Monthly Archives: January 2013

Government Agencies — Management-by-Killing Our Wildlife Unnecessary


“We must act with vindictive earnestness against the Sioux, even to their extermination, men, women, and children. Nothing else will reach the root of this case. . . The more we can kill this year, the less will have to be killed next war, for the more I see of these Indians the more convinced I am that all have to be killed or maintained as a species of pauper.” General William Tecumseh Sherman

Realities often are cumbersome, crude, and most people simply look-away at these burdensome situations.  And just as often Animal Advocates will do so as well, especially when assuming defeat, then a manipulated hoped-for compromise takes place.

The forced upon government or politician’s quick-fix can be a resolution, but history and reality, within our universe anyway, dictates it being temporary, at best.  The Indians and Buffalo in the past — now Wolves and even Wild Horses currently.  So easily is this situation resolved, but not done as long as there exists a “kill-to-manage animals” ideology within our government.  And why not, we certainly have a history of easy-fix solutions, and to many killing is easily done.  We are a war society.

The American Indian remains exemplary and certainly stands out among the pages of history as being mistreated by what we call the “Seeds of Civilization.”  This can also be used, from the notes above from General Sherman, which shows hatred as a compliance toward a supposed resolution, within this particular discussion.

Needless to say, General Sherman’s comments stirred hatred toward the Indians at large, and we know the following history of that situation.  It demonstrates the pretense to not only the human aspect, but what we as a civilization can do to our fellow mankind and are right now doing to our wildlife and even domestic animals.  We can no doubt also assume that if we, as mankind, can do this to our own human flesh and blood, then it is not so farfetched to assume we can do this to animals as well, and those excuses from the past can be used once again today.  And we do!

Lack of Leadership Spawns Hatred

Many people within our government today do this same thing, make no doubt.  Slurs and rhetoric abound, presenting a casual killing atmosphere toward our nations wildlife, to be simply — okay.  We can look at the Fish & Wildlife Service for example, extremely guilty of a “kill-to-manage” ideology and response to managing our nations wildlife, and yet we find within good-science research to be unnecessary.  The Bureau of Land management, the Department of the Interior and the Forestry Department and how they manage our Wild Horse Herds are also a good example, and though not mentioned here, can no doubt be assumed, as to what happens to the Wolf — so to the Wild Horse Herds domestically.

Leadership should always be questioned and their motives brought forth within discussion, in order to assume any type of honest decision making process; especially this and in accord with our present killing of our wildlife and the taking of our Public Lands by oil, mines, and energy corporations and the cattle industry!  Suddenly, we also find our lands being destroyed because of these government/corporate decisions.  Entire ecological systems being wiped out, replaced by temporary money-makers, but short-lived.  But we pay the cost, both monetarily and ecologically, with the common destruction of our Public Lands.

Many who listen to our leadership, or lack of, are not best equipped to understand the situation discussed here.  Wolves, for example, are portrayed as derelict animals that kill for the joy of killing something-anything.  And yet, Science and authenticity of Wolf kills have shown much differently, and recorded as such — but ignored.

Majority of People Against Kill-Management

Here is a common belief of those who have read the Science, and yet view the way Wolves portrayed often within the press. This is about a Wolf-Kill hunt with prizes and monetary awards for the most kills during the day — the situation canceled due to the majority objection of the situation as disgusting, and hunters disliked by the majority:

“I am sure many people will write letters expressing outrage. I too am outraged and sickened by this butchery (dressed in the sheep’s clothing as “fun”), but I’ll allow other letter writers to discuss the inhuman brutality, if not insanity, of this event.

I’d like to comment on the publicity poster mentioned in the article that depicts the stereotypically evil looking, snarling wolf.

Perhaps this poster could have a better, far more accurate and descriptive image instead: That of the stereotypical redneck hick (with the obligatory beer gut and buck teeth), dressed in overalls – holding a sawed-off shotgun? I think this image is far more suitable.” Wolf kill a poor strategy to manage wildlife, Vancouver Sun, Canada, Nov. 26, 2012.

Civilization Horses and Wolves

Our civilization continues to take “backward steps” — rather than assume a progressive stand toward saving our wildlife; instead, lack of leadership within political realms as well as government agencies’, compounds — the results — abundant killing of our wildlife — not going unnoticed what so ever is the ways of killing our wildlife has become uncalled for and extremely abusive as well!  One can also state, beyond a doubt, some of the methods used to be criminal in nature.

