May 27, 2020

Operation COVID-19: Coronavirus Spread by Farting?

I did post a short article about how Operation COVID-19, with each passing day, seems to, through the complicit Media, give us more and more symptoms and side effects.

And then we have an unending list of how we can become infected by this brand of coronavirus. It seems that just about the time the public begins to get a bit more “comfortable” with the new normal – self-imprisonment, fear, insanity, etc. – the Media begins another round of how you and I are going to die from catching coronavirus from yet another unusual way, from a man-made disease that was designed to have no cure.

The latest? From farting. No, really. I guess you can make this “shit” (sorry) up. But no fear. So long as someone who tests (80% false positives) positive for coronavirus is farting with their clothes on, the clothes act just like that stupid mask you are wearing on your face, supposedly trapping the juicy aerosols loaded with coronavirus coming out your butt. Why don’t people just wrap themselves in plastic wrap?

So, how do we know that somebody wearing a dress or a skirt is actually wearing an aerosol-trapping diaper? Don’t we need another governor or president issuing yet another dictatorial order, complete with imprisonment and hefty fines for farting in public places? Is there a chip implant, an invisible “tattoo,” or a digital “capsule” that will tell the totalitarian progressives who is and who isn’t going commando, and who was the guilty party who farted at the meat counter of your local supermarket? I mean, just think about how difficult it is going to be to find out who issued the silent but deadly one – kind of puts a new twist on “silent but deadly.” Who’d a thought it?

It seems that a living being spreads coronavirus. There’s but one solution to those who fear for their lives (we used to go to school when it snowed too). Remember the movie Soylent Green? Well, mandatory testing is but one way to find out who is a spreader and who isn’t (wink-wink). Obviously, mandatory chip implanting is the only way to go. Of course that “chip” can tell “trackers” anything they want to know (whether they can actually do that or not matters not. People will believe anything.) Once an undesirable is “detected,” a well-trained army of search and destroy commandos, move in within minutes to capture and whisk away the infected (much like those toxic “inert” nanoparticles), kill them, bake them in an oven and turn the remains into a “healthy” protein drink.

Farting is, more than likely, the result of eating food, i.e. a natural function of sustaining life. With the push on during Operation COVID-19 to change or rid the world of the food supplies we have grown up and died with, I’m sure artificial foods are engineered to rid the world of human flatulence. No more threat of spreading deadly diseases. Of course the artificial food will kill you much quicker that any “novel” coronavirus, but that’s not the point.

That’s never the point.

But don’t go look!

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Can You Handle the Truth About Wolves and Coronavirus?

An article by James Beers

I have received several questions lately about what is known about whether wolves are vectors (i.e. “carry”) the virus that causes coronavirus and if so, can they infest people, dogs, campgrounds and rural home-sites, etc. in their wide-ranging nighttime foraging in the settled landscapes of The Lower 48 States.  The answer – like so much about these Government Issue (GI) large predators like wolves and grizzlies increasingly absorbed into federal jurisdiction and protection or cougars and black bears simultaneously being given more and more State protection (and less and less management and control) – is that government and their radical environment supporters, and protectors must have told the media that you couldn’t handle the truth so it is downplayed, derided or ignored.


“They” might not get the votes in Colorado in November to voluntarily impose wolves on Rural Colorado if you knew too much.  Those Seattle voters would be less likely to browbeat the State Wildlife Agency to spread and protect wolves or to strongly oppose spreading grizzly bears over a wide swath of the rest of the State.  Idaho wouldn’t commit the millions they are considering to reduce wolves to a low level and keep them there. Montana voters will not make it a high priority to fight the continued dabbling by the courts into how, when, and where the many wolves in the State can be controlled, reduced and maintained in the State, thereby chipping away at the lie everywhere that the feds will “delist the wolves” in The Lower 48 States instead of just tying the State’s hands, forcing them to maintain growing wolf densities and pay for it all out of state wildlife funds to bankrupt the State wildlife management programs and hunting.  Great Lakes State’s rural residents, ranchers, hunters and campers might not continue their “good child” demeanor about all the lies and dissembling by federal and State politicians, bureaucrats, and environmentalists that despite endless promises and excuses for years about “delisting”, they are “still working on it and not to call them, they’ll call you”.

You will notice that any news about wolves and coronavirus could upset a lot of apple carts especially throughout the West and the Great Lakes States.  If the “natives”; especially those out of work, those quarantined in their homes, those with dogs, and all those so recently schooled about how easily and quickly the coronavirus is spread; heard that wolves carry the virus and spread it in their far and wide wanderings in, around and through human areas: why, they might get pretty restless.

Here is what seems to be the case.

