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Letter — Man here to subdue nature

There are “bears” and then there are “corrupt bears.” Look at what they do and find out which is which.

Preventing bear corruption is known, but is academic in so far as those bears already caught. In the nonsense of so called protector/protest, there never appears a reality that should be common sense. Twenty-two thousand black bears in California are not an endangered species! But one human child is! If the protesters could, with their wild emotions, focus on the implications of their “insubstantial pageant,” they could agree that the bear corruption falls, like rain, on us all. This is what is most peculiar in them. Although nature itself is based on balance, on compensation, on survival, they cannot do any reasonable adjunct to it and protect themselves and all of us as human beings in the menagerie of life. And, by the way, Genesis presents nature for man’s dominion, and to SET ITAL subdue END ITAL it, not the other way around.

June Hoffman

South Lake Tahoe.

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