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So Much for the “Respect” and “Tolerance” the DNR Says Exists for Wolves in Wisconsin

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The Wisconsin wolf slaughter is up to 95 today. Over at the hate filled “Wisconsin Wolf Hunting” Facebook page they are celebrating, spreading the hate, and cheering on more wolf poaching. In fact they decided to make it personal today when they posted this about the wolf advocates that had the nerve to report a possible wolf poaching last year:

Wisconsin Wolf Hunting

2 hours ago

Another photo shot for the Jamie Vee fan club from yesterday. Just a little shout out to Alice, Melissa and Cathy from the fine fans of the WWH fan page. We will turning that story over to a few bloggers and they will be running a story about all of this after the season is done with. Yeah we know what you three attempted to do with harassing people last year and this year . The majority hard core anti wolf hunters are nothing more then bunny huggers and whack job animal activists.

 

If readers do not remember the above mentioned person posted two snuff videos on YouTube showing the gleeful killing of a black wolf and a collared gray colored wolf. What followed was laughing about killing the wolves by the killers in the videos. The videos went viral and were reported to the DNR. In fact this is the response that was received from a DNR official in November 2012:

 

For your information the man who shot the radio collared wolf will be fined and the wolf was confiscated from him.  He was not legally licensed to trap wolves, in part because he had not taken trapper education classes.  We had tried to require training for anyone planning to trap wolves, but were unable to get special wolf trapping training that into the rules.  But all trappers need to have taken trapper education classes.  A major  part of trapper education programs are teaching people ethics of trapping and attempting to dispatch captured animals as humanely and quickly as possible.  Letting the wolf struggle in the trap while they were videoing it instead of just quickly euthanizing it certainly was not ethical.

 

We did provide voluntary training for wolf trapping and I would guess neither group took that class.  The first pair that commented about shooting the wolf in the face were certainly not ethical.   But a well-placed shot to the head can be an approved method of euthanasia approved by the American Medical Veterinary Association.  But putting it on a video, and making comments as they did certainly was not ethical.  I could not see well enough how well the shot was made to the head. Even with a well-placed shot into the brain, there still may be some residual muscle and nerve action after the animal was shot. 

 

Thanks for bringing these to my attention.  They were not easy to watch.  It looks like at least 1 of these individual will end up getting fined. 

 

Happy Thanksgiving

 

Of course as expected the charge was dropped due to what the District Attorney called “legislative interference.” So go ahead and “blog” all you want about this case. Be sure to interview the DA that prosecuted it so he can tell you all about that “legislative interference.” I am sure the public will just love to hear about it.

 

http://wcca.wicourts.gov/caseDetails.do;jsessionid=B173CFFC636E4AEF26494A1DB946F8D9.render6?caseNo=2012FO000321&countyNo=4&cacheId=67B9B7242E108FDCDFE3B1C271D0D055&recordCount=7&offset=1&mode=details&submit=View+Case+Details

 

And speaking of that disgusting hate page here is a smorgasbord of comments showing some of that “tolerance” and “respect” that the DNR and Patrick Durkin claim exists for wolves among Wisconsin “sportsmen.” Here are a few examples:

 

 

Erica Hana I love how these extremist liberals argue how protecting an animal that murders livestock with its face is a must. Shoot them all and make a nice duvee cover. Like · Reply · 5 minutes ago via mobile

 

 

Notice how they go crazy when we say they are “murdering” wolves, but livestock can be said to be “murdered” and it is ok.

 

 

Kris Hanes Going after them hard starting this weekend. Any of u animal rights tree hugging bitches want to watch let me know lmao Like · Reply · October 18 at 10:18am

 

 

Evan W. Powell Looks like another tree hugger. Smoke a pack a day! Like · Reply · 4 · October 17 at 2:38pm via mobile

 

 

Dan Tischer Let the lead fly take them all!!!!!! Like · Reply · October 18 at 2:35pm via mobile

 

 

Jayne Ellen Bay All you people sad about the poor wolves… I’m an animal lover, but when my nephew’s found their much loved labs remains (a spine and collar) in their yard, you tell me they don’t need to be controlled. Blame “people”. You lose a pet, or maybe a child. There was a child attacked by a wolf this summer. Its only a matter of time. Like · Reply · Yesterday at 8:18am via mobile

 

 

Yup, you sure are an “animal lover.”

