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Good News: Census Cowboy’s wounded horse NuNu has improved ‘drastically’ and is expected to live

NuNu is an American Paint horse that made headlines last week after being forced to gallop for more than seven miles on a paved highway in Chicago, despite not being outfitted with proper shoes for pavement. NuNu was running down the Dan Ryan Expressway on Monday, where witnesses claim they saw the rider kick and whip the horse to make it continue to run despite being injured and suffering from exhaustion. The horse finally collapsed to the ground.

The horse’s rider, 33-year-old activist Adam Hollingsworth known as the “Dread Head Cowboy” and “Census Cowboy,” was arrested and charged with one count of aggravated animal cruelty, a class 4 felony. He was also charged with misdemeanors, including reckless conduct, disobeying a police officer, criminal trespass to state-supported property, obstruction of traffic, and operating a non-highway-vehicle on a highway.

Hollingsworth said that he rode the horse as a way to bring awareness to the #KidsLivesMatter movement, self-described as an initiative “that aims to raise awareness and motivate residents to fill out the census to help communities receive better funding.”

Initial reports stated that NuNu was in critical condition due to its injuries, and may even need to be euthanized.

There is good news that NuNu’s status has improved “drastically.”

“She’s rallied,” Ald. Ray Lopez (15th), advocate of humane animal care who works with Chicago’s Animal Care and Control Department, told the Chicago Sun-Times. He added the dehydrated horse was transferred to Forest View Farms in Tinley Park “to be cared for immediately by a vet specializing in equine care.”

“It’s now responding to IV fluids, and its condition has drastically improved since being transferred to the farm,” Lopez said.

“I’m told NuNu is now eating and has had healthy bowel movements and her saddle sores are being addressed,” Lopez said. “The horse’s teeth and hooves were in bad condition; the horse was fitted for horse shoes Friday for added support. It had none during its deadly concrete ride. And, of course, she will get her teeth cleaned.”

While the horse is recuperating better than anticipated, Lopez added that NuNu “should never be ridden again.”

On Thursday, Hollingsworth spoke to reporters after being bailed out of Cook County custody on $25,000 bond. When asked if he would attempt another dangerous publicity stunt with an animal, he responded, “Yes, I’d do it again.”

“I’ve been to jail. I’ve got a background. I’m not perfect. I would rather go to jail for something like (this). That is something worth going to jail for.” Hollingsworth said, according to the Chicago Tribune. “And I didn’t mean no harm on my horse, at all. I’m a horse- (and) animal-loving person. My focus is Kids Lives Matter. And If a person can’t agree with that, I don’t know what to call you.”

Hollingsworth was selected by Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D) to promote participation in the 2020 census. “Chicago risks losing $1,400 per year for the next decade for each person missed during the census,” WTTW-TV reported.

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3 Tips: How To Start A Self-Sustaining Homestead

It is possible to be completely self-sustaining.  After all, our ancestors had this perfected over 100 years ago.  With all the tyranny in the world right now, being free and owning yourself is truly a revolutionary act.

If you’re looking for a homestead that provides the means or funds to feed your animals and your family and can take care of the running and maintenance costs and anything else that may come around too, you have a lot of decisions to make and work to do! But the freedom you will gain will be incredible!

Not depending on anyone but yourself is the best way to eliminate tyranny.  People all over the planet are awakening to the tyranny that’s been forced upon us, but one thing you can do is remove yourself from it. While creating a homestead may feel overwhelming at first, hopeful these five tips will help you at least get started!

  1. Don’t Waste Anything – most things, including the packaging, can be reused or composted. Thinking of ways to have little waste will also help your bottom line. Make “waste not, want not” your mantra. If you have more eggs than you can eat, try selling some or boiling them to feed to other animals.  Don’t just throw anything away.
  2. Turn What You Can Into An Income Stream – Be Survival explained this well using an example:

Let’s say a 50 lb bag of chicken feed in your area costs $14.

You raise 5 laying hens that eat a 50 lb bag of feed once a month and provide 2 dozen eggs every week. Your family eats all two dozen eggs every week. The cost of the feed is the price you have paid for having fresh eggs on demand, a $3.50 loss every week.

Now let’s say you make an investment into a flock of 20 laying hens that eat a 50 lb bag of feed per week and provide 8 dozen eggs every week. Your family eats two dozen eggs a week. You sell 6 dozen eggs per week for $3.00 per dozen, making you $18 per week in egg money. This covers the $14 cost of the 50 lb bag of feed plus $4 profit in your pocket.

