04
Jan
09

Brutal slaughter

Whale slaughter in denmark on the  Faroe Islands.  This is very true and here i was thinking that western society are more humane and structured. I mean, this may sound wrong but if this had come from the chinese, somehow i won’t be as surprised BUT DENMAKR WTF, didn’t some australian chick married the prince from denmark? this is shameful.

These whales are gentle animal who have not done any wrong to any human and these islander’s solution of living peacefully with natural is to slaughter them by the thousands yearly. WE SHOULD SLAUGTER THESE ISLANDER JUST FOR FUN, I SAY GIVE THEM A TASTE OF THEIR OWN MEDICINE.  THERE ARE KIDS KILLING THESE WHALES WITH GLEE IN THEIR EYES. FARK TARTS.

IF GIVEN A REASON, FINE I CAN PERHAPS UNDERSTAND SUCH AS TO EAT, FOR SCIENCE  OR TO CONTROL THE FOOD CHAIN BUT FOR FUN OR RITUAL?  GRRR..

 

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1 Response to “Brutal slaughter”


  1. April 5, 2009 at 1:22 am

    http://www.cdnn.info/news/eco/e081130.html

    WARNING: Do not eat whale meat-Powered by

    CDNN – CYBER DIVER News Network
    by DEBORA MacKAENZIE
    FAROE ISLANDS (30 Nov 2008)

    Chief medical officers of the Faroe Islands have recommended that pilot whales no longer be considered fit for human consumption, because they are toxic – as revealed by research on the Faroes themselves.

    The remote Atlantic islands, situated between Scotland and Iceland, have been one of the last strongholds of traditional whaling, with thousands of small pilot whales killed every year, and eaten by most Faroese.

    Anti-whaling groups have long protested, but the Faroese argued that whaling is part of their culture – an argument adopted by large-scale whalers in Japan and Norway.

    But today in a statement to the islanders, chief medical officers Pál Weihe and Høgni Debes Joensen announced that pilot whale meat and blubber contains too much mercury, PCBs and DDT derivatives to be safe for human consumption.

    “It is with great sadness that this recommendation is provided,” they said. “The pilot whale has kept many Faroese alive through the centuries.”

    But in “a bitter irony”, they said, research on the impact of the pollutants on the Faroese themselves has shown that mercury, especially, causes lasting damage.

    The work has revealed damage to fetal neural development, high blood pressure, and impaired immunity in children, as well as increased rates of Parkinson’s disease, circulatory problems and possibly infertility in adults. The Faroes data renewed concerns about low-level mercury exposures elsewhere.


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