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When I was a boy growing up in the
1970s my parents had a hobby farm and
raised animals, including goats. One night
we were awakened by a great commotion
outside. When we got up and turned on
the outside lights we saw that a COUGAR
was pulling one of the goats along the
lawn by its HEAD. The cougar had the
goat’s cranium entirely in its jaws and
was dragging it towards the bush. The goat
was still very much alive and screaming in
distress.

At that time people could purchase
firearms without needing a license and
you could use them fairly freely if you
wanted to, in rural areas anyway. In our
house my dad had three rifles mounted on
a gun rack in the living room: an old .303
from his army conscription days, a .22
and a shotgun. These guns were rarely
used but they were part of the John
Wayne/Clint Eastwood culture of the era.

When he saw what was going on, my dad
quickly pulled his .303 down from the
rack and went out onto the porch and
aimed the rifle at the cougar and took a
shot. BANG! He missed as far as we
know. But the report blast was sufficient
to scare the wild cat away. The cougar
dropped the goat from the bloody vice of
its jaws and ran off. That was the one and
only time my dad ever fired his .303. The
goat had ghastly fang punctures in its head
but it eventually made a full recovery.

My point is, homeowners in rural areas
can find that they sometimes have to face
unique situations such as attacks by wild
animals, like the cougar that tried to
devour one of our goats. That time it was
a goat but maybe next time it’s a child
that gets attacked. As such, we should
have full authority to use firearms to
dispatch these threats if we want to.

I am now living in that very same house
today and while I haven’t seen a cougar
again I have had to fend off another
species of aggravating beast -- WILD
OTTERS! You know, those furry little
critters they portray so lovingly in the
media? Well you know what? They aren’t
lovely at all, they are FUCKING DEVILS!
To me they are sea rats!
 
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Ted Nugent has it right! We should
have UNRESTRAINED ACCESS TO
GUNS and should be allowed to
SHOOT ANIMALS! Let me explain
my reasoning on this.
When I was a boy growing up in the 1970s my parents had a hobby farm and raised
animals, including goats. One night we were awakened by a great commotion outside.
When we got up and turned on the outside lights we saw that a COUGAR was
pulling one of the goats along the lawn by its HEAD. The cougar had the goat’s
cranium entirely in its jaws and was dragging it towards the bush. The goat was still
very much alive and screaming in distress.

At that time people could purchase firearms without needing a license and you could
use them fairly freely if you wanted to, in rural areas anyway. In our house my dad
had three rifles mounted on a gun rack in the living room: an old .303 from his army
conscription days, a .22 and a shotgun. These guns were rarely used but they were
part of the John Wayne/Clint Eastwood culture of the era.

When he saw what was going on, my dad quickly pulled his .303 down from the rack
and went out onto the porch and aimed the rifle at the cougar and took a shot.
BANG! He missed as far as we know. But the report blast was sufficient to scare the
wild cat away. The cougar dropped the goat from the bloody vice of its jaws and ran
off. That was the one and only time my dad ever fired his .303. The goat had ghastly
fang punctures in its head but it eventually made a full recovery.

My point is, homeowners in rural areas can find that they sometimes have to face
unique situations such as attacks by wild animals, like the cougar that tried to devour
one of our goats. That time it was a goat but maybe next time it’s a child that gets
attacked. As such, we should have full authority to use firearms to dispatch these
threats if we want to.

I am now living in that very same house today and while I haven’t seen a cougar again
I have had to fend off another species of aggravating beast -- WILD OTTERS! You
know, those furry little critters they portray so lovingly in the media? Well you know
what? They aren’t lovely at all, they are FUCKING DEVILS! To me they are sea
rats!
My house is a few yards from the beach and when I moved in I soon discovered that
there was a group of seven or eight otters living underneath the house. The otters
would scurry up from the shore in the morning, scale the rock wall at the edge of the
beach, make their way across the front yard and dig holes under the side of the house
and nest under there. Then in the evening, after making babies and sleeping all day,
they’d wake up and slither back into the sea and hunt all night and come back again
the next morning.

