Evan Sidener
Evan Sidener

I can only agree with the second point of this petition. The 3rd point is not valid because only those who have made multiple accounts should be punished not everyone who uses the page. While I do not believe in the reckless killing of wolves I do believe in the freedom of speech. Also I have visited one of their pages and while a lot of the page is devoted to hating wolves they have informative stuff as well like videos on how to trap wolves. Your petition is simply an attempt to silence...

I can only agree with the second point of this petition. The 3rd point is not valid because only those who have made multiple accounts should be punished not everyone who uses the page. While I do not believe in the reckless killing of wolves I do believe in the freedom of speech. Also I have visited one of their pages and while a lot of the page is devoted to hating wolves they have informative stuff as well like videos on how to trap wolves. Your petition is simply an attempt to silence those who have a different opinion then you. Also the whole Native American racism is bullshit you used to get facebook to remove their pages. I found no comments racist towards Native Americans on the page which leads me to believe you are saying it is racist towards Native Americans to kill wolves which is simply not true. This whole petition is an attempt to silence those who you disagree with you. You disgust me.

Sharon Gray
Sharon Gray
  • Evan Sidener

Look at the screen shots on this petition. They certainly are racist against Native Americans, and many others. And I said their actions are OFFENSIVE to many Native American tribes who are trying to protect the wolves that live on their land, that they consider to be brothers. This has nothing to do with free speech. Free speech has its limits, and one of them is torture. When these behaviors are posted on a public forum with content standards, they are no longer protected under the blanket...

Look at the screen shots on this petition. They certainly are racist against Native Americans, and many others. And I said their actions are OFFENSIVE to many Native American tribes who are trying to protect the wolves that live on their land, that they consider to be brothers. This has nothing to do with free speech. Free speech has its limits, and one of them is torture. When these behaviors are posted on a public forum with content standards, they are no longer protected under the blanket of free speech. And there are many other "informative" sites where you can learn about trapping and hunting that don't promote torture and cruelty.

Evan Sidener
Evan Sidener
  • Evan Sidener

commenting about torture on a social networking site isn't torture. So free speech still applies here. If you do not like what they say don't read it. Instead make a save the wolves page instead of attacking someone for having a different point of view.

Raymond Brodie
Raymond Brodie

"Killing, torturing, trapping, hunting and generally being cruel to animals is a reflection of a deeply unwell and twisted society , come on America start stopping these terrible atrocities by passing laws and providing resources to ensure this madness ends.That goes for every country worldwide."

Raymond Brodie
Raymond Brodie
  • Raymond Brodie

"I am shocked at facebook`s involvement in this."

Jaclyn Elcock
Jaclyn Elcock

COMPLETELY agree with the cause, but the Native American argument is a little irrelevant..Practicing something that doesn't coincide with another person's religious beliefs doesn't equate discrimination. Cows are sacred in the Hindu religion, and I don't see you guys giving up burgers..

Sharon Gray
Sharon Gray
  • Jaclyn Elcock

I am a vegan, so don't lump me in with that. The difference is, many of these wolves live on the Indian reservations. Those tribes are very vocal in trying to get these murders stopped, especially of their wolves. Facebook has content standards which claims to not tolerate discrimination or offensive language. Just as a Christian would find someone graphically depicting the murder of Christ offensive, many Indian tribes find the murder of their brother wolf offensive. Facebook needs to acknowledge their own guidelines and follow them equally.

Jaclyn Elcock
Jaclyn Elcock
  • Jaclyn Elcock

Never said that they shouldn't follow them. Once again, I completely agree. But when you focus on 'discrimination against Native Americans', you take away from the fact that cruelty against animals in itself is disgusting and more than enough to violate community standards.

Sharon Gray
Sharon Gray
  • Jaclyn Elcock

I actually agree with you, but unfortunately facebook doesn't seem to. That is why we have to show all the ways these sites are terrible.

Ren Dube L
Ren Dube L

won't leave a comment the way I am upset looking at these pictures.

Pat M Kelly
Pat M Kelly
  • Ren Dube L

don't blame you!

Ren Dube L
Ren Dube L
  • Ren Dube L

I'm asking my friends to go sign this petition! Takes 3 seconds! really holding back my tongue right now...can't imagine what satisfaction this brings these *&$^$&$* people!

Lindsey Raymond
Lindsey Raymond
  • Ren Dube L

did!'

Joshua Davis
Joshua Davis

I'm not condoning these pages, but the sheer fact that, as the description states, these pars deal with cooking. Even natives would eat meat when ever they hunted and depending on the tribes, some would have eaten wolf. I respect animals, but limiting the speech of these individuals is just wrong and against being an Amaerican and goes against freedom of speech. In truth, honoring these petitions makes you less of an American because you are trying to limit someone's freedom of speech. As I...

