Stop Whales And Dolphins Massacre In Faroe Islands

Denmark is a big shame

The sea is stained in red and in the mean while its not because of the climate effects of nature.

It’s because of the cruelty that the human beings (civilised human) kill hundreds of the famous and intelligent Calderon dolphins.

This happens every year in Feroe iland in Denmark. In this slaughter the main participants are young teens.
WHY?
To show that they are adults and mature..

In this big celebration, nothing is missing for the fun. Everyone is participating in one way or the other, killing or looking at the cruelty “supporting like a spectator”

Is it necessary to mention that the dolphin calderon, like all the other species of dolphins, it’s near instinction and they get near men to play and interact. In a way of PURE friendship

They don’t die instantly; they are cut 1, 2 or 3 times with thick hocks. And at that time the dolphins produce a grim extremely compatible with the cry of a new born child.

But he suffers and there’s no compassion till this sweet being slowly dies in its own blood

Its enough!
We will send this mail until this email arrives in any association defending the animals, we won’t only read. That would make us accomplices, viewers.

Take care of the world, it is your home!

Assine contra essa crueldade:

Sign Against this cruelty:

1.- Ana kARINA Rivas (m) Mexico DF
2.- Carlos Enrique Bulle-Goyri. DF
3.- Alejandra Nabarro ( Mexico Cuernavaca )
4.- Esteban criz mejia. Mexico DF
5.- ANDREA GONZALEZ ALVAREZ ( MEXICO )
6.-González Alvarez Victor Rodrigo
7.-Ines Garcia Perez (México)
8.-Stella Morales (México)
9.-lgarcia (México)
10.-Leticia Cuéllar (México)
11.-Salma Urbina Aguilar (Quintana Roo, México)
12.-DIANA LUCELLY POOT PUC (quintana roo, mexico )
13.-Josue Acero Gonzalez ( Quintana Roo , Mexico )
14.-Micaela Medina ( Argentina )
15.-sofia bidondo( Argentina )
16.- Ma. Marta Soruco ( Argentina )
17.- Cyntia Mariela Roitman ( Argentina )
18.-Aldana Martínez ( Argentina )
19.- Adriana Salomon ( Argentina )
20.-fernando valussi( argentina )
21.-MARIANELA SANCHEZ( ARGENTINA )
22.- Leyes Alberto Fabian ( Argentina ).-
23.- Augusto Patricio Mateos ( Argentina – Chaco )
24.- Maria Alejandra Bury ( Argentina – Chaco )
25.- Claudio Alexis Agnesio ( Argentina – Chaco )
26.- Cesar Abel Falcon(Argentina-Chaco)
27-MARIANA GOMEZ MARTINEZ
28-SILVIA CLAUDIA GIMENEZ
29-NELIDA BEATRIZ MARTINEZ
30-MARIA ESTHER URSU
31- NATHIA JUDKEVICH ( Argentina )
32-MARINA JUDKEVICH ( Argentina )
33-MARIANA JUDKEVICH (Aregentina)
34- Bogado Espinoza, Lorena Abi ( Argentina )
35- Ortiz, Natalia Muriel ( Argentina )
36- Marcelo Rodrigues de Rezende (Sorocaba-Brasil)
37- Thais Chenchi Santana (Sorocaba-Brasil)
38- Lilian Yoshie Kato ( Sorocaba – Brasil)
39 – DIOGO CRISTO ( Sorocaba – Pindorama – Gaya )
40 – DANILO GOMES ( Sorocaba – Cidade de Mentiras)
41- Tiago Holtz Guerreiro (Sorocaba- Brasil)
42 – Laura Nunes Garcia Vieira ( Sorocaba – Brasil)
43 – Anderson Schmitt Junkes (Jandira – Brasil)
44 – Eronides Santos Filho (Jandira – Brasil)
45 – Suzana Lopes Ribeiro ( Jandira – Brasil )
46 – Paulo Henrique Ferreira (Cotia/SP Brasil)
47 – André Luiz da Fonseca Roberto ( Carapicuiba/ Brasil )
48 – Jean Paulo Camargo Costa (CARAPICUIBA/ BRASIL)
49 – Rodrigo de Jesus Ferreira (Jandira – Brasil)
50- Bárbara Tabain Seslija de Sá (Jandira – SP – Brasil)
51 – Ana paula Morina Ferreira (Barueri – SP – Brasil)
52-Bárbara Louise (São Paulo-SP-Brasil)
53-Diego Lima (Carapicuíba-SP-Brasil)
54 – Wanda leila de Oliveira marra ( Osasco – SP –Brasil )
55 – Joilva Duarte (Osasco-Brasil)
56 – Patricia M. Dias ( São Paulo – Brasil)
57- Eduardo M. Dias ( São Paulo – Brasil)
58 – Wagner R. Franco (São Paulo – Brasil)
59- Ruth Cristina Serafim (São Paulo – Brasil)
60- Thiago Silva (São Paulo – Brasil)
61 – Cristiano S. de Moraes (Rio de Janeiro – Brasil)
62 – Kelly Lopes Dias (São Paulo – Brasil)
63 – Fábio Ferreira / São Paulo – Brasil
64- Fábio Araujo / São paulo – Brasil
65- Marcia Stevaux/ São Paulo – Brasil
66 – Débora Gisele Ferraz – Brasil
67- Andrea Alexandre de Carvalho
68 – Adilson dos Santos Pinto (Cruzeiro SP)
69 – Francisco ReZende (Lorena-SP)
70- Mislane Souza Prates( São Paulo-Brasil)
71 – Janderson Dutra (Rio de Janeiro-RJ – Brasil)
72 – CECÍLIA SANTOS (SÃO PAULO) – BRASIL
73- KÁTIA I. SANTOS ( SÃO PAULO ) – BRASIL
74- Maria L Lima – (Rolândia – Brasil)
75 – Marilise G.Z. Solle (Rolândia-Brasil)
