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Wolf Hunting: Crime or Necessity?


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Murielle
- 1857 days ago - greenfudge.org
During the last few years wolf hunting has been a hot topic in Sweden. With the cancelation of the Swedish annual wolf hunt last February by Stockholm's Administrative Court, the topic is back in the public debate.



   

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Ben Oscarsito (131)
Monday April 21, 2014, 5:09 am
How would I know? I live in the southwest of Sweden, and I've never seen a wolf in nature...
 

Michael M (60)
Sunday April 27, 2014, 10:55 am
Sweden has the usual European (understand that it is the Euroamerican controllers of North America, as well, who believe the same human-uber-alles crap) position on wolf management.
While the Swedish Environmental minister will not take a personal position on wolf killing, there is some good sign that the gun nuts are not in total charge.

This makes them very angry.

Norway is cracking down on wolf poachers.

Both nations have TINY wolf populations, compared to natural and will not change significantly so long as the present gun-totin' world remains.

You haven't seen a wolf in nature because they are wise to the crazy humans.

However, the wolf does not and cannot cover his tracks in winter snow. Also the human miscegenation and enslavement of wolf pups and making them into slavedogs for hundreds and even thousands of years, means that dogs are used to track wolves for death: either for human "recreation" or death sentence for merely trying to live.

It is forgotten that humans are a tropical animal, only living in wolf country because they can make artificial coats and live in heated shelters. We have invaded or immigratd into others' nations, and fail ultimately in respect for the living beings and entire ecosystems which function well and beautifully without our existence.

As the Latinos say:
"Respect, man."

That's all that is necessary.
 
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