Holy Thursday massacre

I know this is 2 months old, but I just found out about it, so I'm sure others haven't heard about it either.

New England Reptile coverage (censored),

USARK FL coverage (uncensored),

Bill McAdam interview,

FWC statement,
https://myfwc.com/news/all-news/snake-423/

tl;dw
>Florida bans owning pythons
>Breeders that own pythons have to sell their snakes out of state by a certain date
>Guy manages to sell most of his pythons out of state before deadline with the exception of 34
>Calls FWC to ask what to do with them
>They send a hit squad to his facility without consulting him and tell him if he doesn't comply with them killing all his pythons then he'll be placed under arrest
>Dude raised them by hand so doesn't want to be in the room as they do it
>Tells them 10 times not to kill a pregnant boa that's housed nearby and marks the tank with a tag to make sure they know
>They kill the pregnant boa even after looking right at the tag saying it's a boa right before doing it
>They did all this with a fricking nailgun

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't understand. What does this even achieve? What did they get out of this?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cops being on a fricking power trip. As always. I guess at least the victims were animals and not innocent people this time. Still inexcusable.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        That makes it worse, not better.

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    example 43 million of why all conservation and environmental protection should be left to private hands.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sadly, they're not any better. I've both worked with government organizations and worked for private environmental organizations. The only solution is to get rid of at least 85% of the "human" species. Not only are they overpopulated to the point that recovery of the biosphere is literally impossible just due to the level of consumption, but modern """humans""" are so evil and moronic that they will actively stand in the way of anything good. OP being a case in point. Unfortunately - and I'm going to tell you something all of us dark greens already know - the only way to preserve the environment is to find a piece of land, and, as an individual, defend it to the death from humans. This will not solve the problem because there aren't enough of us, but it will slow some of the damage.

      [...]
      People are too stupid to get this, anon.
      The strategy if regulatory capture, sabotage, and ultimately removal is effective because people are fricking stupid, and if you sabotage something then say it never worked in the first place dumbasses will believe you.

      I think everyone gets this. There is also a phenomenon in environmental NGO called corporate capture, where big moneyed interests just engage in a hostile takeover of your organization via bribery to subvert its original purpose and make sure you CAN'T protect the environment. Nearly every single "environmental" NGO has already experienced corporate capture, and the government agencies have ALWAYS belonged to lobbyists - particularly hunters and farmers.

      This is the Age of the Serpent. The only solution is to start killing demons. They are the enemies of all life and their policies always reflect this.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        based eco warrior
        The Georgia Guidstones were the keys to a perfect future for all mankind. That's why the ruling class had them destroyed.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          https://i.imgur.com/Z9Xxtzr.jpg

          how do can we be land defenders if they go for the sea? Got us there tbh.

          All we can do is what we can do in the domains we guard. But there is one thing that has outsized power that we can all do and that is propaganda. ALWAYS expose the lies of the children of the destroyer. Work to destroy human governments, kill the rich, eat their children, if anyone hurts an endangered species or tortures an animal within your vicinity, KILL THEM. This is an overt war. They declared it centuries ago when the npcs took over at the fall of the Roman Empire. They want to grind up every cell of life on Earth to turn it into cash for rich brainlets to purchase child slaves and cocaine. Fricking kill them.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            And most importantly DO NOT allow these wienersuckers to spread their lies without pushback. The greatest tool the rich childfrickers have is to pretend they didn't mean what they said or that their actions had unintended consequences. Plausible Deniability preys on the honesty of the average person. DO NOT ALLOW THIS. ALWAYS accuse anyone in power of INTENTIONAL and malicious wrongdoing and when anyone says they're just incompetent punch them in the fricking head and tell them to shut the frick up.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            And most importantly DO NOT allow these wienersuckers to spread their lies without pushback. The greatest tool the rich childfrickers have is to pretend they didn't mean what they said or that their actions had unintended consequences. Plausible Deniability preys on the honesty of the average person. DO NOT ALLOW THIS. ALWAYS accuse anyone in power of INTENTIONAL and malicious wrongdoing and when anyone says they're just incompetent punch them in the fricking head and tell them to shut the frick up.

            May you never take your meds schizobro. Those who believe everything stand for nothing.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        how do can we be land defenders if they go for the sea? Got us there tbh.

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's already being memoryholled, sadly.

