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MessageSujet: Re: whales / ballenas / baleines   Sam 7 Juil - 14:42

March 19 , 2012

Fried whale meat for sale on Yahoo

Yahoo! is selling whale hearts and other products made from slaughtered whales and dolphins in Japan.
If you can stomach it, imagine fishermen who use boats to drive groups of dolphins and whales into a shallow cove. They block access back to the ocean using boats and nets, and then they get into the water and slaughter the animals, one by one, until the water turns red with their blood.
Melissa Sehgal is in Japan working to stop these cruel hunts. Recently, her petition on Change.org helped convince Amazon.com to ban all whale and dolphin meat on its site -- now she needs your help to stop Yahoo! executives from making a single penny more from the suffering of whales and dolphins.
Join Melissa to demand Yahoo! immediately pull all whale and dolphin from its sites and put an international ban in place.
Thanks for being a change-maker

SIGN THE PETITION

http://www.change.org/petitions/yahoo-stop-selling-dolphin-and-whale-meat?utm_campaign=uonQZBnRia&utm_medium=email&utm_source=action_alert
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MessageSujet: Re: whales / ballenas / baleines   Lun 20 Aoû - 4:01

AUGUST 19 , 2012

SIGN PETITIONS

http://www.unleashed.org.au/take_action/petitions/stop-the-faroe-islands-whale-slaughter/

Petition Tally: 85,256
Image 4 of 4 Petition to End the Faroe Islands' Whale & Dolphin Slaughter
Thousands of signatures have now been presented in person to the Faroe Islands Government. Add your voice to this petition to keep up the demand until this cruel whale slaughter is banned.

Hundreds of pilot whales are slaughtered every year on the Faroe Islands, a small group of islands north of Europe. Faroe men go out with boats to drive these animals into a fjord using nets to block their way back to sea. The whales then beach themselves, or are pulled ashore with a blunt hook lodged in their blowholes. Once beached and defenceless these whales are killed by having their spinal cords and major blood vessels cut. It can take up to three and a half minutes for a whale to eventually die. More »

Other than pilot whales, several species of dolphins are also killed using these same methods.

Due to the harsh climate that makes it difficult to grow food on the Faroe Islands, the meat and blubber of these animals was once an important part of the diet of the Faroe people. But nowadays their food supply is diverse and plentiful, the cruel whale and dolphin hunt continues primarily for the sake of 'tradition'. « Less

Please show the Faroe Islands that the international community is strongly opposed to this cruel slaughter by signing this petition to the Faroe Islands Prime Minister.
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MessageSujet: Re: whales / ballenas / baleines   Lun 20 Aoû - 4:13

AUGUST 19 , 2012

SIGNEZ LA PETITION

SIGN THE PETITION

http://www.change.org/petitions/faroese-government-stop-the-pilot-whale-killing-in-faroe-islands?utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petition&utm_term=friends_wall

+Petitioning faroese government.
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faroese government.
European Council
Denmark government

faroese government.: Stop the pilot-whale killing in Faroe Islands
by Florentine leloup
caen, France
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The Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats classifies the long-finned pilot whale as “strictly protected” under Appendix II. While the Faeroe Islands are not a member of the European Union, they remain a Danish Protectorate. In other words, even though the Faeroes are self-governing, Denmark controls the police, defense, foreign policy, and the currency. All trade with EU countries is handled through the Danish foreign ministry. The primary reason for the Faeroes abstaining from joining the EU was in an effort to prevent the EU from meddling in their fishing policies. The slaughter of cetaceans is illegal within the European Union.
Denmark fails to abide by their obligations as a co-signer of the Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats (also known as the Bern Convention).
The plundering of the oceans is our common issue, we all have the right to say STOP!

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La Convention relative à la conservation de la vie sauvage et du milieu naturel de l'Europe a classé le globicéphale noir comme une espèce strictement protégée dans l’Annexe II. Même si les îles Féroé ne sont pas membres de l’Union Européenne, elles demeurent sous protectorat danois. Ce qui signifie que même si elles ont leur propre gouvernement, le Danemark contrôle la police, la défense, la politique étrangère et la monnaie. Tout commerce avec des pays de l’Union Européenne passe par le Ministère des Affaires Étrangères danois. La principale raison qui a poussé les Féringiens à s’abstenir de rentrer dans l’Union Européenne est d'éviter que cette dernière ne mette son nez dans leurs affaires de pêche car le massacre de cétacés est pour elle illégal. Le Danemark a manqué à ses devoirs de co-signataire de la Convention relative à la conservation de la vie sauvage et du milieu naturel de l'Europe (aussi connue sous le nom de Convention de Berne).
Le pillage des océans est notre problème à tous, et nous avons tous le droit de dire STOP!

Petition Letter
Greetings,

I just signed the following petition addressed to: Danemark governement..

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Stop the pilot-whale killing in Faeroe Islands

The Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats classifies the long-finned pilot whale as “strictly protected” under Appendix II. While the Faeroe Islands are not a member of the European Union, they remain a Danish Protectorate. In other words, even though the Faeroes are self-governing, Denmark controls the police, defense, foreign policy, and the currency. All trade with EU countries is handled through the Danish foreign ministry. The primary reason for the Faeroes abstaining from joining the EU was in an effort to prevent the EU from meddling in their fishing policies. The slaughter of cetaceans is illegal within the European Union.
Denmark fails to abide by their obligations as a co-signer of the Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats (also known as the Bern Convention).
The plundering of the oceans is our common issue, we all have the right to say STOP!
La Convention relative à la conservation de la vie sauvage et du milieu naturel de l'Europe a classé le globicéphale noir comme une espèce strictement protégée dans l’Annexe II. Même si les îles Féroé ne sont pas membres de l’Union Européenne, elles demeurent sous protectorat danois. Ce qui signifie que même si elles ont leur propre gouvernement, le Danemark contrôle la police, la défense, la politique étrangère et la monnaie. Tout commerce avec des pays de l’Union Européenne passe par le Ministère des Affaires Étrangères danois. La principale raison qui a poussé les Féroéens à s’abstenir de rentrer dans l’Union Européenne est d'éviter que cette dernière ne mette son nez dans leurs affaires de pêche car le massacre de cétacés est pour elle illégal. Le Danemark a manqué à ses devoirs de co-signataire de la Convention relative à la conservation de la vie sauvage et du milieu naturel de l'Europe (aussi connue sous le nom de Convention de Berne).
Le pillage des océans est notre problème à tous, et nous avons tous le droit de dire STOP!
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