Lessons on mass culling of elephants for humans

Ron Thomson on mass culling of elephants

2022-10-10 by Jerm Warfare

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The Kruger National Park is one of the most beautiful game parks in the world, in my opinion.

But it has too many elephants, and they are killing the park.

The solution is either to move them, or to shoot them, argues Ron Thomson, a big game conservationist of 60 years.

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Eat bugs Su-jerk-ski

These eco terrorists need to be extinct. I love my fresh, far away fruit.

“We cannot go on having a food chain that is 6,000 or 7,000 miles long,” he said. “We’re a northern country, why the hell are we able to buy fresh tomatoes and lettuce and fresh fruit 12 months a year? We’ve got to start living in a way that reflects the place that we live.”


Albino thesis

Here’s some black history you haven’t heard.

It is no exaggeration that this post deals with one of the greatest and perhaps least discussed deception in American history, and as far as I can tell, human history. It is the distortion and erasure of ‘black history,’ not only American but global. I’ll go straight to the point, and elaborate in the ensuing paragraphs: that the parts of the Americas reached by European ‘explorers’ initially and for the subsequent 300 years were populated mostly by indigenous people who would be and are today called black, that the trans-Atlantic slave trade for all intents and purposes never happened, and that the identities of ‘colored,’ ‘negro’ and later ‘African-American’ were manufactured by the Western political establishment in a 200-year campaign of paper genocide to deprive black people of their native America and (ostensibly, given the state of tribal sovereignty) pass sole claim to indigenous rights to nomadic and semi-nomadic, ethnically different people known as ‘Native Americans,’ who were a minority group in these first-encountered areas and a majority only in the Plains, Arctic, and Southwest regions.

Source: Black Lives Matter. So Does (Real) Black History. – pats-blog