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    How Do You Feel About Hunting?

    Edit: Before you vote, watch this video. Warning: It may make you cry.
    It certainly made me cry, anyway.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sj0Rfk-qjU

    What are your views on hunting and particularly wolf hunting?
    Do you think Arial shooting of wolves is right?
    Do you think what Palin did to those wolves and their cubs was right? (She ordered the shooting of wolves from the air. She then ordered for the cubs to be rounded up and shot. 24 wolf cubs died needlessly)

    I am a huge fan of wolves. They are my favourite animal on the entire planet.
    I don't think the hunting of wolves is right. They aren't a danger to anyone unless you provoke them. Yes, people may say that they're invading our towns and cities, but the reality is, we're invading their habitats due to our ever increasing population.

    As for the shooting of those wolves, could Palin not just have ordered the wolves and their cubs to be taken into captivity instead of shooting them?
    Why did she have to kill innocent pups?

    A lot of people seem to forget that their precious doggies are descendants of wolves, that they were wolves before man came along and domesticated them. That's all dogs are. Domesticated wolves. Just like cats are domesticated big cats, only smaller.

    So, wolf hunting. Right or wrong?

    ((P.S: If this is in the wrong place, please move it to the correct place but PLEASE tell me where you moved it so I can find it! Thank you))

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    No, I don't wolves should be hunted, because there are so few of them left. You can almost count the number of wolves in Scandinavia on your fingers. Sure, the farmers hate the wolves for apparent reasons and want to kill them. But in that case, it's an either or situation, you either let them live or you kill each and everyone of them left. But killing all wolves in Scandinavia would be more than a tradegy, in my opinion. So instead of going around and killing them in helicopters, they should spend money on attempting to find techniques to keep the wolves away from the sheep. Surely with the technique of today there must be some smart way to keep wolves from getting to the poor sheep?

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    It is the same government that basically hunts us, so I doubt you will see much support for it in a nationalist Germanic site.

    From my experience (and myself including), the majority of us respect nature and would never support this. Actual hunters who are not just in it for money also tend to disagree with it, as it is destroying the wilderness they rely on.

    The only time I could really support it would be due to diseased or deranged animals that are a threat to the environment and communties (and by communities, I do not mean when they are the ones causing the problem and the animals are reacting).

    And I am going to disagree with your point about us expanding... we are not. Europeans are retracting, the other races are the ones expanding. Blame them.

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    I'd say it depends. I like animals a lot, too, but I'm not against hunting per se. I wouldn't say it's generally wrong to hunt wolves.However, I'm for an ecological ("green") hunting ethos. A hunter should live in accord with his hunting grounds and not plunder it in favour of short-sighted capitalistic interest.

    -Hunt only if it doesn't damage the eco-system of your grounds as a whole
    -Avoid hunting when the population has many puppies
    -Respect your prey
    -Kill quick and clean, avoid letting an animal suffer

    A good and skilled hunter can stabilize, nurture and protect his population. At the given time, I think wolves shouldn't be hunted because they're already so few and must be protected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by totenlicht View Post
    I'd say it depends. I like animals a lot, too, but I'm not against hunting per se. I wouldn't say it's generally wrong to hunt wolves.However, I'm for an ecological ("green") hunting ethos. A hunter should live in accord with his hunting grounds and not plunder it in favour of short-sighted capitalistic interest.

    -Hunt only if it doesn't damage the eco-system of your grounds as a whole
    -Avoid hunting when the population has many puppies
    -Respect your prey
    -Kill quick and clean, avoid letting an animal suffer

    A good and skilled hunter can stabilize, nurture and protect his population. At the given time, I think wolves shouldn't be hunted because they're already so few and must be protected.
    I agree with your opinion mostly, but what is your reasoning for allowing sport hunting in a healthy population?

    Should we enslave more young men in Ireland if their population increases again, just because we can? Hunting a wolf is not the same as hunting animals like rabbits, deer, duck, and so on. There is no purpose except extermination.

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    Hunting a wolf is not the same as hunting animals like rabbits, deer, duck, and so on. There is no purpose except extermination.
    Well, and the pelt. I personally wouldn't kill a wolf only for its pelt (for reasons of personal sympathy), but I don't see how its more or less immoral than to kill another animal for it's meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by totenlicht View Post
    Well, and the pelt. I personally wouldn't kill a wolf only for its pelt (for reasons of personal sympathy), but I don't see how its more or less immoral than to kill another animal for it's meat.
    If you kill an animal for consumption, you may use the pelt as well as "part of the package", it's not used otherwise you you may just as well use it. If you kill it solely for the pelt, you're essentially taking its life for no other reason than to gratify the needs of greedy pseudo-fashionables, as real-pelt coats are most commonly worn by wannabe-high-society women and homosexuals.
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    A wolf pelt is also of poor quality compared to an animal such as a rabbit or mink. You would never find an operation existing to produce wolf fur. So I do not think this is a valid arguement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kogen View Post
    A wolf pelt is also of poor quality compared to an animal such as a rabbit or mink. You would never find an operation existing to produce wolf fur. So I do not think this is a valid arguement.
    Then again, one could argue that ancient Germanics clad themselves in wolf skins for battle at times, and that therefore we should also do this.

    PS: This is not my actual opinion. I dont have a wolf as my avatar for no reason.
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    Brutal: Sarah Palin's Record on Aerial Wolf Hunting

    Governor Sarah Palin and Alaska wolves

    Alaska residents have twice voted to ban aerial wolf hunting-- first in 1996 and again in 2000. Both times, the Alaska Legislature overturned the will of the people and allowed the Board of Game to re-create the programs after the two-year initiatives expired. 671 wolves have been shot by Alaska residents in private aircraft over the past four years.

    Ow, btw, because i know some Skadi members would want to know this, Sarah Palin's monther is jewish, so instead of being in the land where she belongs (Israel) she tries to kill all the wolfs in Alaska.

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