Vicious WolfThe Associated Press has said that eleven groups have formally announced plans to sue the federal government to stop the removal of the gray wolf from protection under the Endangered Species Act. A list of some of those groups, of which the Associated Press seems reluctant to announce, includes the Sierra Club, the Humane Society of the United States, Defenders of Wildlife, Earth Justice and Center for Biological Diversity.

They made their announcement of intent and then will formally file within 60 days. The groups’ lawyer, Doug Honnold, said he would seek an emergency injunction to stop any wolf killing that is attempted before the courts rule.

None of this comes as a surprise and it shouldn’t come as a surprise either that these groups have also begun their public relations campaign by using the press, such as they have with the AP, to publish their lies and misinformation in order to sway public opinion. These groups are led by ruthless people with no scruples and will do and say pretty much anything to accomplish their goals.

Here’s a classic example of what a representative on one of these groups said.

“A lot of the killing may not be taking place just from hunters,” said Michael Robinson with the Center for Biological Diversity, one of the groups that plans to sue. “It’s going to be very systematic killing, with aerial killing and the trapping of wolves to put radio collars on them and then, after they return to their pack, killing the entire pack.”

But, you know when you have the mainstream media on your side, that will print whatever they are told to print, without any kind of verification, I guess that gives them the upper hand now doesn’t it. Here’s what the AP wrote.

State officials have pledged to keep wolves on the landscape. But they also would allow hunters and wildlife agents to kill hundreds of wolves, in part to reduce conflicts with livestock and big game.

I guess this is a case of one will lie and the other will swear it’s true.

And if you don’t think these groups are serious and for those who think these people are only interested in a few wolves in the Yellowstone area, visit this site and you can read for yourself that Defenders of Wildlife and others are asking supporters to notify the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to support a National Wolf Recovery Plan.

Such a plan would continue protecting the wolf while allowing it to grow and spread throughout the entire U.S.. These people are sick and have to be stopped. It’s time for you to call on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and tell them we don’t need wolves living in everyone’s back yard.

Tom Remington