May 06, 2019

EU gives squatters' rights to wild raccoon infestation

David MenziesMission Specialist

Zookeepers at the Heidelberg Zoo in Germany discovered a new wild raccoon has found his way into their collection, but it turns out that the European Union has preemptively drawn up a set of rules that specifically protect the interloper from being removed.

The zookeepers surely know how to dispose of this one wild raccoon out of the group of seven already living in an enclosure. But, Fred the New Raccoon is protected under an EU law which grants special refugee status.

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commented 2019-05-07 00:06:10 -0400
Bruce Atchison 4 hr ago……Worse yet, the leaders of the EU are brain dead when it comes to common sense.
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Correct Bruce, plus the EU Leaders are not elected, “some democracy.”

In 2 weeks the EU will hold their Parliamentary Elections. According to polls 22 of 27 Member Countries have a strong or at least serious Right Wing element. If this holds true , Globalism will be seriously wounded and people like Macron and Merkel will lose their importance in EU Politics. I’m hoping this situation will occur and transfer over to Canada, therefore helping to oust the Globalist Trudeau in October.
commented 2019-05-06 20:15:23 -0400
An illegal is an illegal. Fred the raccoon needs to be deported.

Glenn Craig that is hilarious. My parents used to raise minks after the war, but not in P.E.I. though.
commented 2019-05-06 20:02:32 -0400
Oh…I forgot to mention minks.
commented 2019-05-06 20:00:56 -0400
Just BTW…here in PEI there is an abundance of skunks, racoons, and foxes of every colour….when the bottom fell out of fur ranching one rancher got drunk and turned his stock loose.
commented 2019-05-06 19:53:57 -0400
Too bad sterilization doesn’t apply to the two-legged invaders, too.
commented 2019-05-06 19:46:26 -0400
Just as a point of interest, racoons are not indiginous to Europe …and how they got there is an interesting story.

Hermann Goering went to the USA to negotiate a deal to have the Hindenburg emptied of hydrogen and refilled with helium…we know how that went…

But while he was there he aquired some raccoons from a fur ranch (because he thought that racoon collars would be really fashion sheik on luftwaffe leather flying jackets)….but the little beasties just wouldn’t breed in captivity for him.

As things were going down the tubes in Holland Goering told his aide to take them outside and shoot them…the aide didn’t have the heart to kill them and just turned them loose in nearby woods and so the Lowlands Leibenstraum began.

The feral invasive species has been tollerated (and protected) ever since.

Fred just wanted to spend some time with fellow political prisoners….;-)
commented 2019-05-06 19:43:43 -0400
.22’s work well on those destructive bandits (a rabies vector species) and other invasive varmints as well, sub-sonic rounds for urban/suburban areas.
I’ve seen tourists hand-feeding these dirty pests in Vancouver!
I’ve seen tourists get bit by these diseased varmints…back when you used to have to get those rabies shots in the guts!
They may not be classed as Vermin, but they act as destructive vermin around a farm, ranch or other rural/bush settlement…so it’s open season on them, there.
There are no racoons here in the west/central Chilcotin – it’s too harsh for them – the exploding wolf population doesn’t just eat all the Caribou…
commented 2019-05-06 19:30:29 -0400
It wouldn’t surprise me if white Europeans would soon receive forced sterilization. After all, there’s that white guilt card the folks with darker skin keep playing. Worse yet, the leaders of the EU are brain dead when it comes to common sense.

David Menzies should do a show entirely devoted to insane EU regulations. I also suppose somebody could write an entire book just on that subject alone.
commented 2019-05-06 18:50:11 -0400
The interloper is clearly antifa, it is masked to hide ID.