Not enough to bash baby seals into a bloody pulp causing a mess everywhere to make hats and gloves and other cute thingies with fur trim for upwardly trendy types with more money than soul.
Now you’re killing wild horses to give the abnormal originals something to do, but they really don’t wanna cause they knows is inhuman like. But the govt can lure and kill wolves with dead horse legs and throats so they don’t eat the caribou. Then real new Canadians can turn around and kill them for fun. Dead horses can feed the hungry masses when they’re not busy wolf baiting. Except slaughter’s really to make millions for people who don’t pay taxes much.
Oh, it gives your “first nation” folks in concentration camps, sometimes called reservations, a way to earn valuable paper money.
Hey, we wanna do that in Amerka too. Hey, do you know Charlie Stenholm?
Oh, look. It’s the cattle, stupid.
Those Canadian wild horses are just as greedy and selfish as their America cousins, eating and destroying everything in sight, depriving millions of innocent cattle victims who don’t have the energy to fight for food because they are too weak from standing in one spot and eating dirt. It’s outrageous.
Those horrible, criminal horses just really need to die, so here’s how, all of them.
LARRY PYNN writes for the Vancouver Sun:
The B.C. government paid aboriginal people in the Chilcotin to shoot wild horses for wolf bait and to round up other wild horses for live sale, ultimately to slaughterhouses, The Vancouver Sun has learned.
The Ministry of Environment purchased the shot horses as wolf bait for a predator study related to the recovery of threatened caribou herds in the Interior, while the Ministry of Forests and Range bankrolled the live capture of horses as part of a program to reduce competition with range cattle.
News of the provincial actions is generating debate even within the aboriginal community over the management of wild horses in the Chilcotin and the need to ensure their humane treatment.
Joe Alphonse, director of government services with the Tsilhqot’in National Government (TNG), said in an interview Friday his people have been capturing horses for generations for personal use. The sale to auctions and ultimately to slaughterhouses is also a way for natives on economically depressed reserves to earn money.
“It’s acceptable,” he said. “It’s a last resort, but it still can provide a little bit of income. That’s been a part of what we’ve had to rely on.”
But Alphonse said his people cannot condone the shooting of wild horses for use as wolf bait.
“That’s not something we would endorse,” he said. “I think that if the majority of our people found out the Ministry of Environment is trying to hire people to shoot horses, there’d be outrage.
“If you’re going to take a horse, you pay respect and get out on the land and chase that animal in on horseback. If you can’t do that, to sit and hide there and shoot guns at a horse out in the wild where the animal could get wounded and suffer, we wouldn’t endorse that.” Read it all, Vancouver Sun >>
Many thanks to Shelley Grainger of the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition for bringing this story to our attention.
The CHDC asks you to get involved and write your protest letters to the (1) Minister of Forests and
Range Forests, and (2) Minister of the Environment in BC for allowing the shooting of wild horses:
Hon. Pat Bell
Min. of Forests and Range Forests
Tel 250 387-6240
PO Box 9049
STN PROV GOVT
Victoria BC V8W 9E2
Hon. Barry Penner
Min. of Environment
Tel: 250 387-1187
PO Box 9047
STN PROV GOVT
Victoria BC V8W 9E2