SOURCE ET SUITE
ILS ONT ENCORE FRAPPE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IL Y AVAIT AUSSI DES VEAUX PARMI LES VICTIMES
CES BETES PAISIBLES SONT MAGNIFIQUES ET LE GENOCIDE CRUEL ET SANS PITIE!!!!
LES ASSOCIATIONS DE PROTECTION TRAVAILLENT SANS RELACHE POUR LEUR SAUVEGARDE MAIS....MALGRE DES ESPOIRS ICI ET LA... LE MASSACRE CONTINUE
LES HUMAINS SONT INDIGNES... JE REGRETTE POUR EUX DE NE PAS ETRE CAPABLES D' APPRECIER ET D' ADMIRER CES MERVEILLES DE LA CREATION!!! COMME LEUR VIE EST TRISTE ET ENNUYEUSE DE NE PAS POUVOIR S' EMERVEILLER DEVANT LES BETES...
Addressing our relationship with the buffalo, Buffalo Field Campaign
co-founder Lakota Elder Rosalie Littler Thunder once said, “human
beings have forgotten their purpose.” Indeed, those who work for
Yellowstone National Park have certainly forgotten theirs: to preserve
[wild buffalo], unimpaired, for present and future generations.”
One hundred and fifty of America’s last wild buffalo
were certainly “impaired” this week, having endured the hells of
Yellowstone’s Stephens Creek capture facility. For some, this nightmare
journey is still underway...
..............................he noise in the trap was deafening. Buffalo were slamming against the
walls, ramming into each other and bellowing in fear or to find family
members. The sounds they made with their voices and their bodies took
over everything. They were crammed into the trap’s “bull pen,” where
park wranglers on catwalks—silent for the media tour, but normally
“yipping” and hollering—jabbed and prodded them from above, forcing them
to move to desired locations and where pushed into “the Silencer.”