German peasants: a disgusting rabble

Serbian Animals Voice (SAV)

May 29, 2020, 5:50 p.m.

The basic intention of conventional German media is to sell us for stupid.

I quote from the local newspaper “Nordkurier”, which very shamefully describes the following incident:

“It was long unclear whether a wolf was actually responsible for the disappearance of an entire flock of sheep near Strasburg (northern Germany).

Now it is clear: yes, he was (!!!)

It was the wolf!

The crack incident near of …. could be clearly assigned to the wolf by genetic testing, the district spokesman said on Friday at the request of “Nordkurier” Newspaper.

Around 50 animals (!!!) died on the meadow in the middle of the month, including more than 30 lambs.

The wolf “used” dead animals again (!!).

“There have been several cases in Krackow (North Germany)  indicating that the wolf will reuse the dead animals or stillbirths,” said the spokesman.


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