Be the voice for the Gray wolf…

Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Film Production Co.

Action is needed to save the Gray wolf.

This is what it’s all about. They do not have a voice in the human world, so we must be their voice.

If the wolf is to survive, the wolf haters must be outnumbered. They must be outshouted, out financed, and out voted. Their narrow and biased attitude must be outweighed by an attitude based on an understanding of natural processes. ~L. David Mech

We are currently being outshouted, out financed, and out voted. Our politicians care neither; for the wolf advocates nor for the wolf haters, but only for catering to the moneyed-special-interest groups that are financing their elections. They are currently whipping up a frenzy of anti-wolf rhetoric; the wolf-hating crowd is enraged and engaged.

The Gray wolf needs you to fight for him now!

We all have to step up our game, and be more active & more engaged…

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Petition update · EMERGENCY!!! The ‘crop-dusting of 10 TONS of ‘Restricted Use’ RAT POISON is scheduled for TOMORROW!! ·

THE TRUTH #5 – Kill Buyer Tom Davis paid the BLM only $17,940 for 1,794 wild horses & burros, but the BLM paid $145,704.60 to ship these animals to Davis

Straight from the Horse's Heart

SOURCE:  Wild Horse Freedom Federation

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THE TRUTH #6 – Dept. of the Interior Office of Inspector General details costs on shipping wild horses and burros to kill buyer Tom Davis

Below are the details contained in a DoI OIG Investigative Activity Report on the costs of shipping wild horses and burros to kill buyer Tom Davis.  From 2/13/2008 to 4/24/2012, the BLM spent $145,704.60 shipping our wild horses and burros to Davis.  Davis paid the BLM only $17,940 for these 1,794 wild horses and burros ($10 each).  The Agent’s Note states “During Davis’ interview, he stated that could make a profit of $2,500 to $3,000 for each load of horses he received…

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Lawsuit Claims Nestle Committed ‘Colossal Fraud’ On Public

Nwo Report

A federal class action lawsuit claims that Nestle is guilty of “colossal fraud perpetrated against American consumers” by selling fake spring water to the public.

11 plaintiffs filed a suit on Tuesday in Connecticut, where Nestle HQ is based, complaining that they would not have paid a premium for the water had they known it did not actually originate from eight purported natural springs in Maine – as Nestle falsely advertise. reports: Rather than being “100% Natural Spring Water,” the “products all contain ordinary groundwater that defendant collects from wells it drilled in saturated plains or valleys where the water table is within a few feet of the earth’s surface,” lead plaintiff Mark J. Patane says in the complaint.

“The vast bulk of that groundwater is collected from Maine’s most populous counties in southwestern Maine, only a short distance from the New Hampshire border,” the complaint continues.

As required by the U.S…

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’Captive’ Lions – DEA Fails to Answer Questions Fully

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Campaign Against Canned Hunting

Let’s start with a working definition of ‘science:’

Science is the pursuit and application of knowledge and understanding of the natural and social world following a systematic methodology based on evidence” – Science Council

Furthermore, ‘science’ is not static, but is based on the best available evidence and should be impartial to politics, or wedded (biased) to any theoretical dogma – credible ‘science’ is impartial.

Speaking as a scientist, cherry picking evidence is unacceptable…..when public figures abuse scientific argument… justify policies that they want to implement for other reasons, it debases scientific culture” – Stephen Hawking

So, in response to questions raised (NW750, June 2017) by Mr P Van Dalen to the Minister, Department: Environmental Affairs (DEA), May 2017, we have some insight into the DEA’s ‘thinking.’

Q.1 – “How was the proposed quota of 800 lion skeletons established?”

In response, the DEA…

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