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2 thoughts on “Bears to be killed or captured”
What is really stunning is that a few weeks ago a mother cow protecting her calf killed an elderly lady walking along a trail in tyrolia. The cow exhibited exactly the same behaviour that the mother bear did. Nobody demanded that the cow gets killed even though it killed a human but instead appeals were posted to take caution if approaching mother cows since they can be aggressive. If a bear does the same thing, the firing squad is there in 5 minutes. Cows are nice even if they kill, bears and wolves are bad, even if they only injure.
Via the Petitionsite I signed and posted comment to spare the life of this Danzia.
I wonder how to ‘bring some wisdom to such primitively reacting people by killing an animal which has the same (!) instinct as human beings who want to protect their children against violence…..