    At least those snakes aren't living in drawers anymore. Unless God keeps them in drawers too.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Human puts animals in a habitat it does not belong
    >this causes issues
    >Human kills all animals
    >the root of the problem is never adressed
    >this will continue to happen

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pretty gay; he should have released all of his snakes in the Everglades while claiming to have sold or destroyed them.

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Total pig death
    ACAB

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't really have any sympathy for pythons or python owners after learning about how the Everglades is depopulated of small and medium mammals thanks to released invasive pythons. So much damage done by idiotic people.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      There are two issues here. Herp """people""" are fricking demons and need eradicated. But government """environmental""" organizations are also pure evil and need destroyed.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Your anger doesn't produce solutions either, so add yourself to that list.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >released invasive pythons
      if you call a breeding facility being torn open by a storm released by people, you might be moronic, the only person who could be responsible for releasing them is god

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Whose demand did the breeding facility supply

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Pythons shouldn't have been there in the first place, simple as.

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >have pet snake
    >snake species becomes invasive and is banned
    >you need to get rid of your personal pet despite having zero intention of ever releasing it
    Same thing happened to that one kid who had a giant snakehead, except I think he got an exemption because he had it for several years before the ban.

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I had heard of a boa being killed but I didn't knew the situation was this fricking awful or that It was pregnant, shit's rotten beyond the bone, those poor pets... Why does Florida hate reptile owners this much?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Irresponsible owners have contributed to the massive amount of invasive reptile species living in Florida.
      Basilisks, Iguana, Boas, Pythons, Chameleons, Tegu, Tokay Gecko, Nile Monitors and like a shit load of other pets have taken over places like the Everglades and are breeding

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        I see, It reminds me of Floridians stealing eggs from croc/alligator nests and getting rid of their reptile once It was too big for them to take a care of, effectively wildly abandonning crocodiles or alligators in the worst places... That being said, It's heartbreaking to hear about that pregnant boa's fate and the one of the other domesticated snakes being culled that way by non-experts of all things

  10. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Weirdo had 100+ snakes in tiny little pens and probably got a boner when feeding them.
    Snake people are weird and deserve to suffer.

  11. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    yeah i don't see the problem here. FL is a pretty dogshit government but it's good to see they're starting to take their natural fauna being decimated by invasive species seriously. all it takes is a few morons ruining it for everyone

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Destroy peoples lives for breeding and owning something that's legal because you're too moronic too implement a competent policy change
      That's the problem you fricking moron. Something wrong can be done for the right reasons. You can ban python ownership without confusing the frick out of python breeders with your poorly worded and poorly planned dogshit, deceiving them, then rolling into their property and mass executing their pets on their floor under threat of arrest if they don't comply, while also killing the wrong fricking ones.
      Cats decimate natural fauna as well. How would you feel if your state government passed a vague ass law about cat ownership, gave conflicting statements, then one day shows up to drive a pike through your cats brain, but 'accidentally' piked your dog, too?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >kill domestic animals without owners' permission
      >do nothing to actually cull the invasives or stop the en masse death of native fauna like manatees
      yeah they're really doing a fantastic job

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Florida is lost. These frickers took there ever sweet time to deal with invasive animals. They should just get it over with and turn the everglades into parking lot like some businessmen probably dream. Florida is natural wonder and it was pissed away.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      You are a moron dog from hell and I hope you have to bleed out with a needle shoved through your urethra

  12. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    its whacking day

  13. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    So, you are right, city, state, federal agencies more or less attack (and destroy) individuals on a whim, in the blink of an eye, we as a collective of individuals are being assaulted on an existential level.

    But the answer you're coming up with is that they shouldn't exist, that they should have no legitimacy.

    Except they already don't have legitimacy. They do not exist as they were meant to.

    What you actually need is a paradigm shift, a course reversal.

    Because a myriad of corporate, industrial, financial forces, whatever example you want to name, something bigger is consolidating it's influence (tyranny) on us, collectively, as a society of individuals.

    And we need to combat that non-governmental bureaucracy is a bureaucracy that represents the masses and acts in it's interest and defense so that it may be sovereign from something bigger and with more money, more lawyers, more lobbyists, more control, more power.

    And traditionally, that has been a state agency.

    When it actually does it's job, mind you.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/Y87YJ9Y.jpg

      So,
      I'm seeing that a lot of you here are falling for a trap, and I'd like to adress it.

      I'll start with Mercedes-Benz.