The “kill-to-manage” our wildlife is no longer an option, whereas, other management principles must be developed in order for us all to exist on this planet!  This means stop the killing of our wildlife, as it is unnecessary;  There exist many options, and the old ways must depart, making way for new and improved options of a more civilized nature.

Mankind and Killing Wildlife

But what is it that we see, for example, on television.  We see the Discovery Channel, the National Geographic Channel, and quite a few more who advertise themselves as a community that supports wildlife and animal welfare.  Often these stations also are supported by non-profit groups that advertise themselves as supporting wildlife.  But in truth they do not do so and the dispersion of funds and donations received demonstrate a much different situation.  A little research shows they lie.

But the reality?  Much of their viewing schedule is about hunting, killing, or eradicating animals in many different ways, and throughout the United States and the world for that matter.  They sell-out to corporate advertising and money.

But not so surprising if, once again, we understand history and note what humans have done to other humans.  The gap between savage and civilized narrows, where one becomes undistinguishable from the other.  Hunting is no longer the part of history from yesteryear, especially within the United States — which used to be distinguished to place food on the family table; rather, today it is a nasty affair and fraught with blatantly and gruesome results more often than not.

Yes, we have come to the point in the escapades of a hunter of today that shows their killing and mutilating of wolves to be beyond the scope of those wild creatures they kill.  Wolves are commonly portrayed as having a secondary trait to kill for joy of killing — yet, mentioned again, Science and unbiased data from unbiased research shows much differently.

We see those that kill Wolves, by traps or bullets, to enjoy it to the point of having their photo taken, with pride of the kill — or for bragging rights of the kill at the local bar!  When questioned about the noted and obvious abuse, these people portray the situation as “everybody else is wrong” and it was not abusive at all, that the people who said this do not know anything about hunting.

Many war veterans and ex-hunters are Animal Advocates today, due to the nature and cruelties seen as common events and that hunting has become today — to include this writer and many others — make no doubt about this!

Changing Leadership Changing Wildlife Management

Perhaps writing this and you reading this, we can all start to understand better this situation of the principles and methodology being used to liquidate our wolves, our horses, our wildlife in general.  Simply worded, the “Management-by-Kill” of our wildlife is unnecessary and not wholesome to our society, our advancement as a civilization, and certainly destructive to our Ecological Systems and our Environment.  This is too much to pay for someone’s amusement — It must be STOPPED IMMEDIATELY!

UPDATE: While killing all of the Wolves, to potential extinction, we have government agencies such as the National Park Service, now hiring shooters to manage-by-kill to manage Elk.  So these government agencies, apparently assume rather than have a proper management of wolves without killing them to accomplish a wolf’s natural situation and control the population of Elk, to hire at taxpayer expense, in the millions of dollars, people to shoot Elk to control their numbers in the wild and on NPS boundaries!  We pay these people in these agencies in excess of $150,000 per year to make responsible decisions — a decision to simply control everything by killing them can be made by someone obtaining minimum wage! Please review this article: Sharpshooters Win Battle to Cull Rocky Mountain National Park’s Elk — Court Decides that Wolves are “Impractical”


Posted by on January 28, 2013 in Uncategorized


Bureau of Land Management, Arrogance, and Abuse


“Fairness, justice, and freedom are more than just words. They are a perspective.”

Often our Bureau of Land Management (BLM) neglects our nation’s laws, ethics, and Constitutional freedoms.  These same laws become merely words on paper, according to these particular people in this government agency, often unread and truly ignored by them.

And it is quite obvious, as one can surmise, the laws and ethics totally unknown by these same employees.  This is the most litigated and sued government agency in American history, and for the reasons just mentioned, and without question no other reasoning exists what so ever.

We, as tax payers continue to pay for this, and ironically the Abuse of our Wild Horses seems to be the recipients’ of these BLM employee’s anger and of their psychological and sociopathic ways. (see 1st article of this 3 article set at: for more reference on psychology and behavior)

Bureau of Land Management and Litigation = Animal Abuse

Bare with me and a proper explanation will evolve on the categorical statement heading above; You will then see it is not so absurd what so ever.

The fact is 70% of litigations against the BLM is for questionable conduct and usurping known laws.  Many ethical questions are involved as well, and even worse — from inappropriate or outright bad decisions; whereas, the litigation that follows is at the expense of us, the tax payers, and quite costly.

