September 19, 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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Shooting Back?

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

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Fiber is the “First Ingredient” in Horseshit

Have you taken notice of the ads that are being produced now about nutritional “foods?” I think it first began with dog food. Of course, we all know that it’s more important that our pets eat healthy food than a man does. One ad features two women semi-arguing over whose dog food was better for their pets. One reads the ingredients beginning with whole grain. The other reads her ingredients beginning with some chemical or artificial something or other.

I noticed today – and I might be a bit slow on the uptake as I’m not much of a media ingester – that this method of deception in advertising has moved over to the human food industry. I think it was on a box of cereal where I saw in big bold print: “Whole Grain is the First Ingredient.”

Well, I’ll be. That must make it nutritious right?

Just so that you know. Horseshit contains the following, and perhaps more: whole grain, grain fibers, minerals, water and other things we will keep from readers, just to make a point. I put “whole grain” as the “first ingredient” to show you that eating horseshit must be good for you.

Engage Brain Now!

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Cornell University to Kill Deer by a Continual Rut

Some people are fed up with the utter nonsense that flows from every contaminated corner of our society, including universities of higher brain manipulation and indoctrination. Cornell University has to be among the leaders.

In 2014, due to the belief by Cornell and nearby Cayuga Heights, N.Y. that deer possess “reproductive health is a cervine right,” female deer were given tubal ligations believing this would stop the growth of the deer population. The result: does remained in estrous continually which attracted every male deer for miles causing the already dense population of deer to increase due to bucks seeking pleasure from the wafting essence of  “doe-in-heat.”

Well, the university is at it again. An article carried, willingly, by the New York Times, says that Cornell has undertaken a program on Staten Island to reduce the overgrown population of deer. This time, they are spending $3.3 million to give all the male deer a vasectomy. Yup, you read that right.

Now consider. When a doe deer (the female species) goes into “heat” or estrous, they essentially will remain in that state until conception is completed. I might be going out on a limb here to say that I have my doubts that the male deer (bucks) have cognitive abilities to realize they have had a vasectomy and thus they will run themselves ragged (to death) attempting to satisfy the estrous does.

Understanding the habits of male deer during the rut, one can only imagine the number of car collisions caused by bucks gone wild, a condition Cornell is contracted to help cure.

One also has to wonder to what extent a buck will go fulfilling his “duty” to mate with every “in heat” doe he whiffs. In Maine, where winters are far harsher than on Staten Island, at times the bucks will exhaust themselves and starve themselves as essentially 100% of their time is spent involved in “getting some.” With doe deer in continual estrous, will a buck deer kill himself in the attempt?

I would suppose, however, that if the community of Staten Island is also of the general impression that “reproductive health is a cervine right,” then they deserve the outcome of their perverse and utterly foolish and expensive program.

It will undoubtedly result in buck deer having an erection that lasts for more than 4 hours, and so, who are they going to call? If a man walking around with an erection for more than 4 hours is worthy of a phone call to the doctor, and if deer have a “cervine right” to reproductive health, is this not a clear case of animal abuse?

In addition, we know, but are not deterred, that multiple sex partners results in the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. With doe deer in a perpetual horny stage and buck deer, not unlike the male human species, eager to please, surely there will be an exponential explosion of multiple sex partners among the deer. Is there a risk of the spread of sexually transmitted diseases among the deer, or other health risks? With the deer, having no say in their “right” to reproductive health, isn’t this another clear example of animal abuse?

There is no end to this idiocy!

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Dinks Spring Mink – Minks Are Now Dead

Between 30,000 and 40,000 farm-raised minks were released into the wild near Eden Valley, Minnesota, earlier this week when burglars—presumably animal rights activists—cut the fence to a mink-pelt farm and opened the cages holding the mammals, letting them run into the wild.

