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Jan 30 2012

Moonbats Boycott The Grey on Behalf of Wolves

Through the centuries, mankind’s archrival has been the wolf. Consequently, moonbats object to the new movie The Grey:

They say “The Grey” wrongly portrays wolves as massive, bloodthirsty beasts [no kidding]. And some wildlife groups are organizing a boycott.

When a plane crash strands a scruffy bunch of guys in the wilds of Alaska, they find themselves going mano a mano against some very mean looking wolves.

“I sat in a theater and the trailer came on and … I was just, oh, I just felt sick when I saw it,” says Wendy Keefover of WildEarth Guardians, a group that’s trying to get the gray wolf back on the Endangered Species List.

According to Wendy,

“You know wolves are expressive, intelligent and emotive beings, and the crisis is not wolves killing people, but literally wolves being wiped out.”

Placing wolves on the Endangered Species List would literally wipe out most ranchers, as well as leading to more wolves killing people.

Instead of stamping her feet and pouting, Wendy ought to go to the movie and root for the wolves. Better still, she should go out into the forest and befriend these expressive and emotive beings, the way Timothy Treadwell did with bears.

A wolf emotes expressively.

On a tip from Steve T. Hat tip: Black Bear Blog.

36 Responses to “Moonbats Boycott The Grey on Behalf of Wolves”

  1. nobody says:

    Any number of my friends that ranch along the Rockies (eastern slope) will tell you that the wolves program is out of control.

    The wolves are the darling of the lower 48 when it comes to enviro-NAZIs (just think of the Polar Bear anology).

  2. JN says:

    Its easy for people who live in cities to worry about animals they’ve never seen outside of a zoo.

  3. TonyD95B says:

    Reminds me of statement Ted Nugent made once: “I have no respect for anyone whose ideas on widlife come from a Disney Cartoon.”

    What about the poor, opressed SHEEP? Don’t Moonbats like SHEEP, too?

  4. Jimbo says:

    “…emotive beings”?


    As a steaming pile of wolf crap, she might smell better and be happier – “one with the wolf” don’tcha know.

  5. Let’s smear the wolf lovers with bacon grease and see how they’re befriended

  6. gunnerjones says:

    Love wolves, I think they are one of nature’s beautiful creatures, HOWEVER, if elk and deer are scarce we’re on the menu. Wolves won’t risk injury, large sheep dogs ie German Shepherds, Anatolian Shepherds etc may be the ramcher’s answer. sometimes an old solution to an old problem is best.

  7. Brian_Boru says:

    I haven’t wasted my money on a Hollywood movie for several years now, but if it will piss off a tree hugger, then I’ve gotta go see it.

  8. gunnerjones says: looks like a good one

  9. Hail The Amberlamps! says:

    Over 60% of the wolves in Montana and Idaho are infected with Echinococcus granulosus or hydatid cyst tapeworm. It’s a horribly pathological disease in humans and the infective eggs persist for over a year in the environment infecting domestic livestock as well. This in addition to their depredations of elk, deer, cattle and sheep.

    Get the tags. Slaughter them back to the endangered species list. Just don’t handle the carcasses.

  10. gunnerjones says:

    Hail, that is a goddam lie, from the Idaho fish and game, not some hippy dippy sight. you want wolves controlled? use facts

  11. gunnerjones says:

    Apologies Hail, re read the PDF, it supports your position

  12. Hedgehog says:

    why doesn’t she just let one into her house? She’ll find out just how “expressive, intelligent and emotive” it is as it rips her jugular out. Moonbat idiot.

  13. varkswife says:

    Expressive, emotive and intelligent do not mean tame. I’ll have to see this movie now.

  14. KHarn says:

    Granted, wolf PACKS will not attack without reason, but the movie trailers show the harsh winter conditions that would drive a hungry pack to desperate means to obtain food. The wildlife “expert” above chose to ignore this part of the story.

