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This and That From the Bloodsport Capital of the United States

16 Oct

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Now that the wolf slaughter season is upon us here in Wisconsin the wolf killing sadists and their cheerleaders trolling live from their mom’s basement have taken to the net to harass and insult wildlife advocates across the nation. The best way to deal with these trolling slime is to NOT ENGAGE them. They are looking to get under our skin and every time we get into an internet “shouting” match they get what they want. I implore all living wildlife advocates to not be suckered into their trap and unknowingly play their sick game. The best thing to do is to “observe and report” their venomous trash by taking screenshots and saving their exploitative “horn-porn” images and videos. Then we will let the general public see what kind of people are infecting this once great state with their vile antics. If the DNR refuses to enforce their own laws regarding dogs attacking and killing wildlife we will shame them into taking action with the mountain of evidence that you know the hounders and wolf torturing sadists will gleefully post all over Facebook and the internet.

Since I posted my warning to anti-wolf/wildlife trolls last week the number of trolls spamming this site has mysteriously shrunk to nothing. In fact the closest that we have received to a troll item was this comment yesterday:

kevin caruso commented on Can Wisconsin Wolf Killing Season Be Challenged as Animal Cruelty?

“i don’t see what the big deal is with it whats the difference if i kill a deer or a wolf”

Horrible grammar aside, I must commend Mr. Caruso for using the word KILL rather than a fluff word such as “harvest.” Here is what the “big deal” is:

  • Are you going to eat the wolf? I think we know the answer to this one.
  • There are 1.4 MILLION deer in Wisconsin AFTER the killing seasons, while there are approximately 800 wolves. That is the “big deal.”
  • Another “big deal” is that wolves are sacred to the tribes in this state. Of course in racist northern Wisconsin this is just another reason why the wolf haters want to kill them.
  • I am assuming by the comment that Mr. Caruso has no problem killing either one because they are “just animals.” To me that is the same as saying that it is okay to drink bleach because both it and water are clear liquids.

Of course to rabid wolf haters none of this logic will make any sense. They will throw out the same tired arguments that “killing is conservation” and that wolves are “decimating” the deer herd, livestock, etc…. blah, blah, blah. In fact yesterday an Associated Press article made sure to point out the absurd argument that:

The wolf hunt has been one of the most contentious outdoor issues Wisconsin has grappled with in years. Supporters say the hunt is a way to manage wolves that are ravaging farmers’ livestock. Animal welfare advocates counter the state’s wolf population is too fragile to support a hunt.

“Ravaging.” Interesting choice of words considering that the most “ravaged” of these livestock are the mysterious “missing” calves that the state has been paying out vast sums of money for the past couple of years. They also fail to mention that most of the “ravaging” occurred on ONE operation in Burnett County. And of course there is no evidence that wolves had anything to do with these calves going “missing.”

The “Boy that Cried Wolf” sure takes on a new meaning when it comes to the crybabies in Wisconsin that seem to blame wolves for everything and refuse to ever look at the facts. An example of this follows the AP story in the comments section:

Kenneth Henry Kohlman II · Top Commenter · University of Wisconsin-Madison

When the state has at least 800 wolves but probably closer to 1000-1500 wolves and a carrying capacity of 350 it’s time to kill some wolves!
This person claims to have attended the UW but says that the “carrying capacity” is 350 wolves? And of course his avatar shows him firing an M-16 type assault rifle while wearing a camo hat. Oh and he also “likes” huntin’, fishin’, and racin’. Shock! Well Kenneth even the DNR says that the carrying capacity is 1000 plus, but don’t let facts get in the way of some good ol’ barstool biologist hyperbole.
And finally Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf had a protest rally last night that was covered by the Capital Times:

Opposition continues as Wisconsin’s second wolf hunt season begins

And of course the preeminent anti-wolf troll “reality22,” “truthbetold,” “nowolves,” etc had to make sure to chime in with some of that good old Northwoods poor grammar and anti-wolf propaganda:

reality22 – 47 minutes ago Let me get this strait….. Smith is going to say with a strait face that the “public does not support” the wolf hunt when it is documented that 18 Northern CO boards have passed resolutions against the wolf and any changes to the wolf plan! Wow!

Even I am having a hard time keeping a “strait” face after reading that garbage. Apparently the 18 county boards are what is considered the “public” in the eyes of LG/”reality22″ or whatever troll name they are using today. Guess what? Wisconsin has a population of 5.7 Million and the big ag/killing cartel dominated county boards of Northern Wisconsin do not speak for the “public” or the entire state of Wisconsin, so give it a rest with the propaganda.
Thank you to Melissa Smith and all of those that turned out for the protest yesterday. It is about time the media starts paying attention to this issue. The DNR needs to realize that they do not answer only to 18 county boards stacked with anti-wildlife big ag types and killing cartel panderers. They also do not only answer to the killing cartels. They answer to the 5.7 million Wisconsin citizens and it is our mission to make them understand that.
From the bloodsport capital of the United States, goodnight.

 

 

 

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4 responses to “This and That From the Bloodsport Capital of the United States

  1. Nancy

    October 16, 2013 at 6:41 pm

    Reblogged this on " OUR WORLD".

     
  2. Buddy2Blogger

    October 16, 2013 at 7:56 pm

    Reblogged this on Sherlockian's Blog.

     
  3. usc1801

    October 17, 2013 at 2:02 am

    I always love the “wolves are killing so many cattle” BS when, in fact, the federal government’s own USDA data shows that wolves are responsible for less than 1% of all cattle deaths. Weather is responsible for 12%. A Recent article in “Psychology Today” used these inbred rednecks’ comments to show that they are compensating for perceived lack of stature and get perverted sexual thrills by killing animals like wolves, bears, and cougars. These individuals really are uneducated and I would argue probably abuse woman, pets, and children too. They really are mentally unstable.

     
  4. Judith Somerset

    October 17, 2013 at 8:20 am

    Thankyou for all you do to help preserve our wolves. I am heartbroken that this is happening, and have called, e-mailed and written letters on why this slaughter should be stopped. We just have to continue until saner minds step forward and see the blood bath for what it is. Playgrounds for psychopaths!

     

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