April 16, 2012

Piggies

According to this news source, Michigan Department of Natural Resources agents are forcing farmers to shoot their piglets due to a new ruling labeling the pigs an invasive species. Found it on Drudge, but I can't vouch for NaturalNews. Never heard of them. Of course, I'd never heard of Barack Obama until 2007, either.

Farmer forced to shoot his own baby piglets in cold blood, screams the headline, in Hearstian manner.

If true, this reminds me of FDR's Hog Reduction Program of 1933, one of his first "accomplishments." Two billion pounds of pork, mostly piglets and sows, were slaughtered to artificially prop up prices, even as many folk went hungry. Who did this help? Big Pig. Who did this hurt? Your grandparents.

These are the things statists do. I shall not mention 5 year plans or the Ukranian famine. But the Party of the Common Man has been riddled with bloodless technocrats for a hundred years. People with no real life experience, who don the green eyeshade, sip their absinthe, and decide your fate. As someone recently said, they sure broke a lot of eggs. Where are the fucking omelettes?

Why do Democrats so love to kill things? After they weren't allowed to lynch black people anymore they turned to foetuses. Now a piglet slaughter redux. There's always something, or someone they want to kill. And I'm not saying the chairman of the Michigan DNR is a Democrat. I'm just saying he's been in the ironworkers union for decades, and was an AFL-CIO lobbyist in Washington for years. And Jennifer Granholm appointed him. Coincidence, probably.

I'm beginning to understand why liberals like high-speed rail so much. Now if they can just get that damned stubborn green energy to decently fire some ovens, why, they'd have something once they got us to wherever those trains are going. When you see a map that shows a trillion dollar boondoggle high-speed rail going to nowhere, don't believe it. There will be something there, all right. How many windmills does it take to incinerate a 180 pound man anyway, do you reckon?

I'm told the ultimate Green boondoogle, Solyndra, was originally called Soylent. But I can't verify that. Nor can I verify that NaturalNews article. Perhaps I shall call one Dave Tuxberry, unwilling killer of his own pigs, and smoke this out. Smoke it out like a Virginia ham.

Posted by Velociman at April 16, 2012 8:37 PM | TrackBack
Comments

Please do make that call. I'd like to know how armed state government servants got on his land and destroyed his property and livelihood without getting their asses shot off. I'm not sure I believe this story at all.

Posted by: I-RIGHT-I at April 17, 2012 6:33 PM

1. They didn't destroy his property. They served a warrant, and he had to destroy his own property.

2. Randy Weaver wants to know what the fuck you are talking about.

Posted by: Velociman at April 17, 2012 7:05 PM

What do you expect from MeatChicken? Michigan is the Michigan of the United States

Posted by: Cappy at April 17, 2012 8:19 PM

Why do they love to kill so much?

You know, on reflection, the thing I disliked the most about dying in my sleep last fall is that I didn't get enough of a warning to knock off a bunch of people who really, really needed to be erased.

Posted by: vanderleun at April 17, 2012 9:26 PM

Well, they heard that a dying pig makes about the same amount of noise as a dying human, and they need to know these things.

Posted by: Jack Straw at April 17, 2012 11:42 PM

Actually the story is somewhat misleading... Michigan is now beginning to suffer the effects of the increase in the feral hog population.. Many game ranches in Michigan are raising these animals... to that end the state has outlawed raising these animals on game ranches where they may escape into the surrounding areas... the domestically farmed animals are not in this category... Michigan has basically adopted a shoot on sight policy on these animals during any hunting season provided the person has a valid hunting license of any type or the person has a CPL outside of those seasons on any public lands or private lands where the permission has permission to be... Drastic steps for an extreme problem

Posted by: Chris at April 18, 2012 8:34 AM

Michigan is taking extreme steps for an extreme feral control problem? I thought that was Florida.

Posted by: james wilson at April 18, 2012 12:13 PM

Weaver, poor fellow got into the sights of the BATF, FBI sharpshooters and an administration that by many accounts murdered scores of people not counting Waco.
I'm no expert on his ordeal but it's pretty clear he was not too bright and his wife was a loon. Not the same situation at all V.

In any case it looks like its BS. We'll see. By the way, 'preciate you letting me come by from time to time.

Posted by: I-RIGHT-I at April 18, 2012 6:49 PM

And I have never heard of 'velociworld' either. NaturalNews, I've heard of.

Posted by: David at April 18, 2012 10:31 PM

Ted Nugent does not approve

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Posted by: DebbieSchleicher at October 24, 2012 2:35 PM

And I have never heard of 'velociworld' either. NaturalNews, I've heard of.

Posted by: discefo at January 10, 2013 6:57 AM

Well, they heard that a dying pig makes about the same amount of noise as a dying human, and they need to know these things.

Posted by: Suzeoxp at February 2, 2013 11:00 AM

Michigan is taking extreme steps for an extreme feral control problem? I thought that was Florida.

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