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The Wolves of Paris & Drunks of Russia
French told not to fear wolves roaming Paris streets as 'they only eat four-legged animals'


The European grey wolf is making a comeback in France.

“The wolves are feared to be making the capital their new home now - where they are likely to prove a challenge for the urban fox who, as in the UK, have nestled in urban environments. Larger and fiercer than their canine cousins, it's feared the wolves will shun them out. The wolves' natural habitat is the French Alps and the Massif Central where they were hunted to near extinction in the 1930s. They were awarded special protection as an endangered species - meaning nothing can be done to curb their numbers to halt their spread.”

Jeremy, I love this—go Wolves!

They can read—correct?—how else did they know they could expect to collect benefits and threaten the foxes!

One can only hope that the wolves return to their venerable Parisian tradition of dragging Frenchmen out into the wintry night in times of famine and blight. In Baltimore foxes have been driven into my backyard by coyotes, one of which I am sure I saw a few years ago on a city street.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/french-told-not-fear-wolves-9638206

Russian Man's War Against His Drunk, Nasty Neighbors

Hatfield’s and McCoy’s…. Moscow style. See the videos.

https://themoscowtimes.com/news/a-russia-mans-war-against-his-drunk-nasty-neighbors-56845

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Sam J.January 20, 2017 6:03 PM UTC

"...paw prints big as my hand...". Yikes. Think how big they would have to be. All those fairy tales about the big bad wolf weren't for nothing. Grizzly Bears also freak me out. Even shooting them they would be tough to kill. I think if I went to grizzly bear country I would have to at least have some industrial strength tear gas spray.

If you put me in charge of wildlife I would wipe out the predators.
IshmaelJanuary 20, 2017 3:09 PM UTC

Sam, rode into the Yellowstone this summer with my old boss, fishing trip, 24 miles one way, thank god for whisky. Rollin, Rollin, Rollin, oh my cheeks are swollen Rawhide! Wolf tracks at Two Oceans Pass, paw prints big as my hand, mixed in with a lone grizz. 150, some bigger, so I hear, they are hard to weigh. Unless dead.
Sam J.January 19, 2017 7:08 PM UTC

"...Now we need to train them to tell who, and who not to eat! Do liberals and cucks smell the same?..."

HAHA. Neural implants. Blame it on the wolves.

Yeah sure...wolves don't eat people. Have you seen some of those wolves they released in Idaho? Some have been shot. They are huge. I think just one of these could easily take me down, fast. Look at these shot wolf pictures. Damn they're big.

http://www.scenicsports.com/Portals/0/Gallery/Album/9/Idaho%20Wolves%203%20.jpg

I had no idea they were that big until I saw the pictures. In documentarys they don't have then scaled to humans. I read an article by a hunter once that said he was out in the woods and had a funny feeling, turned around and there was one of these big ass wolves. He said he had the distinct feeling that it was stalking him. It ran off when he focused on it.
BaruchKJanuary 19, 2017 3:54 PM UTC

A friend who lived in San Francisco told me he wanted some sort of slow-moving nocturnal predators introduced to take care of the junkies and other bums. Like black bears or something, where you have to be sprawled out unconscious in a puddle of piss to get eaten.

But the French have those refugees who don't drink and can run fast, so, duh, wolves.
Jeremy BenthamJanuary 19, 2017 12:55 PM UTC

Remember James, those stories of wolves killing Frenchmen in the streets of Paris are just that, stories. The mantra of the Greens, the Leftist environmentalists, throughout the 1970's was that there was no written documentation whatsoever of a human ever being killed by a wolf. "Oral traditions" about the "wolf at the door" or throwing the baby out of the horse drawn sleigh to escape the Siberian wolf packs are just myths. Not to be believed, certainly not by enlightened, right-thinking people. Like the wolf watcher in the article said, the wolves just eat "four-legged animals", they don't go after "two-legged" game, humans. Until they do. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/ontario-man-killed-in-wolf-attack-coroner-s-jury-finds-1.690056 “Ontario man killed in wolf attack, coroner's jury finds-First documented case in North America of a healthy wolf killing a human in the wild.” But the incident in Canada back in 2007 is clearly an aberration. An isolated incident. The people in France have nothing to fear, from the four-legged wolves at least.
WellRead EdJanuary 18, 2017 11:09 PM UTC

Wolves in Paris? Hopefully, they'll develop a taste for Radical Muslims.
Eirik BloodaxeJanuary 18, 2017 10:45 PM UTC

My money is on the wolves. I hope these great and noble beasts like the taste of SJWs and other human wildlife in the modern zoo.
LazerJanuary 18, 2017 7:48 PM UTC

The wolves are just the first line of defense against the migrant dindu hordes.
IshmaelJanuary 18, 2017 6:38 PM UTC

Now we need to train them to tell who, and who not to eat! Do liberals and cucks smell the same?