1.    A recent “study” of wolves in Yellowstone Park reported, “We know that nearly all wolves in Yellowstone become infected with canine parvovirus, canine adenovirus-1, and canine herpesvirus at some point in their lives. We have also detected canine coronavirus-1, canine adenovirus-2, and Bordetella bronteseptica; but currently we have no estimate of how common these infections are or their impacts (although they can cause severe illness in domestic dogs).”  Obtaining a copy of this study was difficult and I have not seen any reporting of it.  Long story short, the -1 is not differentiated from the current -19 you see and hear about daily.  This indicates the strong possibility that if wolves carry it; other canines (coyotes, dingos, dogs, jackals) very likely carry it.

2.    There is no literature that I can find on the biology of wild canines carrying or transmitting the coranovirus to humans.  Paradoxically, there is an endless string of “studies” on protecting the only canine we sleep with and treat like “a member of the family” the pet dog.  They mostly assure us that Fido is not in danger of getting coronavirus in our home if we take precautions around the dog like not coughing on them and making frequent $$ veterinarian visits.  But…

3.    An article in LIVESCIENCE reports, “A pet dog that contracted a “low-level” COVID-19 infection from its owner has now died, according to news reports. The owner has not allowed the dog to be autopsied, so the exact cause of death remains unknown.”   “ The dog’s owner, a 60-year-old woman, first tested positive for COVID-19 on Feb. 25 and was hospitalized at the time, according to the news report. She returned home on March 8 after recovering from the illness. The genetic makeup of the virus found in people and the virus found in the woman’s Pomeranian appeared similar, the AFCD reported. “The [gene] sequence results indicate that the virus likely spread from the infected persons and subsequently infected the dog,” they noted in a statement.”

So this what I have found out.  The US government and media do not want to recognize any coronavirus danger to humans from wolves, coyotes, or dogs.  Addressing the “worry” about humans infecting some poor “fixed” “rescue” dog is another matter.

If a Pomeranian, died from being infected by an infected human, then it is pretty likely a wolf or coyote could be infected as well but it also means the reverse: that a canine (wolf, coyote or dog) could infect a human through just as many possibilities (sneezing, coughing, leaving saliva, etc.) on things in yards or on things other animals mouth or lick and then bring into the house or leave it when they lick furniture or children or cuts on adult’s hands, etc.

I can hear it already, “what does Beers’ know?” and “there are no studies or data supporting this, it is all fiction!”  All I know, like Will Rogers, is what I read in the paper plus in this instance what I don’t read in all the non-existent “studies” by those bureaucrats running this runaway train.

Allow me to observe, that you and I clearly “can’t stand the truth” otherwise we would be told the truth even though it would disrupt all these government schemes to vacate rural America and eliminate everything from hunting and trapping to logging, grazing and gun possession. LOL!

So wolves, coyotes and dogs can carry the coronavirus and they sneeze, cough and leave saliva.  Thus they can and you can bet they are doing their bit; as perhaps the widest-ranging large animal out there, the wolf, is doing more than their fair share in rural America as you read this.  Not to worry though, like “delisting the wolf”, “we have some more work to do and when we get it done, don’t call us, we’ll call you.”

Jim Beers

29 March 2020

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Jim Beers is a retired US Fish & Wildlife Service Wildlife Biologist, Special Agent, Refuge Manager, Wetlands Biologist, and Congressional Fellow. He was stationed in North Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York City, and Washington DC.  He also served as a US Navy Line Officer in the western Pacific and on Adak, Alaska in the Aleutian Islands.  He has worked for the Utah Fish & Game, Minneapolis Police Department, and as a Security Supervisor in Washington, DC.  He testified three times before Congress; twice regarding the theft by the US Fish & Wildlife Service of $45 to 60 Million from State fish and wildlife funds and once in opposition to expanding Federal Invasive Species authority.  He resides in Eagan, Minnesota with his wife of many decades.

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COVID-19 Panic and Stupidity At Every Level

Most often attributed to H.L. Mencken, we often hear something like, no one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the public. And so it goes.

The world appears panic stricken out of fear of a man-created virus that is less deadly than the “common” flu virus. I was told the real difference (enough to cause panic in the streets and supermarkets?) is that if you are appointed to die from COVID-19, it happens quickly. Isn’t that a good thing. I mean, none of us have any control over when our appointments to death will be. When that time comes, most people wish that it happens quickly…don’t they?

This morning I was reading a stuffy-shirt article in a British tabloid about how it isn’t the commonly-called Coronavirus that is threatening the world’s population. It’s stupidity. I can’t argue the point. However……there’s always a however. I’ll get to the however in a moment.

