Re: NANFA-- Worst environmental disasters?

R. W. Wolff (
Sat, 13 Oct 2001 11:47:40 -0500

I would have to say the two worst disasters were the asteroid 65 million
years ago and nearer to our time, the ice age.

As for modern things, the so called "animal rights groups" are the real
threat. So called "animal rights groups" waste all their money trying to
stop hunts ,fishing opportunities,and ruin farming. If instead they spent
that money , energy, and time on buying up there own sanctuaries, and
running them how they see fit. That wouldn't work because they know they
would fail .Only things that buy TV time and further their agenda, which is
to make people miserable through bending lawmakers to create less freedom
and liberty for all, and ruining farming. If they are so convinced that
ending the human race will benefit the earth so much, I suggest they
volunteer to take themselves from the gene pool first. Its just like you
never see the headlines " psychic wins the lottery". It's really sad how
they have hijacked the media and turned the outdoorspeople and farmers into
the problem. Nobody is perfect, but look at the record. Which groups have
actually spent the most money and time to improve habitats ? The answer,
the leader is Ducks Unlimited. If you find any criticism of them, dig into
it and behind it you will find it is an anti hunting group. There is a long
list of outdoors groups who have spent millions, and the smallest spender on
that list is Trout Unlimited, with a still impressive 4 million + spent on
habitat restoration and protection. What has the Earth Liberation Front
done but burn down newly constructed houses?


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