    If they REALLY cared about wildlife, they would do A LOT more research.

  15. gunnerjones says:

    Controlled hunts and Shepherd dogs. I personally couldn’t pull the trigger on something that resembles the family pet but a balance must be met. A really good example of how fast wolves can recover and overwhelm an ecosystem is the story of the Red Wolf re introduce into Alligator River Park in North Carolina. They weren’t confident that the wolves were going to survive. What happened was that the local deer population got slow and lazy because of no predators to speak of for hundreds of years, add to that the foreign species of nutria rodent made a nice in between deer snack for the wolves. The population of wolves exploded into four major packs. To add insult to injury, they found out that the Red Wolf (Canis Rufis) is not a separate species but in fact a hybrid of Greys, Coyotes and wild dogs. The same thing is occurring with the Greys in the national parks, they got these HUGE packs now and they have to be culled.

  16. ED357 says:

    Oh those poor tiny mistreated “Grey Wolves”……

    UM NOT SO MUCH……….


  17. nobody says:

    @ gunnerjones

    used to let my bitch Aussi Collie go out and ‘attract’ the cyotes in the desert….. she was a very smart dog. a lot less cyotes now…..

  18. gunnerjones says:

    Idaho lets you hunt wolves? good start. somebody must of tried this already, anybody hear of results? it worked in the old world.

  19. Sinister66 says:

    they dont even use real wolves in the movie. Its all CGI.
    Living in the sierras we get all sort of critters wondering onto my property. Most times I have my six akitas roming the property but when it gets hot I bring them in to enjoy the AC. Animal control has had to remove bears from my front yard and a mountain lion that decided to shat a litter of cubs under my front deck. doesnt help that my daughter and girlfriend think its OK to leave food scraps at the edge of the property. I have seen the occasional wolf poking his nose around but they never cause any problems. they do keep the rodents in check though

  20. IslandLifer says:

    The grey wolf in not native to America. It is a Canadian wolf transplanted here by a group of morons who had no clue what they were doing. Now the timberwolf, which is native, is being driven to extinction thanks to this stupid idea. These wolves are blood thirsty killers that will kill just for sport. As stated above they are spreading diseases like crazy. These wolves need to be hunted and killed. Every last one. Here is how Idaho handled going around the fed gov to get this done.

  21. gunnerjones says:

    timber wolves are a subspecies of the grey not a separate one. Blood Thirsty killers? got a cite for that besides fairy tales? Spreading diseases like crazy? Can you quantify that for us? Yes it’s a problem but hyperbole is not going to fix it.

  22. Dr. 9 says:

    Wolves, like all other wild creatures, are not a danger to man so long as we just leave them alone. Every animal, including man, will fight and kill if they have to, to protect themselves and their homes.

  23. IslandLifer says:

    Feast your eyes upon this. Maybe instead of using your mouth you could at least try google next time. These wolves need to be controlled. I love animals just as much as anybody else but man needs to step the fuck back and let nature run it’s own course.

  24. lvb-rocks says:

    The star of the film, Liam Neeson, seems to be a lost soul since the death of his wife. Combine that with being in Hollywood and anyone could go round the bend. He is now considering conversion to Islam. He has said, “The call to prayer happens five times a day and for the first week it drives you crazy, and then it gets into your spirit and it’s the most beautiful, beautiful thing.” He also commented on the mosques in Turkey, “Some are just stunning and it really makes me think about converting to Islam.” I guess “The Grey” wasn’t bloody enough.

  25. Ozconservative says:

    On a different note, did anyone notice the similarity between the wolf in the pic and Islamic Rage Boy????

  26. SaneRightWing says:

    I always get a good laugh at people who are scared of wolves, yet fail to realize that the pets of this country pose a far greater risk to them.

    About 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year.
    Almost one in five of those who are bitten :a total of 885,000: require medical attention for dog bite-related injuries.
    In 2006, more than 31,000 people underwent reconstructive surgery as a result of being bitten by dogs.