Tops on the list to prop up stupidity is the fact that officials list the symptoms of COVID-19. The Centers for Disease Control lists the following: Fever; Cough; Shortness of Breath. I’ve yet to find listed on any roll, diarrhea, and yet millions of people worldwide are panic-buying rolls and rolls of toilet paper.

I didn’t actually see the meme, but was told that one stated that we consider ourselves participants in an intelligently advanced society and yet we need government officials to teach us how to wash our hands. And, by the way, SOAP is just as effective as hand sanitizer and probably safer to use.

We have rightly been accused of having become a “wussified” society. We have created the biggest coagulation of sissies and pansies, incapable of doing the things that once made a society great. I made the comment yesterday to members of my family that, as children, we used to go to school when it snowed. It mostly fell on uncomprehending ears.

Millions of us children survived quite well without wearing a helmet when we rode our bikes. We climbed trees. We didn’t wash our hands every time we took a pee. We were taught not to piss on ourselves. Hell, I remember playing pick-up baseball (yes, we used HARD balls) in the neighborhood and we didn’t wear a helmet. We played outside in the winter during temperatures that today, would shut everything down. And, we didn’t run to the doctors for every little sniffle.

So has our society “progressed” into one that a normal person would consider better? I suppose that depends on how big of a sissy you were to begin with or what degree of it you were reared to believe was normal.

Once, statements like, “sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me,” held truth. Not so anymore. Words seemingly hurt far more than being clubbed over the head with a baseball bat.

I’ve always joked that my parents walked to school everyday regardless of the weather. Incidentally, the trip to and from school was uphill…both ways. But seriously, it has become so bad that school is canceled days in advance when bad weather is predicted.

It’s pointless to attempt to expose something nobody is interested in seeing or hearing. So, I’ll dispense with any further proofs of how our world is comprised of a bunch of oversensitive, emotional, scared, cry babies.

So, does it make our masses of automatonic, pantywaist, jellyfish stupid because they rush out and buy truck loads of toilet paper for a virus that doesn’t cause extra trips to the bathroom? Yes, it does. What a bunch of dummies!

But, this stupidity exists at many levels. Because someone doesn’t see themselves as being stupid because they filled their garage with shit paper, doesn’t mean they are not. As the saying goes, there are none so blind as he who will not see…or can’t see.

In the article that I linked to, the author is chastising the public for being stupid: “Never have so many brain cells been sacrificed on the altar of toilet paper fever.” And yet, from my perspective, the author reveals their own stupidity by saying: “A vaccine for Covid-19 is already being tested and, like every other flu before it, we will soon have this particular lurgy under control.”

Is running out and getting every vaccine going a stupid thing to do? By today’s standards not only is in not considered stupid, you are heavily chastised for not getting them especially if you dare show others the dangers from the vaccine that are greater than the disease itself.

If people are kept scared long enough, panic-buying of anything and everything will become the new normal, just as getting shot full of all kinds of “inert” ingredients and nanoparticles regardless of the end results. God-governments pretend to have cures and we trust them. HOW STUPID IS THAT?

If, somehow, people could understand COVID-19 for what it really is, they wouldn’t be stockpiling toilet paper. They would be stockpiling ammunition to use against those that created the virus and deliberately released it into the public.

BUT, DON’T GO LOOK!

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COVID-19 Embellishment in Full Swing

If you buy into the premise that the Hegelian Dialectic (thesis, reaction, antithesis) is what is behind the infestation, real or imagined, of the latest of viral infections coming out of China (COVID-19), then we are in the middle of the reaction phase, which is powered by embellishment. This will be followed by antithesis, i.e. the solution.

Perhaps it is difficult to convince people that man-made viruses, deliberately released into a civilization of people, is possible. Consider something that might be easier to understand. We should know that the love of money is the root of ALL evil. We should also know that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely (Sir John Dalberg-Acton, 8th Baronet). But how to put that in terms that most might understand presents a challenge.

If we look at just one sporting event that takes place in the United States, and try to imagine the amount of money that can be made or lost (we are talking millions if not billions of dollars) corruption has to be part of the Super Bowl. Those with the greatest investments are also those with the greatest amount to lose and often the ones that wield the most power and control. Nobody wants to lose that kind of money and control.

Try to imagine what would happen if the Super Bowl was cancelled. Is it even possible to fathom the extent of the fallout? Yes, the money aspect of the game would be lost but what of the extenuating consequences? Think of the economic chain reaction and the changes and shifting of power and control at all levels. Impossible, isn’t it?

Now, is it possible to begin to understand the total chain reaction of when a disease becomes a pandemic?

This morning I was reading Richard Fernandez’s article, “The Virus that Changed the World.” He writes that in China, COVID-19, “is devouring the entire Chinese medical system.” All normal health care is being stopped in preference of only treating COVID-19-infected patients. Think of that statement and try to imagine the loss of all “normal” healthcare treatments. Chaos!

