October 17, 2021

EARTHQUAKE? But What About the Wolves and Bunnies?

Luke 21:11 – “And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven.”

The Word of God said that there would come a day, “in the which there shall not be left one stone upon another, that shall not be thrown down.” (Luke 21:6) The Apostles wanted to know what things they could look for that might give them an indication as to when Christ would return. His answer to them was, in part, Luke 21:11.

He said that nation would rise against nation and there would be wars and rumors of wars and earthquakes in many different places in which would usher in the Second Coming of Christ. Christ said not “to be terrified,” that “these things must first come to pass; but the end is not by and by.” (Luke 21:9) – meaning soon thereafter.

I also don’t find in God’s word that the earth will be destroyed. However, some think so. Infowars is pushing the eminent destruction of a good part of the United States “when” an eruption 2,000 times more destructive than Mt. St. Helens, blows up Yellowstone.

We have seen a dramatic spike in global seismic activity that is unlike anything that we have seen in ages, and that is why what is going on at Yellowstone is so incredibly alarming.  Geologists tell us that a full-blown eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano would have up to 2,000 times the power of the Mount St. Helens volcanic eruption of 1980, and approximately two-thirds of the country would immediately become uninhabitable.

Certainly not impossible, that’s for sure. This may be one of those things in which we should not be terrified but to understand that they first must happen, “but the end is not by and by.”

As I was reading the article and thinking about the possibility of such destruction (and certainly not terrified) I wondered of the perverted minds of those so wickedly in love with wolves and animals in general, disparaging the worth of man. Surely such minds would prefer the destruction of men over animals, so what then will become their mind set should such an event occur?

Some of these people have given their whole lives to save the wolves, save the bears, etc. Perhaps their efforts could be better channeled. Many, who see places like Yellowstone Park, a man-infiltrated exploitation of God’s natural resources, as a good thing, and others work feverishly to prohibit man’s use of God’s natural resources, should understand one thing. They may believe they can control these places and manipulate the minds of others toward perverse animal behavior but the power of The Creator surpasses all of man’s understanding.

 

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Removing the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Population of Grizzly Bears From the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

SUMMARY: The best available scientific and commercial data indicate that the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) population of grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis) has recovered and no longer meets the definition of an endangered or threatened species under the Endangered Species Act, as amended (Act). The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is also proposing to identify the GYE grizzly bear population as a distinct population segment (DPS). Therefore, we, the Service propose to revise the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife, under the authority of the Act, by removing the GYE population. The Service has determined that the GYE grizzly bear population has increased in size and more than tripled its occupied range since being listed as threatened under the Act in 1975 and that threats to the population are sufficiently minimized. The participating States of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming must adopt the necessary post- delisting management objectives, which adequately ensure that the GYE population of grizzly bears remains recovered, into enforceable regulations before the Service will proceed with a final delisting rule.<<<Read More>>>

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Yellowstone tallies 104 wolves at end of 2014

Yellowstone National Park biologists counted at least 104 wolves from 11 packs living in the park at the end of 2014.

Source: Yellowstone tallies 104 wolves at end of 2014 | KSL.com

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Yellowstone park officials euthanize bear that killed hiker

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park officials euthanized a grizzly bear Thursday after DNA tests confirmed it attacked and killed a hiker last week, a park spokeswoman said.

Source: Yellowstone park officials euthanize bear that killed hiker – Yahoo News

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Man found dead in Yellowstone attacked by grizzly bear 

The National Park Service says a Montana man found dead in Yellowstone National Park was the victim of a grizzly bear attack.

Source: Man found dead in Yellowstone attacked by grizzly bear | Fox News

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Tapping Your Inner Wolf – NYTimes.com

*Editor’s Note* – If a reader can disregard the psycho-babble B.S. and overlook the humanizing of wolves, one might find an ounce of usable information in this article. Mostly, it’s designed to give the human reader a false impression about how wolves are no different than humans and the WE CAN LEARN A LOT FROM WOLVES.

The alpha male stereotype of the wolf is wrong. He’s all about family.

