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Numbers, not percentages. The deputy minister is on a collision course with breeders

Liczby, nie procenty. Wiceminister na kursie kolizyjnym z hodowcami
  • Wolves are causing more and more damage to farm animals. Despite this, the Chief Conservator of Nature does not see the problem and, what is more, wants to blur it.
  • However, the play he directed during a meeting of the parliamentary committee on agriculture turned into a shoddy movie. Deputy Minister Dorożała seduces the elites, considering farmers unworthy of this name.
  • Not everyone was seduced by him, bringing him down to earth. It's a pity that the deputy minister did not live to see this moment, they leave the meeting room earlier.

Dorożała: The wolf is the farmer's ally. The Ministry of Environmental Protection does not agree to population regulation

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Dorożała: The wolf is the farmer's ally. The Ministry of Environmental Protection does not agree to population regulation

The Deputy Minister of Climate and Environment, who is also the Chief Conservator of Nature, came to the meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture with a well-thought-out plan. He pulled the wool over the eyes of farmers, MPs and MPs for a purpose he knew well. In the minister's opinion, the wolf is such a nice animal, like from the fairy tale "The Wolf and the Hare", which has hundreds of adventures and is ridiculed by the hare, always getting out of trouble. Nu pogodi – this one defends himself and so on, Maciej, the audience is on their feet, shedding tears of joy and waiting for the next performance.

This Maciej is not the stork from the popular phraseology, but the deputy minister himself, Maciej Dorożała. He quoted statistics about a defenseless wolf and how this animal gave up. – Wolf attacks on farm animals constitute 0.08% of cattle deaths, of course, these cases happen, but they are marginal, he said and ridiculed not only the problem, but, as it later turned out, himself.

The deputy minister deliberately inserted some "percentages" into the public debate because, according to him, it is important – as he himself emphasized – that all those who demand the regulation of the wolf population in Poland hear about them.

Agriculture Committee: the response to the desideratum regarding the wolf population is unsatisfactory

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Agriculture Committee: the response to the desideratum regarding the wolf population is unsatisfactory

Elitism of the Chief Conservator of Nature

Society, or rather those who have nothing to do with agriculture, will certainly take it to heart. After all, nothing captures the mass imagination better than some fractions that marginalize the problem and a hungry, poor Alsatian – a German Shepherd tied on a chain next to a kennel. How do we know this? This is not only bambinization, it is a life well known to those animal breeders from whom organizations calling themselves pro-animal took away their property.

Public attitudes towards the wolf are ambiguous – this is another discovery and manipulation by Deputy Minister Dorożała. People from big cities have a different opinion from those from small cities about the wolf… is this just a discovery for me? This is elitism. The author of these words believes that some individuals or groups are more valuable than others and therefore should occupy a privileged position in society. According to the minister, farmers are not such a group.

Switzerland has changed its approach to wolf protection. 38 pieces were shot

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Switzerland has changed its approach to wolf protection. 38 pieces were shot

This is not a fairy tale, these are balls

Those who defended farmers and those who deal with the problem on a daily basis, to whom wolves cause enormous damage, did not give up. The deputy minister of agriculture, who first listened to what Mr. Dorożała had to say, then launched the attack himself, although he was not as direct as some MPs and farmers themselves. Stefan Krajewski not only refuted what his government coalition partner said, but also pointed to the delayed payment of compensation to farmers and the lengthy and complicated administrative procedures supervised by Mr. Dorożała. The ministry wants to regulate the wolf population in Poland, which, as it turns out, is the largest in Europe.

However, Jacek Zarzecki, president of the Polish Association of Beef Cattle Breeders and Producers, was very direct. He also listened patiently to what the Deputy Minister of Climate and Environment said, and when he finally got the floor, he very quickly converted Deputy Minister Dorożała's "percentages" into specific numbers. “6-7 thousand cattle die annually in the teeth of wolves, which means that 300 farms disappear from the map of Poland every year.

It's a pity that the Chief Conservator of Nature, who left the room earlier, didn't hear it. We dedicate Jan Brzechwa's poem to him. “I will tell you in a few words what I think about this wolf. If he wasn't in the picture, he'd eat you, silly."

Welcome, below you can find "Ivan in Stocks", our subjective view of what happened during the meeting of the parliamentary committee mentioned in the above column. We selected several statements made by politicians, MPs and farmers during its deliberations and commented on them. Did you know that the deputy minister of climate not only does not want to pay compensation for damage caused by wolves, but also believes that farmers can cover it from the Common Agricultural Policy?

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