Wretchard quotes the LATimes as to the pending power struggles that could “fatally rock” the Iranian government: “With public trust plummeting around the government cover-up in January of accidentally shooting down a Ukrainian passenger jet, the government’s handling of the virus outbreak is a critical test not only for its healthcare industry but also for its political legitimacy…”

Glancing into possible problems within the European Union, we see that the EU is already rocking from their own created problems, i.e. terrorism and open borders immigration. With a viral pandemic standing on the doorstep, their open borders policy surely will take on attacks from those who will blame a viral outbreak on uncontrolled immigration. Can we consider the ramifications on existing governmental policies should the masses demand closing the borders?

When we ponder what might take place in the United States, the complications can turn catastrophic. When we see a dysfunctional and insane federal government being torn apart by rabid Leftists doing anything they can to destroy Donald Trump, already we see them blaming him for COVID-19 cases showing up in places within our own borders.

With an economy that’s dependent upon the Stock Market, we already are seeing fallout – some of it real and some imagined. With real supply chain disruptions and fickle emotionalism, the Market becomes volatile and unpredictable. Wretchard shares that a destroyed Stock Market could spell doom for Trump’s campaign…something the Democrats would be eager to foment just to bring him down. Think of their insanity. At what lengths are they actually willing to go?

Wretchard suggests that perhaps Bernie Sanders “free-everything” campaign promises would atrophy because a pandemic would leave him nothing left to give away.

Consider, if you can, that we are firmly imprisoned in a global economy – a one world government. If a pandemic became big enough, might it cause some governments to begin closing their borders and shrink back into a more provincial existence, doing all that they can to isolate themselves from the infected outside world? This would be a giant contraction that, should it happen quickly, economies wouldn’t have time to adjust. Chaos would ensue.

Because countries like China have become so centralized, look at what they have done since this viral outbreak. They have quarantined millions of people. Shut off their connection with the rest of the world and probably many more things we don’t know about.

In a world where it appears more and more governments are working harder at centralized governments, what might be in store to those of us who will become the victims?

Fernandez describes it this way: “Like applications on your smart phone, each has to be separated from the others by standard interfaces so that corruption in one does not destroy them all. That is the future political parties must envision instead of rehashing Marxist manifestos from the early 20th century.”

We cannot and we choose not to consider all these things. We cannot because the embellishment, the “reaction phase” of Hegel’s Dialectic, is laced with fear mongering. A scared mind is incapable of rational thought. We then become helpless victims stricken with fear willing to silently acquiesce into submission. We choose not because doing so takes us outside of our comfort zones.

There is an even more sinister plot to consider. In 2005, Comrade Chi Haotian, ­the Vice-Chairman of China’s Military Commission, delivered a speech to his top officers and generals. The foundation of his speech was based on the prospects that within China, they do not and will not have the needed resource in which to sustain themselves. The Comrade suggested what would become necessary: “It is indeed brutal to kill one or two hundred million Americans. But that is the only path that will secure a Chinese century, a century in which the CCP leads the world. We, as revolutionary humanitarians, do not want deaths, But if history confronts us with a choice between deaths of Chinese and those of Americans, we’d have to pick the latter, as, for us, it is more important to safeguard the lives of the Chinese people and the life of our Party. The last problem I want to talk about is of firmly seizing the preparations for military battle. The central committee believes, as long as we resolve the United States problem at one blow, our domestic problems will all be readily solved. Therefore, our military battle preparation appears to aim at Taiwan, but in fact is aimed at the United States, and the preparation is far beyond the scope of attacking aircraft carriers or satellites. Marxism pointed out that violence is the midwife for the birth of the new society. Therefore war is the midwife for the birth of China’s century.”

I’ll leave any conclusions of this to the readers, except to ask, “Is it then troubling when we consider the origins of all the latest disease threats?

In the last paragraph of the article I have linked to, the author writes what I might consider the most important statement found in the entire article: “Bad as it is, it’s not the coronavirus we should worry about so as much as what might come after it.”

It is the antithesis, the solution, to the created chaos that should worry us the most. The Hegelian Dialectic is designed specifically to foment a desired result. When a society is not completely in submission to an authority, such that an authority cannot cast their will unchallenged upon the masses, tactics must be used (thesis, reaction, antithesis) to bring the people to a point they are seeking a solution. And thus, “Bad as it is, it’s not the coronavirus we should worry about so much as what might [WILL] come after it.”

