Research & Written by John Cox, MA, Cascade Mountain Range
“Great things are done, when men and mountains meet.” – William Blake
Today we have many things ongoing of a questionable nature at the Department of Interior’s (DOI) subordinate agency, the Bureau of Lands Management (BLM). We see first-hand, those of us that are in the field a lot within the past decade or two, and I might add, have obtained serious knowledge – from education and experience – about what it is we all are seeing directly to our front; or, while perusing an area in fixed-winged aircraft or helicopters. I am speaking now of the adjuvant used within fertility programs on our public lands, by not only the BLM but the USDA Wildlife Services. It is indeed a very dangerous, as well as corrupted situation that needs discussed, by government employees, politicians, as well as Taxpayer’s who are unknowingly supporting such travesties against Nature and Human’s alkie.
Allow me to back-step momentarily. The BLM tells the public, and has done so for quite some time now, there is an overpopulation of wild horses on our Public Lands. But, when we peruse their evidence, their statistical data, and “their” interpretation of data collected, we find not only errors in their interpretation, but errors in their math, paramount to an eighth-grade education style of errors – in their addition, subtraction, and assumptive percentages.
Today we are seeing situations like “Equine Influenza” easily used as a believable false-narrative. This is to pass-off any disease (i.e., Mycobacterium tuberculosis for example, as an adjuvant currently intermixed with wildlife-fertility liquids and other toxic chemicals) or pesticide / toxic chemical poisoning (i.e. the government employees never provide evidence, so they could truthfully pass it off as peanut butter) after wild horses darted with poisonous Pesticides and disease-ridden adjuvant containing Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It is then casually written off to the general public and taxpayer’s, who assume this to be correct – and nobody looks behind this “Curtin of Corruption”, ongoing, by DOI – BLM and USDA Forestry & Wildlife Services, and indeed, the types of corruption they are committing daily now.
Their conduct pointedly shows us their ability to manage our Public Lands competently, is and remains very questionable. But the most enormous problem we find is the fact their numbers, in their wild horse counts combined with the information, or false narratives they give to the public, develops into many conflicts. Not only on paper but under observation of many of the HMA’s, or areas they define as overpopulated.
Myself and others have discovered, upon observation, the BLM’s numbers simply do not exist, and never have existed; nor, do they reflect truthful wild horse counts roaming our Public Lands. Their motivation to falsely claim an over-population of wild horse’s exists, as evidence shows us quite clearly, is the DOI and BLM increased budgets, higher payroll-salaries, and incentives to Special Interests involved, through less regulatory-situations that enhance their profit-margins. One bit of evidence from all of this within the past decade, is the enormous amount of Soil/Dirt pollution that exists today in the Millions of Cubic Feet – which, did not exist before this time period, or existed in very small amounts. . .
“Evidence shows I can take this a step further. A couple of articles ago I started to bring up the fact of cause-and-effect, or, as in this universe, when corruption takes hold within a government agency and a lie is generated in order to creatively make profits – or increase the agencies budgets, we then see first-hand it is the government agency that created the problem – and obviously, as we see today, does not know how to resolve the issues the problem has extravagantly created, well beyond their comprehension.”
Now we can enter the domain of tuberculosis (TB). I can look back to 2002. Researchers in the field in several countries, including the United States, were starting to find Mycobacterium tuberculosis, et al., in different species of wildlife, feces, water-sheds, creeks, rivers, and dead animals where insects and other predators did not touch the corps. Granted, and at that time, very low percentages were showing up in much of the DNA as well as blood samples during field research. The fact is that escalating supposed (we are told by BLM / DOI employees) competition for natural resources have increased contact between free ranging wildlife and humans – I look at this rather skeptically, especially today, as nothing more than an arbitrary false-narrative. Myself and other interested researchers and people, have traveled by car, airplane, helicopter, and have seen firsthand just how vacant, for example, many regions remain within the United States – in both mountain ranges and high plateau and desert ranges. We all seen the competition is between an “over-population” of both cattle and sheep; neither, wild horses nor wildlife.