Often litigation is the result of a combination of things:

1.  BLM employees distributing bad information, or a lot of misinformation;

2.  They attempt to conduct their management of our Public Lands based on this same information, and pretend it is part of America’s Public Lands management ideology or scheme, but in truth — it is not;

3.  They inform the public as to appropriate necessity of managing particular parcels of Public Lands, the public then finds out later it was accomplished for a small portion of the public, often 1% or less, to simply become rich on tax payer money, i.e. Welfare Ranchers, oil and mining companies, etc., and within a BLM employees perception the remainder of the public can just go to hell;

4.  Then we have the Lobby Groups that include oil, mining, welfare ranching, energy, and on and on, which often leads to legal actions to reap profits from tax payer money as well — one Justice Department Attorney stated in confidence, with embarrassment, “There are a lot of swine trying to drink from the same money-trough, actually it is an over abundance of tax payer’s money!”

5.  The remainder, 30% of BLM’s litigated cases in Federal Courts — are due to bad management of our Public Lands in America, often managed incompetently — essentially the ruining of our Public Lands.

Ironically, and the point of mentioning this, is the fact that the Wild Horse Herds on our Public Lands becomes the scapegoat for every bit of the lies, irresponsible behavior, and outright bad conduct of BLM employees’.  This is where we can assimilate the BLM employees and their contractors into legitimate Animal Abusers.  Their reasoning or excuses for such behavior never seems to be right, rather being obviously bad behavior combined with sociopathic excuses.

Ethics and the BLM = None

Not so ironic the very existence of ethics remains ignored.  It’s as if a paradigm exists, simply stated, that being a government employee qualifies BLM employees the ability to ignore laws and ethics — and those same laws and ethics are only for the common folks.  Yes, the common folks, you and I, who pay our taxes, who abide by those laws and ethical parameters as written, and who receive severe consequences if not.

So the BLM, who out of a total arrogant attitude, attempts to consistently justify their ignoring of our nations laws and ethics, abound in illegal, unethical, and questionable behavior; Which includes animal abuse, specifically of our nation’s Wild Horse Herds, or even sending our Wild Horses to slaughter.

This happens even though we, as tax payers, continue to pay for the upkeep and feeding of these horses from many unnecessary roundups, and then discover this is not true either.  We find out it is also a lie given to the public by BLM employees.

But why would we, as horse people, expect the truth.  This during a time the BLM tells the public they are completely transparent, even though no one is allowed to go and preview and actually see the many permanent or temporary holding corrals our Wild Horses are located within.

We then discover, as the public and tax payers often do find out, the BLM has been caught in yet another lie.  Yes, now we discover they have been selling horses from the permanent holding corrals — yes, the same corrals we pay millions of dollars a year for as tax payers, and within the parameters of a specifically stated Horse-Count (this is important here), which in reality the Horse-Count does not exist at all.

Society Animal Abuse and Government

After more than two centuries of this countries existence, volumes of words written about ethics, judgments, and laws exist.  Filed away in drawers, cabinets, libraries, and vast computer storage vaults, these words are there, available, to transition into our minds, or to act upon.  And all these words, all of these methods of making these words available, and the time most people have to read them, the majority of these words go unnoticed.  We have only ourselves to blame for such irresponsible conduct by those who we vote for and who represent us!  Ironically, the laws and spirit of the ethics, as written, go unnoticed, often ignored, by the very government and process that generates them.

It is simply time to change all of this!  With reason, responsibility, and having those answer to the Laws and Ethics of this land.  Yes, and as written in volumes of laws and ethics, making government employees responsible for their actions, rather than protected by the cloak of being a “government employee.”  This remains the only way to rid our government of these numerous questionable actions of these employees and deviant individuals!  Some simply need to go to prison!

“Organized animal welfare can be traced back to philosophical teachings of Pythagoras (6th century) who taught respect for animals believing that transmigration occurred between the souls of humans and animals.” This means animal welfare, and caring for animals has indeed been around for a long time — So let’s put a stop to the abuse of all animals — RIGHT NOW–RIGHT HERE!


Wikipedia.  Animal Rights.  Accessed 3 August 2006.

Earth Voice Web Site at contains information on the protection of all animals.

The BBC Web Site at contains a wealth of information on animal ethics.  The site does an excellent job defining the various terms and philosophical issues related to animal rights.  Vivisection.

BBC.  Animal Ethics.

BioethicsWeb.  Organizations, Nonprofit.  [updated 18 July 2003}];.

Discover The Networks.  Animal Rights Groups.

PETA.  PETA’S Mission Statement.  Accessed on 3 August 2006.

The Humane Society of the United States.  The Humane Society of the United States.   Accessed 3 August 2006.


Posted by on January 23, 2013 in Uncategorized