Sniffing out the wolf conspiracy


I just got the winter issue of Range magazine and reading the articles about the wolves I had to make a comment.

First off, the people who want the wolves are ignorant cowards who have grown up in an artificial environment. They presume that they will never have to deal with wolves because they live in cities where they think wolves will never be a problem.

It took 150 years to rid the country of wolves. We raised a generation who Walt Disney brainwashed into thinking animals are human and in the process, whether or not they think so, they are fulfilling Bible prophecy.

Revelations 6:8 says, 'And I looked and behold a pale horse, and his name that sat on him was death, and Hades followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with the sword, and with hunger, and with pestilence, and with the best of the earth.'

To recall as close as I can roughly 20 years ago they introduced the wolves into Yellowstone Park, and of course they exploded in numbers.

Also about 20 years ago they stopped people from hunting cougar and bear with dogs, which kept them afraid of people because they were afraid of the dogs and the association made them afraid of people.

Last fall, Maurice Strong, a Canadian involved with the United Nations, got 5 million acres in western Canada, a high-density Grizzly bear habitat, locked up so no one could hunt there.

There is also a carnivore which is a danger to people that we hear little caution about, which are the eagles. I have heard of two toddlers who have been carried off and killed by eagles.

We also have many of our leaders who are trying to take our guns away so the predator animals and humans have an advantage.

Do you smell a conspiracy?

Maybe I just have an overactive imagination, but it looks to me that we are watching prophecy in the making.

The naive person thinks that you can just turn the carnivore beast loose with no management and nature will manage itself, even though people have rearranged the whole country.

I'm glad we have a God who is in control of our universe.

- Keith Carpenter, Scappoose