Spotted OWL – Endangered Sub–species
When an owl subspecies is being blended out of existence, that is considered to be a “nasty situation.” But when anyone shows concern for the future of the human subspecies known as WHITE people … they are attacked as racist Nazis, fired, or in Europe … even imprisoned.
Barred owls just want a better life. They eat the rodents that spotted owls won’t.
“Spotted owls should be saved?” (And) That’s HATE speech!
Spotted and barred owls share 99.9% of their genes.
There’s only one breed of owls… the owl breed.
All owls need to work together to end spotted owl “privilege“.
No one’s FORCING them to interbreed.
You can’t control who owls fall in love with.
It’s a forest of (owl) immigrants. “Diversity is strength”.
In America, all owls are created equal.
Their genes will still be there. What’s the problem?
The barred owls just need to assimilate. It’s about owl VALUES.
The spotted owl way of life deserves to die.
It’s just a demographic shift.
Spotted owls should just have more babies.
All owls came from a common ancestor.
You’re a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionbarredowls.
You just hate barred owls.
You’re being divisive. That only helps Putin.
You’re obsessed with purity.
We have an inevitable barred owl future.
If we don’t let in barred owls … the forest will not survive.
There are no borders in nature. All forests belong to all owls.
From the comments re: bottom photo
“Got to chuckle at these flatheads touring via White man roads/highways in their White man chariot fueled by White man fossil energy, wearing White man fabrics dyed with White man chemistry, vision corrected and portrait captured for posterity with White man optics, and conveyed with White man asynchronous telecommunications.
But feeling all superior because they can make a White man obscene gesture at a White man work-of-art from the White man tourist center paid for with White man tax dollars.”
They seem to forget White Man’s scientific, medical, engineering feats of the past, including many other notable achievements. As Fred Reed said,
“When you can do this, come back and talk to me“.