In the future, you make a one-time investment in extra fencing and a little wood so your hens can now free range most of the day. This cuts your feed costs in half. Now you’re profiting an additional $7 every week, for a total $11 profit every week for something that used to cost you $3.50 every week. –Be Survival

3.  Grow Whatever You Can, Indoors and Outdoors – we don’t all live in a tropical paradise where fresh fruits and vegetables can be grown year-round.  But this shouldn’t stop you! I know plenty of people who use greenhouses to extend their growing season, save and preserve their crops for winter eating, and even have small indoor gardens during the winter months.

Preparedness: How To Begin “Square Foot” Gardening

You will need to figure out how you can grow fresh produce all the time. As mentioned above, nothing should be wasted.  If you have extra, consider bartering or selling what you cannot eat, store, or feed to animals.

Learn to save your seeds so you have a constant supply of seeds to plant at all times, meaning you will have food when you need it.

4 Reasons To Choose Heirloom Seeds For Your Garden



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More Possible Excuses For Tyranny: 6 New Coronaviruses Found In Bats

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Scientists have discovered 6 new coronaviruses in bats.  As we’ve seen, just one is enough to cause panic and tyranny, so now that we know of 6 more, governments won’t hesitate to use this as an excuse to further stamp out your human right to liberty should any of these transmit to humans.

The research, published in PLOS ONE, notes that the viruses were discovered between 2016 and 2018, but aren’t believed to be related to SARS-CoV-2, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) or Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), which all jumped from animals to humans.

While it’s always important to be aware of what kind of viruses are out there and cause illnesses, it’s also important to know that anytime something even remotely minor happens again, the elitists will try to use it as another excuse to put all people on house arrest through fear and propaganda.

“Viral pandemics remind us how closely human health is connected to the health of wildlife and the environment,” said the study’s lead author and former wildlife veterinarian with the Smithsonian’s Global Health Program, Marc Valitutto, in a statement. “Worldwide, humans are interacting with wildlife with increasing frequency, so the more we understand about these viruses in animals—what allows them to mutate and how they spread to other species––the better we can reduce their pandemic potential.”

According to a report by The New York Post, this study is important to understand transmission potential.  That is important, but we also need to change how we respond to pandemics for the future.  Killing people’s businesses and banning them from making money while removing what is left of their basic human rights is not a solution.  Hopefully, this will give all of humanity time to reevaluate just how disastrous the global lockdowns were and how little they accomplished for a pandemic that was made out to be far more severe than it actually was.

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“Many coronaviruses may not pose a risk to people, but when we identify these diseases early on in animals, at the source, we have a valuable opportunity to investigate the potential threat,” one of the study’s co-authors, Suzan Murray, added in the statement. “Vigilant surveillance, research and education are the best tools we have to prevent pandemics before they occur.

Additional studies will be needed to determine if these newly discovered coronaviruses have “the potential for transmission across species to better understand the risks to human health.”

We, agree.  And in the meantime, we should all be looking for solutions that are not worse than the problem.  The lockdowns were an experiment and one that has failed in every way.  There are ways to slow the spread of viruses that do not involve ruining people’s lives and impoverishing them to the point that they couldn’t pay for medical care if they do get sick.

The biggest problem is not a pandemic. As we have seen, the biggest problem is the solution governments and elitists come up with to handle them.

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Mountain lion mauls 6-year-old girl. Adult saves the day — by punching the deadly animal in the ribs.

A 6-year-old girl is still alive today likely thanks to an adult who stopped a 160-pound mountain lion from carrying out an attack on the child.

What are the details?

According to ABC News, the incident took place at the Rancho San Antonio County Park and Open Space Preserve in Cupertino, California, on Sunday morning.

The young girl, who was walking through the park with her parents and a group of other adults and children, encountered the mountain lion on a trail. The lion began mauling the child, but one of the adults intervened and began punching the lion in its ribs and stopped the attack.

Brad Pennington, Mid-Peninsula Regional Open Space District ranger, said that the large cat emerged from the bushes when it “grabbed a hold of the girl.”

The child came away from the attack with just minor injuries, Pennington said.

“A couple puncture wounds to her calf,” he said. “She was also treated for minor first aid and then her parents took her to the hospital.”

The outlet reports that the unnamed child is expected to make a full recovery.

The nature preserve has been closed until further notice while officials seek out the mountain lion in question.

Cpt. Todd Tognazzini with the Department of Fish and Wildlife said that the department is planning to capture the cat.

“We will immobilize the cat and put it in a large trap,” Tognazzini said, adding, that they would “take DNA samples from it so we can make sure we have the correct cat. I know that we wouldn’t leave the cat here.”

According to KNTV-TV, the rescuer was a friend of the child’s father. Local authorities ask the public to avoid the area in order to let officials work safely and without distraction or intervention.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has confirmed at least 17 mountain lion attacks on humans since 1986.