And they were virtually impossible to get rid of. I’d block their holes with big rocks
but they’d effortlessly move my boulders out of the way to get back to their nest. I
couldn’t believe how incredibly strong and cunning these creatures were. And,
remarkably, they had no real fear of humans. In fact, they seemed to be amused by
me.

And these are not strictly sea animals by any means. They can live and travel on land
just as easily as they can in the ocean. They’re basically amphibians, just as much fish
as they are mammal. As such, considering how versatile and stubborn they are,
you’re in for a serious fight if dealing with an otter infestation.

You know how much of a nuisance rats can be right? Rats chew holes in things and
leave droppings all over the place. But take a rat and make it a hundred times bigger,
a hundred times stronger, a hundred times smarter and a hundred times noisier; make
it so it can live on land AND in the ocean; make it so it can bust through walls and
what have you got? You’ve got an otter. They even have long, slimy tails like rats.
They are SEA RATS!

This might sound hard to believe, but a few times when I blocked their holes on the
side of my house with rocks they actually tried to escape by going up and busting
through the walls in my house. One night an otter tried to force its way through the
wall in my bathroom shower stall and I had to get a hammer and nails to secure the
wall back into place.

And the noise! When they arrive they bang against the outside walls and grunt like
pigs. And then when they finally get under the house they squeal like swine under the
floorboards, fighting and fucking as they scurry around down there. It’s a total
nightmare of sleeplessness when that takes place. I am telling you, these are
absolutely HELLISH creatures!

And they have psychic qualities as well. I try not to think about them at all because
when I do they show up at my house. As a matter of fact, one morning when I was
writing this piece one of them appeared on my porch and was peering through the
glass door. And they are sensitive to over-the-air electromagnetic signals as well.
When the air is loaded with microwaves being shot at us from cell phone towers --
and who knows where else -- the otters flee to my house searching for shelter. The
otter is one very queer animal indeed.

There’s no question, otters are the worst invasive species I’ve ever encountered. Yet
would you believe that the Canadian government actively makes efforts to
PROTECT AND PRESERVE this horrible, out-of-place freak of nature?

In Vancouver there’s a government medical facility where they rescue these things. If
they find injured otters they bring them in, acclimatize them to humans so they’re not
afraid of us, nurture them back to health and then send them back into the sea so they
can terrorize people! And they’re probably doing the same thing in other coastal
communities as well. The government is deliberately supporting an invasive species
that should in fact be wiped out completely! Rescuing otters is the equivalent of
rescuing rats in a rat-infested city. At the very least, they should just let these things
die or euthanize them. It doesn’t make logical sense. These are tough creatures that
DO NOT need help to survive. There are some very deviant people in government
involved in some very backwards animal experiments. This is environmentalism at its
worst. Fucking disgusting.

This otter crisis underscores my point that homeowners who live in rural areas should
be allowed to own guns and use them to shoot animals on their land if they wish. Not
only should otters NOT be saved, but we should be permitted to kill them on sight if
we see fit. I see those things swimming towards my house in packs, zeroing in on it
like they’re responding to a homing beacon, and how I’d relish being able to fight
back by shooting at them with a gun. And how I’d love to shoot at them when they
climb over the rock wall and slink into my yard and when they emerge from their
holes at the sides of my house.

We can purchase poisons and traps to exterminate insects and rodents. So why not
GUNS too to fend off and kill bigger threats like otters?

The government’s otter assistance program highlights their contempt for
homeowners. They attack homeowners in different ways including by supporting our
adversaries, foes like animals that invade us. A government that takes away our tools
for fighting back against an invasive species and also facilitates the propagation of
that species is a government that’s destined for extinction, just like the otters.

The otter is a doomed animal. Any organism that shows that much stubborn
arrogance towards man is an organism that will eventually be dealt with by nature or
by man. The otter is on the way out, just like the government is too.
My house is a few yards from the beach
and when I moved in I soon discovered
that there was a group of seven or eight
otters living underneath the house. The
otters would scurry up from the shore in
the morning, scale the rock wall at the
edge of the beach, make their way across
the front yard and dig holes under the side
of the house and nest under there. Then in
the evening, after making babies and
sleeping all day, they’d wake up and
slither back into the sea and hunt all night
and come back again the next morning.

