Why Do Nonhunters Live Longer
Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2009 at 12:08 PM
causes of hunter deaths
WHY DO NONHUNTERS LIVE LONGER THAN HUNTERS?
[i]the US has its lowest percentage ever of hunters and laws around the world
are limiting the stalking of animals in the woods...[/i]
1 Some hunters kill themselves tripping over fences, logs,
creek stones, logger truck ruts etc.
2 Some fall out of their tree stands.
3 One was killed by his dog's stepping on the trigger
4 Some are shot by other hunters accidentally, during
the drunken brawls that sometimes accompany groups of
men cavorting in the woods or by hunters with declining
vision or neophytes.
5. Some freeze to death or drown, are hit by lightning.
6. Some are killed by animals fighting for their lives
against those trying to kill them.
1 Some are murdered.. and the death is termed 'accidental'
(e.g. William Sullivan, number 3 man at the FBI, shot
in front of his house by a NJ state trooper)
1 Some die of food poisoning from venison, murdered rabbit flesh
2 Some die of mad deer, mad elk or mad bird disease
3 Some die of environmental toxins concentrated in the flesh
of animals who are at the top of the land food chain.
Polychlorinated biphenols dumped by GE, mercury from
the TVA, First Energy, and other coal users, arsenic, chromium,
and tens of thousands of other toxins concentrate in animal
4 Nonhunters have fewer heart attacks.. are more able
to absorb stress. Hunters dragging the cadavers of murdered
animals through the woods frequently have heart attacks
which are not listed as hunter fatalities.
It is God's law that violence returns to the violent and to
their political pawns. God's mercy overrides law at times.
What troubles many is the seeming innocent victims
of hunters. Besides the animals are the children at play
in backyards.. killed by stray shots or arrows.