Source: Tapping Your Inner Wolf – NYTimes.com

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Yellowstone Tourists Being Chased by Bear, Failed to “LOOK BIG”


All of these brain-dead tourists failed to follow directions and “LOOK BIG” when being attacked by a bear. Had they been prepared, like this guy shown in the picture below, with his instant, “Look Big” inflatable, all four bears would have trembled in fear and high-tailed it out of Yellowstone as fast as they could.
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Repeat Photography at Seven Mile Bridge Yellowstone

Follow the link below and view repeat photography in Yellowstone National Park at Seven Mile Bridge on the Madison River. The first photo takes place in 1912 and then 1938, 1973, 1990 and 2010.

Repeat Photography

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Bill Hoppe: Eye of the Hunter (Video)

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Misleading Information by Feds in Final Environmental Impact Statement for Wolf Reintroduction

100WolvesIt is numerous times through the 414-page Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Reintroduction of Wolves to Yellowstone Park and Central Idaho, that we can find this repeated statement:

No modifications in harvest of deer, moose, bighorn sheep, or mountain goats are expected to be
required to accommodate for predation by 100 wolves.
Conclusions
– Harvest of cow elk may have to be reduced 10%-15% in central Idaho (396-594 fewer
cows killed than in 1991) to accommodate for predation by 100 wolves. No changes in management of
harvest for deer, moose, bighorn sheep, or mountain goats are expected to be necessary.

While the statement in and of itself may be debatable in its accuracy, at best it is misleading and done in what I believe to be the intent of the Federal Government and those behind and promoting wolf reintroduction. It drives home the notion that little, if anything, the Federal Government does can be trusted.

The lie that was the focal point of the entire FEIS was that when Yellowstone National Park, Central Idaho and Northwest Montana had all achieved verifiable breeding pairs of wolves (10 pairs) and/or approximately 100 wolves, the animal would be “delisted,” i.e. removed from the list of threatened of endangered species. We now know that benchmark was an intentional lie. It was never intended to be an actual benchmark in which “science” had determined what would constitute a recovered species. It was only created as a means of appeasing those people with legitimate concerns about how a recovered wolf population would impact existing wild game species and in particular the ungulate populations of deer, elk, moose, etc.

What was sold to the people, and what I believe they bought, hook, line and sinker, as can be supported in a review of the questions posed by the public to those traveling salesman who set up to become the essence of insurance salesmen. People believed that the intention was to introduce wolves, and what breed or subspecies was introduced didn’t make any difference, and monitor those wolves until all three regions in Northern Rockies had 10 breeding pairs or at least 100 wolves. The public bought the lie that with only 100 wolves, there would be no impact on hunting, with the exception of perhaps a slight decrease in elk cow permits. The public bought the con job that once each zone had 100 wolves, the wolves would be delisted and each state in the recovery area would take over managing the wolves, with the public believing that wolves would be managed at numbers representing 100.

The Feds and those NGOs involved with getting their way to bring wolves down from Canada, knowing it was never their intention to allow wolves to be delisted at 100, could not represent anything close to the truth as it pertains to recovery numbers within the scope and draft of the FEIS. It is for that reason we find repeatedly throughout the FEIS the above emboldened statement. Making a repeated statement as this one was reassuring to some that the goal was 100 wolves. After that delisting of the animal, state takeover of wolf management and no harm no foul.

The rest is history as the old saying goes and we know that even now with some made up number of 1,700 wolves, those who brought the wolves to the U.S. continue to sue or are threatening to sue to stop any kind of management of a diseased-ridden varmint that is destroying ecosystems, killing off game animals and threaten humans with disease. Wolves have destroyed hunting guide businesses, local economies and put undue stresses and strains on ranchers and their losses of livestock; all of these the people of the region were told would never happen with 100 wolves in their state.

It is unfortunate that somebody (or maybe they did) didn’t pose the question to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service of what would be the impacts to humans and game species, etc. with 3,000 wolves.

It is my belief, as I said, due to a review of the FEIS, that the USFWS was able to successfully do a snow job on the public and therefore nobody believed it necessary to ask the tough questions of what if.

The Federal Government and all their lackeys should never be trusted……NEVER. Should this government or any other NGO suggest the introduction of any species anywhere in the world, it should be fought against tooth and nail if for no other reason than these people lie, cheat and steal to get what they want.

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