September 23, 2019

Open Thread – 6th Day, 9th Month, 2019, 7th Millennium

What’s That Mean????

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The Two faces Of Superman Running In The Land of Confusion

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Ronald Reagan Plenipotentiary Library

Face of the Angel of the Bottomless Pit.. Reagan served Satan.

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Maine: More Moose Permits, Fewer Deer Permits

According to the Portland Press Herald, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW), with approval from the Wildlife Advisory Council, is going to increase the number of moose permits up to 2,820, up from 2,500 last year. No reason for the increase was given in the article.

It would seem that MDIFW is heading in the right direction, in tiny increments, in issuing more moose permits to further mitigate the winter tick problem…if that is the real reason for increasing the moose permits by 320 permits.

It appears that MDIFW is planning to reduce the number of “Any-Deer Permits” (ADP) after a record number of 84,745 permits were issued (recklessly) last year.

According to the article, MDIFW head deer biologist, Nathan Bieber, stated that for the first time in over a decade, the department exceeded their doe-harvest objectives – 9,659 does tagged, objective was 8,959.

The question has never been honestly answered as to why doe harvest objectives were not being reached. In an attempt to convince somebody as to why this year the objective was reached, the news article states: “There were three rainy weekend days during the fall hunt last season, making for poor hunting conditions on days most hunters go out. As a result, many hunters who were unable to harvest a buck earlier in the season took advantage of their any-deer tags so they didn’t go home empty handed.”

Seriously? I’m not even sure I want to respond to this. I guess when you don’t have a clue one excuse is as good as another. It may be true, it may not. Am I being unrealistic to expect that in order to responsibly manage deer a manager should have a good handle on the demographics of what’s taking place and why they can’t seem to meet doe-harvest objectives without some kind of weather phenomenon?

At least one thing was accomplished last deer season even if it was at the peril of the deer herd. MDIFW was able to get the total deer harvest up to a number that exceeds abysmal. Keep pumping out those ADPs and in time MDIFW won’t need a head deer biologist.

Help Wanted: MDIFW is looking for a head piping plover biologist. No experience necessary.

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No NAZI Philosophy In The U.S. Aye? BS!

And both political parties delivered it to you…

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Advice and Suggestions to the Maine Department of Fish and Wildlife

A reader sent me a copy of the Maine Sportsman, specifically George Smith’s article about his “advise” to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW). After reading it, I thought perhaps I would offer something similar. Sometimes I am accused of being only critical of the MDIFW seldom offering constructive criticism or even suggestions on better or different ways in which to do things.

Smith writes of the need to “unlock that door” that prohibits visitors access to the commissioner of the MDFIW. I understand the concept and how convenient it would be to just “drop in” someday and chat with the commissioner. I would like to think that the real situation playing at the offices of the MDIFW has more to do with security than a want to lock themselves up and separate them from the public. I might be wrong. We do live in a strange time in which most people are always aware and subjected to enhanced security measures.

TURKEYS

George writes about what he would do about turkey management and the role that hunting plays in that management. For the most part I think he brings up some good points, i.e. too many turkeys, too few hunters, and the barrier of license fees that prohibit more people from trying or getting involved in turkey hunting and harvesting a turkey that would aide the MDIFW with their management goals.

Originally, I had thought that Smith’s idea of including turkey hunting as part of a Big Game Hunting License wouldn’t fly because the MDIFW would not be willing to give up that revenue from turkey license fees. Is there a trade-off here? Will somehow opening up the turkey season to reduced cost (and loss of fees to MDIFW) be made up in other ways? Perhaps.

I think that consensus must be reached as to whether there are too many turkeys and how critical it is that turkey populations be reduced. If, more people gained interest in turkey hunting, perhaps down the road, as populations came more in line with management goals, turkey license fees could be levied again. If a reduction in the number of turkeys is urgently needed, and I think if we haven’t gotten there yet we soon will, then the MDIFW must do what is expedient to make the reductions in numbers necessary to be responsible for the healthy management of these game birds.

FISHERIES

Fisheries is far from my strong point and knowledge base. I am not at all that qualified to offer the MDIFW advice on how to specifically manage the fisheries in the State of Maine. How fortunate for some.

MOOSE

Odd isn’t it, in many ways, that some are opposed to the reduction of moose populations to mitigate the winter ticks’ destruction of the moose herd but think nothing about advocating the complete destruction of a herd of deer to get rid of Lyme disease. Perhaps if more evidence pointed a finger at the health risk to humans from the winter tick, mindsets might change.