I'm not condoning these pages, but the sheer fact that, as the description states, these pars deal with cooking. Even natives would eat meat when ever they hunted and depending on the tribes, some would have eaten wolf. I respect animals, but limiting the speech of these individuals is just wrong and against being an Amaerican and goes against freedom of speech. In truth, honoring these petitions makes you less of an American because you are trying to limit someone's freedom of speech. As I stated, I do not condone these pages or animal cruelty, but the simple act of hunting and cooking is not cruelty.

Sharon Gray
Sharon Gray
  • Joshua Davis

Look at the screen shots on the petition. They don't actually have anything to do with cooking. These people consider wolves to be vermin and liken eating a wolf to eating a rat. They just find the titles "humorous" to upset people with hearts and souls. And most hunters have responded favorably to this petition because they don't condone the behaviors celebrated on these sites. It has nothing to do with freedom of speech. Facebook is a public, social site with content standards.

Joshua Davis
Joshua Davis
  • Joshua Davis

@Sharon Gray I'll state this again. Clearly you didn't read the title of the primary page they want removed "Cooking, and Recipes". As I stated, I don't condone the joyful killing not animals. I have no issue with hunting if you intend on actually eating th meat. I also have no problem with stopping an animal that kills livestock, as it clearly shows in some of these pics that is what is happening. Do I like that they are posting disgusting pics of these creatures deaths? No. Is it their...

@Sharon Gray I'll state this again. Clearly you didn't read the title of the primary page they want removed "Cooking, and Recipes". As I stated, I don't condone the joyful killing not animals. I have no issue with hunting if you intend on actually eating th meat. I also have no problem with stopping an animal that kills livestock, as it clearly shows in some of these pics that is what is happening. Do I like that they are posting disgusting pics of these creatures deaths? No. Is it their freedom to do so? Yes. This is America. We have the 1st Amendment for a reason, regardless of how much you personally like it or not.

Sharon Gray
Sharon Gray
  • Joshua Davis

Joshua, I did read the title of the page "they" want removed, as I wrote it. This is my petition. The title is irrelevant. I'll state this again, they do not actually eat the wolves. The "cooking and recipes" is meant to be ironic. Nothing these people do falls under the umbrella of responsible hunting. And, again, facebook has content standards that do not allow images of graphic violence, nudity, racism, hate speech, etc. Free speech does not apply.

Kenny Williams
Kenny Williams

Please sign

Bobbie Dunn
Bobbie Dunn
  • Kenny Williams

Why would you want to EAT A WOLF?? It can't taste very good!

Victoria Pearson Harp
Victoria Pearson Harp
  • Kenny Williams

Victoria

Kenny Williams
Kenny Williams
  • Kenny Williams

I wouldn't eat wolf, Bobbie.

Melindi Charle
Melindi Charle

TO THESE AWFULL PEOPLE YOU ARE NOT RIGHT IN YOURE MINDS!! THERE IS SOMETHING VERY BAD AND EVIL LURKING IN YOURE SOULS!! TO THINK ITS FUN TO TORTURE A WOLF !! SHAME AND DISGUST ON YOU !THE WHOLE WORLD THINKS YOU ARE RUBBISH !!MELINDI

Oscar Jin Kazama Medd
Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

This petition is ignorant, childish and incredibly narrow-minded, your protest is one that aims to restrict the public's access to knowledge, because it offends you, a select group of humans can't trap and eat wolves? Yes, wolves look lovely, I'm sure some species are even endangered, but what gives YOU the right to say 'You can't do that, because I find it offensive.'?
At least these people eat what they kill rather than leaving it to rot, it's so much better if we just shoot it and leave...

This petition is ignorant, childish and incredibly narrow-minded, your protest is one that aims to restrict the public's access to knowledge, because it offends you, a select group of humans can't trap and eat wolves? Yes, wolves look lovely, I'm sure some species are even endangered, but what gives YOU the right to say 'You can't do that, because I find it offensive.'?
At least these people eat what they kill rather than leaving it to rot, it's so much better if we just shoot it and leave the carcass? Or is it just okay when you buy that beef burger from McDonalds and over the counter the hard work is done for you.
I don't even do this myself, but how dare you suggest that others should not be permitted to share this knowledge when they mean no harm other than to enjoy what nature offers. Just remember, every time you buy any meat anywhere, some animal had to die to put that on your plate, something then butchered it, selected a recipe and then cooked it, this page merely offers that information to the public.
Put down your banners, stop trying to get attention and think, what have they actually done wrong? These people have taken a sport they enjoy and through it found a way to sustain themselves inexpensively and enjoy wolf meat.
Maybe even try reading some of Jean Jacques Rousseau's work and you'll get an inkling as to why hunting and eating your prey is a natural, noble and laudable way of living.