 

 

Brian Nicks Those are small!! Gonna take four that size to FILL a tag!! Now get back to work. O goodjib! Like · Reply · October 18 at 7:06pm via mobile

 

 

Alan Dulmes Only about two thousand more to go Like · Reply · 6 · October 18 at 11:56am via mobile

 

 

Cori Thiede Who cares what size they are, it’s a wolf KILL EM ALL Like · Reply · 7 · October 18 at 12:50pm via mobile

 

 

Kelly Marquardt Sad when all you have to do is drive around on roads and you will see least 1 or 2 wolves around here .. I still say the wolf and bear count is way off .. Turkeys , Wolves , Coyote , and Bear have taken over .. I hunted a spot that I could always get a limit of grouse .. Not 1 flush .. My GSP did not even get birdy .. shame what the DNR have let our good hunting come too.

 

 

So turkeys are now eating all the deer?

 

 

John Crash Orlowski KILL THEM ALL I have lost a few deer to them damn wolfs and coyotes Like · Reply · October 18 at 2:26pm via mobile

 

 

This one is about the pups killed by the sadists:

 

 

Lucas Schulz They are so small haha Like · Reply · October 18 at 4:31pm via mobile

 

 

Mark Woller I know a guy who guides in Newwood they lost 3 dogs sand had 3 more seriously injured by wolfs and they know of at least 3 packs with up to a dozen in each that doesn’t even put a dent in them Like · Reply · October 18 at 9:31pm

 

 

Patrick Chieves Awesome I was stalked by one up there two years ago bow hunting hope they shoot them all. Like · Reply · 1 · October 18 at 11:50am

 

 

Kelly Marquardt These were shot by a good friends family on opening day .. They have 1 tag left far as I know .. Not sure on the guns used to blast these vermin . Like · Reply · 1 · October 18 at 12:16pm

 

 

Laurel Brown They have been around here too. A guy in Chicago was attacked. I don’t let my dogs out alone. Like · Reply · October 18 at 2:19pm

 

 

So a “guy in Chicago” was attacked by a wolf? Hmmmm I must have missed that news story.

 

 

Amber Rice Hey my uncle shot these! There are too many wolves! That’s why people kill them. They’re a nuisance! Like · Reply · 5 · October 18 at 5:29pm via mobile

 

 

No people kill them because they are a substitute for “libtards” and “tree huggers.”

 

 

Ashley Lynn Martin People in northern wisconsin cannot take their dog for a walk out in the country on trails because their dogs get attacked. People have gotten attacked going for walks. not everyone wants to walk the city. And they kill off all the deer population. If your not a hunter you dont understand. Or if you have not experienced this. You do not understand. People need to get over this already. Its much needed.

 

 

People being “attacked” huh? Proof?

 

 

Maureen Drinkman there are too many of them, our ancestors were right to not have them, and eliminated them!!!…kill them all!!! 16 minutes ago

 

 

Sound familiar? They say the same thing about Native Americans.

 

 

Brian Ryskoski My coonhound thanks you all. Keep smokin them!

 

 

RickMabry I really like the running total but scares me cause I have not got one yet, oh well more motivation!

 

 

Avery Fenne Hopefully some will be shot in Burnett County. Are deer population is extremely low and bear is way up. DNR needs to hand out a few more tags in NW WI.

 

 

Jerome Zondlo Wipe them off Wisconsin along with pit bull dogs.

 

 

Maureen Drinkman awesome!! less pups next year~!!!!

 

 

Chad Haucke We keep this up the IR deer herd is gunna prosper!!!!!!