And they were virtually impossible to get
rid of. I’d block their holes with big rocks
but they’d effortlessly move my boulders
out of the way to get back to their nest. I
couldn’t believe how incredibly strong
and cunning these creatures were. And,
remarkably, they had no real fear of
humans. In fact, they seemed to be
amused by me.

And these are not strictly sea animals by
any means. They can live and travel on
land just as easily as they can in the
ocean. They’re basically amphibians, just
as much fish as they are mammal. As
such, considering how versatile and
stubborn they are, you’re in for a serious
fight if dealing with an otter infestation.

You know how much of a nuisance rats
can be right? Rats chew holes in things
and leave droppings all over the place.
But take a rat and make it a hundred times
bigger, a hundred times stronger, a
hundred times smarter and a hundred
times noisier; make it so it can live on
land AND in the ocean; make it so it can
bust through walls and what have you got?
You’ve got an otter. They even have long,
slimy tails like rats. They are SEA RATS!

This might sound hard to believe, but a
few times when I blocked their holes on
the side of my house with rocks they
actually tried to escape by going up and
busting through the walls in my house.
One night an otter tried to force its way
through the wall in my bathroom shower
stall and I had to get a hammer and nails
to secure the wall back into place.

And the noise! When they arrive they
bang against the outside walls and grunt
like pigs. And then when they finally get
under the house they squeal like swine
under the floorboards, fighting and
fucking as they scurry around down there.
It’s a total nightmare of sleeplessness
when that takes place. I am telling you,
these are absolutely HELLISH creatures!

And they have psychic qualities as well. I
try not to think about them at all because
when I do they show up at my house. As a
matter of fact, one morning when I was
writing this piece one of them appeared
on my porch and was peering through the
glass door. And they are sensitive to
over-the-air electromagnetic signals as
well. When the air is loaded with
microwaves being shot at us from cell
phone towers -- and who knows where
else -- the otters flee to my house
searching for shelter. The otter is one
very queer animal indeed.

There’s no question, otters are the worst
invasive species I’ve ever encountered.
Yet would you believe that the Canadian
government actively makes efforts to
PROTECT AND PRESERVE this
horrible, out-of-place freak of nature?
In Vancouver there’s a government
medical facility where they rescue these
things. If they find injured otters they
bring them in, acclimatize them to
humans so they’re not afraid of us,
nurture them back to health and then send
them back into the sea so they can
terrorize people! And they’re probably
doing the same thing in other coastal
communities as well. The government is
deliberately supporting an invasive
species that should in fact be wiped out
completely! Rescuing otters is the
equivalent of rescuing rats in a rat-
infested city. At the very least, they
should just let these things die or
euthanize them. It doesn’t make logical
sense. These are tough creatures that DO
NOT need help to survive. There are
some very deviant people in government
involved in some very backwards animal
experiments. This is environmentalism at
its worst. Fucking disgusting.

This otter crisis underscores my point
that homeowners who live in rural areas
should be allowed to own guns and use
them to shoot animals on their land if
they wish. Not only should otters NOT be
saved, but we should be permitted to kill
them on sight if we see fit. I see those
things swimming towards my house in
packs, zeroing in on it like they’re
responding to a homing beacon, and how
I’d relish being able to fight back by
shooting at them with a gun. And how I’d
love to shoot at them when they climb
over the rock wall and slink into my yard
and when they emerge from their holes at
the sides of my house.

We can purchase poisons and traps to
exterminate insects and rodents. So why
not GUNS too to fend off and kill bigger
threats like otters?

The government’s otter assistance
program highlights their contempt for
homeowners. They attack homeowners in
different ways including by supporting
our adversaries, foes like animals that
invade us. A government that takes away
our tools for fighting back against an
invasive species and also facilitates the
propagation of that species is a
government that’s destined for extinction,
just like the otters.

The otter is a doomed animal. Any
organism that shows that much stubborn
arrogance towards man is an organism
that will eventually be dealt with by nature
or by man. The otter is on the way out,
just like the government is too.
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