Oscar Jin Kazama Medd
Oscar Jin Kazama Medd
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

*publics'

Janet Russo Eshbaugh
Janet Russo Eshbaugh
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

Seems like you're the attention-getter here, Oscar. Pontificate somewhere else, please.

Oscar Jin Kazama Medd
Oscar Jin Kazama Medd
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

*attention-seeker
Nice use of fancy words but they fail to hide the blatant hypocrisy of that statement, you can say that to me when *I* start a petition to try and shut down your silly facebook pages which are anti-wolf recipes. In the meantime I'm going to sit down to shark fin soup, roasted bottle nose dolphin and with my wolf cub skull full to the brim of a 1998 Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame, toast the notion that your comment actually held any significance at all.

Sharon Gray
Sharon Gray
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

Oscar, your comment would be somewhat valid if anything you said applied to the people this petition is aimed at. They are not merely hunters eating their kills. In fact, they view wolves as vermin and have admitted they would never lower themselves to eating the "rat" wolves. The names of their sites are supposed to be ironic. You need to do your research before you spew your dime store philosophy. Have you looked at the screen shots on this petition? These people are torturing animals (not...

Oscar, your comment would be somewhat valid if anything you said applied to the people this petition is aimed at. They are not merely hunters eating their kills. In fact, they view wolves as vermin and have admitted they would never lower themselves to eating the "rat" wolves. The names of their sites are supposed to be ironic. You need to do your research before you spew your dime store philosophy. Have you looked at the screen shots on this petition? These people are torturing animals (not just wolves) because they think it is fun. The vast majority of philosophers (including Rousseau- who loved animals and nature and argued for animal rights) did not and would not agree with this behavior. I am a vegan, so your nonsense about burgers doesn't apply here, either. Again, take a look at the screen shots and then tell me they "mean no harm".

Sharon Gray
Sharon Gray
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

P.S. this petition has done exceptionally well among hunting communities because most hunters do not condone what these people do and these sites promote. There is nothing educational about them.

Oscar Jin Kazama Medd
Oscar Jin Kazama Medd
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

Well Sharon, my mistake for throwing you in with the same group as another one who really DID seem to be against eating wolves, although, I do really have to point out that vermin is a subjective term and depends on your point of view. To these people wolves are vermin, heck, to ME wolves are vermin, it is not beyond the scope of my imagination to believe that wolves may very well eat game animals, and by definition that makes them vermin. However I agree that that doesn't condone the...

Well Sharon, my mistake for throwing you in with the same group as another one who really DID seem to be against eating wolves, although, I do really have to point out that vermin is a subjective term and depends on your point of view. To these people wolves are vermin, heck, to ME wolves are vermin, it is not beyond the scope of my imagination to believe that wolves may very well eat game animals, and by definition that makes them vermin. However I agree that that doesn't condone the actions of the hunters to torture other animals, and yes, I am well aware of the opinions of Rousseau as far as animals went and actually his philosophy was based more around the idea of humanity being in tune with nature, and staying away from technology, he saw humans as 'noble savages' and preferred hunting animals to giving them rights. But I digress.
Ah well, it is a shame some people are this way inclined, but the very nature of such a stupid following is a small one, and if I were you I wouldn't waste my time.

Sharon Gray
Sharon Gray
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

Yes, it is small to us, but a few hundred people can inflict a lot of pain on a lot of animals. Even just one person doing this is enough for me to spend time to prevent it.

Ariane Villers
Ariane Villers
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

Well well well, Oscar, seems you're a boss in copy/paste, doesn't it ? ^^

Seb Ristori
Seb Ristori
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

ok oscar you think that you can take what nature offers U...but what is offered is maybe not to be killed, it might be offered to all of us, and you don't have the right to take it out from our nature, who is offering it to all of us...maybe, someone might want to take U away becoz he thinks that what is there is always to be taken...what is there, like the sky, the air, the seas and all nature jewels are some to be taken..and some to be left standin' alive...do i make myself clear enough for U..think a minute about it...Pal

Oscar Jin Kazama Medd
Oscar Jin Kazama Medd
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

*Shudders* Oh good lord the spelling/grammatical errors...
And honestly? 'do i make myself clear enough for U' No! Really, honestly no! I can barely understand the point you are trying to convey... That what nature offers should be shared with everyone? That no one person has the right to dictate what is given and not? If so... Well being the dominant species anything that isn't human/man-made is what nature offers, so that's what we can take, and fine, next time they kill a wolf, line up...

