Tuesday, November 16, 2010

No Blood, No Problem

I've been wondering if the “fishermen” have made an effort to reduce the blood and screen their activities from the public. I remember seeing video of the slaughter in the early 90s and the blood and screaming of the whales was more vivid and intense than in the movie The Cove. It looks to me that efforts are being made to cover it up even more after the movie. The local blue tarp dealer must be doing very well. There is still blood in the water and screaming dolphins and babies watching their mothers being killed. It does seem that they are making an effort to reduce the blood. I saw a video of them dragging two dolphins until they suffocated. No blood.

I saw this in Scott West’s Blog today, “I learned from a reporter today that the molesters are under pressure from the Japan fisheries department to better conceal their activities from our cameras. It seems that the pressure on the embassies, consulates, businesses, and other governments is being felt in Tokyo. Keep it up! Every time dolphins are pushed into the cove, let them have it. Every time there is blood in the water, let them have it. Not only do the molesters want to hide from us, but so too does the government.”

Covering up the carnage might make it harder to gain support from the public but it doesn’t make the slaughter any less horrible. Here’s a list of email addresses and phone numbers. Be heard. Don’t let them hide.

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