17 Jan 2018

Enculer Les Mouches*

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In a remote part of Northern Scotland, the development of a shore-side world-class golf course that might provide a great deal of local employment is being blocked by “conservationists” fighting to preserve the supposed habitat of Fonseca’s Seed Fly, Botanophila fonsecai, a species, one of 110,000 in the world and one of more than 7000 in the UK, discovered in the 1960s, and differentiable only by a close examination of the insect’s genitalia under a microscope.

The developers have spent the last two years modifying their plans so as to minimize the golf course’s environmental impact in hope that the local Council in authority will be placated.

Today’s world is mad, and the insane environmentalist religion is one leading source of the madness.

The Verge.com


* French: “Bugger the flies.” — Reversal of the French saying “N’enculer pas les mouches,” a crude way of saying “Let us not split hairs.”

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Dick the Butcher

This pales in comparison to the Dems shutting down the Federal government (a bad thing?) affecting one or two hundred million American citizens over amnesty/extra-legal citizenship/the vote for 800,000 criminal aliens’ illegal kids. They need the votes.

Seattle Sam

So there are more than 110,000 fly species in the world. What is the importance of this one? And how many more species died out long before there were golf courses to threaten them? Assuming you could, what is the benefit of suddenly halting the attrition of species at some arbitrary point in the 20th century? It is the same question environmentalists never answer regarding climate change. Again, assuming you could, why is the earth optimized by stopping the climate from warming from where it was 80 years ago?
Why isn’t it possible that the earth is designed to have changing climate and species that become extinct? Earthquakes and volcanoes are terribly inconvenient to humans. Should we try to stop those as well? What would be the consequence of doing so?


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