As FuckForForest are NOT totally into social media as it most likely are part of the big brain washing program.
I would recommend every one to dropp the phone and move to the country side as soon as possible. Start educate yourself how to be self sustainable. Yes it is not that easy and yes it some work. But so is having a normal jobb and earning money so that you can buy your food.
But you no longer have to be part of a self destructive society. Only support what is good for this planet.
I have been told all my life that every thing can be used for good or bad. We will see how we can use this form of media for some thing good or at leased not bad.
FuckForForest will post news when photos and videos get uploaded. Teasers from when we meet new people making some new sexy photos. We will also make small inteam erotic shows. (mainly Twitter, Tumbler and Instagram as they are a bit more liberal when it comes to nudity and sexuality)
The U.S.–Mexico border traverses deserts and forests, mountains and canyons, rivers and floodplains, and coastal beaches and waters. This terrain is the home of thousands of species; as a matter of fact, the border region is one of the most biodiverse places in North America.
We’ve witnessed the adverse effects on wildlife from the barriers already in place along several hundred miles of the 2,000-mile-long border. If the wall of Trump’s paranoid imagination comes to pass — impregnable, high and unbroken — many more species will be affected, including the ones listed below.
1. Cactus Ferruginous Pygmy Owl
Photo of cactus ferruginous pygmy owl by Robin Silver.
The tiny cactus ferruginous pygmy owl can fit in your hand, but that doesn’t stop it from being a ferocious predator of small rodents, lizards, frogs, insects, earthworms and even other birds. It lives in saguaro and organ pipe cacti and ironwood, mesquite and acacia trees, and is at risk of extinction in both the United States and Mexico.
Low-flying pygmy owls hew close to the Earth; their flights, on average, are only about 4.5 feet above the ground. Biologists have determined that if a wall as high as the one Trump is selling us is built — 50 feet tall — these birds will find their paths impeded, encountering another barrier to their recovery in Arizona and Mexico.
We tend to imagine jaguars in a tropical habitat of rainforest, but they roamed the deserts, mountains and grasslands of the Southwest for thousands of years until they were hunted almost to extinction in the United States in the 20th century. But now they’re slowly returning from Mexico. In the past few years, two new jaguars have been spotted via remote cameras in the Santa Rita and Huachuca mountains.
More jaguars will certainly make the trek across the border to reclaim their historic territory in Arizona — as long as their migration is not impeded by an impenetrable wall.
Photo of ocelot by wcdumonts/Flickr.
Its spotted coat and striking face make the ocelot one of the prettiest kitties in the world. But beauty unfortunately contributed to the decline of this mid-sized cat, which was rapaciously hunted for its pelts until it was protected in the 1980s. Now ocelots face threats from habitat degradation, poaching and other forms of human interference. They once lived in Texas, Arizona, Louisiana, and Arkansas, but only about 30 individuals now survive in the country, although they are still widely distributed across south and central Mexico.
Ocelots, which require about seven miles of dense, thorny vegetation for hunting, have been threatened by the existing border construction, and Trump’s wall would be yet another factor pushing them across the threshold of U.S. extinction.
4. Peninsular Desert Bighorn Sheep
Photo of desert bighorn sheep by chriswegg/Flickr.
Peninsular desert bighorn sheep live on dry, rocky, low-elevation desert slopes, canyons and washes, from Palm Springs, California south into Baja California, Mexico. They migrate through their range, returning to the same lambing areas annually.
Desert bighorn sheep are uniquely adapted to their dry, hot habitat. They get water from cacti, splitting open spiny barrel cactus with their horns to feast on the watery insides. But due to sprawl and agribusiness, both sheep and succulent are increasingly rare.
In 2000 the species was protected under the Endangered Species Act. These protections have allowed them to double their numbers, but with fewer than 1,000 individuals alive at last count, their hold on existence remains fragile. Research shows that an impermeable border wall would isolate sheep populations, potentially reducing their genetic diversity.
Photo of javelina by Larry Lamsa/Flickr.