 

 

Kyle Drinkwine About 10 miles from there now, watching the Wi badgers kick ass, love Wi, and love smoking a pack a day 

 

 

Had enough of that “tolerance” and “respect” yet? It goes on and on and gets even more vile. Here are a couple of messages that Dane County Conservation Congress Delegate, and WE VOW friend, Melissa Smith, received today showing how women and Native Americans are also “tolerated” and “respected” in Wisconsin:

 

Brent Charles Go fuck yourself bitch

 

 

JB Brown: timbernigger

 

 

And last but not least the wolf hater that is disappointed that his dogs may not be able to “let my dogs rip the throat out of one of them”

 

 

Tolerant enough for you? There are literally thousands of comments like these on that page but Durkin and the DNR keep pretending that wolf hunters “respect” wolves. Sure they do. And for the enablers that run that hate page it would be a good idea to stop threatening and enabling those that harass wildlife advocates. You see Melissa Smith is an ELECTED official with the Conservation Congress and any threats or harassment will bring enhanced charges. You may want to consider that before spouting off or allowing your “readers” to harass or threaten her. Terroristic threats are not taken lightly these days. Just remember that. And I hope your “bloggers” have better grammar and spelling skills than you commenters do.

 

 

Wildlife advocates next time a DNR talking head or one of their propaganda mouthpieces like Patrick Durkin or Paul Smith talk about how much wolf “hunters” respect wolves just direct them to that disgusting page or the comment section of any story about wolves.

 

 

And here are more Wisconsin “sportsmen” in action in a newly obtained video showing how much they “respect” wildlife:

 

 

 
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Posted by on October 22, 2013 in Hounding, Hunting, Trapping, Wisconsin Insanity, Wolves

 

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This Is Not What I Voted For…….

Three wolf haters in one picture! President Obama, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack, and "Cowboy" Ken Salazar.

Three wolf haters in one picture! President Obama, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack, and “Cowboy” Ken Salazar.

**Disclaimer** What follows is not representative of Patricia or even the WE VOW group. It is my opinion and mine alone. 

Each day I am coming more and more to the conclusion that the man occupying the White House is not the same man that I thought I voted for.

Am I talking about drone strikes? No, I really don’t care if our CIA or Air Force takes out the jihadists hell bent on killing us because we don’t buy into their “party like it’s 699” philosophy. I also do not have any sympathy for people that call for the death of a young girl that was gang raped by thugs because she is “impure.” I also am not too keen on being sympathetic to those that ram airplanes into buildings or blow up schools because girls are being educated which apparently is a big taboo in that “culture.” Do I like civilians being killed? Of course not, but our enemies sure don’t have a problem with it.

Am I talking about the IRS “scandal?” Hell no! I still cannot see what is wrong with giving extra scrutiny to groups that whine and complain about taxes and are essentially anti-government. I would think the IRS would be derelict in their duties if they didn’t give them extra scrutiny left or right.

Am I angry about the NSA “spying” program where they have access to phone and internet records? Again no. I really don’t care if the NSA sees that I texted my wife a couple of times to bitch about my job or to ask what we are having for supper. I also don’t care if the NSA sees that I spend too much time on Facebook bitching about things when I should be working. Ok, I am guilty of occasionally taking a gander at a naked woman or two on the internet in my time, but I don’t think the NSA cares unless Pat Robertson is now running that agency . As far as I am concerned snoop away as long as it doesn’t get too cozy.

Am I angry about “Obamacare?” Hell no. I think that it is a great first step toward joining the rest of the civilized world. Hopefully universal healthcare is next.

Am I angry about the “gun control” that Obama is pushing for. Again, hell no! Gun nuts make me sick. I don’t have a problem with people reasonably owning guns, I just have a problem with guns owning people as is the case on our culture. And there is that “well regulated militia” thing that the gun nuts seem to always omit when they preach their worship for the Second Amendment.

So what am I angry about regarding the Obama Administration? Well, this is a wildlife site so I think you can guess where I am going with this. When Barack Obama was elected President in 2008, I was skeptical about some things in his platform, but I was also ecstatic that after the eight long nightmare years of the Bush Administration we finally had a true “Progressive” in the White House once again. I had high hopes for the future of our wildlife and wild lands and completely expected Obama to nominate an Interior Secretary in the mold of Bruce Babbitt from the Clinton Administration. My hopes got even higher when rumors started circulating that he was seriously considering Rep. Raul Grijalva of Arizona for the post. Grijalva is a longtime champion for wildlife and wild lands so things were looking up indeed. Imagine my shock when Obama chose a freaking RANCHER, Ken Salazar, as Interior Secretary. You know the guy that showed up at the press conference where his nomination was announced in a freaking cowboy hat! This was my first inkling that something was not right with this administration when it came to the environment and wildlife. Salazar proceeded to adopt the vast majority of Bush Administration Interior policies and promptly delisted the gray wolf from the Endangered Species list in the Northern Rocky Mountain states. This led to the wolf hating states of Idaho and Montana immediately initiating wolf killing seasons in 2009. The killing was stopped when a federal judge put the wolf back on the ESA list.

