May 1, 2017

Hatred Toward Man and The Perverted Obsession With Animals

Maybe there’s too many people in the world. I have always been told that if you have too much of something, you become programmed not to place as high a value on it. Could be. Maybe it’s just anger. Most people get angry when they have been taken advantage of, used, abused and put away wet, until the next time your tax dollars are needed. Or, it could be that this country, the U.S. of A., that is the people who live here, are a reflection of the leadership in Washington, or the lack thereof. Washington is corrupt, full of hate, perversion, masters of deception and liars. And we wonder why the people are following suit.

I’ve spent a great deal of my life being in some kind of leadership role. I was captain of the football and ski teams in High School, coached several sports at different age levels and owned and operated my own businesses with employees to direct and take care of. I learned a long time ago that when you have others under you, that look to you for guidance, those people become a reflection of their leadership. In short, if you look to man for the answers, instead of the our Creator, the best you can ever do is to be like man.

Whatever the reasons, it is obvious that what is being lost in this country, is the value of the life of a man or a woman. All the reasons I’ve given above are only symptoms of the real problem. The real problem is that there is no focus on God. Where there is no leadership the people will perish. Where there is wrong leadership, the people will blindly follow. Where the moral fiber of a society has deteriorated to a point where it has lost a respect and value for God’s creation of man, often placing more value on other creations without even a recognition of the Creator, more than likely something will happen beyond our means to change that.

I saw and read things today that set me to thinking. They also disturbed me to see it. But more importantly very few others can see or recognize what’s really happening. What they see is but a programmed response, usually in the form of some kind of binary thought process of Right and Left, republican or democrat, liberal and conservative – a false paradigm of destruction.

I was watching Fox and Whiners this morning as the fake media controlled puppets spouted off about issues. A particular issue was about the supposed rape of a 14-year-old girl in a Maryland school, by two illegal immigrants, ages of 18 and 17. I have to be honest that when I watch any “news” I pay little attention to the “message” that is trying to be delivered to and by the automatons and focus on finding bits of truths, which is the only way of figuring out what’s really going on.

Before me flashed an interview of a woman. It matters not who she is or represents. It’s about what she said. I can only paraphrase because I can’t find the interview, but I’m quite accurate in telling of her comments. Without making comment on the 14-year-old rape victim, her focus was not really on the two alleged rapists either, but on the issue of immigration. She said that it didn’t matter that the two rapists were illegal immigrants. That had nothing to do with the act. She pointed out that there are bad people everywhere and this was but another example of the display of bad people’s behavior.

It was clear to me that her objective was to allow anyone to enter this country regardless of their criminal background, and that the raping of one 14-year-old girl was just a part of going about her business for her personal ideology. One has to wonder if she would feel the same if she or her daughter were raped by illegal immigrants.

On a completely different subject matter, but with the same focus, I read an editorial in a Wisconsin online newspaper from a person who was trying to protect wolves. As a bit of background, Wisconsin and other Great Lakes area states, have been trying to battle the Courts to remove gray wolves from the Endangered Species Act protection in order that the state can have more direct control of management of the animal. As the Courts have had the upper hand in wolf matters for over 2 decades, the people have had to resort to getting Congress to pass legislation that, not only removes the Federal protections, but prohibits any challenges in court to the legislative rules.

The editorial writer said that the majority of all wolves were good wolves and the few bad ones, are bad because man caused them to be bad. The writer directly addressed attacks on people by wolves and bears, essentially saying that the loss of the life of a man or his property was just something that we were going to have to put up with because it was unethical to kill animals.

What’s missing from both stories is the lack of any compassion for man. What have we become? The great American Society has become one of hate and anger directed at anyone with a different political perspective. We talk of actual killing another because they are different. Think about that. It is the nature of man to have independent thoughts. Who am I to sit in judgement of one’s thoughts? What we think are independent thoughts are nothing more than the reverberations of the automatic echo chambers of hate. It’s not pretty.

People say we are a Godly nation. We may be a gODLY nation but we are certainly not a nation whose focus is on God (Yehwah) our Creator, the only and Almighty God of the Universe. Americans, and especially the leaders of this country are lying fakes who verbalize their relationship with God while stabbing their fellow man in the back for personal gain and achievement.

This nation is in trouble. The world is in trouble. It appears that the deeper in it we get, the more the people have been programmed to turn to man for the answers. I have to tell you, man does not have any answers.

BUT DON’T GO LOOK!

Wolf Summit II – Focus on Wisconsin

A Most Excellent Quote of How Statistics Prove Statistics Can Prove Anything

In a rapidly growing email exchange about effects of ungulates, particularly deer, on forests, I read the following most excellent statement contained within a larger E-mail response:

“…if folks want to play with words or numbers, as I’ve often seen done in the name of “science”, one could produce almost any number desired.  For example, why stop at a group of deer in a deer yard?  How about a doe and fawn standing on 10 sq. ft. of ground?  That compounds out to 5,575,680 deer per sq. mile.”

