FOxFeast again folks:If there is a beef to be had, fishers say, it is with the agencies whose job it is to enforce the rules.
Living in a Fanta-Sea; they are dimented.
Umm, whales and dolphins have never managed to avoid mankind’s activities before. Why would they suddenly be able to now? It is a well known fact that sonar disorients them, but they don’t understand where it is coming from. Studying the impact of these tests seems like a no-brainer. If the dolphins and whales move on their own, well and good. If they do not, can we not come to a compromise? The fact that some other countries care nothing about marine life certainly does not mean we have to be just like them. Again, how is it that caring about marine and civilian life is wrong?
The Japanese whaling fleet were caught red-handed slaughtering whales in the Australian Whale sanctuary. The Australian Government has done nothing but express ‘disappointment’. We want action for the whales and need your help today!
Operation Nemesis is Sea Shepherd’s 11th Antarctic whale defence campaign. Two Sea Shepherd vessels, the Ocean Warrior and the Steve Irwin, departed from Australia the first week of December carrying 51 crew members from eight countries. Our goal is to prevent the Japanese fleet from killing their quota of 333 protected minke whales. Sea Shepherd is currently all that stands between the whales and the harpoons.
We are doing our best and we are doing the job that the Australian government promised they would do and we should not be there alone.
The whales need your urgent help now.
Please join us in calling for the Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, to take action against the illegal slaughter in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary
Survival had nothing to do with battling against the natural world and everything to do with understanding and respecting it.