I have written extensively on Maine’s moose and what I believe to be the need to bring the moose population in Maine to levels that seriously reduce the presence and perpetuation of winter ticks that are inhumanely and unnecessarily causing moose to suffer and die during long and cold winters.

Smith laments about the loss of businesses associated with moose watching now that Mother Nature took over where wildlife management failed. During the heyday of the overgrown moose populations, some scrambled and took advantage, as any good entrepreneur might do, looking for ways to exploit the abundant moose for profit. It might have been fun while it lasted but the lesson that should be learned here might be at what price do we exploit any wildlife animal for lucre? As grown adults we should see that having enough moose around that many got into the business of moose watching tours was but a flash in that pan. Time to move on. We have learned that attempting to grow moose in numbers for capitalistic enterprises is a terrible thing to do to the animal – part of the downside of attempting to manage any species while being driven by social demands.

More recent studies are suggesting what some of us knew a long time ago – that too many moose was the cause of the aggressive expanse of winter ticks resulting in high mortality rates on the large beast.

The MDIFW should move quickly to determine at what population Maine’s moose will be most healthy while still providing opportunities for Maine residents to harvest a moose and fill their freezers.

I suggest that the MDIFW, once establishing moose populations, based on sound science and not social demands, issue enough permits or a long enough season to bring the population under a control that reduces the tick infestation. Once that is accomplished, permit for the future can be issued accordingly. Letting Mother Nature do the job is not only irresponsible but is a waste of a terrific natural resource.

DEER

Smith tells readers that the MDIFW stopped managing deer in northern Maine and only “manages” moose. I don’t know if this is actually an official position taken by the MDIFW, but it appears there is at least quite a bit of evidence to support that statement.

Smith claims that because Maine failed to protect winter habitat in Northern and Western Maine, the deer herd “was lost.” I concur the deer herd was lost but I think it had other influences than just a loss of habitat. A lot of things have changed over the years, one thing being the behavior of the deer. While deer are learning how to adapt to that loss of winter habitat, we humans remain locked in our unadaptable behavior of insisting on things being the way they were when our fathers hunted the whitetails.

Each time I have listened to the worn out excuse that deer have disappeared because of loss of winter habitat, I have always asked why, if that is true, thousands of acres of old winter habitat, still in winter habitat condition, is void of deer? Never an answer.

Loss of winter habitat in the classical sense, can and does have an effect on the deer population. Attempting to somehow “manage” deer to return to unwanted winter habitat, is an example of managers failing to learn and adjust to changes of the deer population and their habits. When we see this failure, one can’t help but wonder how much we can rely on the deer managers “estimate” of deer populations and other management shortcomings.

We failed to learn quickly enough that attempting to manage moose populations at high enough levels that tourism benefitted, the moose herd suffered terribly due to exposure and anemia from blood sucking winter ticks. Deer populations are suffering but perhaps in different ways because the ecosystem in which they have traditionally comfortably inhabited have and are changing. The deer are adapting as best they can but our management tactics are not. Evidently the preference is to give up.

Too many moose compete with deer. Too many large predators kill deer and fawns and this is challenging the stability of the deer population and in some places we are witnessing the unsustainability of a deer herd. Are we to just blame it on loss of winter habitat and Climate Change or should we be responsible stewards of our wild game animals?

If we are to mitigate the cause for the lack of deer in portions of Northern and Western Maine, isn’t the responsible thing to do is to reduce the bear and coyote populations to give the deer a chance? If we simply stop deer management because loss of habitat and Climate Change is the excuse, what then can we expect of all of our game and wildlife species going forward?

Managers have a responsibility to care for all of these game species. Giving up on one species in certain areas, tells me that there is lack of knowledge and poor management skills involved. The epitome of wildlife management failures is giving in to some man’s fictitious notion that the globe is warming and the northern border of the whitetail deer’s habitat is moving south, while our neighbors to the north continue to work at managing their deer. If Climate Change is causing such chaos that is forcing the destruction of habitat for deer, then it makes sense that other more northern species are migrating south according to the changes. Is this happening? No. A warming climate, as claimed, should be reducing the affects of severe winters. Is that happening? No.

