Maybe you caught the Nature program on PBS (that’s Public BS) about Yellowstone, and of course the endangered wolves and grizzly bears. It began by showing the great job they had done “balancing” nature in the park, and moved on to need for the heroes to go home to visit the kinfolk.
That’s when it hit me. The reason the Clintons forced the huge Siberian-Gray wolf on us is that it would help them take control a huge area they call the Yellowstone-to-Yukon Corridor. Please look up Y-to-Y on your truth device, and you will see a nearly 400 mile wide swath including nearly all of Idaho from Boise to the north, into Montana clear past Glacier Park, and all the way to the Yukon. Now that is a trail! Wildlife that survived could roam freely therein, but there would be restrictions on the humans.
It has been tried before, with the Wildlands treaty, and Ice Bump, and sanctuaries, parks, and monuments that are usually paid for by big foundations, all the way back to Defenders of Wildlife, which started in 1947 with a wolf on the logo.
A little effort and more information should help prolong our freedom to use our land and its’ resources, since Spokane is on the edge of this “Corridor,” and Colville is inside it. Think of it, a fenced community where the animals have more freedom than the people.
Try not to think of a prison camp.