      In the 80s, people really wanted euro-spec mercs with cloth seats, automatic transmissions, or maybe they wanted something tuned by AMG or Brabus, in europe, for europe, something that was sold in europe but not here. So they were being imported, by invididuals, they perhaps had car list mags mailed to them in america, made the international call, had everything arranged, picked it up at the harbor.

      This practice meant that Mercedes was losing sales.

      So they lobbied and got a law, regulation passed by NHTSA stipulating that no car, newer than 25 years old, imported from overseas, in this way, could be road legal and in fact, a lot of the time, could be confiscated and destroyed.

      The NHTSA exists, much like any state agency, to render a bureaucracy that is neccessary to protect the individual on a collective level.

      Except that's not the actual reality anymore. Because that bureacracy was meant to protect us, collectively, from something bigger and what happens now is some big entity can not only pay it's way out of attention, but can lobby that bureaucracy into not applying to them and, in fact, weaponize that bureaucracy against individuals, groups of them even, and in fact whenever that bureaucracy does need to demonstrate some legitimacy then if they're not being pursuaded to do it with money or favor, since they cannot go after something bigger, they manifest their right-by-might on individuals.

      Meanwhile shit like East Palestine happens. And whenever that happens and it can be twisted into a reaction that is supposedly universal, it only affects individuals. Because Something Bigger has the money, the lobbying, the favor to have it not apply to them.

      no, bureaucrats get the rope, its literally the reason why america had a revolution

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        The King's bureaucrats.

        The King's bureaucrats who in fact imposed not just his will, but the will of his subjects who represented his majesty's trade and finance.

        And it always took the form of a Monopoly.

        A Monopoly was in fact more or less even a recognized legal term. The King granted you sole rights to make and sell or otherwise offer the whole of a commercial good or service and noone else could. And you, as someone who needed it, wanted it, had no choice in either it's price or it's quality or it's value.

        That sounds a little similiar to today, don't it? How you don't own anything, it's all a recurring lease, a subscription, you can't make or get away with or fix anything, but some faceless corporate entity can, with all of it's consolidated marketshare, it's representation in the industry can damned well do as they please because "It's in the interest of the economy."? When all it's executives have to do is cry "think of the shareholders!"?

        The 12 or 20 largest shipping vessels in the world put out more pollution than all privately owned ICE'd road vehicles combined, but You are polluting the environment by not buying the new 2023 Hybrid SUV that took 6 or more trips around the world to end up fully assembled and on the dealer's floor. The one you could not possibly expect to keep running after the lease is up, let alone 10 years, 20, 30, 40.

        Monopoly, it's consolidation, and it's unchecked averice has bypassed and weaponized governmental bureaucracy in such a way that it's more or less like the King's.

        It got to this point because we allowed capitalism to contract the terrible disease of NeoLiberalism. Something that was already taking root and became cemented by nonsense like the Californian Theory.

        We thought that if we got rid of governmental bureaucracy, that a relaxing of tension on the individual would follow. That shit like what happened in the OP wouldn't.

        And Business just made it's own to enforce.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          I have a revolutionary idea: stop letting evil pedophiles with 85 IQs rule every human society. Everything else is irrelevant.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Too specific, nearsighted and dumb, no,

            Tear down the idea that lower and middle class people have so much more to lose then some fricking conglomerate and cartel, and that noone can protect them.

            Turn it back around to where you hear about some tech company or hedgefund group getting raided by Police teams instead of some poor frick with a couple of plants. Or snakes.

            Demand that things get put back to when the idea some company owned half of the shit you consume was too insane to imagine.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              >NO YOU CAN'T STOP IT!!
              CAN and fricking WILL.

              • 10 months ago
                Anonymous

                ...

                THAT ENTIRE FRICKING POST WAS ABOUT HOW YOU -CAN- STOP THIS GOD DAMN SHIT

                HOW IS IT THAT YOU COULDN'T SEE THIS PAST ALL THE FRICKING BUZZWORDS IN YOUR HEAD???

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          The text pic in your post must have been written by some 50IQ neanderthal. Where in the world did they have monopoly lace and vinegar? Let alone monopoly lobster? Who in their right mind even ate fricking lobster in the 17th century? Most commonly used stuff was made locally, by small businesses or farmers. My own family had a farm and made some linen to sell on the side. Most people did where I am from up until 1950 ish when glorious us and a brought us proper capitalism and supermarkets.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            lobster was prison food actually, where it was actually terrible. leave it to the british to not understand how to cook food, just look at jellied eels

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Lel America had a revolution because a bunch of rich whiny farmers didn't want the pay the price of Britain defending them against the French 10 in the 7 Years War

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/Y87YJ9Y.jpg

      So,
      I'm seeing that a lot of you here are falling for a trap, and I'd like to adress it.

