UN AGENDA TO DEPOPULATE THE WORLD USING WILD BEASTS
|Revelation 6:7-8 The Fourth Seal of Judgment|
|“When the Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, “Come!” I looked, and there before me was a pale horse! Its rider was named Death, and Hades was following close behind him. They were given power over a fourth of the earth to kill by sword, famine and plague, and by the wild beasts of the earth.”|
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REWILDING AKA Conservation Biology
Living in the Time of the Signs
“REWILDING AMERICA” on YOUTUBE
Please note: This presentation is intended as a basic introduction to REWILDING. There is much more that can be said about each of the various topics presented in the video. When I share this presentation in person with a group, I provide handouts with additional information and bring with me numerous studies and thousands of pages of documentation in over a dozen notebooks.
Prior to Obama, REWILDING was already in full swing, not as anything “official” of course, but through service agency philosophy, USFWS species status and range definitions and policy implementation. Keeep in mind, REWILDING is foremost a philosophy, used to fulfill an agenda. To further the REWILDING agenda, the Obama admin instituted Landscape Conservation Cooperatives in March, 2009, under Secretarial Order (Ken Salazaar). Also in 2009 Obama also directed the ARMY CORPS of ENGINEERS to work in partnership with the U.N. to develop the Integrated Water Resource Management strategies and procedures. Water governance is another very important component of REWILDING. Critical Habitat designations, species recovery zones, and monument designations all peaked under Obama. There is so much evidence that REWILDING is/was the guiding philosophy over the last several decades it’s not even arguable. I am hopeful the Trump admin will reverse course, but not overly optimistic.
How Non-Native Wolves Wreak Havoc in the West
By: Randy Tucker
It is the point of the spear when it comes to federal intrusion in the American West. The wolf has come to epitomize the arrogance of easterners when it comes to life in the Rocky Mountains.
The introduction of Canadian timber or gray wolves into the greater Yellowstone ecosystem in 1996 was, in the minds of many people living in Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana, akin to an invasion.
The widespread myth that wolves did not exist at all along the backbone of the Rocky Mountains was often disproven with photographs and recorded sightings of Canis Lupus wandering the draws and foothills of the Rockies.
Indigenous prairie wolves were often spotted between Togwotee Pass and the entrance to Yellowstone and Grand Teton in the early 1980s.
The prairie wolf can grow to 75 pounds, while the gray wolf is a huge predator reaching 175 pounds.
“We used to see 10 to 15 bulls every winter,” Zumbo said. “When the wolves came, those elk disappeared. I attribute that to wolf predation.”
“The primary prey for the wolves when they came from Canada was moose,” Zumbo said. “The moose didn’t evolve over the last decades with wolves, so they didn’t have an escape strategy.”
Wolves are incredible hunters and capable of roaming hundreds of miles in any direction; their speed, power, and destructiveness in packs is legendary.
Agricultural areas near Cody and Lander, Wyoming used to see occasional herds of elk during extreme winters, but now herds are staying with cows calving for the first time in recorded history on the farms and ranches outside these small communities.
Safety is relative, and the herding changes are evidence of Wyoming’s shoot-on-site law in about 85 percent of the state. Wolves outside the boundaries of a designated trophy species near Yellowstone are considered varmints and can be taken by anyone without a license.
Wolf hunters prefer the popular varmint calibers of .243, 22-250, and 6mm, but there are no guidelines as there are with other big game for what is and is not a legal caliber.
“The ranch lands along the Yellowstone highway have elk for the first time in 33 years. You can see them in the valley any month of the year,” Zumbo said. “I think the elk have learned if they move to the winter range, they won’t see wolves.”
“Surplus kills” is the name given for mass killings done by wolf packs. One pack killed 17 calves and two cow elk in 2017 near Pinedale.
People supporting wolf reintroduction claimed it was not done by wolves, but 19 dead animals surrounded by wolf tracks with only a small amount of meat consumed says otherwise.
From October 1 to December 31, 2017, Wyoming had its first wolf hunting season since 2013 in the area 75 miles around Yellowstone. The state sold 48 licenses, and this year, added another 10 to the harvest limit.
Grizzlies occasionally kill a domestic cow or calf, and coyotes are notorious for killing sheep and snagging baby pigs, but wolves are a major threat to livestock.
