Let’s Feed These Elitist Slobs To The Bears
have never believed that a group of smug elitists are warring against
regular Americans, read the words of Peter Galvin, one of the
environmentalists who want to reintroduce wolves, jaguars and grizzly
bears into the Gila Wilderness Area in New Mexico. He recently said this
about ranching and ranchers:
"We feel their star is waning. Ranchers have run the Southwest with
a cruel hand for 100 years. People are tired of their whining. People are
tired of managing tens of millions of acres for one industry. For 100
years they have had their say and that's why wolves, and grizzly bears
were wiped out."
Galvin, who calls himself a conservation biologist with the Southwest
Center for Biological Diversity, (I call him a Class-A snob) then
explained what bringing in wolves, jaguars and grizzly bears into the
Gila will mean.
"This is going to make this area a world class destination to visit.
Being in grizzly bear habitat or jaguar habitat is an incredibly rich
experience. It's the experience of a lifetime."
There it is. Galvin and the other selfish elitists would destroy the
livelihoods of thousands so they can turn a land where people work,
support families and pay taxes, into an area where they and their REI
outfitted friends can visit and get wet over. They want to destroy
So let's get some things straight, and let's war against the REI crowd
who want to take our land away from us.
For 100 years ranchers have been providing food--tasty, juicy food--to
hundreds of millions of Americans. Beef is the biggest reason we're a
nation of giants. If it weren't for ranchers we'd be short like the
Japanese, and people would laugh at us. Without beef, even our blacks
would be short, and countries like Croatia would beat us in Olympic
Providing relatively cheap food to millions isn't running things with a
cruel hand. It's the noblest occupation there is. But the elitists will
distort anything so they can take our land for themselves. To them, black
is white, white is black, wrong is right and providing food to human
beings is cruel.
Grizzlies, wolves and other predators have been destroyed because they
pose a threat to our food. They eat our sheep, cattle, pets, and in the
case of the grizzlies, us. In this era when angry behavior is frowned
upon, you would think that even the environmentalists would be aghast at
the grizzlies' bad attitudes.
There is nothing wrong with human beings exterminating predators. It's
perfectly natural and has been going on for the thousands of years we've
been here. I've explained nature before: Living things kill and eat other
living things until they themselves are killed and eaten or otherwise
die. Our goal in life is to avoid being chewed up and digested by
something bigger or stronger than us. Killing creatures that would eat
our food is called survival. Humans have flourished because we're better
at killing creatures than they are at killing us.
Environmentalists push the warped idea that the only natural environment
is one that is free of humans. They're wrong. Like the other creatures,
we're made of flesh and bones and we live and we die. We and the things
we do are as natural as a herd of six million buffalo crapping on the
We don't live in trees and shit in the woods. We build houses, toilets,
sewer lines and waste treatment plants. That's what humans do. It's our
Go to the top of a tall building in any major city and look out. You
should be amazed and awed. That tiny little beings like us could
cooperate to build these vast centers of commerce and life is remarkable.
Humans build buildings. We don't burrow tunnels and dens into the desert
So it's time to fight the environmentalists. Write and call your senators
and congressmen and demand that the Endangered Species Act be repealed.
Tell them that you don't want your public lands closed off to all but
those who shop at REI and who think that raising food is evil.
I do hope, though, that Galvin can visit his precious grizzly bear
habitat somewhere and have rich experiences. And let's hope it's rich for
the bears, too.
Remember, Peter, grizzlies like their humans raw.
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