Tuesday, November 20, 2012

SHARKS, Fordham, and Shameful Bullying

A story out of Philadelphia this morning really gets my blood boiling once again. It is another case of animal-rights activists trying to shove their beliefs down the throats of others while simultaneously calling for rights for non-human animals. It seems a group called SHARK (SHow Animals Respect and Kindness) is crying out for attention because their bullying tactics backfired on them.

Another group of human animals was carrying out a completely legal activity at Berks hunting club. They were having a pigeon shoot. Since they were in a private location not open to the public, the SHARK people sent up a drone with cameras on it to spy on the shooters during their completely legal activity. According to the local NBC affiliate, "SHARK began to use an 'Octocopter,' a remote controlled flying machine with a high tech video camera, to secretly record the pigeon shoots as they happen."

View more videos at: http://nbcphiladelphia.com.

What is completely telling about this SHARK group is that the Octocopterists could not predict what was going to happen. It is common knowledge the real property rights under U.S. common law extend from the surface of the earth to the center of the earth and outward to infinity.


Anyone with half a brain would know that when you fly a drone over someone else's real property they have the right to privacy and quiet enjoyment and thus are entitled to shoot down your little drone flying over their property. The government may have air rights, but the Common Joe does not have the right to invade someone else's air space.

Remember, these pigeon shoots are completely legal in the Pennsylvania County where they occur. And since liberals control that state, these animal lovers could go to their legislators, fork over a few bucks as bribes, and get the practice condemned. Instead, they chose to invade the privacy of the private citizens on private property who were conducting legal private sporting activities and then post obnoxious videos (that they must think make them look righteous) like this one on You Tube.

Now, I do not condone the distasteful behavior of some of these hunters, but I know enough about human nature and hunting to know that men will be men. What is most disturbing about this You Tube SHARK video is the guy who is doing the talking. He is a low-life coward who can only make his self-important macho-man comments on a You Tube video rather than going face to face to talk to the hunters and tell them what he thinks in person. I wonder how big HIS manhood (boyhood) is since he does not have the balls to show his own face or identify himself. He is simply another of those liberal bullies who insist on shoving THEIR views down the throats of everyone. Not everyone likes pigeons, you buffoon bully!

The real meaning of SHARK should be - Show Human Animals Respect and Kindness.

This whole story is just one of a plethora out there about liberals who cry "freedom of choice" in all things that suit their cause and demand no one tread on their rights, but then in every facet of our conservative lives they try to ram their beliefs down OUR throats. Like respect for pigeons. Pigeons poo on everything! They don't deserve no respect! When are we as a nation going to wake up and liberal SHARKs and other bullies to shove it up their ... pigeons.

I took this photo of Coulter at CPAC 2009
To show how extreme this liberal bullying mentality has spread, consider the so-called Catholic institution of higher education, Fordham University in New York City. Last week when the College Republicans invited Catholic pundit Ann Coulter to speak on campus, the PRESIDENT of the university, Fr. Robert McShane, sent a letter to the Republican group telling them that Coulter is "hateful and needlessly provocative," and bullying them into rescinding the invitation. I have seen Ann Coulter speak at CPAC for the last four years, and I survived to tell about it. She is definitely thought-provoking and pulls no punches. But to call her "hateful" is to admit that you listen to MSNBC as your primary news source.

Well, you say, not wanting controversy on campus might be a justifiable defense, until I tell you that days later the same university hosted a two-hour panel discussion called "Christians and Other Animals: Moving the Conversation Forward." Here is what the advertising flyer looked like.

Photo from Singer's webpage
Incredibly, the Co-Sponsors were the Department of Theology, Center for Religion and Culture, Office of the Provost, Dean of Fordham College at Rose Hill, and the Dean of Fordham University Faculty. And in case you cannot read the tiny print, on that panel was a man named Peter Singer who was billed as "the intellectual heft behind the beginning of the animal rights movement in the 1970s," but in reality is the world's most notorious promoter of infanticide.

Bill Ayers
In case you are not familiar with Singer, he was born in Australia, now teaches at Princeton University, and calls himself a "moral philosopher" and an "animal liberator." In his writings, Singer promotes infanticide for any reason up to age two, euthanasia of the elderly with dementia, abortion, necrophilia (as long as it is consensual) and bestiality (as long as it is consensual). Don't even ask the obvious question about how dead people and animals give consent to being violated sexually. The man is a sick-o. (By the way, Singer looks remarkably like another academician at an Ivy League school -- Bill Ayers. I wonder if Singer ever tried to blow up the Pentagon ... after removing all the non-human animals, of course.)

And the president of Fordham called Ann Coulter  intentionally provocative?

Where is the real SHARK when you need it?


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