The following 3 photos were taken by Jim Robertson of
Animals in the Wild...
...They show the way God created the whales to live free in the oceans of
the world, and free from the exploitation of humans.
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(Whales - Slaughter - 01)
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society took this and the
following photos in the Faeroe Islands. This small Danish dependency between
Scotland and Iceland is host to one of the most barbaric spectacles on the
planet as each year thousands of gentle pilot whales are herded into bays
and viciously slashed to pieces by drunken sadistic islanders who kill the
whales for sport.
(Whales - Slaughter - 02)
Sea Shepherd reports: Faeroese children suffer from the highest levels of
mercury contamination in the world. The mercury literally eats away brain
tissue and may help explain how these people can engage in such barbarity.
This level of ruthlessness is extreme even compared to the behavior of
Newfoundland sealers and Japanese dolphin killers.
(Whales - Slaughter - 03)
The Faeroese proudly boast of how much they enjoy the pleasure of making the
whales bleed, poking out their eyeballs, and ripping the fetuses from the
pregnant females. Whether or not the mercury contributes to this
barbarism, we can't say, but it does show that these people have a depraved
indifference to the suffering of others.
(Whales - Slaughter - 04)
Some people try to say that there is no evil in the world and that everyone
is basically good. The pleasure that these Faeroese people derive from
torturing and killing these gentle pilot whales is proof that there is evil
in the world and that they turned from God to do evil.
(Whales - Slaughter - 05)
The killing frenzie continues in the Faeroe Islands, and the people chase
down and brutally slaughter the pilot whales.
(Whales - Slaughter - 06)
Evil attracts evil! Everyone turns out to either kill or watch the
killing of the pilot whales.
(Whales - Slaughter - 07)
A killer and the innocent prey!
(Whales - Slaughter - 08)
In this photo we can see that these people enjoy killing in the most brutal
ways. No wonder so many people write to us and say that they are
ashamed to be a member of the human race.
(Whales - Slaughter - 09)
And other ask, "How could God allow this to happen?" The simple answer
is that God gave the care of this world to us, and most people have made
things worse. Jesus called up us to be blessed as peacemaking children
of God (Matthew 5:9), which these people obviously want no part of.
Paul writes in Romans 8:18-23 that the children of God are to free the whole
of creation from it's present corruption, which is further proof that these
people cannot be those children. Why hasn't the church taken a stand
against this wanton killing, or are they part of the corruption, too?
Slaughter - 9a) Undercover Sea Shepherd operative took several images of
the July 2010 Faroe Island Pilot Whale slaughter. This image shows only one
of many Baby Pilot whales who were cut out of their mothers' bodies and left
(Whales - Slaughter - 10)
Whale carcass is stripped of meat in Iceland. October 2006.
(Whales - Slaughter - 11)
Children watch a whale being butchered in Iceland. October 2006.
(Whales - Slaughter - 12)
This picture shows what the Australian government says is the slain carcass
of a minke whale tied to the Japanese harpoon ship Yushin Maru 2 in the
(Whales - Slaughter - 13)
A minke whale and her calf are towed up the rear ramp of the Japanese
whaling vessel Yushin Maru No.2 in the Southern Ocean.
(Whales - Slaughter - 14)
Two whales are dragged on board a Japanese ship after being harpooned in
Antarctic waters. The pictures, plastered over front pages and shown on
television were taken from an Australian customs vessel tracking the whalers
to gather evidence for possible legal action to stop the annual slaughter.
(Whales - Slaughter - 15)
An Australian Customs Service boat from the patrol vessel Oceanic Viking,
right, tracking the Japanese whaling in Antarctic waters. The Australian
government stepped up it's public relations campaign against Japanese
whaling in Antarctic waters by releasing images of whale killings to
Australian media organizations.
(Whales - Slaughter - 16)
The whale is being dragged on board a Japanese ship after being harpooned in
(Whales - Slaughter - 17)
Recently slaughtered Pilot Whales are prepared to be chopped and diced for
food and "byproducts" after massive roundups in the once-scenic Faroe
Islands of Denmark.
(Whales - Slaughter - 18) Pilot
Whales lay dead or dying in blood after massive roundups in the once-scenic
Faroe Islands of Denmark.
(Whales - Slaughter - 19) Pilot
Whales fight for their lives against their killers.
(Whales - Slaughter - 20)
A once beautiful bay is now blood red. How many of these
spectators protest these atrocities?
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21) This scenic bay is now red with
the blood of slaughtered pilot whales.
(Whales - Slaughter - 22) What
else could these people have used their energies for today besides killing