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Living Freedom by Claire Wolfe. Musings about personal freedom and finding it within ourselves.

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Claire Wolfe

BLM fatal animal abuse at the Bundy Ranch

Monday, April 21st, 2014

I don’t have solid proof that that these stomach-turning photos are the work of those guardians of the range, the BLM.

But they are consistent with other evidence and claims coming from the scene.

Don’t click those links, especially the first one, if you’ve just eaten or if you have a particularly soft heart for animals.

(H/T CB)

7 Responses to “BLM fatal animal abuse at the Bundy Ranch”

  1. Pat Says:

    And **STILL** the Bundy people were not provoked into retaliation!! MamaLiberty has said it was a victory for our side; she was correct. I’m afraid they showed more self-control than I would.

    I hope these photos go viral around the world. But it will be interesting to see how the animal rights groups react to this. Considering how some of the groups (e.g. PETA) have treated animals in the past, I wouldn’t count on much outrage from them. They are more anti-freedom/anti-property than they are pro-animal.

  2. MamaLiberty Says:

    Pat, the only comfort in this is the realization that these BLM monsters are such idiots. If they had truly wished to incite a violent response from the people, they would not have tried so desperately to hide this. But idiots are no less dangerous than cunning enemies, of course. More so, if anything, since one can hardly predict to what lengths their stupidity will lead them.

    Claire, too right about the PETA types. Remember that many, if not most of them would rather see animals dead than “captive,” and at least some would rather see people dead in any event. They don’t love animals… they hate life.

    The outrage has to come from people who finally face up to the fact that they can’t safely allow anyone else to control their lives and property, that they must truly become self owners and self responsible instead of allowing such gangs of mindless criminals to exist.

  3. Jim B. Says:

    One of the sad part about this is that Psychopathic people that turn out to be mass murderers usually start with animal abuse.

  4. Curt S Says:

    Remember when Obama said he wanted his own million man army? Seems every alphabet agency in the U.S, gov’t is being armed……

  5. naturegirl Says:

    I’ve seen (in person) BLM round up wild horses and it doesn’t surprise me that there were deaths of all sorts when they rounded up the cows. Last I heard it was illegal to kill and leave animals in the wilderness. Their disregard for laws doesn’t surprise me, either. On a slightly brighter side, there are pictures of the calves they were finding out there, separated from their moms, that they were bottle feeding and are thriving anyway. If they do this to cows it makes me even more amazed they didn’t start blasting away at the people, too.

    I can’t find the link at the moment, but Fox News had an interview with a NYC documentary filmmaker who was out there. So quite a bit of this saga is captured on film.

  6. naturegirl Says:

    (The bottle calves I referred to were the ones found hidden in the bushes the second link mentioned. Before they got what was left of the herd back.)

  7. naturegirl Says:

    Very fact intensive, history lesson, glimpse into maybe it not being gov land to begin with – http://armstrongeconomics.com/2014/04/19/do-the-feds-really-own-the-land-in-nevada-nope/

 
 


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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