June 4, 2023

Governments Weapons of Mass Destruction on Coyotes

Ignorance persists. Emotional clap-trap forever. America in the toilet.

The Federal Government has placed a temporary ban on M-44 cyanide “traps” after a boy was sickened and his dog died.

Comments can be read on this website that shows the ignorance and emotional clap-trap that people exemplify in the Americans’ perverted way of life.

I would supposed that the perversion is so deeply embedded into the small minds of many, that the emotional outrage would be considerably less if the dog had lived and the boy died.

Anybody wishing can learn about M-44s, their purposes and how they work, by reading information beginning here.

At the time of this posting, the APHIS website with information about M-44s was not accessible. Perhaps the link will work later.

Or, you can keep believing the Department of Agriculture is blowing up the forests and fields with weapons of mass destruction. Sorry, but the Federal Government reserves the right to use weapons of mass destruction on people, not animals.


Hateful Spite and Wanton Waste


The attending photo, shows a pile of dead deer killed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, to control the ungulate (deer) population at a U.S. military base on the island of Guam. According to the brief report I saw, the killing was done legally, however, disposal of the dead deer wasn’t carried out the way it should have been. That same report states: “We should note, in the past, the dead ungulates would be dispersed to the mayors offices, but liability issues put an end to that practice.”

Liability issues my behind! It’s the hatred of demented perverts, the spite that rules their lives that, with their totalitarian propagandizing and mind manipulation, they are more interested in some sense of protecting animals at all costs, even if the cost is human life. They are disgusting examples of God’s creation.

But the wanton waste? This is food, probably better food than anybody on the island of Guam is eating that they get from the grocery stores that are loaded with food items laced with toxic chemicals. God put these creatures on earth for the benefit of man. Lost in our perverted world is that we should be eating this resource, being thankful to God for it. Instead, we insult God and mock Him, by slaughtering deer and burying it in landfills.

Don’t get me wrong. I understand the need to control deer populations. This is a problem in many places, contrary to the lie that man is destroying everything. But, to deliberately waste good food is insanity. The people of this world are insane.

Take your “lie”ability and stuff it.


Nonsensical Outrage Over USDA Killing 4 Million Animals

EuropeanStarlingIt appears as the typical media barrage of one outlet writing something and the whole world is copying and pasting what one has written without effort to study the facts. Instead, they would rather implement emotional insanity, while casting blame and outrage over something none know anything about. But then, isn’t that the way of things today? In addition, shouldn’t it raise an ounce of suspicion when media outlet after media outlet, including crap posted by democrats in the House Committee on Natural Resources, don’t bother to provide readers with a link to the U.S. Department of Agriculture report showing the data? This way, at least those wanting to discover the truth for themselves can.

I don’t know who the first media outlet was to announce that the U.S. Department of Agriculture, through their Wildlife Services, killed 4,378,456 wild animals. Wildlife Services’ job is to deal with threatening, troublesome, nuisance and dangerous wild animals. Four million animals seems a lot, especially when a person is lazy and willing, by choice, to remain ignorant to facts.

There are many aspects to the events surrounding a year long killing of wild animals, the likes of which the overwhelming majority of us don’t understand. We were not there for each incident and so we don’t know the reasons for killing of wildlife. However, even for a person to take a brief moment out of their useless lives of texting, a lot of simple questions can be answered.

An examination of the report compiled by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) tells us exactly what species was killed, whether that killing was done intentionally or unintentionally, how many states the killing of that species took place, whether the animals were released to another location and how many animals were dispersed from the location in question.

Of the 4,378,456 animals killed, 2,336,840 were listed as “invasive species.” We should be grateful for the removal of invasive species. 31,660 animals were captured and released, including 1,945 invasive species and I don’t know why. 23,759,934 animals were dispersed and not killed. That statistic alone should put everything else into perspective.

But let’s look even closer at those 4.3 million animals some claim feds are murdering. The European starling accounts for 2,058,148 animals, spread out over 46 states, while nearly 5 million were dispersed. Just how many starlings do the animal pervert worshipers need to protect?

His a glance at the larger number of kills and the species involved, in no particular order:

1. Beavers – 24,390
2. Red-winged Blackbirds – 365,141
3. Double-crested Cormorants – 18,656
4. Brown-headed Cowbird – 1,102,097
5. Coyotes – 75,326
6. American Crows – 8,228
7. Mourning Doves – 17,493
8. Canada Geese – 23,155
9. Common Grackle – 173,565
10. Assorted Species of Gulls – 22,000 plus
11. Chestnut and Nutmeg Mannikins – 51,726
12. All Mynas – 10,486
13. Pigeons – 89,054
14. Northern Pikeminnows – 50,812
15. Assorted Prairie Dogs – 58,586
16. Racoons – 11,698
17. Common Raven – 9,126
18. Skunks – 6,324
19. Brown Tree Snake – 18,407
20. Feral Hogs – 31,105
21. Black and Turkey Vultures – 6,498

The overwhelming number of animals killed were birds. There were few game animals with whitetail deer leading the list.In one report I was reading, it said that critics of the animal killing wanted an explanation as to why the number of wild animals killed by Wildlife Services fluctuated up and down. Perhaps simply by someone asking that question is tell-tailing that they haven’t a clue about the fluctuations of wildlife and the circumstances that surround events that causes these animals to become a problem in the first place. In addition, so long as animal perverts want to continue to demand the protection of every single species of animal, Wildlife Services will be killing more than 4 million animals each year.


