Hello, in an attempt to make one of the less good organizations in norway loose their official support (1.5M NOK yearly, 177.000 EUR, 221.000 USD), i've decided to try and add it here.
A little information about this: FNR (Folkeaksjonen Ny Rovdyrpolitikkeoples Action for a new Predatory Politic) is an organization which works towards extinction of the norwegian wolves.
The have a zero-tolerance policy for a species on top of the food chain.
They also work towards far less of the other top predators, brown bear, lynx, wolverines and perhaps to a certain extent, eagles (sea/golden).
The claims is that none of these species contributes to a balanced nature, but even basic nature studies says that predators have a very important place in the ecosystem.
While those in FNR believes their studies is correct, it's mostly based on myths and claims without roots in reality.
Norway only has 30 wolves left, which are only allowed to live in a extremely limited area, merely 5% of norway is a so-called "wolf-zone", and those behind FNR still things that is TOO much.
It is also noticed behaviour that supports crimes.
Recently a video showed someone driving after a wolf, provoking it.
That video had over 200 "likes", and several comments stating that the one driving shouldn't brake and instead run over the poor animal.
It was taken down after several animals rights organizations found out about it and posted screenshots on their facebook pages (not all of them) letting animal friends see what is allowed in that org.
Reactions was as expected and the opposing voices of their behaviour led it to be taken down along with the comments, but reposted.
FNR's official support is under consideration of being removed from next years state budget.
This campaigning may be taken into consideration on the budget list for 2015, working as a more weight towards the removal of FNR's economical support.
If you're interested in helping, this petition, a couple days old, is the attempt of removing them from the list of whom to receive economic support for 2015.
Thank you for your time.