Press propaganda made in Germany: “wolves kill sheep, spread fear”.

 

There are more and more: Wild wolves on the advance in Germany!

Bonn, Germany – Wolves continue to spread in Germany, as recent figures from the authorities show.

Wolves kill sheep and spread fear (!!!)

According to the latest official census, there are 128 wolf packs, 35 pairs, and 10 sedentary individual wolves in Germany – significantly more than a year earlier.

In the monitoring year 2019/20, wolves were detected in 15 of 16 federal states, as the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation announced on Friday.

Wolves live mainly in Brandenburg, Saxony, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Saxony-Anhalt, and Lower Saxony.

But there are also territories in Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Hesse, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Schleswig-Holstein and Thuringia.

According to updated data, 105 packs, 41 pairs, and 12 individual wolves were detected in the 2018/19 monitoring year, the nature conservation authority announced.

“The wolf population in Germany is increasing,” said Beate Jessel, President of the Federal Office.

The wolf population has continued to increase, particularly in the north and northwest. For the first time in ten years, a sedentary wolf was confirmed in the Bavarian Alps.

126 wolves found dead

A fence delimits a sheep pasture on Burgdorfer Holz. Wildlife cameras have recorded at least eight wolf pups in the area northwest of Hanover.

47 wolf packs lived in Brandenburg in the monitoring year from May 1, 2019, to April 30, 2020, more than in any other German state.

In second place is Saxony with 28 packs and Lower Saxony with 23.

According to experts, it is difficult to say how many individual animals there are – a pack consists of a pair of parents and their offspring, and mortality is relatively high.

The number of wolves in a pack can therefore fluctuate widely, according to experts it is usually between five and ten animals.

The number of wolves found dead has also increased sharply – from 100 in 2018/19 to 126 in the most recent monitoring.

“After traffic accidents, illegal killing is the second leading cause of death,” said Jessel.

Of 126 animals found dead, 98 died in traffic, and 11 were killed illegally, and another 7 of the wolves that were involved in an accident were also shot illegally.

Wolves are strictly protected (!!!). They may be shot down if they kill sheep, for example, but each individual shot must first be approved.

Wolves have been back in Germany since the turn of the millennium. What makes conservationists happy, worries animal owners – the number of wolf cracks has also risen sharply in recent years (!!!).

In contrast, there is no confirmed wolf attack on humans.

https://www.tag24.de/thema/tiere/woelfe/immer-mehr-wilde-woelfe-in-deutschland-auf-dem-vormarsch-1704825

 

And I mean…They all agree on lies, harm, and propaganda.
Hunter, farmer, politician, press…
The German press has become a hideous servant of German politics.
Hunters and farmers decide the life and death of the wolf, the politicians only approve.

The farmers complain when once a year the wolf takes its food from their herds.
The farmers will slaughter their animals anyway – more cruel and senseless than the wolf does.
And with every loss, the farmers get compensation.

The hunters, on the other hand, run to the aid of the farmers, animal killers always keep looking together.
And then we also have the press, which feeds and strengthens the hatred against these animals with dirty arguments.

Editor-in-chief of the New York Times, John Swinton, in 1880 stated:

“The business of us journalists is to destroy the truth, to lie freely, to falsify, to crawl at the feet of Mammon and our country and his Selling people for their daily bread … We are the tools and vassals of rich people behind the scene.

We are the puppets, they pull the strings and we dance.
There is not one of you who dares to express an honest opinion”.

This article proves Swinton’s opinion down to the last detail.

My best regards to all, Venus

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