Wolf Summit II: Focus on Wisconsin

Wisconsin Politicians Send Letter to Congress Seeking Wolf Delisting

The Time is Now

Submitted by: Senator Tom Tiffany and Representative Adam Jarchow [Wisconsin]

With the election cycle coming to an end, it is time for Congress to tackle the looming gray wolf problem in the Great Lakes states.  To put it plainly, the federal government has failed residents of the Great Lakes region on this issue and it is time to come together to delist the wolf from the endangered species list once and for all. Senator Ron Johnson and Congress Reid Ribble introduced the State Wolf Population Management Bill (S.2281) with language removing the gray wolf from the Endangered Species List in Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Wyoming. This language has also been added to the Senate version of the North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act of 2016. We feel this language should be passed as soon as possible to return wolf management back to the states.

It is now time for Senator Tammy Baldwin to step forward and offer leadership on the Democratic-side of the aisle just as Senator John Tester (D-MT) did out west.  We understand this is an uncomfortable issue for Senator Baldwin because of her home in Madison.  However, she was elected to represent the entire state, and we encourage her to take a bold step to heed the will of the people who are most affected by the runaway wolf population–rural Wisconsinites.

Nearly 200 concerned citizens attended the Great Lakes Wolf Summit held in Cumberland in September and proved that delisting of the grey wolf is a bi-partisan issue. While we can all agree that the wolf has a place on the landscape, Wisconsin should not be a wolf sanctuary. Senator Baldwin has the opportunity to help reduce the number of tragic losses of family pets and livestock lost to an out-of-control wolf population in Wisconsin. In the past, Wisconsin has proven to be capable of managing our wolf population and now is the time to return control to the states.

Flood of Pet Dogs Killed by Wolves in Wisconsin Continues – GRAPHIC IMAGE

 

  • On August 5th 2016, Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves injured a seven-year-old Walker hound in the Town of Solon Springs, Douglas County.
  • On August 6th, Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves depredated (killed) a two-year-old Walker hound and a two-year-old Walker/Plott hound in the Town of Delta, Bayfield County.
  • August 12th, Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves depredated (killed) a 3-year-old Walker hound. It was killed on 8/12/16 in the Township of Drummond, Bayfield Co.
  • August 13th, Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves depredated (killed) a 4-year-old Walker hound. It was killed on 8/13/16 in the Township of Drummond, Bayfield Co.
  • August 13th, Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves depredated (killed) a 2½-year-old Black and Tan hound and a 2½-year-old Bluetick hound. Both were killed on 8/13/16 in the Township of Drummond, Bayfield Co.
  • August 13th Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves depredated (killed) a 4-year-old Plott hound. It was killed on 8/13/16 in the Town of Tipler, Florence Co. <<<Read the Rest at Ammoland>>>

Note: The comments following the Ammoland article are entertaining.

 

 

Environmentalists Petition Feds Seeking ESA Listing for Moose

Described as a “subspecies” of moose, the animal in parts of Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota has received attention in the form of a petition to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to place the subspecies (Alces alces andersoni) on the Endangered Species Act list for federal protection.

Readers need to be made aware of certain lies that are always told the people, by both the petitioners and the Federal and State Governments. As an example, the USFWS said in response to the petition, “This substantial 90-day finding initiates a rigorous status review in which the Service will determine whether the species warrants listing under the Endangered Species Act.” It is doubtful this will happen. We already know that the USFWS does not have (at their convenience – wink, wink) the resources to do this and historically, we know they do just as they damn well please. They run rough shod over anything or anybody who stands in the way of them fulfilling their agendas. (Visit the Mexican wolf introduction fiasco)

We also find this enormous lie: “To ensure the process is comprehensive and the final determination is based on the best available scientific and commercial data, the Service has opened a 60-day comment period to solicit relevant information from the public.” There are two important aspects of this statement that are flat out false. One is that the USFWS is seeking “best available science.” They are not and never have. Best Available Science is what they determine works best for them. They hand select whatever information is given to them, if it fits their narrative, and deliberately and irresponsibly disregard the rest. This we have seen often through the history of the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

The second aspect is that they are seeking “relevant information from the public.” It is relevant only if they deem it to be so. When I thoroughly examined the Environmental Impact Statement devised by the USFWS as a requirement of introduction of gray wolves into the Northern Rockies (see my book Wolf: What’s to Misunderstand?), it became very clear that all information the USFWS placed front and center was only information that could be used to support their wish to introduce the gray wolves. Every issue that the USFWS listed as unimportant, are, at present, the only important issues that the American people are facing today. What then, does that tell us about this fascist and rigged government structure we are now forced to live under?

Therefore, we all should be made aware that the process that is undertaken by the petitioners, as well as the Federal Government, is a rigged farce. Moose will be listed or not listed depending upon first, what the USFWS wants to do, and second, how much money is in for the petitioners. In reality, the status of the moose is immaterial. It’s about the status of the rigged political process that is the ONLY determining factor. All else is nothing but smoke and mirrors. It’s not about moose. It’s about political ideology.

The environmentalists, pretending that they are actually concerned about the preservation of anything other than their bank accounts, believe that listing the moose as an endangered animal will allow for the needed protections to save the “subspecies.” Because Isle Royale is included in this listing proposal, will environmentalists work to keep moose protected on the island by killing wolves?

