Shoot to kill: Ohio cops hunt escaped animals


In spite of the numerous warning signs, the consequences of human spite lingers on and the accumulative affect brings death to the lives of others long after the spiteful are dead.  Terry Thompson, 62, was found dead from a self-inflicted wound when authorities went to his farm on Tuesday in Zanesville, Ohio after reports of animals being sighted by nearby neighbors.  They found gates and animal pens open – dooming the very animals the owner claimed to love so much. 

The owner of the 73-acre preserve had been charged with animal cruelty 11 times since 2004, and had gotten out of federal prison last month after serving a year for possessing unregistered guns.

The sheriff’s office had received numerous complaints since 2004 about animals escaping onto neighbors’ property and the neighbors claimed that "nobody much cared for him."   Thus a shoot-to-kill hunt began in which 49 of the animals were tracked and killed, including 18 endangered Bengal tigers.

What is clear is, the mind as consciousness won.  Another human being gave into and became, defeated to death in spite, revenge and hate.  So much so that even though he had cared for the animals for several years, he would rather die with an idea of revenge on his neighbors, than assuring the safety of the animals. 

The ‘energy’ of such acceptances are visible in those who arrived to catch and kill the animals and the animals are the same as us all -  trying to survive in a world where atrocity is increasing.

Who is responsible for this?  We all are.  We see what we’re accepting and allowing to exist as atrocity within our world, and yet we won’t stop it.   We as humanity exist in fear.  We fear for our survival and as such we exist inspite of the dishonesties we recognize within ourselves. 

We require a solution – to stop our fear of survival – that solution is Equal Money.  With an Equal Money System, all Life will we provided for and protected.   Abuse will stop.




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