76- Luis Fernando Silva de Almeida (Rolândia Pr- Brasil)
77- Adriana Amaral de Souza (Rolândia Pr – Brasil)
78 – Carlos Alberto Ferreira do Amaral (Rolãndia PR – Brasil)
79 – Lilian Carla de Souza Gonzalez ( Londrina – Pr. – Brasil)
80 – Ailton Valdivino da Silva – (Uberlândia – MG – Brasil)
81 – Heliza Piosiadlo (Uberlândia – MG – Brasil
82 – Patrícia Cordeiro ( Joaçaba-SC-Brasil)
83 – Danielle Argenton (Herval D’ Oeste – SC – Brasil)
84 – Valdirene Soares ( Joaçaba – SC – BRASIL )
85 – Luiz Sérgio Belló – Joaçaba SC Brasil
86- Eduardo Wieser -SC- Brasil
87- Julio Pancera (Navegantes, SC – Brasil)
88- Fredi Goede (Pomerode, SC Brasil)
89 – Mario L.Fanton
90 – Valério Littig (Curitiba – Brasil )
100 – cassia cavalheiro
101 – Paulo Terumitsu Ishii [Curitiba – Paraná – Brasil]
102 – Caroline Niro ( Curitiba – Paraná – Brasil
103 – Alexandre Batista(Londres-Inlaterra)
104 – udson bergues de almeida
105 – Inês Calazans, Alemanha
106 – Anabela Martins – Portugal
107 – Luisa Sequeira – Silves /PORTUGAL
108 – Alzira Rodrigues – Silves / Portugal
109 – Cremilde Ribeiro – A. de Pêra / Portugal
110 – Augusto Miguens – Elvas / Portugal
111 – Natália miguens – Elvas / Portugal
112 – Manuela Santos – Carcavelos / Portugal
113 – Carla Santos – Oeiras / Portugal
114 – Maria Carlos Barreto de Carvalho – Carcavelos / Portugal
115 – Eliete Mendes – Lisboa / Portugal
116 – Conceição Oliveira – Lisboa / Portugal
117 – Mariana Domingues – Portugal
118 – Joana Murtinha – Portugal
119 – Filipa Almeida – Portugal
120 – Iolanda Fontes – South Africa
121 – Kalen Viljoen – South Africa
122 – Wendy Golding – South Africa
123 – Inge Strugnell – Botswana
124 – Philippa Lee – Botswana
125 – Ilse Swart
126 – Miche de beer
127 – Celeste Smit
128 – Jeneane Fourie
129. Stefnie de Beer (SA) Human beings ? How can we call ourselves that !
130 Corné van Staden
131 Anna-Marié van Staden
132 – Sheralee Scott (South Africa)
133 Bev Hindmarch (South Africa)
134 Mariska O’Connor
135 Andy O’Connor
136 Suzette Lee
137 Jean Lee
138 Adelaide Lee
139 Anthony Lee
140 Samantha Lee
141 Jenny Lee
142 Kate Viljoen
143 Lee Viljoen
144 Sharl O’Connor
145 Larisha O’Connor
146 Joshua O’Connor
147 Klarissa O’Connor
148 Gesina Viljoen
149 Nastassia (SA) Shame man this is so cruel honestly L
150 Damien Watson
151 PETULA BAATJIES
152 ETTIENNE BAATJIES
153. Mabel Jansen Van Rensburg, SA
154 Ruben Jansen Van Rensburg, SA
155. Chantelle Freitas – South Africa
156. JENNY STEYN – SOUTH AFRICA
157.. SUSAN VAN NIEKERK – SOUTH AFRICA
158. JAN VAN NIEKERK – SOUTH AFRIC A
159. Sanette Jacobs – South Africa
160. Chantel van Staden
161. NaomiPretorius – South Africa
162. Kerry-Leigh Alcock – South Africa – This is horrific ,
how the hell can people be so
heartless?They r going to burn in hell for this
163.Hannes Van Vollenstee – South Africa
164. Nadine Ferns – South Africa
165. Latoya Abdul; SA
166. Nolan Abrahams – South Africa
167.Rcheline Adolph
168.CLINTON ANDERSON,SA
169. Ashwill Stoles ,SA
170 . Ethel Jantjies
171.Salama Cason-South Africa
172.ELIZE PERUMAL
173. Nikki Nortje
174. Wesley Nortje
175. Matthew Nortje
176. Darryl van Wijk
177. Dalene van Wijk
178 Nina Vieira
179 Rene Botha
180 Lanie Morris
181 Mark Morris
182 Katy Tshiponyane
183 Trynie de Jonge Suid Afrika
184 ELIZE OOSTHUIZEN SOUTH AFRICA
185 JOHANN OOSTHUIZEN
186 DIAAN OOSTHUIZEN
187 ARMANDT OOSTHUIZEN
188 HANNES VAN DER WALT
189 JUDY VAN DER WALT
190 PETRO VAN DER WALT
191 JOHAN RAATH
192 KATTIE RAATH
193 Louise Siegrist
194 Rihanle Mare
195 Sanjay Ghosh, India
196 Sutapa Ghosh, India
197 K.Kirankumar, India
198.namita kirankumar , India
199 yashraj kiarnkumar, India
200 subhag kirankumar, India
201 Raman Mohan , India
202 Manjula N R
203 Parthasarathy , India
204 sandeepkumar s k, india
205 rachana j, hamburg
206 Sneha Honnappa, Poland
207 Santanu Kumar Basu,India
208 Kanhaiya Lal Pandey
211 Vema Reddy Panditi,India
212. Arvind Singh
213. Neeraj Awasthi, PRL
214. Rajneesh Modi, India
215. Joydeep Mukherjee, India
216.Arpan Chakraborty,India
217.Suvojit Mukherjee,India
218.Sayan Deb Pal,India
219. Tirthankar Bachhar, INDIA
220. Sarin Hasan, INDIA
221. Moumita De , INDIA.
222.Amrita Saha,INDIA
223.Debapi Golder , Calcutta, India
224. Prasenjit Adak, Kolkata, IN D IA
225. Chayanika Adak, Kolkata, INDIA
226. Satyajit Biswas, IN D IA
227. Kushal Biswas,Kolkata
228. Puja Roy, Bangalore, INDIA
229. Koushik Dhar, Bangalore, India