I have also found the situation of Welfare Ranchers “Leasing-Out” their Grazing Permit Lands (GP) to other ranchers, most often out of state. For example, in Oregon and north of Klamath Falls, two Welfare Ranching Operations Lease-Out their GP Leased Lands to friends from California, where they pay 10-times more for lands to graze their cattle. This is Illegal to do, in accord with Federal Law, as well as tax-fraud. These ranchers in that area pay only $1.35 per AUM Unit (i.e. a cow and calf) per year – they may Sub-Lease GP Lands, taxpayer’s lands in reality, often at $12.50 to $21.00 per AUM Unit per grazing year. Since it is illegal to sub-lease this federal land, they cannot, in reality, say anything about it . . .
I look at this entire landscape dynamic skeptically, because I, as well as many others, see attempts by government agencies such as the BLM and the DOI and the USDA, trying to eliminate tourism or people traveling within or through a lot of our public lands, due to their increase in illegal activity within managing our public lands. Special interests come to mind first and foremost within this discussion, but right now were talking about tuberculosis and the cause-and-effect nature of how it started once again, right here in the United States. So, we find researchers around the beginning of 2000 document the travesty of free-ranging wildlife population – and suddenly I start seeing a very aggressive wildlife overpopulation on paper only, develop within several government agencies. Then I see the enormous number of increases, from then up to now, of increased government budgets and employee salaries, increased government grants to the private sector (we look at this situation as bribes to non-profits and very unethical practices), and an increase in the obvious mismanagement, as well as the destruction of our public lands.
And yet, hidden in the dark-abyss of corruption, in walks Mycobacterium tuberculosis at the same time. This is consistent within many of the research papers myself and others have perused for this particular report. And make no doubt is not just in the United States, it is consistently within all of the other nations, rich and poor, where fertility toxic chemicals and pesticides are being used – and the Mycobacterium tuberculosis is being used. These facts are too consistent to assume anything else exists here.
It is quite evident all of these situations generate this travesty of false-narratives, and without a doubt, no way out for DOI or the BLM or USDA, other than simply stop what they’re doing. The truth is what matters here, and is the only way any type of resolution to fix the situations that have developed on our Public Lands, can indeed be resolved.
This is not so difficult when one can consider the fact that common sense speaks loudly here. Get rid of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis that is being used as an adjuvant within the toxic chemicals of Pesticide PZP, GONACON, SPAY-VAC, etc., speaks loudly. Or, better yet, the DOI and BLM simply be truthful to the American public and taxpayers – and simply tell us the overpopulation of wild horses on public lands is basically harmless, not destructive, and not over-populated at all – because there is no evidence for either of these situations other than falsified-evidence – and there is no wild horse overpopulation whatsoever.
Part two of this look into Mycobacterium tuberculosis and how it’s used and spreading within the United States; whereas, knowledge is king, and hunters and visitors to our public lands need to be able to identify wildlife that may be infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) – infections. Lesions within, for example, deer and elk, can clearly be seen. These can be developed from an oral route of infection, because the pulmonary lesions involved – whereas, the observed outcome on the exterior physical body of the deer, wild horses, and elk would appear to be nasal problems, and some lesions on the skin – or flu like symptoms. For example, in horses, the symptoms of TB externally can be similar to Equine Influenza, or similar traits within Pesticide Poisoning. But you will not receive this information from this government of today.
This is all troubling and I will tell you why. The DOI and BLM still, and after years of them being told not to file their reports as such, still have – “phantom forests” listed in their files, and simply do not exist and yet taxpayers cover the cost of maintaining these “phantom forests” within all of DOI and BLM budgets. This is what evidence shows us all, and yet, we find people debating these issues that have no idea this evidence even exists.
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