Internet Spying Disguised as Animal Welfare



Internet Data Monitoring

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), Animal Care (AC), Riverdale, MD, has a requirement for a contractor to provide internet surveillance/data mining for individuals that are conducting Animal Welfare Act or Horse Protection Act regulated activities domestically within the United States.

Animal Care is charged with enforcing the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) and the Horse Protection Act (HPA). The AWA requires that basic standards of care and treatment be provided for regulated animals for commercial sale, used in research, transported commercially, or exhibited to the public. Individuals who operate facilities in these categories must provide their animals with adequate care and treatment in the areas of housing, handling, sanitation, nutrition, water, veterinary care, and protection from extreme weather and temperatures.

The HPA prohibits horses subjected to a practice called soring from participating in shows, sales, exhibitions, or auctions. Soring is a cruel and abusive practice used to accentuate a horse’s gait. It may be accomplished by irritating or blistering a horse’s forelegs through the application of chemicals such as mustard oil or the use of mechanical devices. The HPA also prohibits drivers from transporting sored horses to or from any of these events. APHIS works actively with the horse industry to protect against such abuse and ensure that only sound and healthy horses participate in shows.

USDA, APHIS, Animal Care personnel need to monitor, collect and manage information from Internet sites for regulated activities throughout the United States. We require the expertise of an industry that utilizes technological advancements that can search the broad universe of Internet sources for information on individuals that are conducting regulated activities.

This project is to be designed to evaluate vendor’s Internet Search Engine functionalities, user interface, and data to ensure that the data meets the Animal Care program needs. The results of the 6 month initial pilot project will determine the feasibility of extending the contract.


The vendor shall create modules that shall monitor regulated activities. The module shall provide identification, categorization and analysis of Web sites to identify persons suspected of conducting regulated activities without the required license or registration or illegal activities involving horse shows, sales, exhibitions, or auctions. The jurisdiction of the AWA and HPA are confined to the United States and its territories, so these modules shall only search for these criteria that occur in the United States.
The regulated activities to monitor are grouped into the following seven modules:

1) Sales of animals used as pets (all warm blooded animals)

2) Sales of wild and exotic animals

3) Animals exhibited to the public for compensation

4) Animals used for research, teaching, testing, and experimentation

5) Commercial transportation of animals

6) Horse shows, sales, exhibitions, and auctions (such as Tennessee Walking Horses)

7) Animal auctions

During the initial 6 months period of this contract, the vendor shall monitor two of the predetermined modules above, Sales of animal used as pets; and Horse shows, sales, exhibitions and auctions. After evaluation of the services provided, subsequent modules may be added contingent upon the success of the pilot project, not to exceed the modules listed above. For each module, the contractor shall work with Animal Care personnel to identify the search parameters needed to accomplish each of the modules above.


Project Management: The Contractor shall assign a Project Manager for this initiative to oversee the development of the project, ensure the timely accomplishment of each task and provide the Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR) with a contractor point of contact for this contract.

A. Tasks

The tasks to be accomplished shall include:

1) During the initial 6 months pilot project period of this contract, the contractor shall focus on individuals or businesses engaged in the Sale of Animals Used as Pets; and Horse shows, sales, exhibitions, and auctions.

2) The contractor shall use their data mining and search engine capabilities to scan the entire Internet for businesses or individuals suspected of conducting AWA or HPA regulated activities without the required license or registration or illegal activities involving horse shows, sales, exhibitions, or auctions within the domestic United States and its territories. THE SCAN SHALL BE VIA INTERNET WEB TECHNOLOGY SEARCH ENGINE TOOLS, NOT A HUMAN BEING. The Internet sources include, but are not limited to:

* Global Domain Registrations

* World Wide Web

* Social Networking Web Sites

* Web logs (Blogs)

* IRC/Chat conversations

* Message Boards

* Public email groups and discussion forums

* Usenet Data

* Auctions – eBay.com and Yahoo.com Auctions

3) The Contractor shall collaborate with AC personnel to establish the appropriate search criteria for the identifying individuals or businesses engaged in the Sale of Animals Used as Pets; and Horse shows, sales, exhibitions, and auctions. The contractor shall promptly notify AC if there are any complications with the established search criteria.

4) The Contractor shall meet with AC officials to discuss search criterion in person, by telephone conference call or webinar. No travel costs for contractors are covered under this contract.

5) The Contractor shall make search data from the Sale of Animals Used as Pets; and Horse shows, sales, exhibitions, and auctions modules accessible online to the government via a Web Portal Display. The portal is made up of the following components:

* Dashboard to monitor activity across multiple solutions and users
* Case management system
* Message center
* Permissions-based user access
* Ad-hoc query access to client-specific data
* Ad-hoc query access to Vendor’s database of registered Domain Names

6) Contractor Intelligence Analysts shall review the pool of suspected data items generated by the Internet search tool to identify relevant data from the Internet. Contractor Intelligence Analysts shall summarize the findings as well as highlight the highest priority data according to agreed-upon criteria. The summary shall be delivered monthly via email and to the case management system of the Web Portal Display.

7) The Web Portal Display system shall be fully configured within fifteen (15) business days from receipt of the required Government’s data. The first data from the module shall be available to the Government within thirty days (30) from system configuration.

8.) The Contractor shall provide training on Web Portal Display system for reviewing of reports or search results to the COTR or alternate and AC personnel. Sessions shall be conducted via webinar.

9) Contractor shall provide a “help desk” option, where assistance can be found if questions arise from the reports or search results.