What will come after it? I don’t know what will happen in this world. I don’t have any way of seeing into the immediate future beyond what the Scriptures tell us. I do know that we are living in the Last Days. I know that Satan’s rule in this earth is nearly over. He’s not going down without a fight. He is ultimately behind all of this chaos. We have an option. We can turn our backs on all those things Satan, and thus man, have created and place our focus on the Almighty EL. Belief that the Almighty EL sent His son, EmanuEL, to enter the rigged Beast System we are prisoners in, to atone for our sins, converting our tricked existence into one of putting both eyes on Christ the Redeemer, and none of this stuff will we have to worry about.

Think about it. Then do something about it.

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Hegelian Dialectic: When Does It Become Crying Wolf?

Most are familiar with the Hegelian Dialectic; that is to say you have heard of the expression before and might have, perhaps, a primitive understanding of what it really is, how it works, or why it is such an important interruptor within a tightly controlled society…like the United States has become – but don’t go look!

In terms most can understand, the Hegelian Dialectic is quite simple and very effective…at least to a point. The Hegelian Dialectic begins with created chaos. Once it has been established, the chaos, real or made up, must be embellished. The embellishment builds the controlling factor, mostly through fear indoctrination. The rulers, also the founders of the chaos, rush in with a solution – a premeditated and preplanned remedy prescription.

This dialectic has been in play, particularly in the US, for many, many years. You probably don’t know what it is, why it is, and how it is important to your life, and because of that, it is safe to say you really don’t care.

In it’s most uncomplicated practice, it’s purpose is to control and manipulate for the sinister purposes of others. For it to be effective, each successive disorder and/or pandemonium must be greater, thus more effective, than the last.

If, for example, the Global Power Structure, created a false toilet paper shortage, if the cascading events didn’t get any more severe, people would ignorantly settle in and adapt to living without toilet paper. While this event would result in some sort of control over the masses, and also result in the implementation of a preplanned solution, the only way to carry on the false disputation is to up the ante, i.e. the next and all successive tumults must be bigger and better, i.e. more severe and devastating.

When does the Hegelian Dialectic become an act of crying wolf, or appearing as such? Simple, it is when there are no longer as many and dramatic created anarchies.

We all know about crying wolf. The simple analogy is that if someone repeatedly cries out that a wolf is about to get them, and this is always followed by no wolf, those around who heard the cry for help, will begin to disregard it. The Hegelian Dialectic, therefore, becomes limited and powerless.

If we use the short-famed Coronavirus, COVID-19, as an example, we see that man, the Global Power Structure, invented a virus, named it in such a way to communicate the intentions behind it (to slaughter GOD’s Sheep), and released it, we have been told, into masses of people. Reading news reports (I personally know of no one who has contracted COVID-19) people are getting scared. Their fear begins to overpower them. They lose control and then become subject to the strong arm of the “law” (Global Power Structure).

If the embellishment aspect of this Hegelian Dialectic isn’t properly administered, soon the fear factor will subside, and people will forget. If this happens too often, the crying wolf factor comes into play and people will ignore it. Therefore, the next act of bedlam must be bigger and better.

I am quite certain that the employment of the Hegelian Dialectic will not go away. Because the minds of people have been hived through years of repeated false flag events, the Dialectic has become efficiently effective.

You basically have two choices: You can disregard everything I have said and continue to be a worker bee in the hive, or you can learn about and recognize what is going on. Then what?

We can’t stop them. Only the LORD God can stop them and He will. Which side are you going to be on? Which side do you WANT to be on?

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Fake Eastern Gray Wolves and Destruction of a Perfectly Good Wolf Species

In an article published on the Maine Wolf Coalition’s website over a year ago, it states that in 2006 a trapper killed a 107-lb “eastern/gray” wolf. The Maine Wolf Coalition (MWC), whose stated goal is the “recovery” of wolves in Maine (evidently they have no preference as to what species or hybridized mix of canine is “recovered”), improperly tells its readers that the animal, whose information they attribute to, was a male eastern and gray wolf mixture.

An honest assessment of the piece of “scholarship” (study) “suggests” that the animal in question, killed south of the St. Lawrence River, was some kind of, at least, partly domesticated hybrid of some canine that fed mostly on livestock and pets.

But here’s the real crime in all of this dog perversion and demands to “recover” wolves, not just in Maine, but anywhere. Those supporting “wolf recovery” are willing, either through ignorance of animal obsession, or both, especially dogs, to totally destroy the actual gray wolf species to get some kind of wild dog roaming about the woods. This makes no sense and presents a good case to support the claim of insanity.

It has already been proven, many times, that the wild canines that inhabit anywhere in the Lower United States, is not a pure wolf but some add-mixture of wild and domestic dogs/canines. Dog lovers then want these hybrid canines to be labeled some kind of wolf, i.e. red, Mexican, etc. So long as the criminals in Government continue to protect these disease-riddled hybrid dogs, they are contributing to the destruction of the actual species. Aren’t there laws that are supposed to prohibit such actions and behaviors?

