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Death and Trolls: Two Constants in Life

09 Oct

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I am back after the death of my father and plan to refocus my efforts to educate people about the blatant cruelty and sadism supported and encouraged by the state of Wisconsin.

After working 14 plus years in the law enforcement field I am no stranger to death. Most people go about their daily lives not thinking about all of the cruelty and death that surrounds them both in the animal world and in the human animal world. We as humans mourn the deaths of our relatives or friends and memorialize their memory in various forms. Even if they were a deplorable person most of humanity treats their death and memory with respect. Many of the more enlightened members of our species feel the same way when one of our animal companions pass away. We grieve and cherish the memories of the times we had to spend with such an amazing dog, cat, rat, bunny, etc. Yes I said RAT. If people take the time to get to know them they are some of the most fascinating and lovable creatures that we share this planet with. I think people hate them because if they look under the surface they will see that as species we are very very similar. But that is beside the point. Humanity has always been a tale of two species. There are some of us that revere life both human animal and non-human animal. Then there are the other elements of our species that take pleasure in the suffering of both humans and animals alike.

We all know the names of the worst perpetrators of human rights abuses throughout our history. Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, Saddam, Assad, and the so called American “heroes” like Andrew Jackson and George Custer that took glee in their near eradication of the Native American peoples. Many of us would assume that those days and behavior are no longer part of a supposedly civilized world. The sadism is not gone it has just been shifted to other species that we share this planet with.

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Having lost my father recently I am perplexed how anyone can ever view death as something to be gleeful about and take pleasure in celebrating. Is it a good thing when horrible human beings like the aforementioned Hitler, Stalin, and the like died? Yes of course it is but only for the betterment of humanity not for some sick and twisted sense of pleasure. A soldier or police officer may need to take a life during their tours of duty. I would venture that most do not take some sort of pleasure out of the act of killing. They killed because it more than likely needed to occur to protect others. If they took pleasure in their actions and posed with their victims I would question the sanity and their motives for taking that life. We as a society generally accept a soldier killing others in war or a police officer killing a criminal in defense of others as a just action. But it should never be done for pleasure and glee. If a soldier or police officer took leering photographs of themselves over the person they just shot and killed they would be labeled as the sick psychopaths that they likely are. How often do we see people at slaughterhouses or butcher shops posing with their kills? We don’t. But here in Wisconsin and other sadistic states there seems to be a cottage industry of sadists posing with their kills and soon to be kills with evil grins on their faces. And if that isn’t enough some even have to make videos laughing at the results of their sadistic acts and then taunting those that call them out for their sick behavior by spamming sites like this and other pro-wildlife websites with their images and (usually misspelled) words. But in states like Wisconsin this type of behavior is apparently perfectly acceptable and those that participate in it are considered “heroes” in some backwoods enclaves and something worthy of passing on to their children.

This cycle is soon to start all over with the massive wolf slaughter set to begin next week.

Message for Anti-Wildlife Trolls

There are going to be some major changes to this site over the next few months. The trolls are getting more and more offensive and brazen with their attacks. From now on this website will be posting a weekly compilation of troll posts that include the I.P. address of the more brazen and insulting ones. If you do not want this information posted for the world to see then do not troll our site. We do not care how many wolf kill tags you have. The same goes for the internet tough guys posting from their mom’s basement about how sadistic they are and how they love to gut shoot wolves. If you want to impress us how about using spellcheck and something other than backwoods grammar. Using words like “faggot” and “libtard” are first class tickets to this list and having your I.P. address out there for the whole world to see. You can post all of the fake email addresses you want but the I.P. doesn’t lie.

Investigations

Before my personal crisis began there were huge stories in the news media about how former state Representative, wolf hater, corporate shill, and now lobbyist Scott Suder (R-ALEC) engineered a sweetheart grant for a Koch Brothers/Americans for Prosperity front group known as “United Sportsmen of Wisconsin.” This is a huge scandal that demands a federal RICO investigation and leads right to the door of the Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association and most of the other killing cartels that pushed for and wrote the wolf kill bill passed in 2012. More to come on this.

