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Tyranny. A good read.....

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west chilcotin bc
(Tyr-an-ny) n. 1. arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power; despotic abuse of authority.

Recently a female forest worker in British Columbia was attacked by a pack of wolves. She and one of her two dogs were able to flee into the safety of her truck while the other dog died. Unlike the young schoolteacher on the Alaskan Peninsula and the Saskatchewan young man taking an evening walk that were attacked and killed by wolves in recent years, the lady forest worker was saved by her nearby vehicle. Unlike the nine beagles killed recently by wolves in Michigan or the thousands of dogs of all kinds killed by government introduced and protected wolves in The Lower 48 States in recent years, the ladies’ dog that fled into the truck cab was spared the horrible death of its fellow-pet.

Let us set aside much of the rampant disinformation about wolves. 1. Wolves do really carry and transmit over 30 deadly diseases and infections of great danger to humans, pets, livestock, and other wildlife. 2. Wolves actually kill dogs of all kinds wherever they encounter them. 3. Wolves will kill livestock consistently and often in great numbers, and all the temporary “compensation”, electric fences, “flurry” and other “solutions” not-withstanding: wolves will adjust to defeat them and the constant war between animal husbandry and wolves will increasingly favor wolves unless expensive, intolerable (to others both cost-wise and emotionally) and continuous wolf-killing keeps their numbers very low or assures their protracted absence. 4. Wolves, in fact, reduce and maintain numbers of elk, moose, deer and other game animals to levels insufficient to sustain hunting. 5. Bear spray, “puffing up” and other such nonsense are NO deterrent to wolves that decide, for whatever reason, to attack a human: ask the Idaho schoolteacher chased recently on his bicycle by a wolf on the Alcan Highway about “bear spray”.

Instead, consider the matter of human safety. Despite wolf disinformation to the contrary; there is NO inherent, natural, biological, proven, genetic or other restraint to wolf behavior that precludes or assures a reluctance to investigate, probe, attack, kill or eat humans. Hunting, hiking, camping, and other numerous and consistent rural incidents bear out this fact. Kids wait for school buses in New Mexico for a reason. Wolves are attracted to kids just as they are to deer fawns and moose calves. Wolves frequent rural home-sites routinely and young and old (slow-moving) humans are observed just like moose in a cedar swamp, elk in a river bottom or deer in a snowy winter refuge.

While wolves were never purposely exterminated from British Columbia, they have been consistently controlled, meaning their local presence is reduced due to complaints and the remaining wolves that experience frequent shooting and trapping are, for a while, less likely to expose themselves to humans or human activities. Contrast this with The Lower 48 States where wolves were purposely, with great cost and effort, and with complete government cooperation exterminated with the exceptions of a remnant (controlled locally) presence tolerated in Minnesota and Montana.

What are we to say of a federal government that forcibly re-injects, and protects with severe penalties, wolves into The Lower 48 States (while simultaneously conniving and scheming to undermine the 2nd Amendment and confiscate all guns)? Of State governments that quietly acquiesce and cooperate in spreading lie about “global warming”, “unidentified predators” and the disappearance of livestock and game while ridiculing rural parents and rural elderly concerned about human safety and the deterioration of their outdoors way of life and narrow economic options? Of the citizen blocs they both cater to from multi-Billion (yes, Billion) radical environmental/animal rights’ organizations and uninformed urban/suburban entertainment-seekers to political schemers interested in growing government and interjecting foreign powers and foreign ruling schemes into the USA: all of whom share one thing – they are not harmed by nor do they live with the mayhem they reek on their rural brothers and sisters. Only one of the many contradictions being enacted by government is how they ignore the deaths of thousands of dogs to introduced wolves while posturing with great concern about the “dangers” of using dogs (how Ireland was finally ridded of wolves centuries ago) to hunt and kill wolves.

We need look no further than the very first words used to “establish” our federal government in 1787, the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States. “We the People” formed, and authorized our federal government to “insure domestic Tranquility”, “promote the general Welfare” and “secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity”. This limited and specific charge nowhere contains the tiniest authority or suggestion of using this defined power to do what the federal government has, is and intends to do with wolves, grizzly bears, Indiana bats, snail darters, salmon, etc. to continue destroying American’s property rights while eroding gun rights, religious rights and the 10th Amendment’s States Rights and simultaneously passing PC laws to destroy freedom of speech and The Declaration of Independence claim (that inspired those that fought and died to establish this Nation) “that all men are created equal”.

We can only describe such government actions as the “arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power; despotic abuse of authority”. In other words, our government’s actions are examples, both individually and collectively, of the first and primary definition of the dreaded word, TYRANNY.

Your first clue that will make this no longer deniable and will exonerate those like me from dismissal as mere anti-government extremists will be the horrible death of (most likely) a child or some defenseless elderly person or lady by a wolf or wolves. As all the disinformation is blasted everywhere about “never been one before”, “she behaved incorrectly”, “(hunters, campers, children, old folks, etc.) don’t ‘belong’ in wolf country”, and my favorite just used about a wolf attack in a Minnesota campground – “the wolf was sick and had a deformed brain”: ask yourself these 3 questions. 1. Would this have ever happened if government had not forced wolves on rural Americans? 2. Who is responsible for this? 3. How will this be prevented in the future?

When the government answers to these 3 questions are: 1. Don’t be silly. 2. Everyone and no one. 3. By raising your taxes and government debt to hire more government employees and giving more grant money to University “experts” to come up with recommendations and suggestions right after the next election.

It will no longer be deniable that we and our descendants are living under a tyrant employing thousands of assistant tyrants with our money.

Jim Beers

2 November 2013

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Jim Beers is a retired US Fish & Wildlife Service Wildlife Biologist, Special Agent, Refuge Manager, Wetlands Biologist, and Congressional Fellow. He was stationed in North Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York City, and Washington DC. He also served as a US Navy Line Officer in the western Pacific and on Adak, Alaska in the Aleutian Islands. He has worked for the Utah Fish & Game, Minneapolis Police Department, and as a Security Supervisor in Washington, DC. He testified three times before Congress; twice regarding the theft by the US Fish & Wildlife Service of $45 to 60 Million from State fish and wildlife funds and once in opposition to expanding Federal Invasive Species authority. He resides in Eagan, Minnesota with his wife of many decades.

Jim Beers is available to speak or for consulting. You can receive future articles by sending a request with your e-mail address to: [email protected]


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This hits the nail right on the head ............Its not about wolves its about power over the people . Ask yourself is this my land ? do I own my land ?
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