According to an article found in Deer and Deer Hunting (online), wolves in certain counties of Wisconsin now are responsible for killing more deer than gun hunters do.

In Maine, the deer herd in most of the state, geographically speaking, is in terrible condition. Northern Maine is lucky to find deer numbers that approach 2 or 3 animals per square mile. Poor management of moose has caused North America’s largest ungulate to suffer from winter ticks due to uncontrolled growth in the population. Government officials will claim that moose and deer do not compete with each other but there is little explanation as to why, when there are lots of moose there are few deer.

Maine’s black bear population is out of control and the Legislature, in their incompetence and ignorance, refuse to do anything sensible about the problem. In the meantime, an overgrown population of bears is destroying the deer herd, along with packs of hybrid wild canines, deer have little chance. And, with all this, a group wants “wolves” recovered. NUTS!!!!

The insanity in all this is that groups like the Maine Wolf Coalition want what they call wolves “recovered” clearly at the expense of all else. If these groups cared about the real wolf, they would be looking at destroying and preventing the spread of these hybrid canines. But they are not. They just want some kind of dog they can call a wolf.

Among this insanity, people work feverishly to protect large predators, most of which are direct competitors with humans in the food chain. These predator protectors wrongfully make claim that people don’t need to hunt to eat. They obviously have never lived under conditions where people still need to hunt for food. Besides, even if people didn’t NEED to hunt for food, it is insanity to suggest protecting disease-spreading animals that directly remove food from the mouths of people. It’s as insane as supplementing gasoline by destroying a perfectly good food source.

Wolves have their place in wilderness settings. They do not belong in human-settled landscapes because of public safety, health, food competition, and the actual destruction of the wolf species.

In America there are so many domestic dogs…I mean we are talking millions and millions of them, with millions running unleashed and cross breeding with any other wild or semi-wild canine (dog). The result is a mongrel dog worth little to a society, a direct threat to wild canines – wolves and coyotes. To claim this hybrid mixture as worthy of protection, is insane; it is a knife to our own throats.

If Americans want wolves and coyotes, real ones, on their landscape, then domestic dogs need to be drastically reduced or serious penalties levied against anyone who allows their pet dogs to run free.

What do you think will happen?

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Are Tick Bite Reactions Associated With Our Chemical Ingestion?

A reader shared with me the other day an article that, evidently, was published in Peterson’s Hunting. What I received was a scan of the magazine article, so I can’t really share that with you. No matter, you can get information on the Lone Star tick from the CDC. Just scroll down a bit from the landing page until you find information about the Lone Star tick.

The issue that appears to be associated with a bite from a Lone Star tick is that some people (emphasis so far might be on “some”), after being bitten develop an allergic reaction to eating red meat. Hmmm. Maybe it’s a conspiracy formulated by vegetarians. But, why would they put their own food supply in jeopardy by forcing more people to have to give up eating red meat? (Just kidding)

It seems that as time goes along, more and more people are “contracting” diseases from ticks. We can make up all kinds of excuses and develop many theories about why but has anyone actually considered the fact that perhaps little has changed as far as the ticks go and a whole lot has changed as far as the chemical make-up of the human being is concerned?

Humans willingly and unawarely ingest gobs of chemicals into their bodies every day. Whether the consumption of these chemicals is temporary (until it passes through your system) or accumulative, logic might dictate that perhaps the same venom from the same ticks is the same as it always has been, plus whatever chemicals the ticks have been forced to take into their systems. With the human body fully loaded up with cocktails of various and sundry drugs/chemicals, and of course, the ticks may be injecting chemicals into our bodies as well, and the outcome is a chemical reaction that results in the next name for a human disease contracted from a tick/insect bite.

Are we to believe that all these newly discovered diseases and reactions from tick/insect bites have always been around and that due to better diagnostic techniques and technology, they are now being discovered? I don’t happen to buy into the explanation as the sole reason, no more than I blame everything on Climate Change.

It may be years and years before any of this can be explained. When a human – and I suppose an insect – ingest a chemical, the chances are pretty good that that chemical may undergo some kind of change. The chemical may or may not remain in its original state or chemical make-up. With several changes and/or concoctions of drugs/chemicals being interchanged and interacted between human and insect bodies, it only makes sense to me that chemical reactions occur. We like to call them “allergic reactions.”

Whatever we call them, the fact remains that some people, according to their own biological and chemical composition, may or may not react to certain insect bites.

