September 17, 2019

State hires conflict specialist to deal with wolf issues

*Editor’s Note* – Anytime any organization, private or governmental, presents any kind of conflict resolution program or invites the general public to participate in government programs, it’s a farce – designed only to deceive, to lie to people, making them believe they are “participating” in the process. It’s a rigged system.

In this case, it isn’t really about dealing with “conflicts” between people and wolves. It’s about dealing with humans in order that they do as they are told and worship the wolf, at the expense of human existence. Above all else, to brainwash the masses to believe that those who don’t worship the wolf is bad.

But don’t go look!

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife hired Francine Madden, who is executive director of the Human Wildlife Conflict Collaboration in Houston. The nonprofit works to resolve conflicts that arise when protecting animals leads to problems in local communities.

Source: State hires conflict specialist to deal with wolf issues | News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KOMO

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Giving Us Their “A” Team

Teamwork

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You Don’t Always Get What You Want

What is most amazing about the realities of attempting to expose the fraud and corruption that exists with the HSUS, is that the majority of people don’t really care what HSUS does with the money they steal from them. I think most people who donate to the HSUS use the act to psychologically cover their animal fetish perversion.

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The Cancer Industry is Too Prosperous to Allow a Cure

We have lost the war on cancer. At the beginning of the last century, one person in twenty would get cancer. In the 1940s it was one out of every sixteen people. In the 1970s it was one person out of ten. Today one person out of three gets cancer in the course of their life.

The cancer industry is probably the most prosperous business in the United States. In 2014, there will be an estimated 1,665,540 new cancer cases diagnosed and 585,720 cancer deaths in the US. $6 billion of tax-payer funds are cycled through various federal agencies for cancer research, such as the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The NCI states that the medical costs of cancer care are $125 billion, with a projected 39 percent increase to $173 billion by 2020.

The simple fact is that the cancer industry employs too many people and produces too much income to allow a cure to be found. All of the current research on cancer drugs is based on the premise that the cancer market will grow, not shrink.

John Thomas explains to us why the current cancer industry prospers while treating cancer, but cannot afford to cure it.

Source: The Cancer Industry is Too Prosperous to Allow a Cure

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Humane Society Of The United States False Advertising

Recent research has determined HSUS’s own donors are confused about where their money goes. An April 2015 poll of 1,051 self-identified HSUS supporters found that 87 percent of HSUS’s donors were unaware that HSUS gives just one percent of its budget to local pet shelters. When informed of this fact, 92 percent of HSUS’s own donors agreed the group “misleads people into thinking that it supports local humane societies and pet shelters,” and 55 percent were less likely to support HSUS.

Source: Humane Society Of The United States False Advertising – Grand View Outdoors

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Classical Values

Propitious timing, as NOAA and environmental activists are desperately trying to avoid complying with Congressional oversight into whether politics is driving ever-higher surface data adjustments. This particular farce has gone beyond mere confirmation bias and entered the realm of Lysenkoism. Do they really not understand that billions of tax dollars come with certain legal strings attached? “Shut up and go away” is not an acceptable response to a Congressional subpoena.  The taxpayers paid for the scientists as well as the nonscientists whose government records they deigned to release. No oversight? Fine, no funding. Shut NOAA down until they comply.  Good luck in the private sector, folks.  One further hopes these savages either fully comply or end up in jail for obstruction, as their behavior is horribly corrosive to scientific integrity, the spirit of free inquiry, the principles of objectivity and reproducibility, and the rule of law.

Source: Classical Values » Site, Cite, and Oversight

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Hackers trace ISIS Twitter accounts back to internet addresses linked to Department of Work and Pensions

*Editor’s Comment* – Seriously! If you don’t think this should have been expected, you need to do some more educating of yourself.

The hacking collective showed Mirror Online details of the IP addresses used by a trio of separate digital jihadis to access Twitter accounts, which were then used to carry out online recruitment and propaganda campaigns.

At first glance, the IP addresses seem to be based in Saudi Arabia, but upon further inspection using specialist tools they appeared to link back to the DWP.

“Don’t you think that’s strange?” one of the hackers asked Mirror Online. “We traced these accounts back to London, the home of the British intelligence services.”

Source: Hackers trace ISIS Twitter accounts back to internet addresses linked to Department of Work and Pensions – Mirror Online

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Anti-Hunting Lawyers Are Bilking the Tax Payer for Billions

Their strategy is simple: Overwhelm the system and bilk the public in the name of environmentalism or animal protection. As an example, in one petition the Center for Biological Diversity requested that the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) review 404 species in the Southeast alone for Endangered Species Act (ESA) consideration. Additionally, WildEarth Guardians filed two petitions listing 1,156 species for protection. Victories are often obtained because of technicalities such as missed deadlines and hardly ever for substantive matters.

Source: Anti-Hunting Lawyers Are Bilking the Tax Payer for Billions

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Utah officials: Mexican wolf is ‘bullet’ that could destroy West

*Editor’s Note* – It is certainly a rigged system – a system, just as stated, to achieve desired outcomes. Officials hide behind the belief that the Endangered Species Act REQUIRES them to do what they are doing. That is a dishonest statement. Perhaps the ESA requires plans for recovery but those plans should never include fraud and deception to accomplish political goals.

History has taught us nothing, evidently. I wrote extensively in “Wolf: What’s to Misunderstand?” about this rigged system and how lies and more lies were thrust upon the American people in order to manipulate public opinion in favor of dishonest and illegal wolf introduction. Here we are, over 20 years past, and the lying bastards are still filling people full of it.

Leaders in Utah, as well as Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona, are attacking the credibility of FWS’s science, alleging it is rigged to improperly include the Four Corners region in the recovery zone for this critically imperiled wolf subspecies. The states also object to the venue for next week’s meeting because it is has hosted meetings of conservation groups.

Source: Utah officials: Mexican wolf is ‘bullet’ that could destroy West | The Salt Lake Tribune

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The Walrus and the New York Times

*Editor’s Comment* – One can choose to accept the same premise as displayed in the below piece by the author that, “Because its writers are so ill-informed, the New York Times is an especially laughable purveyor of politically-motivated climate hysteria.”

While that may be true, it should be added that the New York Times, under the control of the Council on Foreign Relations (you must study to know this), one of the creators of climate change hysteria, is doing what it is told to do or suffer the consequences. One may willingly believe the writers of the New York Times are THAT stupid that they would peddle nonsense for political reasons, but the reality is probably a combination of ignorance and doing what they are told.

But it should be discussed why any media outlet would, knowingly or otherwise, print this garbage of lies and fraud. As I’ve said, partly because they HAVE to but mostly because they can. They can because they know a majority, perhaps overwhelmingly so, of readers, most ignorant and most lazy, will blindly just accept what the writers write – after all, it is the New York Times. Brainwashing becomes easy on a willing subject.

The onus should come back to the readers. They are the ones, who, if they cared at all, would NEVER blindly accept anything any news agency or politician told them. If we stopped being accepting, they would stop printing the crap. It’s one thing to be ignorant of facts, it’s quite another to double down on the ignorance and repeat, while believing, a bunch of bullshit some totalitarian newspaper published.

Educated yourself. Truth is power.

The Times is peddling ignorance here. Actually, the congregation of walruses on land is an age-old phenomenon known as “hauling out.” It has nothing to do with the volume of sea ice at any given time. In fact, the Times is not just peddling ignorance, it is recycling it. Today’s Times piece is paraphrased from a much-derided column by Gail Collins that ran in October 2014.

Source: The Walrus and the New York Times | Power Line

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