There are advantages to learning about history. One of the big ones is that patterns repeat themselves across historical time, and if you know what happened just before other societies went through the important inflection points in their life cycle, you can tolerably often figure out when one of those is abojut to happen in…Potemkin Nation — Potemkin Nation | Ecosophia
I have received several emails asking me what I think is going on in the world today. With all the things I have uncovered in history, forgive me if I do not believe anything coming from the press, politicians, priests or bankers. Yes, there is a virus. Yes, people are getting sick. Yes, people are dying. This has happened throughout the history of the world. No matter how bad the pandemic or plague was in history, the economy was never shut down. Ever! The number one motto of all religions, governments and press is “Never let a good crisis goto waste”. Time to give them a taste of my venom.
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“Sadly, ignoring public opinion and strong statements made with direct action, Yellowstone insists on catering only to Montana livestock interests and is still sending buffalo to slaughter.”
A yearling buffalo struggles to free herself from the the Silencer, as a Yellowstone bison biologist stands by, waiting to conduct invasive procedures. Photo by Stephany Seay, Buffalo Field Campaign.
Last Wednesday morning, two people with the direct action collective Wild Buffalo Defense locked down to the “Silencer,” the squeeze chute located inside Yellowstone National Park’s infamous Stephens Creek buffalo trap. Cody Cyson, an Ojibwa man, and Thom Brown, a former volunteer with BFC, risked life, limb, and freedom to halt buffalo slaughter operations facilitated by Yellowstone, and draw attention to the trap that has resulted in the deaths of thousands of the country’s last wild, migratory buffalo. The trap’s squeeze chute has been a vehicle for terrifying and torturing countless wild…
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It’s official, AGAIN, the BLM’s Wild Horse and Advisory Board recommends killing off Long Term Holding horses and any “excess” on the range…they even brainstormed about sending horses off to Russia to feed their Siberian Tigers.
Rumors abound on the internet but here are the ACTUAL recommendations by the puppets as reported to us:
Increase the budget in FY2019 to 3 million for reversible fertility control.
BLM Immediately (over the next three years) remove excess animals from the range to achieve AML. (MURDER)
Phase out long-term holding over the next three years. (MURDER)
Increasing funding to support successful adoption programs and on the range management, and consider possibilities for international adoptions. (MURDER)
BLM utilize all tools specified in the Wild and Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971 to achieve and maintain AML. (MURDER)
Examine and and adjust AML…
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“PLEASE call your Senator and share this Misinformation with them before they vote on the Appropriation Bill. Let them know that you will NOT tolerate the murder of federally protected wild horses and burros. AND if money is the issue, why in the hell are horses being rounded-up as I type. It is pure insanity.!” ~ R.T.
FAKE: Wild horses and burro populations are exploding on the range.
The BLM’s claims that free-roaming equine populations double every four years is not backed by evidence (even their own version of such). Real world population rates are context-specific. They vary widely depending on management techniques, climate, forage, water resources and predation. The BLM’s population estimates are notoriously sketchy, often contradictory, and in many cases biologically impossible. It…
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In 2016, a Minnesota man was found guilty of smuggling objects made from elephant ivory.
SOURCE: PPJ Gazette
by Sam Jojola
“This article was originally published for World Animal News in November, 2015 and titled “Wildlife Crimes: Why Is It So Difficult to Enforce Laws”. This is an updated version that includes reference to a 2016 GAO report detailing the shortcomings and successes of combating wildlife trafficking. It often seems that the more things change, the more they stay the same. There are some positive changes, but they are slow.”
Global Anti-Poaching Act of 2015
The passage of the Global Anti-Poaching Act (H.R. 2494) through the House on June 25, 2015 was long overdue and very encouraging news for wildlife law enforcement. It will greatly assist in addressing the rapid expansion of wildlife criminal syndicates and terrorist groups globally. Finally, after decades of “paralysis by analysis” there…
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