While we can control some of what we ingest for chemicals, i.e. 37 flavors of drugs our doctors, while “practicing” medicine (giving us chemicals to see what happens), prescribe, and eating better foods, it’s impossible to rid our systems of all of them because these “pollutants” saturate our air and the government regularly practices filling our atmosphere with chemicals in the name of “seeding” clouds to “control” the weather.

The bottom line is that we should expect to hear of more ticks/insects supposedly carrying more and other and undiscovered “diseases” all due to uncontrolled and excessive ingestion of chemicals…all for our health, mind you.

Just thinking logically! Scary isn’t it?

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Portions of Maine Should Be On The Lookout for Wildlife Diseases

Last week outdoor writer George Smith told his readers that they should be aware that Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in bearing down on Northwestern Maine as the disease has been found only 100 miles from the Maine border with Quebec, Province. CWD is a debilitating disease for deer as it causes, as the name suggests, deer to “waste away” and die. While not pleasant to see or harvest a fulling infected CWD deer, eating the meat is not harmful to humans…but not everyone cares to eat it and will not risk doing so.

But, this isn’t the only threat Mainers should be made aware of. Today I posted a recent study that showed certain strains of Echinococcus worms carried and spread by wild and domestic canids (dogs). The study sampled wolves, coyotes, red, and arctic foxes in both Quebec Province and the State of Maine and found the human-contagious parasite in Northern and Western Maine near the Canadian border.

Some good news is that the more harmful strain of Echinococcus, E. multilocularis, was not found in any of the canids sampled, although it has been found in portions of Ontario and moving east.

I’ve written much about this disease over the past years, falling mostly on deaf ears. Even when the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) first reported that they had found the disease in Moose in Maine (2014), after initially posting something about it on their website, they quickly scrubbed it. In an email I sent to Commissioner Woodcock asking him what the Department intended to do about this troubling discovery, the response I got was, “nothing at this time.”

So when? It’s been 4 years.

Canid species are definitive hosts of the Echinococcus eggs and are passed through their feces into the environment of which wild ungulates – moose, deer, elk, caribou, etc. – ingest the tiny spores which in turn form cysts on their lungs, liver and other organs. While not deadly to these animals directly, cysts can affect the capacity of lungs and the function of the liver making these animals more susceptible to predators.

Humans, on the other hand, are at risk from the same ingestion of spores. This can happen from close examination of wolf, coyote, fox scat when the spores are released into the air and a person can inhale or ingest eggs that have gotten on their skin or clothing. They can also ingest eggs by drinking infected water. These eggs are extremely viable in various environmental conditions.

The most common way of becoming infected is when dog owners allow their dogs to run free in areas where wild canines, infected with the disease, live and roam. Dogs, as dogs do, can eat infected carrion, getting eggs on their mouth, face, and fur, passing it on to people, including children (think dogs licking children’s faces). Dogs also will eat or roll in wild canine feces, bringing the eggs with them back home and into the house if people allow their free-ranging dogs to live with them in their houses.

The study that I linked to in a previous posts exclaims that what is needed is that more effort is taken to educate and warn those who might be at risk, including trappers, hunters, and anyone with free-ranging dogs living in known infected areas.

Perhaps it is time for MDIFW to step up to the plate and inform the public what they know and begin an education program. They may be concerned about the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease, as they should, because it can destroy our already fragile deer herd, but what about protecting people? That should be of higher priority than protecting the deer…shouldn’t it?

For Maine, the E. canadesis strain (G8 and G10) are of the most threat to us. The report defines the spread of this disease into Maine as “rapid.” Now is the time to begin the education process, to teach people about restraining their dogs and or talking to their vets to make sure they are getting the proper and timely worm treatments. The simplest and quite effective thing people can do is to wash their hands frequently.

Detection of the cysts, Hydatid cysts, in humans is difficult. If detected, treatment is expensive and dangerous. Part of the reason detection is difficult is because doctors aren’t looking for it because nobody is telling them the incidents of Hydatid disease is on the increase. These people prefer to scoff at the notion of any health risk in order to protect their precious wild dogs.

It’s time to make some changes that will help reduce the risk of infection of humans.

