Murder Most Foul
An Animal Rights Article from All-Creatures.org

FROM

Captain Paul Watson, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
July 2016

The Faroese do not kill whales for money. The meat is polluted with mercury, PCB's and other heavy metals. It's not safe to eat and it is a threat to the survival of Pilot whales and other species of dolphins.

The killing is done for one very simple reason. They love to kill. They admit to deriving pleasure from the slaughter and they take pride in spilling blood into the sea.They see the killing as "beautiful".

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We must use every ounce of our compassion and devote every beat of our hearts to ending this horrific atrocity.

What happened yesterday in the Danish colony of the Faroe Islands must be abolished.

Sea Shepherd is working on economic and legal campaigns to shut this perversion down. We are taking Denmark to the European Court, we are promoting a boycott of Faroese farm raised salmon. We are exposing their crimes and we will never be silenced.

This so called tradition is nothing more than a bloody orgy of sadistic violence. One Faroese woman described the green of the hills, the blue of the sea and the red blood as "beautiful." One Faroese whaler said that a Faroese man is defined by the act of slaughter.

The Faroese do not kill whales for money. The meat is polluted with mercury, PCB's and other heavy metals. It's not safe to eat and it is a threat to the survival of Pilot whales and other species of dolphins.

The killing is done for one very simple reason. They love to kill. They admit to deriving pleasure from the slaughter and they take pride in spilling blood into the sea.They see the killing as "beautiful".

Their children play with fetuses freshly torn from the bellies of their mothers. They poke out eyeballs and sit on dead mutilated whale carcasses as their parents snap pictures. And they view this as normal behaviour.

Only a psychopathic mentality can justify this ruthless cruelty, this remorseless slaughter and such total disrespect for the sanctity of life.


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