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    Re: Whale slaughter in the Faroe Islands

    Alright...

    The Faroese are only killing 1000-2000 whales a year, far from driving them to extinction.

    Ever been to the Faroe Islands? Pretty desolate, hard to grow crops, and not many other food sources.

    How about a better crusade? Fight the Zionists who run the corporations who's factories pollute the water. This mercury gets into the whale, Faroese person eats the meat from this whale, he or she gets sick. It's projected that they will have to stop whaling soon because of the levels of mercury showing up.
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    Re: AW: Re: AW: Whale slaughter in the Faroe Islands

    Quote Originally Posted by Svartr View Post
    Why? It's both useless. Traditional Paganists stand for animal preservation. They're killing an animal which probably won't exist in future anymore.
    That has nothing to do with tradition anymore.


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    Heh...

    Pagan Faroese hunted whales.
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    AW: Re: AW: Re: AW: Whale slaughter in the Faroe Islands

    Yes. "hunted". If Faroe Pagans still hunt them now. I won't consider them as pagans. Fools would fit better.
    If they murder the whole existence of the whales, it will change the Natural Order. Which is far away from being pagan.


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    Re: AW: Re: AW: Re: AW: Whale slaughter in the Faroe Islands

    Last time I checked, humans were part of the "Natural Order".

    They're not hunting whales to extinction, not by a long shot. You're talking 1000-2000 whales per annum. That and they will eventually have to stop, not because they will be extinct, but because the Zionist run corporations are pumping mercury into the water which gets into the whales. That is throwing off the Natural Order more than anything.

    I forgot to mention that my biological father was Faroese.
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    Watch these two:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8u-YF5epOnk
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlJIHkGgGx8

    Well what could i say?... hmm

    I´ll give my opinion.
    Faroese have been hunting whales for years. Pilot whales not DOLPHINES.
    Pilot whales are not an endangered speicies.
    Also whale killings are done by the law so they don´t suffer. You cut their throut at a specific point on the whale so it dies as fast as possible.

    Now we could do a more industrial/commercial type of whale hunting if we wante to. But we don´t... we do it in a traditional way securing that we don´t endanger the species.

    They don´t suffer.

    Whales live in freedome before they are killed... I agree that it looks realy brutal with all the blood.... in one of those you can see a aeial photo where you can see the blood of the whales from airplane.

    But the traditinal ways of farming are far worse to animals... Small cute yellow chickens that are being breed just to kill them.. who live in captivity all their lifes and pigs that are being clamed into far to small cages in order to make production cheaper.

    So my conclution/view point is that if you are not a vegetarian then you should stop condeming us killing whales.

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    First of all we don't do any kind of commercial whale hunting! We only hunt pilot whales when they venture onto our shores and somebody happens to see them, which is rare because of fog and bad weather.

    It's not a bullshit tradition Mortuary this is honouring our ancestors who would not survive the harsh winter without pilot whale meat.

    The talk of us making the pilot whales extinct is ridiculous, they are not anywhere near the risk of extinction. If they should become at risk I will side with all the leftist greenpeace people, since I believe in preservation (that includes human races and ethnicities morons tend to think humans don't apply)

    The mercury is a problem but people eat very little pilot whale these days and many don't like it. Besides I think our food culture and water supply is healthier than many other countries. I do like and eat pilot whale rarely (1-2 dishes a year) but it's not really my favourite dish except for tvøst (dried see below).

    I would be willing to cut down on whaling maybe every other year it is banned, but I don't think anyone in my country will agree because it will be considered a defeat for the country.

    I will be uploading this documentary called pilot whale hunting through 50 years (9 min) within a month or two to youtube . . . from a dvd, maybe I will put subtitles, I'll post it here or maybe not since it might fuel the greenpeace crowd, I haven't watched it yet anyway /rant.

    “In this country we need to set uniform mercury exposure levels. The children in the study had average exposure levels that are similar to the current limit used by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and 95 percent of them were below the current limit used by the Food and Drug Administration.”

    http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/pre...s02062004.html
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    The best solution would be to privatize whale herds. Then, both sides could be happy. There would be no chance of the whales becoming extinct (the owners of the whale herds would not allow others to kill them, nor wipe out their own stocks) and they could still have their traditional whale meat.
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    SwordOfTheVistula may be right.
    I'm no vegetarian PETA-fan and I fully support the Faroese ethnic tradition (in fact, I'd love to take part in it); but the idea does make sense to appease people worried about the whale population.

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    The ritual slaughter of whales is unnecessary in every respect, it can't be compared to that of the slaughter of cattle, sheep and pigs. Can someone tell me how this is humane? At least domesticated farm animals are stunned before they are slaughtered.

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    Mad Faroe Islands Shame

    This brutality happens every year, Dantesque, bloody slaughter in the Faroe Islands, which belongs to Denmark .
    A country supposedly 'civilized' and a EUROPEAN UNION country. For many people this cruel practice is unknown, how insensitive!
    This bloody slaughter is just to attend Moz to 'show' entering adulthood! It's absolutely incredible that nobody dares to do something to prevent this barbaric act that is committed against Calderon, an intelligent dolphin who has the peculiarity of approaching people out of sheer curiosity.

    On a group of islands just north of Europe, the traditional bloody whale and dolphin slaughter takes place every year. The Faroe Islands are a part of Denmark, where whaling is banned, but they have laws that are independent of Denmark's laws, so they are allowed to continue with this mass execution. Year after year, thousands of pilot whales, beaked whales and dolphins are chased into the bay by boats, where they are slaughtered.
    Metal hooks are driven into the stranded mammals' blowholes before their spines are cut. The animals slowly bleed to death. Whole families are slaughtered, and some whales swim around in their family members' blood for hours. Whales and dolphins are highly intelligent creatures and feel pain and fear every bit as much as we do.

    You can sign the petition at this link:

    http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/denmarks-shame
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