As always, we can sit back and watch the dog and pony show. Perhaps the environmentalists need some money and so the USFWS will play their usual game of pretending in order that you and I have to pay some more tax dollars to cover the legal costs of the environmentalists because the Government could not chose not to fulfill their end of the rigged process.

Predator control in the North

Wolf experts agreed that wolf numbers have fully recovered and they are reestablishing farther south near cities where they were never intended to be. Wolves at present cannot be controlled because of lawsuits filed by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). This lawsuit takes away the states’ (DNR) right to manage our wolf population. Wolf numbers are at record levels, we should be celebrating the successful wolf reestablishment under the Endangered Species Act, but no, HSUS is spending its funds through litigation to take away our state’s rights to manage our wolf population.

Source: Predator control in the North – The Lakeland Times – Minocqua, Wisc.

Farmer: Coyote attack kills five steers near Birnamwood 

*Editor’s Comment* – A common expression many of us often hear when we are relaying stupidity: “You can’t make this stuff up.” I used to believe that but no longer. It is “made up,” in one sense of its meaning. The stupidity, actually ignorance, is made up. It’s created by man and promoted by man – men blind with ignorance and bred to never question.

Now we have a story of a “pack of coyotes” killing five steers in Wisconsin and it is believed to be fact. Because it was not a “protected” predator, i.e. wolf, no compensation will come to the owner of the livestock.

But here’s the deal. The United States has become an animal perverted society. By that I mean, everyone loves animals more than humans. Everyone has a dog, or six, that they live with, sleep with, cuddle with, eat with, are intimate with, are cared for better than humans, etc. In these people’s tiny, mentally ill minds, all animals are fun and cute and must be protected. Dogs seem to be at the root of the perversion.

Dogs are dogs and any dog, presented with the right set of circumstances – the circumstances of which are easy to create – will copulate with another dog. It matters not whether that dog is feral or domestic, wolf or coyote, wolf or domestic dog, coyote or domestic dog, the act happens. And, the act is happening more and more the more that the perverted citizens of this country continue to think all of these canines are cute and cuddly and need protecting.

It has become so bad, the ignorance and blind perversion that is, that I saw a photograph recently that someone claimed to have taken that showed it to be a “wolf.” The “wolf” was a mongrel with obvious white poodle genes. (This is another example of “made-up” intelligence.)

So long as the perverts want to continue to protect all animals, and in this case all “puppies” then they should be required to pay for their perversion.  Any dog, it matters not what year, make or model, tame or wild, that causes damage to anyone for any reason, that person will be compensated in an equitable manner. Licensing of dogs should cost no less that $250.00 per animal to cover the property loss and destruction. This will be adjusted up or down as the need calls.

Where any animal that resembles a dog can be a wolf, no animal the resembles a wolf can be a wolf if it does something bad. These perverts want to protect doggies then let them pay for it. If the price tag gets high enough, maybe they will think…..there I go again thinking they would think.

A coyote attack killed five Black Angus yearling steers, but the farmers who own them said Wednesday they worry wolves could have been involved.

Source: Farmer: Coyote attack kills five steers near Birnamwood – WAOW – Newsline 9, Wausau News, Weather, Sports

Wisconsin Families Afield Bill Approved by Senate Committee

Press Release from the Sportsmen’s Alliance:

On Jan. 5, the Wisconsin Sporting Heritage, Mining and Forestry Committee approved legislation that would allow parents to decide at which age their kids begin to hunt. The bill also removes a prohibition that prevented both mentors and newcomers from using a firearm or bow on a hunt. Senate Bill 301 represents the latest progress by Families Afield, a national coalition founded by the Sportsmen’s Alliance, the National Shooting Sports Foundation and the National Wild Turkey Federation. The coalition’s mission, which is also supported by the National Rifle Association and Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, is to lower the barriers that prevent newcomers from trying hunting.

Wisconsin originally became a Families Afield state in 2009 by establishing a mentored hunting program that allowed an experienced mentor to take a newcomer hunting prior to the completion of hunter education. Previously, young people could not begin hunting until age 12, and were required to complete hunter education to be eligible.

However, the legislature left two significant restrictions in place that need to be addressed. While mentored hunting is permissible, the state requires that participants must be at least 10 years of age. Only seven Families Afield states have an age restriction this high, while 34 allow parents to make the decision about when their kids begin to hunt. Second, Wisconsin is one of only four Families Afield states that prohibit both the mentor and the apprentice to possess a firearm or bow. The rest allow the mentor to make that decision. Both of these restrictions are a disincentive to hunting participation. Research continues to prove year after year that mentored hunters are the safest hunters in the woods.

Senate Bill 301, sponsored by Terry Moulton, R-Chippewa Falls, would remove both the 10-year-old restriction and the one-gun requirement. The changes, which brings Wisconsin in line with neighboring Michigan and Minnesota, were approved by the committee by a vote of 3-2. SB 301 is supported in Wisconsin by the Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association, Wisconsin Bowhunters Association and the Wisconsin Chapters of Safari Club International.