Monday, 22 September 2014

Opposing the Danish slaughter of dolphins and whales

Captain Paul Watson, Sea Shepherd

It seems you have to be a terrorist to save lives these days.

Of course it’s very easy to be a terrorist in 2014. All you have to do is disagree with the government, with any government actually.

In fact the new definition of a terrorist is anyone who questions anything or opposes anything condoned by any government.

Thus it appears that Great Britain considers protecting dolphins and pilot whales to be terrorism.

Governments tend to stick together, usually being more loyal to each other than to their own people and always being loyal to the major corporations and to profits over the interests of eco-systems and other species.

This is the latest notification from the British Foreign Office regarding travel to Denmark.

Foreign travel advice

. Summary Current travel advice
. Safety and security
. Terrorism
. Local laws and customs
. Entry requirements
. Health
. Money
. Arctic travel
. Contact FCO Travel Advice Team
Still current at: 20 September 2014
Updated: 4 August 2014
Latest update: Summary - annual GrindadrĂ¡p whaling season
The annual GrindadrĂ¡p whaling season in the Faroe Islands typically takes place between June and September. This event has attracted protesters and there will be an increased security presence during this time. Anyone engaging in potentially dangerous acts including to life and/or property could be arrested. You should respect local laws and customs.

NOTE: Precisely. The Faroese should respect the citizens of the sea and abide by the European laws protecting whales and dolphins. The Faroese are most definitely engaging in acts that not only threaten life but also actively engaging in the wholesale destruction of life.

Around 150,000 British tourists visit Denmark every year. Most visits are trouble-free.

NOTE: Hopefully that will change and more visitors will arrive to defend the whales and dolphins. We definitely encourage troublesome tourism to the Faroes.

ADDITIONAL NOTE: Notice the British Foreign Travel alert states that it is referring to the nation of Denmark. Not the nation of the Faroe Islands, because there is no nation of the Faroe Islands. It is an isolated offshore territory of Denmark with Danish military, Danish police and Danish Courts that sneakily engage in cruel and illegal killing of cetaceans by pretending to be an independent country.

There is a general threat from terrorism. See Terrorism

NOTE: Indeed Sea Shepherds have been terrorizing the Faroese whale killers with two very powerful weapons. 

The first is the truth and the second is the camera. Apparently these two things define Sea Shepherd volunteers as potential terrorists.

The camera really is the most powerful weapon in the world and capturing the truth on camera is rapidly being regarded by governments as a major terrorist activity.

If you need to contact the emergency services call 112.

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