    So, does that mean we need to exterminate all domestic dogs in this country?
    From 1982-2011 754 were killed by domestic dogs.

    During that time,the number of people killed by wolves was a mere fraction of the number of people killed by domestic cattle.

    You people sound like a bunch of liberals whining about scary looking “assault weapons”. “Wipe out wolves. FOR THE CHILDREN”.

  27. beforethestorm says:

    Human beings are just like any other animal, no better, no different BUT somehow wolves know that humans are somehow better and different and don’t attack us because we’re special. Gotta love enviro-wacko logic…

    My personal opinion: Wolves are smart enough to know that humans are bad news and should be avoided. However, if food is scarce, if the opportunity is there, they’ll chow down on us as quickly as anything else they can get ahold of.

  28. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    From Island’s link
    The original goal, proposed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, was to establish a minimum of 300 wolves back into all of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming, insuring that there were 10 breeding pairs in each of those states.
    Remember that these numbers are arbitrary. Pulled from someones rear end.
    You know what this is really about ?
    The left’s war on hunting
    With pictures

  29. FrankW says:

    Now if we can convince the moonbats that still worship AGW that they should boycott breathing to help the atmosphere we can be in business.

  30. Adam says:

    “Granted, wolf PACKS will not attack without reason, but the movie trailers show the harsh winter conditions that would drive a hungry pack to desperate means to obtain food. The wildlife “expert” above chose to ignore this part of the story.”
    Indeed. Wolves, like most wild animals, generally leave humans alone. However, if they are unable to find prey on their own due to harsh weather or some other problem (As appears to be the case in this film), they can indeed go after humans. As someone who vacations in Canada every summer, the same rule applies to the bears up there (Though since bears are more omnivorous than wolves are, they’d often be more likely in such situations to simply root around in people’s garbage for food the way raccoons do than to go after humans).
    lvbrocks, sad to say, I’m starting to feel the same way about Liam Neeson. I love his films, but he seems to be starting to lose it a little over the last few years. On my ‘Voyage of the Dawn Treader’ DVD, there was an interview with Neeson, and he didn’t seem to be all there.

  31. TED says:

    It’s the symbolism the left doesn’t like, it reminds them too much of this coming election!

  32. czuch says:

    Ya know, we’re at the top of the food chain as long as its cello wrapped and sitting on styrofoam. Ya go out into their world, and you must realize YOU are made of meat. Wether it be forest or sea.
    Mountain lion is just a big kitty, wolves are just a nice doggie. Polar Bears just want a warm place to sleep. THEY WERE HERE FIRST, after all.

  33. Paladin says:

    The wolf that was transplanted from Canada into my state of Idaho is larger than what was here before.
    They are breeding at an alarming rate. I only see a fraction of the elk, moose, and deer in the mountains that I used to. I do see a lot of wolf tracks and at most nights you can hear them.
    If the wolf packs aren’t thinned down, their natural prey will keep declining until a disproportionate predator/prey reaches a tipping point, if it hasn’t already. Soon you will hear about the family pets disappearing. After that will be children. Then adults too.
    It’s not that wolves hunt people, but they will behave like any other predator. If they get hungry, they will find food.
    Mother nature is actively trying to kill you. Appreciate her beauty, but don’t ever turn your back on her.

  34. Canis lupus says:

    I wasnt going to see the movie anyway.

  35. h. says:

    I am a one man wolf pack.

  36. IslandLifer says:

    SaneRight, you have it backwards. It was the liberals who introduced them and now crying because their stupidity backfired. You’re comparing apples and bananas. I’m talking about the elk etc. population getting destroyed at an alarming rate. Forget the diseases for a second and focus on that. Now if you were a rancher and your investments started disappearing or a hunter who relied on this meat for survival wouldn’t you be a little pissed at the numbskulls who intervened with mother nature? This happens just about everytime man thinks he knows better than God.

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