Manual for Sabotaging Wolf Hunts Released

Posted: August 22, 2013 by earthfirstdurango in Uncategorized

Typically, we repost and publish information pertaining directly to the Four Corners region of occupied Turtle Island, but once in a while something comes along that merits republishing simply due to the sheer importance of the subject matter. This is one such occasion. And to be sure, when enough wolves return to the Southwest, which they will, there will be those who wish to hunt them for pleasure and sport. As defenders of the wild, we must be there to meet them, and assure that they do not succeed in extinguishing the green fire. This manual is a good start. Up the hunt sabs!

Earth First! Newswire

“And in that case, we choose to be saboteurs for the wild.”

The following text is from a press release of the Earth First! Media office, whichprovides correspondence to news outlets around the world.

by Earth First! News

Earth First! Media has released a manual which provides detailed information for disrupting wolf hunting in those states that allow it. Titled The Earth First! Wolf Hunting Sabotage Manual, the text, complete with step-by-step graphics, explains how to find and destroy wolf traps, handle live trapped wolves in order to release them, and various methods, including the use of air-compressed horns and smoke-bombs, for stopping wolf hunts.

The authors of the manual describe themselves as,  “hunters and proud of it,” adding, “But we aren’t proud of what passes for hunting these days and especially for what passes as ‘sportsman’ hunting. Somehow, the National Rifle Association, yuppie trophy hunters, cattle barons…

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