Regarding the Bloody Massacre of Dolphins and Whales
in Taiji Japan
Bentley's Blog Says ...
Dolphins and Whales are superior species being so intelligent and so well adapted to
their environment. I believe that they have the same instincts to protect and love their
families as we do. These mammals MUST suffer as much as we would if we were torn
apart from our children - maimed - kidnapped - or tortured to death. As members of the
human race we all share a responsibility to do anything we can to stop this pointless
slaughter from ever happening again.
ALL CREATURES HAVE THE RIGHT TO LIVE IN FREEDOM
ON THIS PLANET
"LOOK DEEP INTO THE EYES OF ANY ANIMAL,
AND THEN FOR A MOMENT, TRADE PLACES.
THEIR LIFE BECOMES AS PRECIOUS AS YOURS,
AND YOU BECOME AS VULNERABLE AS THEM."
that's more like it - thanks India!
"our lives begin to end the day we become silent
about things that matter"
Martin Luther King Jr.
SO.... WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT THE HORROR SHOW IN JAPAN?
Get stuck in and follow up on all the links ...
Now - time for some light relief.......
This is better than contact with Aliens!
(courtesy of the San Francisco Chronicle)
A fisherman spotted a whale just beyond the Golden Gate Bridge and radioed an
environmental group for help. The rescue team arrived and determined that the whale
was so badly off that the only way to save it was to dive in and disentangle her.
The team worked for hours, carefully slashing through the labyrinth of lines with
curved knives. Eventually they freed her.
The divers say that once the female humpback was free to move, she swam in what
seemed like joyous circles. The whale then came back to each diver, one at a time,
and gave each a nudge, pushing her rescuers gently around as she was thanking
Some divers said it was the most beautiful experience of their lives. The diver who cut
the rope out of the whales mouth said that her eyes were following him the whole
time, and he will never be the same.
May all sentient beings be released from suffering.
May all sentient beings live in freedom and safety.
PS ... do we get a badge for doing this?
Write to your MP ...
Inform everyone you know about this.
Contact the Japanese Embassy 0207 465 6500