Minks are strange little creatures somewhere between otters and ferrets, and when they run, their front halves and back halves teeter independently like two people pretending to be one horse. While the idea of tens of thousands of minks flopping through a pasture is quite amusing, the minks’ liberation likely came at a price: Farm-raised minks aren’t really able to make it in the wild. Many of the minks died once released because of the heat. The ones that were recovered alive were haphazardly thrown into pens, which disrupted their social groupings and drove the minks to kill one another.<<<Read More>>>

 

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Predators: You Built it Tarzan! You Climb it!

Officials from the town of Cape Elizabeth in Maine have issued a warning to people who walk trails in the region because a couple of coyotes were spotted by a walker. Reading some of the comments left by readers underscores the ignorance of dealing with predators. It should also drive home the fact that social demands by ignorant Romance Biologists and Voodoo Scientists should not have sway over wildlife management. But, now that it has and does, they don’t know how to deal with it, they don’t understand any of it, and the best they can come up with is childish, snide comments that range anywhere from “beautiful animal” to “I’m not sure what the fuss is.” In addition, some readers scoff and ridicule the fact that, for whatever the reasons, police have to warn people to be vigilant of predators while walking in the woods (this term is used loosely). One reader wanted to know if the coyotes “behaved in an un-natural way” – as if they understand and could recognize what a coyote’s “natural” behavior would be.

With all of this brought to the forefront with media reports, the events of people regularly encountering coyotes, or any over protected large animal predator, are of their own creation and it appears those who demand protection of predators, such as coyotes, run scared when they encounter the results of their own actions and demand government do something about it. Perhaps a zoo would work better for these people.

I was asked just the other day if I thought people were as stupid as they are being treated. An example would be printing on the bottom of water bottles, “Open Other End.” Well, each of us will have to decide that for ourselves, but it did set off a period of story sharing of real life events that prove the stupidity. But, it is pointless to actually share those events because if you’re not that stupid, you already know of such events. If you are that stupid, my telling you that certainly will have no effect.

Therefore, enjoy your creation. Perhaps you can make friends with your neighborhood coyote; bring him food daily and love and cuddle the little “beautiful creature.” “He has every right to live where he wants to,” I read in another report this morning. And, not that it would matter to you, but watch out for the 50-some diseases, viruses and parasites them beautiful creatures carry and are more than willing to share.

There’s an expression that goes along with a physical display of one’s First Amendment right that says: You built it Tarzan. You climb it!

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A Clear Example of How Environmentalists Want to “Change the Way We Discuss Wildlife Management”

I have two words to say to those who think, for one second, for any reason, that this should be allowed to happen. My God! Heavenly Father what has this world become? Come quickly I pray…I beg!

And pay very close attention because the major EnvironMENTAL organizations of this severely disturbed, evil world support this action to save some animals.

What are we?

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Wanton Waste?

Perhaps someone was having a meltdown over Donald Trump?

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WaPo Reporter: “It Didn’t Look Loaded”

“When I got to the ER, I had a swollen face, metal-foil confetti in my hair and a faint odor of gun smoke. Finally, the doctor could see me.

“I shot myself in the eye with a glitter gun,” I said. I showed him the Party Popper, which I had brought with me, in case he wanted to send it off to the National Institute of Morons for further study.

I got home from the hospital with a scratched cornea and a tube of eye ointment.”<<<Read More>>>

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INSANITY: Far Beyond Being Responsible for Animal Welfare

“The panelists praise wolves for their adaptability: Their plump paws are perfect snowshoes in winter, and their lean, aerodynamic bodies help them run as fast as 40 mph and cover hundreds of miles across a variety of terrain. Suzanne Stone, a biologist with Defenders of Wildlife, points to the audience and asks, “Can I use you as guinea pigs?” She arranges volunteers into a pack structure. A zoo staff member in a khaki shirt holds his hand up high, like the pack’s strong alpha male holds his tail, while a woman with dyed purple hair hunches and folds her arms inward—a vulnerable pup. A woman in a brown cardigan takes the role of a beta female, which Stone likens to “middle management,” helping baby-sit pups while other adults seek food. As the pups grow, they branch out, going through a lone wolf period before eventually forming new packs.”<<<Read More>>>

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