There’s little more that managers can do to stop the perceived reduction of winter habit and deer habitat in general short of demanding more totalitarian tactics to take property and property rights away from people and corporations. It’s easy, from afar, to stand in judgement over landowners, demanding they relinquish their rights as property owners in order to enhance the habitat of any wild animal. The tough part to deer management is maximizing what is left and working in earnest to make the best of what we have. Even if deer densities in Northern and Western Maine aren’t at ideal levels, is that reason enough to simply walk away and say, we tried?

There is no need to kill off all the coyotes/wolves in Maine or reduce bear populations to levels that give us more deer than are needed to balance a very valuable resource. All that is stopping this effort is the MDIFW’s insistence on caving to social demands. I suppose to them in the short term it is easier to cave in than to stand up to those demands supported by strong scientific evidence. And that may be the actual problem. Does the MDIFW have or want the strong scientific evidence?

BEAR

The MDIFW has a very good bear study program. Some claim that program is the envy of all other fish and wildlife departments. Only radical animal rights groups or individuals would argue that there are too many bear. The MDIFW publicly admits they need to reduce the bear population, but so far, have done little to solve that problem. Perhaps they are moving at a speed that only politics and social demands allow them. Time for change.

Having too many bears presents several problems – public safety and a disruption of population goals of other species such as deer and moose. Fortunately, bear hibernate, otherwise God only knows what kind of destruction they would wreak on weakened deer in deer wintering areas.

Some studies suggest that the presence of bear has more negative impact on deer than do coyotes/wolves. Maybe the current studies that the MDIFW are conducting on moose and deer will help us gain better understanding on this concept.

Regardless, it appears Maine must reduce bear populations. But how? One problem that jumps out immediately is the power of the guides and outfitters placing demands on the MDIFW to manage bears according to their wishes that would best maximize their business profits. While it is understandable that this is important to the private enterprises, should the MDIFW continue to allow increased public safety concerns and actual reductions in deer populations, and perhaps even moose, simply to appease these groups? Of course not, but when will the MDIFW move to do anything about it? Perhaps the time is now.

Like with turkey hunting, Maine needs to find easier and less expensive ways to encourage more hunters to take up the challenge. Hunters that have little interest in bear hunting might change their mind if hunting bear were part of a Big Game License all the time during open season on bear.

Bag limits should be raised. The late summer bear hunt should have a minimum of a two-bear limit – perhaps three in some areas. If that doesn’t do the trick, then a Spring bear hunt may be necessary. Regulations can be employed to mitigate the killing of cubs as has been proven in other places that have Spring bear hunts.

The MIDFW has done a respectable job of working to ward off the radical animal rights groups bent on closing down bear hunting. They should increase and improve this effort to include everything they do with wildlife management. Two bear referendums have proven that maintaining a passive posture and making management decisions based on social demands is not only irresponsible, but ridiculous, almost childish. If wildlife managers and their administration don’t have or believe the science necessary to responsibly managed their wildlife, they should be out of a job. There should be little room given to social demands when it comes to scientifically managing game.

OPERATIONS

There are certain aspects of running a fish and game department that should be within the control of the commissioner, who, of course, answers to the governor. Open and closed seasons should be within the control of the commissioner. That person, along with the managers and biologists in the department, are the ones who should know what is going on and what is needed, not the Humane Society of the United States, other animal rights groups, or even the Legislature. Such social and political powers spoil any scientific approach at wildlife management. It may take an act of the Legislature to effect such changes.

We live in a time where these powerful animal rights and environmentalists have gained control over our factories of higher indoctrination. The result of this is now showing up in our fish and game departments where the concerns are more about the “rights” of animals and away from a consumptive, use of a natural resources approach to wildlife management.

Scientifically, it has been proven that the North American Model of Wildlife Management works. Those opposed to this form of wildlife management know this and have been working tireless to “change the way wildlife management is discussed.” Along with this has come the social demands to place equal rights and protections on animals as are given to humans.

Outdoor advocates, hunters, trappers, fishermen, as well as all those who understand and believe in the necessity of consumptive use to best manage and control wildlife, should demand that the commissioner be more selective and demanding of those that are hired as biologists and wildlife managers. Candidates should be screened as to their idealism and positions on animal rights and hunting, fishing, and trapping. To responsibly utilize hunting and fishing as part of the overall plans for wildlife management, cannot have room for animal rights advocates or those opposed to this system.