Comments

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  • Nice. Thanks for taking the time. I will check back to read more and tell my friends about your site.

  • Faroese Link Reply

    Let me set you guys straight, because obviously none of you have though about actually getting facts straight. First of it’s not Denmark. It’s Faroe Islands. Yes Faroe Islands is a Danish colony but they have their own government and own laws. Denmark has nothing to do with that.
    With that said let me explain what else is wrong with this post.
    First of these whales are not even near extinction. Last time I heard about it there were about 800k whales and Faroe Islands has a law about how many they are allowed to kill a year. Some years there’s not even a single whale killing, simply because the whales doesn’t come by.
    Secondly it’s not a test of manhood or a sport. These whales have been killed on Faroe Islands since the beginning of the Faroese people. It’s in their culture like us who eat meat, eat pigs, cows and what not. It looks terrible but that’s because the blood seeps out into the water. It’s done out in the open because it’d be cruel to bring the whales on land, then drive them to the butchery and then first kill them there because some people are too squeamish about blood in photos. So yes they are killed in the water and yes it looks terrible. But the whales have always been a special dining on Faroe Islands as they can’t raise pigs. They raise sheep and cows.
    Thirdly it’s not a celebration. It’s not done for fun. It’s done for food. The whales are eaten and their bones used for jewellery. Nothing goes to waste.
    Also what gives you the right to look down upon a culture you obviously know nothing about and judge them on facts you made up and not straight facts, which are true?
    The whales are not close to extinction and this entire post is rubbish because it’s full of lies and hypocrisy. I bet there’s something in all of you people’s countries that some idiot has written false facts about on the Internet.

    THINK before you believe stuff you read on the Internet.

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