Kelly Gardner, a rancher almost 180 miles from Yellowstone, lost a calf to a wolf four years ago near Shoshoni, Wyoming. Gardner has spotted wolves seven times in the years since, with most running solo or in packs of two or three.
One wintry morning he was looking for lost cattle south of Moneta, Wyoming and spotted a coyote high-tailing it across the prairie. As he cleared a ridge, he spotted a pair of wolves chasing the coyote. Predators eat other predators in the west.
A little reported trend occurring in Idaho is mountain lions killing and eating solitary wolves or taking a wolf out of a group of two or three.
A full wolf pack is the match of any predator and would kill a lion or even a grizzly, but lions are very adaptable animals, and wolf is now on the menu.
Lion hunters use dogs to run and tree the big cats, but lion hunting is on the decline in wolf inhabited areas as well.
Wolves despise domestic dogs and kill them on sight if they can. Wolves now listen for the sound of a pack of hounds pursuing a cougar and close-in on the dogs before the hunter can catch up. Wolves have killed entire packs of hounds and eaten the dogs before their handler can intervene.
Cattle, moose, deer, lions, and dogs are all affected in different ways by the introduction of wolves not native to the Yellowstone area, and as the wolf expands its hunting area, the effect expands as well, like ripples from a stone tossed into a pond.
In 1991, just a few years prior to wolf introduction, the Jackson Hole Elk Herd number 21,000. Last year (2017) the Jackson herd was estimated at 10,000 to 10,500 animals. The Northern Yellowstone Elk Herd took an even bigger hit, going from approximately 20,000 animals down to a low of 3,000 by 2012.
Prior to wolf introduction, the Greater Yellowstone regional moose population was estimated at 3,000 to 5,000. Today the moose population is hovering around 500.
Humans have a right to use resources just like any other creature. While I advocate for multiple use of our public lands, I am also an advocate for full protection where it is appropriate. I do not advocate for single use of our public lands (conservation), as the enviro whackos do. Allowing a non-endangered high impact predator such as the gray wolf to spread recklessly across settled landscapes attacking limited ungulate populations and spreading disease is insane and disingenuous. If conservationists were really concerned about protecting the genetic integrity of gray wolves, and their survival as a distinct “variety” of animal, they would advocate keeping them far to the north, far far away from settled landscapes, ruthlessly, by any means necessary, in order to prevent hybridization between wolves and coyotes and wolves and dogs. Steve Busch
Published on Jan 15, 2014
French farmers take sheep flocks to Eiffel Tower to protest ‘govt-protected’ wolves
French farmers herded their sheep to the Eiffel Tower on Thursday to protest against the growing number of attacks on their flocks by wolves, which they argue are protected by the government.
The farmers brought around 250 sheep to central Paris to demand action from government ministers to stop the attacks on their flocks, which have increased dramatically in recent years.
One of the protesters was dressed as a wolf while carrying around a lamb. Another held a banner reading: “Today famers, tomorrow unemployed.”
The farmers and their sheep are due to meet with French Agriculture Minister Stephane Le Foll later on Thursday.
There have been 4,800 attacks on sheep by wolves so far this year – 1,000 more than in 2013, according to official figures from the French Sheep Organization (FNO), AFP reported.
“There is nothing natural about being eaten by wolves. We are against wolves from the moment they attack our farms,”said Claude Font, head of a sheep farmers association in the Auvergne region in central France. Although the wolves originally were confined to the southeast near the Italian border, they have now migrated to central and southwestern France.
The continued threat of wolf attacks on sheep is “an enormous daily stress, it is omnipresent and oppressive, farmers around me feel helpless. The wolf reproduces and moves around very fast,” said Claire, a sheep farmer in the Alpine region of Drone, located in the country’s southeast.
The farmers also say that France’s so-called “wolf plan,” which pays farmers compensation for sheep killed by wolves, is a waste of money. It cost €15 million euros in 2012.
“We don’t want the money, we want to be able to do our job in good conditions,” said Michele Boudoin, secretary general of the FNO.
The farmers are asking for wolves to be removed from sheep breeding regions, and the right to shoot wolves immediately if their flock is attacked. They are also calling for the quota in the number of wolves they are allowed to kill to be scrapped, or at least increased from the current 24 wolves allowed annually.
“But the wolves do have some friends in France. Patrick Boffy is head of Ferus in the Southern Alps, the first French region to see the wolf return in the 1990s. Ferus is an organization that was set up to help protect wolves, bears, and lynxes.
