Subsidizing Ants

The Durk Pearson & Sandy Shaw®
Life Extension NewsTM
Volume 8 No. 2 • April 2005


Subsidizing Ants

“‘Official: Killing Ants is Punishable by Law’ by Allan Hall, The Scotsman, July 30, 2003, reports that German gardeners face heavy fines if they destroy an ant hill. They must instead apply for a permit to have the ants carefully moved to local woods. Germany has appointed 85 ant-protection officers to enforce this law.” It doesn’t seem so unlikely that about 70 years ago, Germany developed National Socialism, the killer Nazi state, when you consider what sort of willingness to do what you’re told you’d have to have to actually propose such a law, let alone obey it. (Then there is the German law that requires names for new babies to conform to a government-approved list of names …) Gene pools make a difference. Lots of people who didn’t like being pushed around came here to America and then later moved west. They and their like-minded progeny are all that stand between us and a society where you can be commandeered to perform community service for ants. [Quote from Access to Energy (by Dr. Arthur B. Robinson, President and Research Professor, Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine), Box 1250, Cave Junction, OR 97523.]

FREE Subscription

  • You're just getting started! We have published thousands of scientific health articles. Stay updated and maintain your health.

    It's free to your e-mail inbox and you can unsubscribe at any time.
    Loading Indicator