Advisory board recommends US Government slaughter 45,000 wild horses to make room for cattle

It is up to wise people united, to stop the vast industrial killing machine

by Katie Medlock

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The Bureau of Land Management‘s (BLM) National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board made the recommendation to kill 45,000 wild horses currently captive in government holding facilities throughout the US. The vote has come under great scrutiny by organizations who argue for using birth control to minimize population growth, instead.

The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) released a statement condemning the vote, expressing, “The decision of the BLM advisory board to recommend the destruction of the 45,000 wild horses currently in holding facilities is a complete abdication of responsibility for their care. The agency would not be in this situation but for their long-term mis-management. Alternatives to this proposal have been ignored for over 20 years.”

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By Anna von Reitz
The “Bureau of Land Management” [BLM] is NOT an actual unit of the American government. It is a foreign corporation whose only business here is to provide us with “essential governmental services.”

Being employed by BLM like being employed by JC PENNY confers no special authority, grants no immunity, and is not a license to undertake any activity that would otherwise be unlawful—including trespassing on private property, making fraudulent claims, and racketeering under armed force. The rule for federal employees and law enforcement officials including “Federal State” and “Federal County” officials is that if you can’t do it in your private capacity, you can’t do it at all.

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All animals that feed and clothe us deserve respect. They also require protection from humans who willfully abuse them. Doreen

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One Response to Advisory board recommends US Government slaughter 45,000 wild horses to make room for cattle

  1. Thank you E. Grogan.

    We live in a world of manufactured confusion. People are currently signing this petition

    Washington Post Sept 16.16
    The feds do not plan to kill the majestic symbols of the American West — not anytime soon, anyway. In response to uproar, the Bureau of Land Management, the custodian of wild horses and burros, said in a statement Wednesday that it is “committed to having healthy horses on healthy range lands” and would “continue to care for and seek good homes for animals that have been removed from the range. The BLM does not and will not euthanize healthy animals.”

    But the misconceptions that prompted the statement had some basis in reality.

    The bureau’s wild horse and burro advisory board, a nine-member volunteer body that makes no binding decisions, did recommend last week that the bureau sell or euthanize the “unadoptable” animals among the 45,000 wild horses in government holding corrals. Officials said Wednesday that the bureau would respond at the board’s next meeting in six months. If it endorsed the idea, Congress would have to approve it. Advocacy groups would no doubt file lawsuits to stop it — and the public outcry would be unimaginable.

    At least the compassion and caring aroused in people who learn about the possible demise of these wild horses are something the world needs much more of right now.


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