Some have called for money from general taxation to support the MDIFW. It is my opinion this would be a very big mistake. First of all, before any MORE money is dumped in the lap of this department, a complete audit should be undertaken so that all will know exactly what every penny is spent on and where every penny comes from to run the department. If more money is needed, then that has to come from fee increases and not from general taxation. Here’s why.

With money sent to the MDIFW from general taxation, along with it will be demands from the general taxpayer for bigger representation. This opens the door even further for more infiltration by environmentalists who want to “change the way we discuss wildlife management.”

We have seen this already. Where once the MDIFW used to be the department of fish and game, other states have gotten rid of their fish and game names completely, replaced with departments of natural resources.

With a weakening of the managerial understanding and knowledge of how wildlife management should run, further expedites the dreaded end to responsible wildlife management, replaced by VooDoo Science and Romance Biology.

The only way the MDIFW can survive as a bonafide fish and game department is if it remains out of the control of Environmentalism.

The MDIFW does many things well. Some things they have little control over. Certainly there is room for improvement and if others, like me, realize that if we don’t do something to change those things that are sending us in the wrong direction and away from the North American Model of Wildlife Management, the good that we enjoy now will soon be lost. Let’s not let that happen.

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Who Was Edward Abby

Every time I’ve seen pics of Abby I think of John Huston.. I wonder who Edward Abby was.. Which famous actor played the Abby role.. Jason Robards? John Huston? I don’t know, I can only speculate.. The only thing concerning Abby That I’m certain of is Edward Abby was a character played by a very clever and talented actor.. A controlled opposition operative.. Abby was Hayduke.. Abby was Jack Burns.. Abby like most of those infamous writers was fantasizing through his writing about being that hero.. Like L’mour fantasizing about being the bad ass expert with guns and fists hero in his western novels.. It’s all the same..

Thats John Huston in a 007 movie..

Huston again..

Edward Abby..

Edward Abby..

Jason Robards

Edward Abby

Edward Abby









Abby wrote desert solitaire, The Monkey Wrench Gang, The Brave Cowboy, and several other interesting books with clever messages to socially indoctrinate influence whoever read them.. The Brave Cowboy became a movie starring many of Huston’s good friends..

I can prove none of this suspicious speculation.. I can have fun with it..

Hayduke Lived on me thinks… The Brave Jack Burns live on too.. By the way all of these guys careers and passing was by the numbers, gematria.. And part of their “Hermeticism” show is the practice of pseudo-scientific magic adopted by the Masons for their amazingly flawed deceptions show.. Edward Abby was in on it…

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The Good Luciferian versus the Bad Luciferian Political Shit Show… Don’t be duped…

The Luciferian Doctrine is everywhere. It is all around us.. Even now, in every household of this very nation. You can see it when you look out your window or when you turn on your television. You can hear it when you turn on your radio. It’s in the movies, in the music, in the politics, in the legalisms, in the sciences.. It is even in your consciousness. It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth. … Born into a prison that you cannot see smell or taste or touch. When you hear others speaking of how they can see, hear, taste it even touch it you think of them as insane.. The Luciferian Doctrine is as ancient as the hills.. It is the snakeskin covered flesh you reside in. The human host prison garment. The theft of the creation code by rebellious angels fallen from The Kingdom of Heaven.. The masses for centuries have been being initiated into Luciferianism and they don’t even know it.. It’s the Vatican=Divine Serpent owned United Kingdom, The United States, THEIR Atlantic Chartered United Nations, the International/National world system. It is the Family of Luciferian Nations. It is the law of Luciferian Nations. It is Luciferian International Law. It is Luciferian Nationalism.. It is every collectivist contractual agreement in history.. It is the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Privileges.. It is this very openly Luciferian U.S. collectivist corporate establishment. The cleverest mechanism of slavery ever formulated by devious malicious Luciferians.. This Penalty Colony for Exiles is their World.. The Kingdom of their enemy Yeshushua the real Christ is not of this world.. The Luciferian’s are gods who are Elohiym who were Angels.. H430.. The Supreme Most High Lord God = elyon el-yone…H3068..He will end their deception soon..

Definition of Dupe = A victim of deception…





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Open Thread – 29th Day, 1st Month, 2019

Oh, Al Baby! Al, Al, Al.

Please use this open thread to post your ideas, information, and comments about issues not covered in articles published on this website. Thank you.

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YHWH’s Timepiece Explained

2018 Ancient Hebrew Enochian Lunisolar Calendar.

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