Not to be deterred, scheming Republicans and “Democrats” like Jon Tester of Montana (also a rancher) decided to try to find a way around the court ruling by slipping a “rider” into a must pass budget bill in 2011 that would remove wolves in Montana and Idaho from the ESA list and authorize all but a token population of 150 to be killed. Our president signed this bill including the “rider” thus spiting right in the face of one of the groups that supported him the most vigorously. This was supposedly done to save the seat of the fake “Democrat” Sen. Jon Tester of Montana, because the only way to get elected in these states is to show how much more you hate wolves than your opponent. Idaho and Montana soon picked up right where they left off and implemented even more extreme killing seasons. Salazar and Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe then made a secret deal with another wolf hating state, Wyoming, that allows for wolves to be killed by any method, at anytime, in 80 percent of that state. The rest of the state, near Yellowstone National Park, would have a “quota.” The killing in these states have led to the death of well over a thousand wolves including numerous radio collared wolves from Yellowstone.

Then to add insult to injury in late 2011, Salazar announced that gray wolves in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan were to be removed from the ESA list at the beginning of 2012. And to the shock of no one Wisconsin and Minnesota initiated plans for killing seasons immediately. In the case of Wisconsin legislation was introduced the same day that wolves were officially delisted. This led to over a 500 Great Lakes wolves being killed in Wisconsin and Minnesota at the end of 2012. This does not include the hundreds killed by the Wildlife Services assassins. Michigan jumped on the wolf killing bandwagon in 2013 and want to start their slaughter in the fall.

The above is bad enough right? But it is not the end. Even after all of the disappointments the Obama Administration delivered in terms of wolves and other environmental issues, he again garnered the support of environmentalists and wildlife advocates, such as myself, because the alternative was unfathomable. I also held out hope that with reelection and the rumored resignation of “Cowboy” Ken Salazar, Obama would have learned his lesson and nominated a much more reasonable Interior Secretary that would put a stop to the insanity that Salazar caused and Obama allowed to happen. Even though Rep. Grijalva again had massive support from environmentalists and wildlife advocates, Obama again ignored us and nominated former banking executive and CEO of outdoor retailer REI, Sally Jewell. I figured that at least she wasn’t a rancher and seemed to be a reasonable choice for the position. Apparently I was wrong.

Not content spitting in the faces of environmental advocates for the past four years, the Obama Administration announced yesterday that all remaining protections for the gray wolf are to be removed in the United States with the exception of the severely endangered Mexican Gray Wolves in Arizona and New Mexico. How generous.

Thank you President Obama for spitting in the face of those that supported you once again. I ask, what did we do to make you hate us so much? Better yet, why do you hate wolves so much? Are you trying to pander to the yokels in the West and places like Northern Wisconsin that would never support you anyway? I didn’t vote for this, and I doubt the millions of others that voted for you did either. You won’t stand up to the Teahadist bullies that attack you each and every day, but you have no problem offending those that worked hard to get you elected? Why is that? The gray wolf is not “recovered.” Not even close. So why is the federal government washing their hands and turning over their “management” to the states knowing full well that the states are already waging and all out war against this species.

If you are like me and outraged at this administration please let them know.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/submit-questions-and-comments

Then contact the Department of Interior and let them know what you think about their war against wolves:

Mailing Address:
Department of the Interior
1849 C Street, N.W.
Washington DC 20240

Phone: (202) 208-3100
E-Mail: feedback@ios.doi.gov
Web: Feedback form

We need to remind President Obama WHY we voted for him and make it very clear that we did not vote for this.

And while I am not a big fan of internet petitions because they are dubious at best for being effective this one is legitimate in my view. Please sign:

Protect America’s Wolves!

 

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