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Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: DNR creates culture of violence, slaughtering innocents

23 Dec

Patricia’s new column:

Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: DNR creates culture of violence, slaughtering innocents

Please read, share and comment. There has been a concentrated attempt by various anti-wildlife trolls to spread their lies and propaganda in the comment section of her columns. Please leave your comments to counter the garbage that they post. The kill everything sadists are on the defensive following the attacks on their heroes in the NRA and the public outcry over their insane bills that were rubber-stamped by the Legislature. Let’s keep pummeling them with FACTS and prove that they have no legs to stand on.

 
4 Comments

Posted by on December 23, 2012 in Hunting, Wisconsin Insanity, Wolves

 

4 responses to “Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: DNR creates culture of violence, slaughtering innocents

  1. Gudrun Scott

    December 23, 2012 at 1:42 pm

    Pat, you are helping the nation to be more compassionate and why not begin with treating animals with bit oerniting animals to suffer in a trap. Vioence and brutality can be habitforming- don’t let that happen to our youngsters and stop it right now and replace it with caring. .

    Predators are needed– example we have porcupines who are knawing on the base of favorite trees like Beech and Hemock – this is going on because there is no snow on the ground that is unusual for December in Western NY – we count on the coyotes to control the population of porcupines – dogs get their mouth full of quills. Our coyotes called out occasionally with a very beautiful concert for a very brief time – then silence- and our coyotes were killed off my the local gun club roundup illegally as we had not permitted them and we need those predators, the coyotes to liven our life with song ( the songdog) and also to control the porcupines. A merry Christmas to all Thank you.

     
  2. madravenspeak

    December 28, 2012 at 3:11 pm

    http://host.madison.com/ct/news/opinion/column/article_fce6b2ca-4699-11e0-9746-001cc4c03286.html The fourth column I wrote concerned trapping. Trapping seemed to be on the way out a decade ago, but the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, Coalition of Wisconsin SADIST “Sportsmen” , George Meyers and lobbyist Bob Welch are promoting and carrying the trappers to controlling and murdering out our wildlife in the most cruel ways. Trappers would not survive alone since they are about .0015 of the population…they only exist because of the larger political power of the trophy killers. Bob Welch, by the way, is a former senator who said at the wolf hearings: “Why are people concerned about wolves having packs of dogs loosed on them? After all, we are killing them.” (so who cares if they suffer along the way – more fun for us!)

    Trapping must be ended but we need people to go to their legislators across this country, groups of people in every state, to speak to them about crafting legislation to end trapping. If you have a constitutional amendment to make it a RIGHT to hunt, fish, and trap as we do in Wisconsin, explore the ways to overturn that and / or counter it with a constitutional right of the non-killing majority to participate fully in FUNDING and FORMING policy. Follow the money.

    As long as killing licenses fund state agency nature and wildlife management, then we will have maximum killing for the killing elite.

    We are going to the legislature January 10 at 9:30 a.m., with appointments with Senator Risser, Senator Erpenback and tentatively the new Democratic leader, Chris Larson…possibly Rep. Brett Hulsey. Anyone interested is welcome to join us. Call me at 608-981-2287 to attend.

     
    • Diane

      December 29, 2012 at 7:56 pm

      I have to work so can’t attend Jan 10th, but am sending the following letter to my legislators.
      In the wake of the most recent mass shooting in Connecticut It is now time to reassess the societal issues which have contributed to the violence & moral breakdown of the very core of our civilization. As legislators you have been charged with the responsibility of protecting our general populace. This responsibility includes disallowing assault weapons by banning such guns & magazines and a long overdue crackdown on gun show sales.
      It is time to cut ties with special interest groups like the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, NRA, Bear Hounders & some farm organizations. It appears as though these groups have pushed through legislation which has fostered a disregard for the sanctity of life by allowing 10 year olds to hunt, passing laws which allow hunting & trapping to be taught for credit in our schools, allowing wolves to be killed as trophy animals by unlimited cruel methods, allowing hunting & trapping in our state parks, allowing hounding of bears for many months out of the year & hunting @ night. To allow hunting seasons on many species for 10 months of the year & on animals such as coyote’s year round demonstrates a disregard for those of us who desire a safe peaceful existence in the country. Trapping is cruel & inhumane & should be banned.
      It is time for the 90% of the population who do not hunt to be represented in this state by a fair proportion in the Conservation Congress & Natural resources Board. It would seem there are those who believe it is acceptable to use up our planet & resources. Hunters & special interest groups seem have a disproportionate monopoly on this state. Please reevaluate the message of a lack of civility which recent legislation has enacted involving hunting, promotion of trapping, concealed carry laws & the Castle Doctrine.

       
  3. Diane

    December 30, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    Correction to my above letter… hunting seasons run Sept 7th through May 22nd meaning animals are hunted over 9 months of the year not 10 months are stated in my letter. I will correct before sending the letter. Except for coyote, possum, skunk, weasel & snowshoe hare which have an open season on them. I’m not sure I have ever seen a snowshoe hare.

     

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