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Recolonizing Gray Wolves Increase Parasite Infection Risk in Their Prey

Abstract

The recent recolonization of Central Europe by the European gray wolf (Canis lupus) provides an opportunity to study the dynamics of parasite transmission for cases when a definitive host returns after a phase of local extinction. We investigated whether a newly established wolf population increased the prevalence of those parasites in ungulate intermediate hosts representing wolf prey, whether some parasite species are particularly well adapted to wolves, and the potential basis for such adaptations. We recorded Sarcocystis species richness in wolves and Sarcocystis prevalence in ungulates harvested in study sites with and without permanent wolf presence in Germany using microscopy and DNA metabarcoding. Sarcocystis prevalence in red deer (Cervus elaphus) was significantly higher in wolf areas (79.7%) than in control areas (26.3%) but not in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) (97.2% vs. 90.4%) or wild boar (Sus scrofa) (82.8% vs. 64.9%). Of 11 Sarcocystis species, Sarcocystis taeniata and Sarcocystis grueneri occurred more often in wolves than expected from the Sarcocystis infection patterns of ungulate prey. Both Sarcocystis species showed a higher increase in prevalence in ungulates in wolf areas than other Sarcocystis species, suggesting that they are particularly well adapted to wolves, and are examples of “wolf specialists”. Sarcocystis species richness in wolves was significantly higher in pups than in adults. “Wolf specialists” persisted during wolf maturation. The results of this study demonstrate that (1) predator–prey interactions influence parasite prevalence, if both predator and prey are part of the parasite life cycle, (2) mesopredators do not necessarily replace the apex predator in parasite transmission dynamics for particular parasites of which the apex predator is the definitive host, even if meso- and apex predators were from the same taxonomic family (here: Canidae, e.g., red foxes Vulpes vulpes), and (3) age-dependent immune maturation contributes to the control of protozoan infection in wolves.<<<Read More>>>

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Two Wolves and a Coyote Walk Into a Bar…..

One wolf says to the others, “Hey, howl you doing these days? Did you read that piece the other day about how farmers clearing land extirpated us wolves and paved the way for you coyotes to go to Maine and live?”

I wonder who makes this stuff up? Perhaps it’s just people like me who like to fabricate stories. Of course, not that many years ago readers would be smart enough to know that animals can’t talk, nor do they frequent bars. But things have changed. And so, I suspect some might read this and think it’s true.

It’s a bit like the guy who took his extremely intelligent dog with him duck hunting. He picked up his friend early in the morning and they went into their blind just before daylight. He wanted to surprise his friend and show him how smart his dog was.

The first opportunity, one man shoots a duck and it lands in the water. The dog owner ordered his dog to retrieve the duck. The dog got to the water’s edge and carefully tip-toed on top of the water and retrieved the duck. The other hunter observed but didn’t say one word.

This same event took place several times until finally the dog’s owner, frustrated, speaks up, “Dang it all Fred! Don’t you notice anything peculiar about my dog?”

Fred says, “Yeah, but I didn’t want to say anything and hurt your feelings, but that dog can’t swim!”

It is highly likely that the wild canine animal that Mainers see in the woods, is not a wolf, nor is it a coyote. Supposedly, scientific experiments have shown that this wild canine is some sort of a mixed breed of various offspring of canines, both wild and domestic. People like to call them hybrids, as though doing so somehow places these nasty mutts in an elevated status among animal perverts. The truth is, it’s a canine that is roaming in the woods of Maine and it is a vehement spreader of disease – at least 30 different viruses, parasites and diseases.

To my knowledge, there is no real historic data that supports the claim that settlers clearing forests extirpated the “wolf” that was found once in the Maine woods. After all, we know for a fact that the creation of farmland, contributed to the growth of the deer herd, which was a great food source for the wolf.

Others want to blame hunting, trapping and the general dislike of the wolf, that caused people to kill them every chance they had. This is only partly true. Much of Maine remained as European settlers found it long after the wolf was thought to be extirpated.

It is not entirely accurate to claim that when man extirpated the wolf, and farmers cleared the land, it ushered in the existence of “coyotes.” I doubt that Maine ever had a “coyote” but has always had some kind of mixed breed of wild canine. The coyote that most Mainers talk about in the Pine Tree State, are hybrid dogs that expanded its range from the Great Lakes region into eastern Canada and northern New England. Now there are so many of them that cross breeding of canines, wild and domestic is happening in rapid fashion. So what’s left? Some think it’s a dog species that deserves to be protected.

Ignorant people, thinking they are protecting wolves and coyotes by allowing them to proliferate unharnessed, don’t realize they are contributing to the animals’ demise. What roams Maine’s woods as a wild, or semi-wild canine, is a great example of that fact. Allowing and promoting the forced existence of wolves with other canines, wild and domestic, is destroying the wolf gene. Not only is the gene of the wolf being destroyed but with that genetic add-mixture, behavior of the offspring changes as well. That can open a can of worms in trying to predict the animal’s behavior.

It is important for people to understand the truth about any region’s history of wild animals, including wild canines. Filling people full of misleading information, often perpetuated by organizations with an agenda, is actually putting the existence and perpetuation of a real canine species in jeopardy.

But, animal perverts don’t care. All they are interested in doing is to save the life of any animal….er, uh, that is unless it’s a rat, tick or some other disease-carrying life form that is infecting or affecting them directly.

Stupid!

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