World Wildlife Fund's Latest Lie

wkeith999@yahoo.com

20 April 2012

On the WWF site:

"Tracking Polar Bears in the Arctic

"Of the 20,000 to 25,000 polar bears left in nature, only a handful are tracked by scientists via satellite radio collar. Finding a collared bear in the wild is a rare and random occurrence. So when WWF's Elissa Poma came across one on an uninhabited island in the high Arctic of Svalbard, Norway, it was special. Read about this polar bear encounter and find out how WWF tracks this threatened species in the Arctic."

...Of the 20,000 to 25,000 polar bears left in nature...

BZZZTT! Lie! "Threatened species," NOT. This is a common trick by the bear-kissers and the wider organization of Soros-funded Pomegranates (1). 'left in nature' would mean that there were once many more. That is a lie. The current polar bear population is 20,000 to 25,000. On Polar bears International,(another Lefty tax-free group), their mouthpiece tries to despell the simple truth that there are now more polar bears than at any previous time in written history.

Dr. Steven C. Amstrup, Chief Scientist & Vice President, Conservation Science, tries to dispell this truth with this associated weasel-worded entry:

"Q: Why all the fuss about polar bears? Aren't their populations increasing: in fact, booming?

A: One of the most frequent myths we hear about polar bears is that their numbers are increasing and have, in fact, more than doubled over the past thirty years. Tales about how many polar bears there used to be (with claims as low as 5,000 in the 1960s) are undocumented, but cited over and over again. Yet no one I know [LOL!]can come up with a legitimate source for these numbers. One Russian extrapolation presented in 1956 suggested a number of 5,000 to 8,000, but that figure was never accepted by scientists. The fact is that in the 1960s we had no idea how many polar bears there were. Even now, about half of our population estimates are only educated guesses. Back then, the best we had over most of the polar bearís range were uneducated guesses. Polar bear science has come a long way since then. Of the 20,000 to 25,000 polar bears left in nature [repeat lie again to see if it sticks], only a handful are tracked by scientists via satellite radio collar. Finding a collared bear in the wild is a rare and random occurrence. So when WWF's Elissa Poma came across one on an uninhabited island in the high Arctic of Svalbard, Norway, it was special. Read about this polar bear encounter and find out how WWF tracks this threatened species in the Arctic."

The arrogance and dishonesty is breath-taking. 'WE are the experts, the scientists. We are telling you that polar bears are endangered! You will believe us!'

Apparently, polar bears are unaffected by "global warming!"

(1)Pomegranates.

"Only female polar bears can be radio collared; males have wider necks than heads and the collar would slip right off. © David Jenkins/trackerbaz.com/WWF-Canada" -- Pure sexism to boot!