September 20, 2018

Shooting Back?

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

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Animal Perverts Ain’t Too Smart Either

It’s the typical crap sandwich you read about when animal perverts go about trying to save animals because they believe humans and animals exist at the same level, sharing in the same rights. Some even believe animals are as intelligent as humans and that is probably well displayed in the Lake Tahoe area where bear loving perverts are interfering with efforts by officials to trap nuisance bears and relocate them.

No longer is it the objective of these mentally damaged perverts to do as much as they can to help ward off the inevitable death sentence of a bear that becomes habituated to humans, these morons are now prohibiting officials from trapping the bears and relocating them to more wilderness areas. One deviant imbecile even stated that moving a bear into the wilderness was scaring the bear back into the city.

But, as is typical of these types, they have resorted to violence, death threats, harassment and destruction of government property and then deny they are responsible.

Here’s a short list of some of the profound comments made by bear loving freaks:

1. “They are just gorgeous creatures, and they are so misunderstood,”
2. “If you don’t get rid of that trap, we’re going to kill you”
3. “We’re going to destroy your business and screw up your boats and destroy your property.”
4. “We are the intruders here,” – Note: This one always gets me. The pile of sticks who make this comment also said, “If you want to live in a beautiful area like this, let’s learn how to live with the animals that are here.” How ignorant and self centered can a totalitarian fascist be? If this person really had all this “love” for animals, why did THEY choose to live where the bears do? These ignorant fools think they have the right to live where they choose and THEN dictate to all those around them how they are to live because they choose to live in a beautiful area. They are the biggest hypocrites in the world today.
5. “There is something special about bears. It’s hard to explain. The more I am with them, the closer I feel to them.” – Note to bear pervert – Get a life!
6. “Carl Lackey [biologist] is the ultimate bear serial killer,”
7. “Oh, please beat the crap out of this guy,”
8. “When a bear is where he shouldn’t be, tell him right then and there. Wave your arms and stomp your feet. Once the animal has fled into the forest, you stop and say, ‘Good bear.’” – Note: This epitomizes the mental illness associated with a perverse affliction with animals. I mean seriously. Are you kidding me? Sick! Sick! Sick!
9. “People who don’t like bears don’t like us.”
10. “I am not a terrorist, and I don’t break the law.”
11. “He [a bear] doesn’t seem to be in any mood to harm anybody.”
12. “Animals who grow up around our villages… are the least likely to harm a human.”

These freaks should just pack up and move back to the city. What idiots!

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Disturbed New Jersey Woman Ruins a Good Bear Fight

This woman’s elevator doesn’t go to the top floor. I’ve seen videos of this completely brainwashed, propagandized product of Tavistock, challenge bears in her back yard that are directly threatening her. What this video doesn’t tell is the whole story. She feeds bears in her back yard. And while the bears are there (wink, wink! I think she thinks they are her children) she expects them to be on the best human behavior as possible. She is clueless about what wild animals do. These two bears are NOT fighting. They are posturing. Evidently this woman and everyone else who has labeled this bear encounter a bear fight might also think bears and humans are on equal emotional levels.

It is very possible that by her disrupting a very normal black bear behavior, she is turning the bears into a representation of herself, i.e. a mentally challenged member of her species and thus the black bear species. Retarded bears end up dead!

I wonder what God is saving her for.

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Problems With Bears

In Montana, efforts to “haze” a black bear proved futile and so authorities shot the bear instead.

Just an egg sucking bear? No not really but this now dead bear, has a hankering for killing chickens. The bear killed 40 of the feathered friends and thus had to die.

On June 10, 2013, I wrote an article about the Humane Society of the United States’ attempts ongoing to ban bear hunting in Maine. It seems the executive director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine took issue with part or all of the OpEd published in the Bangor Daily News by Katie Hansberry. David Trahan, executive director for the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, said that the newspapers decision to publish a photo of an outdated and outlawed bear trap was intended to “sensationalize the trapping of bear.”

And it seems that even some of those who support the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) disagree in part with the tactics and use of disparaging and misleading words by Katie Hansberry, head of the Maine division of the HSUS, in efforts to ban bear hunting and trapping.

