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Thursday, January 9, 2014

Texas Parks & Wildlife has a SWAT Team


Not kidding, here.  I guess this guy is ready to sniper your braincase if you shoot a deer out of season.

Elsewhere (and everywhere) All your children are belong to us:


And finally - this cop and I would have a serious fucking problem.  Not here, not now with an AR pointed at me and his fat buddy on my flank.  But I would get his name, and we would talk about this behavior at a time and place of my choosing. 


Here's the link to PoliceStateUSA.

You live as you choose, folks.  Me, I have a serious problem with people pointing weapons at me.  I have a long memory about some things.  I believe in revenge.

If you are a parent and one of your kids was in that middle picture, you should be hunting at night.

Coexist?  No.  That option is off the table.  We see with our own eyes how these people will behave given the chance.  They are a danger to the species.  They need to go.

Kerodin
III

17 comments:

  1. Rather ironic that people braved the ocean in tiny wooden ships just to get away from tyrants who hung them for shooting the King's game to have their posterity terrorized by the same type of elitist tyrants and their hired mercenaries.
    Miss Violet

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  2. Yea instead of the Kings deer its the all benevolent states...It always amazes me that people will vote to restrict themselves to control somebody else...When the elites don't follow anyone's laws but their own...

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  3. k. I have no problem with putting a bullet in the braincase of a poacher. If you seen the lowlifes from Detroit slither into your AO, drunk and with rifles, take animals out of season because they spent their welfare $ on dope and booze, you might feel the same way. Other than that I agree with you.

    NDV III

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    1. Down here where I grew up poaching was routine - but it was for meat. If anyone is poaching for other reasons, I agree - kill 'em.

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    2. The US deer herd is an estimated 30 million. 320 million American mouths. That's less than 1 deer for every 10 people. About a weeks worth of food for everyone in the country, and then what? Add the sad fact that these low-lifes I'm talking about are killing for trophies. I bet when you settle in at the Citadel, you won't take kindly to city so-called "sportsman" sneaking on the mountain to take meat from your AO, especially if they spent $100. in gas to get there-meaning they have the $ to buy food. But that's just my guess. I don't know if there is a correct solution, but conservation is a necessary evil. We certainly have multiple issues to deal with regarding the feeding of our families, and even more so without the WROL.

      NDV III

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    3. Jesus TF Christ people, K wasn't defending the poachers! The point it (a) extra-judicial execution by TWAT team doesn't fit the crime and (b) why does every state, local, and Federal agency, bureaucracy, water district, and dog catcher need a TWAT team?
      Sorry if I put words in your mouth K.
      858x70

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    4. "I have no problem with putting a bullet in the braincase of a poacher."

      Even on a stranger's or state land? We'd part company then, but at least you're willing to carry out your own morality yourself.

      It's the goin' for the middleman that drives me crazy. Before you know it, there are only middlemen and no principals.

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    5. JK: Poaching for trophies is what I meant - and yes, anywhere I find them. Poaching for meat is another story entirely, hell, under most circumstances if I caught someone who was trying to feed his family and he killed meat on my own land, I'd help him clean it and butcher it up.

      I like life far more than it would seem by my tone on the blog, and I hold animal life above most of the Humans I have ever met. Killing for the sake of killing is something I just won't tolerate. You should see what I do to a man I catch kicking a dog...

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    6. Okay, I get it. Personally I have the same values. The thing is, now you're talking about being a "thought enforcer," willing to punish people, outside of your own property, for their intent.

      Besides the moral problem this presents, there's also the practical issue that if everyone did that, nobody would be left except the guys holding the nukes.

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  4. Likewise where I grew up, if you needed meat, you went hunting. You did not waste that meat.
    Headhunters were loathed and scorned.
    Miss Violet

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  5. As far as the parks having swat teams, California park rangers regularly perform swat operations due the the Mexicans growing marijuana in the millions of acres of state land. And yes they get shot at with full auto aks and the like. I would venture to guess there are similar issues in Texas. I don't know you but doubt you would want to patrol the area in anything less than typical swat team apparel and gear. I sure as hell would not. I don't like getting weapons pointed at me either.

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    1. You must be new here.

      Miss Violet

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  6. downeast hillbillyJanuary 9, 2014 at 7:40 PM

    No doubt, wildlife will take a big hit in the coming storm - game laws will be WAY down the list of worries. But poaching aside, the Reichssicherheitshauptamt can take their chances with the drug gangs and the grow ops - that's tribe on tribe, for good or ill. But pointing an AR at civilians on a simple traffic stop, or enforcing a rectal exam? Cook up a cold dish of revenge! Drop the ass-wipe in the dark, count coup and disappear.

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  7. Jim K. You haven't been by my place yet. This is prime habitat for deer, bear, turkey,-you name it. 150 acres between the waterfronts of 2 rivers, bordering 1000s more state and federal forest. Once someone gets too close for my comfort, I step up. I'm out here basicly alone besides a few useless neighbors, so yes, I get very serious -real quick. K. I spend a significant amount of $ every year feeding the wildlife around my home as we enjoy their presence. The property is well posted and we have spent nearly 700k here since 05. Just too much invested to let drunken broke-ass strangers from the Cities do as they please. This is my Citadel.

    NDV III

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    1. Well, okay. I'm very big on a guy handling his own property any way he wishes. That's what property is all about. It's when it's someone else's property, that I find it problematic. That's all.

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  8. Maybe the author should research what Law Enforcement agency in the state of Texas has priority over even the Texas Rangers.

    And maybe he thinks that the TPW rangers should be required to go up against drug cartel members operating in the Big Thicket with sling shots and pea shooters.

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    1. Dear Clueless in Anonymity,

      Maybe you should actually figure out what this blog is about before you comment.

      Miss Violet

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