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Stop and make ppl aware of the dolphins/whales massacres for a senseless inhumane tradition in the Faroe Islands, Japan and Many other countries...

The horrific annual slaughter of thousands of defenseless whales every year in the Danish Faeroe Islands is just as cruel as the dolphin slaughter by the Japanese in Taiji. Because The children of the Faeroe Islands eat the meat they have a higher level of mercury in their bodies than even the children of Taiji, Japan.

I’ve heard the screams of mortally wounded whales pleading for their lives as insensitive brutes drunk on slaughter are showered in the hot blood of the whales, laughing and swearing as their vicious blades rape the whales repeatedly. It is a monstrous spectacle and it is an obscenity fully embraced by the Danish government and many of the Danish people.
Denmark is a major contributor to the destructive exploitation of the world’s oceans. Danish fishing fleets are amongst the most rapacious in the world and their plundering of the seas has not been dampened by the realization that there are serious ecological concerns about the ability of the oceans to survive this ceaseless plundering.
Whales are sensitive, social animals with highly developed nervous systems. They have a profound capacity to suffer distress, terror and pain.
Every year around 2,000 whales are driven ashore and cruelly slaughtered in the Faroe Islands, mid-way between the Shetland Islands and Iceland. For centuries the Faroe Islanders have hunted pilot whales, driving entire schools into killing bays, where they are speared or gaffed from boats, dragged ashore and butchered with knives. Although the Islands are a protectorate of Denmark, they have their own Government and regulations governing the pilot whale hunt or "grind" as it is known.

1. No animal deserves to be brutally killed!!!

2. Faroe Islands defend their murder of this precious animals by stating "it's just their tradition"!!!!

3. If animals are compassionate enough to protect humans, shouldn't we as humans be even more compassionate in our care and protection of animals?