He says that in some places – such as steep, rocky terrain – farmers should simply leave. In other areas, they must learn to cohabit with the wolf.
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Coywolves are Taking Over Eastern North America
Coywolves are not ‘shy wolves’—they are coyote-wolf hybrids (with some dog mixed in) and now number in the millions
People living in Eastern Canada and U.S. are probably familiar with the smart, adaptable wild canine that lives in their forests, neighborhood parks and even cities. What they may not know is that eastern coyotes aren’t true coyotes at all. They might better be known as hybrids, or coywolves.
Coywolves only emerged over the last century or so and have since spread successfully over much of eastern North America, reports Zachary Davies Boren for The Independent.
The hybrid, or Canis latrans var., is about 55 pounds heavier than pure coyotes, with longer legs, a larger jaw, smaller ears and a bushier tail. It is part eastern wolf, part wester wolf, western coyote and with some dog (large breeds like Doberman Pinschers and German Shepherds), reports The Economist. Coywolves today are on average a quarter wolf and a tenth dog.
That blend helps make the hybrid so successful that it now numbers in the millions, Roland Kays of North Carolina State University tells The Economist. The reporter writes:
Coyotes dislike hunting in forests. Wolves prefer it. Interbreeding has produced an animal skilled at catching prey in both open terrain and densely wooded areas, says Dr Kays. And even their cries blend those of their ancestors. The first part of a howl resembles a wolf’s (with a deep pitch), but this then turns into a higher-pitched, coyote-like yipping.
The dog DNA might even include some tolerance for the noise of cities. At least 20 now live in New York City, and others have been spotted in Washington D.C., Boston and Philidelphia, reports Michael Tanenbaum for the Philly Voice.
While the fact that coywolves can still breed with wolves and dogs means it doesn’t quite fit the definition of a new species (for some), that may change. Coywolves are telling an “amazing contemporary evolution story that’s happening right underneath our nose,” Kays tells The Economist.
Someday, they may unambiguously be another species, but for now coywolves are enjoying the advantages of hybrid vigor.
What Are Alien Big Cats?
Alien Big Cats, or Phantom Cats, are animals like panthers, jaguars and tigers found in habitats where they don’t naturally live and should not exist. They are most closely associated with the UK and Britain, but these creatures have appeared in places like the United States, Australia and Denmark.
Unlike any other predator, large cats bring out a primitive fear in humans. They take us back to a time when we were just as often prey as hunter, stalked silently from the grass by saber-toothed tigers and other prehistoric beasts.
Today, big cats are still fierce hunters that can easily take down game or livestock, and a human being is, of course, no match. So when they start showing up in places we don’t expect to see them it can be a little alarming for the local population.
Alien cats get the blame for killing livestock and household pets, and the fear lingers that it won’t be long until humans are on the menu. They’re stealthy, like ghosts in the dark of the landscape. Phantom Cat is the perfect nickname.
How do you stop a menace that exists in unknown numbers, and melts away as though it were never there? How do you catch a beast that you’ll never see coming until it is too late?
…Big Cats are among the few creatures where the danger is very real. When these beasts are lurking, nobody is safe.
The United Nations wants you to share the neighborhood with the HUGE predators! Meet some of your neighbors: Remember no guns allowed. And no fences to protect your children in the yard.
Big Cats in Britain: Where Did They Come From?
Phantom cats have been spotted in Britain for decades, and many British citizens are quite convinced of their presence. However, the government remains skeptical and continues to deny their existence, at least publicly. Despite what the government may say, the numbers seem to making the case.
British Phantom Cats are usually black, and believed to be panthers, jaguars or leopards. All of these species have the potential to be black, though it is not very common. Possibly a small genetic pool has lead to the population of black animals in Britain, or maybe they are something else entirely.
Predatory Cats in Australia
Phantom cats have been spotted in Australia for over 100 years. In recent times there have been countless eyewitnesses. Interestingly, at least some leaders in Australia are taking the problem seriously. In 2003 the New South Wales governments stated that it is “more likely than not” that there is a population of big cats existing near Sydney.
Sightings in the United States
People in the United States have been seeing big, black cats as well, in states like North Carolina, Mississippi, Delaware and even Hawaii.
Strange Cats Spotted Around the World
Alien Big Cats have also been spotted in Denmark, the Netherlands and New Zealand. We can only imagine how they may have gotten there and what they are up to.
