Wednesday, August 10, 2016


I hear the drums echoing tonight
But she hears only whispers of some quiet conversation
She's coming in, twelve-thirty flight
The moonlit wings reflect the stars that guide me towards salvation

the drought will change the California, bears will die off to be replaced by lions and tigers and elephants and giraffes and maybe some wildebeests...

over on the Channel Islands, the lions and tigers will rule...they are not defenseless pigs and won't be slaughtered for to save the fox....the lions will take care of the present restored inbred fox over-population and the tigers will take care of the tourists...

the wildebeests will roam the islands having swum/floated over from Africa and they will provide food for the big cats...the grazers and hooved animals have not denuded the islands, erosion has...only the strong will survive on the islands

the Chumash will die off and you'll see more black people, more Zulus up in the valley, running safaris instead of'll be cool

the Endangered Species Act will be removed as a license to kill.....

Source: Office of Rep. Lois Capps

On Thursday, August 11, Rep. Lois Capps (CA-24) will join federal and local partners to celebrate the delisting of three Channel Island fox subspecies from the Federal List of Threatened and Endangered Species, marking the fastest recovery of any mammal in the United States in the history of the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

Capps has played an instrumental role in protecting the Channel Island fox, one of America's rarest mammals, for more than fifteen years by raising awareness in Congress of the threats to these species, working with partners to remove invasive species, and helping to secure funding to support recovery efforts through the appropriations process. For example, Capps led Congressional efforts to get the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFW) to designate the fox as an endangered species and participated in the joint efforts to aid recovery alongside federal and conservation partners by securing funds for and removing barriers to address invasive species and habitat destruction. Additionally, Capps introduced legislation to ensure protection of essential fox environment on Santa Rosa Island, which was included in the fiscal year 2008 Omnibus Appropriations Bill that became law in 2007.

In March 2016, Capps and U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewel toured the Channel Islands National Park to celebrate the foxes' recovery and highlight the conservation efforts that resulted in the USFW's proposal to delist three of the four subspecies of the fox listed under the ESA a month earlier; the fourth listed species was proposed to be down listed from endangered to threatened at the same time

ok so Lois Capps is a tool for the Nature Conservancy and National Parks Service... Lois pulled a fast one on the gullible public and now they are gonna celebrate the "recovery" of the Channel islandFox....when oh when will this fiasco be exposed??

Instead, the feds keep lying about the big success of captive breeding inbred foxes which were never endangered by golden eagles anyway...they were INBRED which creates all types of problems and they put radio collars on the foxes, bred them, inocualted them and now as I've pointed out they are running amuk on Santa Cruz island stealing food and stuff from the tourists!! and since Lois is part of the scam, she should be in jail for the animal slaughter and abuse at the hands of the NPS and Nature Con....

she enabled and funded the killing/poisoning of thousands of animals from rats to birds just like she enabled the killing of Mallory Dies by her drunk pal Raymond Morua..

are they gonna celebrate that next??

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