*Shudders* Oh good lord the spelling/grammatical errors...
And honestly? 'do i make myself clear enough for U' No! Really, honestly no! I can barely understand the point you are trying to convey... That what nature offers should be shared with everyone? That no one person has the right to dictate what is given and not? If so... Well being the dominant species anything that isn't human/man-made is what nature offers, so that's what we can take, and fine, next time they kill a wolf, line up with a bowl and the other 7 billion people in the world and I'm sure they'll share, get there early enough and you might even get a micro gram of the eyeball. Great idea...
Oh and keep a dictionary nearby when you reply, your spelling is making me feel less intelligent by the minute.

Bill Matsoukas
Bill Matsoukas
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

I agree with your comments about spelling and grammar. Thanks to the U.S. public schools, dingbat psychologists (Dr. Spock, et al), and parental indulgence we have raised a generation of followers that cannot find their own butt with both hands and a flashlight.

Anne Kennedy Rackham
Anne Kennedy Rackham
  • Oscar Jin Kazama Medd

If you were subjected to the original page, and did not find it offensive, you are no huntsman and given half the chance, several people would love to inform you as to just why it was disgusting and cruel.

Gina Cracchiolo
Gina Cracchiolo

Remove this page. It is offensive to everyone.

Paulo Fogliano
Paulo Fogliano
  • Gina Cracchiolo

you right !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yari De Leon
Yari De Leon
  • Gina Cracchiolo

Wow are you guys all blind?? By deleting these pages you are all just as cruel as the ppl torturing them, by looking the other way and doing nothing to help theses animals. Instead of deleting the pages you should get more involved on how to stop theses fuckers from harming theses innocennt creatures. How about do something to help save the animals. I actually disagree the pages should be kept up so the world see's what's truly going on! Period! If you care get involved don't turn your backs!!!!

Colin Wright
Colin Wright
  • Gina Cracchiolo

It would be helpful if you could suggest a specific action to take. Most of the people trying to get these pages taken down probably ARE doing other things to help animals. For my own part, I work every day rescuing cats and other animals. What do you suggest I do to help the animals that are being depicted on these horrible facebook pages?

Martha Estela Fernandez
Martha Estela Fernandez
  • Gina Cracchiolo

What i suggest is to KEEP ON DENOUNCING THOSE ATTROCITIES by making people actually see the way animals are tortured...every single day in the most repulsive way...that´s what I suggest...

Merley Morgan
Merley Morgan
  • Gina Cracchiolo

What I think is that Martha and Yari actually dig it.

Gina Cracchiolo
Gina Cracchiolo
  • Gina Cracchiolo

This kind of stuff should be stopped simply because not only is it an endangerment to the animals but also the human race. If people keep breaking the laws of nature, bad stuff will happen and already is happening. The only way for this to end is for a cataclysmic occurrence on the planet to clean out the human race and their evil ways.

Jeffrey Quillinan
Jeffrey Quillinan

It is not only offensive to Native Americans, it is offensive to any sane rational person regardless of race, culture, ethnicity or religious belief. As an Asatruar, I am very deeply offended and saddened by this terrible news. I never knew this type of thing went on with the wolves and I have been supporting Defenders of Wildlife for years. I am shocked and disgusted by these wolf killers and Facebook should take down their vile pages.

Lyndsay Norton
Lyndsay Norton
  • Jeffrey Quillinan

Well said, Jeffrey (:

Caroline Halden
Caroline Halden
  • Jeffrey Quillinan

Totally agree , but are we as people challenging facebook enough ?

Brucie Ridgeback
Brucie Ridgeback
  • Jeffrey Quillinan

Are you sure it was them... A great deal of the Colville land is not actually owned by the tribes.. Although it is their goal to one day own all of it.......

Michael Girvin
Michael Girvin
  • Jeffrey Quillinan

Yes Caroline we are enough it is working

Kathy Quinn
Kathy Quinn
  • Jeffrey Quillinan

Misty Fay - could you please focus on the Wolf and not be so petty as to go after Jeffrey?!

Mo Pigeon
Mo Pigeon
  • Jeffrey Quillinan

Absolutely Jeffrey! I am Ojibwe/Celtic....this is deeply scarring and offensive to any living being with even a peck left of undulled conscience.

Rita Lovelace
Rita Lovelace
  • Jeffrey Quillinan

I watched the Inuit kill Muscox and Caraboo. When they killed these animals, they used every part of the body!

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