~~January 24, 2014~~
Denmark’s Faroe Islands Continue Dolphin Slaughter
“Every year around 2,000 dolphins & 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.”
I woke up this morning to this message once again. I have seen this before. I feel I need to bring this matter to the attention of any reader/visitor.
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