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BOULDER (CBS4) — Wildlife officers are monitoring a juvenile mountain lion up a tree in a neighborhood in north Boulder.
People are asked to avoid the area and residents are encouraged to keep their pets inside.
Wildlife officers are monitoring this juvenile mountain lion up a tree in a neighborhood on the fringe of the foothills in north Boulder.
More bears being spotted in Massachusetts
Published on Nov 13, 2016
They are often lured to them by the smell of food, coming from homes or garbage cans and the DEC’s Gene Kelly said make no mistake about it, they are dangerous.
“We’re not talking about Winnie the Pooh here; we’re talking about live, wild animals that can grow quite large,” he said. “Adult male bears can easily 300 or 400 pounds or even larger; they are powerful animals. They don’t look to us as friends, even though they look cuddly and cute. They view us as nothing more than a potential source of food.”
Kelly said keep garbage can lids on tight, don’t stock bird feeders in the summer, turn off kitchen exhaust fans immediately after cooking, and if you are barbequing, be sure to clean off the grill after use and close the lid.
The food supplies all across the globe are disappearing. Between the wildfires, flooding, tornados, tsunami’s, volcanoes, sinkholes, new strains of diseases, swarms of locusts and ants, and all the fish and birds dying en masse, not only are humans going to be hungry so are all the WILD animals the UN is putting into our neighborhoods. Not only that, all the people who have their own private collections of WILD animals will not be able to feed them. They will be releasing them to find their own food. GUESS WHERE THEY ARE GOING TO BE LOOKING?? Animals are no longer intimidated by us. They have been conditioned or breed to be unafraid of loud noises or human beings. Soon it will not be safe to go out of your door without a GUN!
Man-eating bears terrorise Bulgaria as villagers hire armed guards
TERRIFIED villagers in Bulgaria are forced to employ armed guards because of man-eating bears.NewsCoreMAY 18, 201011:25PM
TERRIFIED villagers in Bulgaria were forced to employ armed guards because of marauding man-eating bears, it has emerged.
Hundreds of the ravenous creatures started savaging herds of sheep and ripping open beehives after waking late from hibernation in the Kutela region of southern Bulgaria, The Sun reported.
But after a cold winter, food was hard to find and they instead attacked a human.
The bears’ victim – Nikola Shikov, 65 – was ripped apart and devoured this week when he went to gather firewood.
“The cold weather has meant the bears emerged late from hibernation ravenously hungry and there is still nothing much for them to eat,” local police chief commissioner Kiril Hadzhihristev said.
“There has to be some system for providing them with food otherwise this will happen again.”
He estimated that there were close to 300 bears living in the district.
“Nobody will leave their homes now without someone else watching them with an armed gun,” Kutela’s mayor Emil Stoyanov said.
London Police are investigating an attack on a one month old baby by a Fox. The incident happened in Bromley, South East London.
The baby was left with a serious hand injury after the Fox entered through an open back door, crept into his bedroom and dragged him from his cot. The babies screaming alerted his mother who rushed into the child’s room to see the Fox dragging the baby along by his hand.
The mother managed to free the child but by then the Fox had bitten the finger off.
Erwin is one of the world’s leading experts on the End-Permian mass extinction, an unthinkable volcanic nightmare that nearly ended life on earth. According to Erwin, “People who claim we’re in the sixth mass extinction don’t understand enough about mass extinctions to understand the logical flaw in their argument. To a certain extent they’re claiming it as a way of frightening people into action, when in fact, if it’s actually true we’re in a sixth mass extinction, then there’s no point in conservation biology because by the time a mass extinction starts, the world would already be over.” In other words, all this talk that we are witnessing another “mass extinction” is pure propaganda.
Conservation biologists love to throw out catchphrases and change definitions to suit their needs. That is why conservation biology is considered a philosophy, not science.
It is a fact that our government is expanding connectivity and curtailing best forest management and other multiple-use activities on a massive scale on our public lands. This is done through a variety of means, especially critical habitat designations and species recovery zones (over 12,000 sq. miles in the last three years alone!). Expanding the range of high impact large carnivores such as grizzly bears, gray wolves, and Jaguars, is government policy, but it is not necessary to preserve any of these non-endangered species from extinction.
All this is being done to control human behavior and change the political landscape. Steve Busch