Bristly, dainty-hooved javelinas look a lot like wild pigs but are actually peccaries, a distinct species. Peccaries have more streamlined bodies and smaller ears than pigs — and no tail. But what they lack in these appendages, they more than make up for with their self-sharpening tusks (?!) and wallop-packing scent glands.
Javis, as they’re known to local people, are seen walking the border fence seeking an opening to continue on their route. Trump’s uninterrupted wall would stop them dead in their tracks. This would be a problem not just for javis, but for the ecosystem in which they play a key role.
To survive in the desert, you must be tough or ingenious or both. Javis are tough as nails, eating prickly pears and other cactus, thorns and all. They have a symbiotic relationship with prickly pears, whose fruit they eat and whose seeds are then deposited in scat in locations distant from the parent plant. In this way, javis assist in cactus migration.
Largely herbivorous, javis also eat saguaro fruit, mesquite beans and palo verde pods, assisting in the dispersal of these plants as well. If the migration of javis is prevented by the border wall, the migration of desert plants such as prickly pear will be affected too — and the many species that depend on prickly pears for their survival.
Borderlands wildlife are interconnected to each other and the landscape in ways that are often not apparent to us until we disturb or destroy ecosystems. And as a meeting place between north and south — where the northernmost ranges of some subtropical species and the southernmost ranges of some North American species overlap — the borderlands are exceptionally complex and shifting. Climate change is prompting many southern species to seek new northern horizons in response to changing ecosystems.
Placing a futile, grotesquely expensive wall in the midst of this web of life is a symptom of the shortsightedness and human hubris that’s doomed so many plants and animals already. Let’s not let it happen again, here and now, at the border.
I guess this is a small introduction to this new blog on FuckForForest. That will be dedicated to signs and news clips about how we are moving towards the end of human excistens and maybe planet earth as we know it.
Mostly news clips that are floating around on the net. Signs that show us that we are close to the end. If you have watched something that need to get high lighted pleas post it in the comment under.
If you like to have a simple life with no worries about how the future looks like, I do recommend you not to read any more of this blogs posted.
I do not know where to start this journey.
If it make you feel a bit better, we are not a doomed day sect or any thing. Just a regular human slightly pissed at how the development went. We could have been part of something beautiful. I guess destroying the planet and watch it burn and every one included is kind of cool as well, if you are into goore and stuff.
Get ready, it is going down and there is no way we can stop it.
Do not be afraid, you would have died in any way. We where all born to die.
Humans devolved from kind of ok nature honoring creature to a totall fuck up.
Yes for sure nature have always been kind of crawl. Try to tell the wolf or a tiger to become vegetarian. It is not going to be that easy.
Some people say that before everything went wrong all animals was vegetarians. I guess I do not totally buy that story. But I do not think humans always was this crawl and stupid as today.
Where did things go wrong in human evolution ?
Now we are living in time-era where you have to treat grown up humans as if they are still going trough puppetry. The Ego is praised and feeded constantly.
This is todays question to you guys.
Where did humanity take the turn away from honoring nature and praising balance and honer was something people died for ?
"Marco Lambertini, director general of WWF, said: “The richness and diversity of life on Earth is fundamental to the complex life systems that underpin it. Life supports life itself and we are part of the same equation. Lose biodiversity and the natural world and the life support systems, as we know them today, will collapse.”
The biggest cause of tumbling animal numbers is the destruction of wild areas for farming and logging: the majority of the Earth’s land area has now been impacted by humans, with just 15% protected for nature. Poaching and exploitation for food is another major factor, due to unsustainable fishing and hunting: more than 300 mammal species are being eaten into extinction, according to recent research.
Welcome to our Doomsday reports. We all know that we are every day one day closer to human extinction.
The human race have been working on this for years and now we reached the point where there is no turning back. First all the animals and the plants will be disappearing. The earth will become unlivable for even the human race.
We will post updates about how the human race turns this beautiful planet into dead rock. As well about humans stupidity.
We are of course talking about this physical reality we are surrounded by. In a spiritual sens there is still a lot of things to fight for. That is also way this webpages still exist. There might snick in some positive news in between if there where any.