      I'll start with Mercedes-Benz.

      In the 80s, people really wanted euro-spec mercs with cloth seats, automatic transmissions, or maybe they wanted something tuned by AMG or Brabus, in europe, for europe, something that was sold in europe but not here. So they were being imported, by invididuals, they perhaps had car list mags mailed to them in america, made the international call, had everything arranged, picked it up at the harbor.

      This practice meant that Mercedes was losing sales.

      So they lobbied and got a law, regulation passed by NHTSA stipulating that no car, newer than 25 years old, imported from overseas, in this way, could be road legal and in fact, a lot of the time, could be confiscated and destroyed.

      The NHTSA exists, much like any state agency, to render a bureaucracy that is neccessary to protect the individual on a collective level.

      Except that's not the actual reality anymore. Because that bureacracy was meant to protect us, collectively, from something bigger and what happens now is some big entity can not only pay it's way out of attention, but can lobby that bureaucracy into not applying to them and, in fact, weaponize that bureaucracy against individuals, groups of them even, and in fact whenever that bureaucracy does need to demonstrate some legitimacy then if they're not being pursuaded to do it with money or favor, since they cannot go after something bigger, they manifest their right-by-might on individuals.

      Meanwhile shit like East Palestine happens. And whenever that happens and it can be twisted into a reaction that is supposedly universal, it only affects individuals. Because Something Bigger has the money, the lobbying, the favor to have it not apply to them.

      People are too stupid to get this, anon.
      The strategy if regulatory capture, sabotage, and ultimately removal is effective because people are fricking stupid, and if you sabotage something then say it never worked in the first place dumbasses will believe you.

  14. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    So,
    I'm seeing that a lot of you here are falling for a trap, and I'd like to adress it.

    I'll start with Mercedes-Benz.

    In the 80s, people really wanted euro-spec mercs with cloth seats, automatic transmissions, or maybe they wanted something tuned by AMG or Brabus, in europe, for europe, something that was sold in europe but not here. So they were being imported, by invididuals, they perhaps had car list mags mailed to them in america, made the international call, had everything arranged, picked it up at the harbor.

    This practice meant that Mercedes was losing sales.

    So they lobbied and got a law, regulation passed by NHTSA stipulating that no car, newer than 25 years old, imported from overseas, in this way, could be road legal and in fact, a lot of the time, could be confiscated and destroyed.

    The NHTSA exists, much like any state agency, to render a bureaucracy that is neccessary to protect the individual on a collective level.

    Except that's not the actual reality anymore. Because that bureacracy was meant to protect us, collectively, from something bigger and what happens now is some big entity can not only pay it's way out of attention, but can lobby that bureaucracy into not applying to them and, in fact, weaponize that bureaucracy against individuals, groups of them even, and in fact whenever that bureaucracy does need to demonstrate some legitimacy then if they're not being pursuaded to do it with money or favor, since they cannot go after something bigger, they manifest their right-by-might on individuals.

    Meanwhile shit like East Palestine happens. And whenever that happens and it can be twisted into a reaction that is supposedly universal, it only affects individuals. Because Something Bigger has the money, the lobbying, the favor to have it not apply to them.

  15. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nothing will change because the public at large doesn't care about the million pity level brutality that subhumans enact on snakes and the people who do care don't have deep enough pockets to lobby enough to accomplish anything.
    I'm honestly surprised boas managed to avoid the first wave of bans. Maybe once their feral populations get too large to eradicate they'll be added to the banlist, to match the other animals on there.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      maybe that's because of all the snake owners that go million pity on puppies and kittens because they're edgelord gaytheists with demonic "morals"

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        This, snake owners are getting a taste of their own medicine.