The other brewing story is about how the Wisconsin DNR was notified and given evidence of flagrant law violations and animal abuse perpetrated by the DNR’s own “Youth Hunter of the Year.” WE VOW and Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf obtained video and photographic evidence of this person allowing his dogs to attack coyotes and bears. The person also bragged about these activities on his Facebook page. All of this evidence was turned over to the Wisconsin DNR enforcement division and to this date no action has been taken other than a DNR warden supposedly “talking” to the suspect. And of course the suspect is a member of and active in the Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association. Shock!  More on this to come as well.

 

15 responses to “Death and Trolls: Two Constants in Life

  1. Suzanne Dunham

    October 9, 2013 at 6:18 pm

    Glad that you are back and I’m so sorry to hear about your dad. Lost my dad quite a few years back, but there’s not a day that goes by that I don’t think of him and wish that I had had more time with him.

     
  2. Adam Hughes

    October 9, 2013 at 7:05 pm

    I really rnjoyed reading your post,thank you! And I quite agree on the troll issue,I have had a lot of spam messages of late, one message was in chinese and when i translated it, It was all regarding Gucci Handbags ect.

     
  3. Randy Lyn Oconnell

    October 9, 2013 at 9:44 pm

    Hello Patricia. I am very sorry to hear of your loss. Hopefully your hunger strike has not caused you any issues. In my conversations with others on the matter of the impending wolf slaughter, I am anticipating a claim that there were never any problems without the wolf as the main predator.  I am asking for your help on that one , given that you are  more versed on the matter than I.   Best Regards, Randy O’Connell  

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    • rali74

      October 9, 2013 at 9:49 pm

      Actually Patricia did not write this, but thank you for your kind words. I will however forward your post to her.

       
  4. L

    October 9, 2013 at 9:52 pm

    Your story about the Youth Hunter of the Year reminded me of something that happened when I worked for the DNR. A couple of teenage boys were caught shooting a number of songbirds for target practice. Their punishment? Words similar to this were straight from the warden’s mouth: “they got a talking to.” Yes, and I bet that made them stop from ever doing it again. I was furious.

    There aren’t too many people in the land and animal management departments of the DNR that aren’t hunters. Even most of the women that work there are hunters. It’s almost as if they have to in order to get any respect from their male counterparts on the job.

    Also, when I was there a computer technician innocently put up a Humane Society calendar (you know, cute cats and dogs) by her computer. Her boss came in and ripped it down and told her never to put anything like that up again. Made quite a big deal about it. Come to think of it now, I think that could be considered workplace harassment.

     
  5. L

    October 9, 2013 at 9:52 pm

    Also, sorry about your Dad. I was wondering why we hadn’t heard much from you recently.

     
  6. Nancy

    October 9, 2013 at 10:31 pm

    Reblogged this on " OUR WORLD".

     
  7. Exposing the Big Game

    October 10, 2013 at 12:58 am

    Reblogged this on Exposing the Big Game.

     
  8. Rosemary Lowe

    October 10, 2013 at 12:44 pm

    I am so sorry for your loss. As to the anti-wildlife trolls. These are very sick, disturbed, ignorant people, who are very cowardly. Only cowards kill innocent beings.

     
  9. Wolf is my Soul

    October 10, 2013 at 2:30 pm

    Reblogged this on Wolf Is My Soul.

     
    • Diane

      October 10, 2013 at 8:40 pm

      Very sorry for your loss. Lost my Dad mid-May. Death is a very difficult thing both for those leaving this world & those having to endure watching the process. Life is sacred.

       
  10. Rachel

    October 14, 2013 at 12:29 pm

    Sorry for your loss. We have trolls hitting our page as well and they use new profiles and keep coming back.
    Rachel

     
  11. alice miller

    October 14, 2013 at 8:26 pm

    So glad you are back at it…sorry about your dad, tough time..esp with slaughter to begin again…damn it!!

     
  12. scottishmomus

    October 15, 2013 at 10:27 pm

    Sorry for your loss. Using your insights into it to better enlighten others would, I am sure, make your father very proud.
    A very heartfelt post on the human condition.x

     

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