However, it is difficult to take much of anything the author of the opinion piece had to say too seriously because of statements made early in the article.: “I believe Katie Hansberry is on a personal crusade that overshadows the good that the Humane Society of the United States is known for and which most of us support.” The Humane Society of the United States does very little that is “good”; that is much of anything good for animals. HSUS is a fringe group of extremists and mostly animal perverts but the organization itself is more about bilking people for money to pay big salaries and little to do with helping animals. If people want to help animals, a better bet would be to support your local animal shelter which is NOT part of HSUS.

In addition, I don’t know who the “us” is in “most of us support”, meaning the HSUS. Most people do NOT support HSUS. It’s only enough ignorant people who have no knowledge of the truth of what HSUS does.

In the small coastal town of Wiscasset, Maine, bears are making visits to homes in search of food. Some so-called authorities will often say this is a rare occurrence, but it’s not all that rare. It might be rare that a bear comes and visits in broad daylight and the homeowner is able to get some pretty good pictures (as can be seen in the Wiscasset newspaper), but bears visiting homes is quite a bit more common than some know and those encounters and visits are bound to increase as the bear population in Maine continues to increase.

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HSUS Wouldn’t Know Inhumane if it Bit Them in the Face

Katie Hansberry, Maine state director of The Humane Society of the United States, penned an opinion piece found in The Sun Journal about Maine’s bear management tools and tactics and proves she knows nothing about inhumane treatment of animals or human beings for that matter; certainly nothing about wildlife management.

I will agree with her on one issue. She faults the efforts of Maine legislators for proposing a bill that would prohibit the right of the citizens to petition the state concerning issues with the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. It’s a dumb idea and should not be passed, as much as I would like to see groups like the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), a left-wing radical group of idiots and perverts, go play with grizzly bears and leave Maine citizens alone.

However, the fact that human-hating members of HSUS refuse to except, that as much as they hate man, we are a part of the grand scheme of things and as long as there exists man and beast, there will be conflicts. Groups like HSUS espouse to the idea of killing man in order that some animal may live.

Maine presently has perhaps the largest population ever of black bears. Much of the reason for this is because the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) can’t get enough hunters interested in hunting bears to help control the population. Because of that, bears are increasing at greater numbers than desirable and there are negative consequences as a result. Bears kill deer fawns and moose calves and as a result too many of these animals are being killed which changes the age structure of the deer and moose herds and if allowed to run unchecked, the risk exists that eventually those populations become unsustainable. MDIFW needs to find more ways to legally kill bears rather than protecting them.

Aside from what too many bears can and are doing to Maine’s landscape concerning other species, increased numbers of bears means increased numbers of encounters with humans. It’s easy to toss out the statement that bear attacks on humans are rare, especially when those bears aren’t threatening you directly. The truth is they do happen and will continue to happen so long as there is no means of controlling bear numbers.

HSUS wants to end all hunting, trapping and fishing because they are perverts in love with animals more than they care for the existence of human beings. As such they are absent any form or intelligent, rational thinking when it comes to the management of wild animals.

Hansberry faults the Joint Standing Committee of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (JSC) for taking an immediate vote to defeat a bill sponsored by HSUS that would have banned trapping bears and hunting them with dogs. Her attempt seems to be to demonize the Committee as somehow being corrupt. There was no need for the JSC to have much of any discussion about this issue. They’ve been down this road before and they understand that the MDIFW needs and must have all the proper, historic, tried and true tools available to them in order to properly and responsibly manage black bears. Science and history prove this. What’s to discuss?

upsidedownthinkingHSUS is continually belaboring the issue that killing any animal by any means is “inhumane.” HSUS wouldn’t recognize inhumane if it jumped up and bit them on the rear end. Their efforts are about making money and conning people out of their money in order to pay large salaries. History shows that when bear numbers get too large, human encounters go up. There is too much competition for food and habitat and these animals then begin to starve and disease becomes rampant. What is humane about that? And what is humane about a starving bear attacking a person, perhaps your child, in order to eat.

The North American Model of Wildlife Management has been around for a long time and is a proven model that is the envy of the world over. Most problems that exist in this world with wildlife management comes from the actions of perverts like the HSUS. Don’t listen to their propaganda. They only want to lie and play on your emotions in order to get you to hand over your money to them. Maine needs viable and proven bear and other wildlife management based on science and reality.

Black bears are a large predator and history shows that protecting large predators has very devastating effects on the rest of the animals that need management as well. Protecting predators unnecessarily is irresponsible and removing proven management skills of wildlife is inhumane.

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