Friday, July 29, 2011

Dolphin Arms! Sounds Like a Boozer To Me

Something fishy going on here.


July 28th, 2011
By Frank Lake

TOKYO — Ginzo, the dolphin with human arms, is leading a dolphin fight against Japanese fishermen.
Japanese fisherman are preparing for their annual dolphin hunt. Once again they are preparing for a slaughter like this:

But, they have a formidable opponent this time – GINZO, the DOLPHIN WITH HUMAN ARMS.

Ginzo is leading a battalion of angry dolphins in a counter-attack against fishermen. Several local citizens in “the cove” heard a human voice coming from Ginzo, who gave a passionate and dramatic plea for all dolphins to defend themselves – aggressively – against the blood-thirsty fishermen.

Japanese police and coast guard officers have held a security drill to practice protecting a village from the bloody battle they are anticipating for the annual dolphin hunt.

A Wakayama prefectural police official says Wednesday’s drill was aimed at guarding the southwestern town of Taiji from protesters before hunting season starts in September.

About 10,000 law enforcement officers gathered in the bay where the Oscar-winning film “The Cove” was filmed.

Japan allows about 20,000 dolphins to be caught each year. Most Japanese have never eaten dolphin meat but the government defends the hunts as tradition.

But that’s the way it used to be… Now, GINZO is take the matter into HIS OWN HANDS and will stop the Japanese fishermen from slaughtering his people again.

WWN’s intrepid reporter, Dr. Taxi, will be at The Cove to cover the battle. He will be embedded with Ginzo’s platoon. Stay tuned… WWN


Makati Studio For Sale said...

is there really a dolphin with arms?

Anonymous said...

Swiss lawmakers support ban on dolphin aquariums.

Himself said...

Good, ghastly places.

I notice lately that the ''Don't fuck with the Japanese'' right wingers, have been giving the Cove Guardians some hassle of late.

I also found out the other day, although it's being going on for years, the Japs a churning up dead dolphins for fertiliser and possibly animal feed.

So it's mercury and now radiation, getting in the food chain.

I've been a bit pissed off with parts of the anti-whaling crowd lately, they are oh so fucking green and politically correct.

And this Vegan thing? well to each his own, but personally I've no time for 'em.

Just because a fellow doesn't want to see harpoons stuck in whales, doesn't mean he can't enjoy a bacon sandwich, does it?

I don't know whether you knew or not, but all Sea Shepherd ships are vegan. Just what you need after rolling about the Southern Ocean all day and freezing your ass off, a nut burger and (organic) salad. God knows how you would be looked upon if you ever sparked a ciggy up?

I have had Ma'ma in hospital for the last few days, she has been unable to swallow, which as you can imagine, is quite a worry.

I can't tell you more, because as yet we don't know any more.

As too you can well imagine, that my attention to blogging is somewhat second place at the moment.



Anonymous said...

You know H, I don't do isms, so not a vegan. Link only meant as info and to neutralize the first comment. Maybe you don't understand what I mean, well, I don't understand it either.

Apart from animal cruelty of course, concerning animal issues I do not like animals being caged unnecessarily, caged rabbits, birds, etc. as a domestic animal for kids or for adults themselves. Since my children - unbiased of course - only were in the zoo for the recreation-ground and a few "unattached" animals, we never go there.

Best wishes for you and your family. M

Himself said...

I do not like animals being caged unnecessarily, caged rabbits, birds, etc. as a domestic animal for kids or for adults themselves.

Having spent a little time in a cage myself, you will receive no argument from me.

Mother is coming home today thank you, but in all honestly I can't say we are an awful lot wiser today as when she was admitted.

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Anonymous said...

An elephant never forgets.

Anonymous said...

Good news.
Wild animals to be banned from circuses NL

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Anonymous said...

In Mexico City a circus tiger turned on his trainer and killed him infront of an audience of spectators.

The tiger that caused Crispín’s fatal injuries has since allegedly been “put down”, which has of course raised questions once again about the treatment of these animals and the lives they endure whilst being raised in tiny cages and kept for the amusement of bored patrons.

Himself said...

Well well, that's what I call value for money. Two tickets front row centre please.

Poor old tiger.

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