  16. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    What type of boa?
    And the dude was a dumbass.
    There was a deadline, he ignored it.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      t. moron

      You don't drop your excess pythons off at the local pawn shop, dude needs time to relocate them. What was he supposed to do, release them?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      t. moron

      You don't drop your excess pythons off at the local pawn shop, dude needs time to relocate them. What was he supposed to do, release them?

      he contacted FWC for the necessary forms and what have you that he needed to fill out to get his shit fixed, FOR A YEAR, and they ignored him. then they "confiscated" his animals by "taking possession" of them but keeping them there, so even if he COULD rehome them he wasnt allowed to because they were now state property. THEN after several months of that bullshit they came to kill them, with guys who did not know how to operate the bolt pistol nor the other steps needed to to knock the animal out and then pith it so it didn't sit there conscious and dying for twenty minutes as it bled into its brain, and THEN didnt even kill the right fricking snake.
      Just fricking clownshit from start to finish, it's a miracle he didn't go full floridaman and do killdozer 2: electric booglaoo: elapid edition on their asses.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        I keep telling you people. The government is PURE SATANIC EVIL. EVERY SINGLE government organization supposedly tasked with protecting the environment or animals just spends 85% of their job doing bureaucratic bullshit and the other 15% murdering animals and fricking up nature.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Fine, what's your brilliant solution, cause unregulated shit Is how we get invasive species introduced.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            America must end. It's rotten from the ground up and the top down. And the human population needs to significantly decrease. All rich criminal families need to be eradicated, their bloodlines utterly extinguished. People don't seem to get it. The environmental movement has been around since the 30s at least and in that time everything has only gotten worse. It's a lost cause while evil still rules this planet. Evil is the enemy of life. You can't have evil leadership with good outcomes.

            Your anger doesn't produce solutions either, so add yourself to that list.

            It will. Anger is always the first step on the path to revolution.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              Good, now try one that doesn't make you sound deranged. Your " revolution" is nothing more than you shitposting on one of the slowest boards of Wauf, think about that.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                You keep thinking that, prostitute.

  17. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    basically you shouldnt ever trust the government to do anything correctly, theyre mostly filled with people who are unqualified, poorly trained, and have no motivation in their work, gone are the days when central government used to be the standard of high quality, now theyre just the lowest

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >central government used to be the standard of high quality
      pressing X

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        it was like 200 years ago, back when there were less standardizations and the only people who did was the government

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          gotcha now, thx

  18. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah that sounds about par for the course for state "environment" agencies. Never forget these entities exist to HURT NATURE AND KILL ANIMALS.

  19. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    yeah this was fricked up
    that boa was worth some serious fricking money and I still can't believe they pulled this
    I hope he and the owner get a huge settlement

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's Florida. Nothing happened to the pigs. This is what pig worship gets you. Pigs can come into your home and kill your pets and you don't get jack shit in return. Frick pigs.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        I don't like this pig slander. People should come up with a different association and leave the poor pigs alone.

  20. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    This is why you keep cottonmouths in with your pythons.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >fwc wagie looks into enclosure, sees very obvious viper
      >snake hooks viper
      >it's a cottonmouth so all it does is soijack at him while he puts it in a bucket
      >even if he somehow gets envenomated he just goes to the hospital and you get arrested for assault, you snake still gets murdered (probably both in that case), and you get stuck with a multiple-thousand dollar hospital bill and then additional thousands in damages because the guy hired a private injury lawyer and he's saying he cant frick his wife anymore because of PTSD or some madeup bullshit.
      Great plan. it's a fricking snake, and a common one, not a hand grenade. stick a fricking mamba in there with your python and the dude still has a good thirty minutes.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      I prefer the nuclear option

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        reminds me of burnt corn

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Won't they kill each other?

  21. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Law enforcement officers are uneducated and emotionally moronic. Add Florida into that mix and I'm surprised they remembered to tie their shoes that morning.

  22. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Whatever happened to this slogan?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah he should've shot them.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      In some states, you can get license plates with this graphic.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Helping the cop that shoots you dead to get a promotion instead of jailtime, how thoughtful.

  23. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's a real shame they basically robbed him of potential (near-guarnateed) profits. If you do that to disney, another entity that partially florida, by copying the ones and zeroes that are your physical property (bbbbut disnuh made em), they string you up and gut you alive (financially).

    Only his profits were from the real exchange of goods and disney (CA/FL) makes money from something that resembles mafia tactics.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Did the concept of Life enter your head, at any point while writing this?
      'Cause before you say a damn thing about me, I've hauled cows straight to the slaughterhouse, for money, I've hunted and ate rabbit for food, I've killed snakes for safety.

      I just wanna check if you know about life and death or if all you're seeing here is property.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >muh life and death
        Spiritual schizos swerve. Snakes are animate objects.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        They arguably saved a lot of mice and chicks by killing the snakes though.

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