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The Eco-Fraud: Biocentrism

Eco-radicals have assembled a formidable arsenal to use against western property owners, including the use of feral predators and fraud. These radicals are inspired by the United Nations Earth Charter’s doctrine called “biocentrism.”



From the biocentric perspective, human beings are the single greatest menace to the environment. Humans are not as important as a wild and “healthy planet.” And, according to David Garber, a former research biologist for the National Park Service: Humans have become a cancer. “We (humans) have become a plague upon ourselves and upon the Earth. … (And) until such time as Homo sapiens (that word puts mankind equal to animals) should decide to rejoin nature, some of us can only hope for the right virus to come along.”




Sherri Tippie of Wildlife 2000, a Denver-based biocentric group, commented: “The only species we have too many of is the human one.” Other biocentrists, in order to wrest land from the private sector, urge the use of large predators, such as wolves or grizzly bears, to be introduced near human population centers to “bring back another element that has vanished from the Western back country. That ingredient is fear. Wolves (and grizzlies) are killers … . People will think twice before traipsing into the back country.”

And the local eco-extremists sugar-coat their “2020” eco-fraud to swindle the population out of their property and lie about their connection with the United Nations Earth Charter and their financial support tendered from the huge foundations.

It’s time to flush the eco-freaks down the sewer of human history.

Clifton A. La Moure

Penn Valley


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