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“Crying Wolf” Film Exposes Agenda 21

Written on Tuesday, March 20, 2012 by

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One of my Facebook friends, J.D. King, is a young independent film producer who directed and produced a film called “Crying Wolf: Exposing the Wolf Reintroduction to Yellowstone National Park”.

Wolves, which have never been endangered in any way, are being let loose into the Yellowstone area.  Private property is being destroyed; cattle and other wildlife are being killed and ranch owners aren’t allowed to do anything about it.

As J.D
. told me, “Our tax-dollars are being used to assist wolves in destroying our famous elk, deer, and moose herds along with the heritage and livelihoods of thousands of American ranchers, sportsmen, and businessmen– and nobody is saying anything about it!”

There are definite ties to Agenda 21 and the Wildlands Project, and locals who have lost their property say their hands are tied because humans are taking a back seat to the wolves.

“There are several important featurettes on the DVD, including more detailed information on the theft of the millions that were stolen, and how it was all swept under the rug by Obama’s appointed top guy over the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds,” J.d. told me.

“This is a very important piece of information that I have never heard reported anywhere else,” he added.

“Crying Wolf: Exposing the Wolf Reintroduction to Yellowstone National Park” recently won the “Best Creation” award at the 2012 San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival.

“We released Crying Wolf online on Sept.12, 2011 and in about 4 months the film was watched over 80,000 times, all word of mouth sharing–we didn’t spend anything on advertising.  The film is 100% independently produced. We have no ties to any group or organizations,” J.d. said.

“We have been in contact with numerous county commissioners from Montana, gubernatorial candidates, and Washington and Idaho State Representatives,” he added.  “The film was played for the Washington State Senate for their Committee on Natural Resources.”

For more information about how you and your family can see this amazing film, please visit their website: CryingWolfMovie.com. 

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