September 24, 2019

California Bans Trapping, Except…..

California, the testing grounds for fascist laws, socialism, and all progressive ideas, has decided to ban all “fur trapping for animal pelts,” saying the practice is “especially cruel, obviously, and it’s just unnecessary and costly.”

In attempts to influence public opinion, the linked-to article describes trapping as, “trapped animals are strangled, shot or beaten to death,” and yet goes out of its way to specifically point out that, “…using traps to catch gophers, house mice, rats, moles and voles would still be permitted.”

It appears that being “especially cruel” to animals only applies to those animals that the fascist/totalitarians view as more valuable than others. What isn’t “especially cruel” about smashing the brains of gophers, mice, rats, moles and voles when the trap slams shut? Or is it that these kinds of animals are viewed as less desirable in a progressive society?

Perhaps the perspectives of these animal protectionists is much like the same perspective used when dealing with people the world over. When this society doesn’t like another culture, or deems it less desirable, we simply invade the country, slaughter masses of the people and justify it as “spreading democracy” often citing the reason as it is our “Christian” responsibility to do so. In other words, one culture of human beings cannot be treated “especially cruel” while another can?

INSANITY!!

BUT DON’T GO LOOK because you won’t recognize it anyways.

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Ban on Trapping and Why Wording For a Right to Hunt Amendment is Important

The following email came from Gary Marbut of the Montana Shooting Sports Association:

Dear MSSA Friends,

The media tells us that anti activists have gathered enough signatures to put I-177 on the November ballot, to ban trapping on public lands.

Isn’t this proposed law unconstitutional under the right to hunt, fish and trap that MSSA got into the Montana Constitution?

Yes.  See my comment for the record last September to MT DoJ about I-177 at:
http://www.progunleaders.org/Trapping/

However, the rules are that an initiative cannot be challenged for constitutionality until and unless it is approved by the voters and becomes law.  Until that occurs, you may spread the word that, among other serious problems, I-177 is a waste of effort and taxpayer resources because IF Montana courts follow the law I-177 will eventually be stricken as in violation of the Montana Constitution.
Best wishes,
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