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3 thoughts on “Politics comes under fire at International Whaling Commission

  1. Here in America we allow the Tribes to kill a whale/s for their ‘culture’ sake.
    We allow it not because they need the meat or other parts of the whale as they did in the past when killing whales meant survival for the Tribes.
    Killing meat for survival is understandable.

    Killing whales, killing anything, without survival NEED is entirely different and serves no purpose.

    Until we ban whaliing of all people within our own country, who are we to tell other countries to stop whaling?

    Norwegians are generally environmentally aware and would not deplete creatures they depend on.
    Generally they are far more environmentally conscientious than we seem to be… in my opinion.
    They are far more stubborn as well.
    Sharon O’Hara

  2. Have you been to a slaughter house lately?

    While we’re on the subject…why don’t people humanely kill the fish they catch?

    It is sickening to see caught fish flopping and gasping until it dies.
    The charter skippers and crew were quick to put the caught salmon out of their misery… at least they did at one time.
    In my opinion… Sharon O’Hara

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