change ate my homework” and suggested what has been known for a long, long time what was stated by an Alaskan moose biologist in recent years, that the ONLY way to mitigate the winter tick problem is to reduce the population of moose.

In George Smith’s recent column he writes of a book, recommended to him by Maine’s Wildlife Division Director (White as a Ghost by Dr. Bill Samual) who is quoted as saying in his book, “As moose and tick numbers build, moose harvest by hunters is far more appropriate and humane than invasive harvest by winter ticks. We should be able to moderate some of the damage caused by winter ticks for moose by managing moose at below die-off levels.”

(Author’s Note: To dispell the critics who will want to claim that my call, and that of MDIFW’s, to reduce the moose population is rooted in the desire to hunt and kill more moose. For the control of ticks, it must be realized that once a “die-off level” is reached through controlled harvest, that die-off level will need to be maintained even while it changes and fluctuates up and down. That’s what real, responsible wildlife management is.)

Perhaps we can see a bit of this “new approach” to wildlife management in the attitude shown in what Smith writes: “And while this book was published in 2004, it is still very informative and pertinent to our moose/tick problem.” I find it a near incurable disease that has infested academia and every institution that employs science – a refusal to research historic documents, accounts, scientific research, etc. as though it was worthless because it is so old. In this case, the author seems to indicate that observations and documentation of Dr. Samuel aren’t dangerous to the new approach narrative of wildlife management even though it is an ancient history of some 14 years.

In my own research about winter ticks, because of the lack of any modern studies on ticks, I spent the majority of my time reading and studying the ones that have existed for many years. These old documents proved then that global warming could not be the cause of increased tick populations. This is valuable knowledge that should never be discarded because of age even if new studies want to suggest something else.

Some honest effort, with a goal of seeking the truth rather than propping up the new scientismic pathway, can reveal many useful things. This must begin with an attitude that historical scholarship isn’t useless, outdated material – it is the foundation of the Scientific Process.

Instead, we see here where it appears that some miraculous epiphany has caused the resulting talking points to become one of a need to reduce the moose population to solve much of the tick problem rather than wasting time with the mythological Climate Change fantasy.

Maybe the scientific process ruled in this case of the Maine moose study. Perhaps the efforts made and what appears to be a daring and honest assessment of what’s going on has helped to restore my faith that there are still glimmers of hope in wildlife management – that it hasn’t completely gone to the environmental dogs…yet.

These epiphanies present themselves as though a discovery was made, and something is written as old as 2004 supports that discovery. It should be the other way around. That is the scientific process. But, if you don’t know and have not researched the scientific process, this is what we see. In this case, it appears as though a correct conclusion has been reached despite lack of historic scientific knowledge.

There should be a great takeaway from this. We will see.

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