The sea is colored of red, but nothing to do with a climatic effect of the nature watch this by yourself

The must of this cruelty with which the human beings (to be civilized) kill hundreds of the famous and intelligent Dolphins Calderon. All this happens year after year in the Feroe island in Denmark, in this massacre participate mainly young people WHY, just Because? In order to demonstrate that these same young people already have arrived at an adult age “maturity”

To this celebration regularly nobody lack not to lose “ the diversion ”. All participate in a way or another one, killing or seeing the cruelty “ supporting it like spectator.

It is possible to mention that the dolphin Calderon, like almost all the other species of dolphins, one approaches the man to interact and to play solely with peaceful friendship gesture.

Thus, so play the human beings: they ended up all it throwing to lose or violently and destructive until insanity that allows our nature.

They don't die right away, they are penetrated with hooks, at those moments the dolphin are crying under this torture!

There is no compassion from this barbarian young peoples until this docile one bleeds slowly and suffers by tremendous wounded until fighting itself and dying in its own blood.

Finally these heroes of the island, now either are adult reasonable right facts and, or have demonstrated their maturity!

It is already enough! .......RE POST this message until it arrives at some protective animal association, we don't watch it only that turns us into WATCHING accomplices.

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Comment by Marc on November 8, 2010 at 4:36pm

Thanks for posting this - this is cruel unecessary barbarism. Are there any currently open petitions that you know of in the EU/ UK?

Comment by Maria Helena Batista Romão on November 4, 2010 at 6:37pm
wonderful idea to form a group of healers to try to resolve and heal this atrocities...the same way we joined to heal the sea living beings in the golf of Mexico....did you know that after all it was not an oil spill...experts say it was an underwater vulcano?
I hope Bill Austin joins us in this healing group and sessions (this is an invitation Bill)...YOU master many different tools for healing in these cases...
very good idea ASHANA...Bill Austin is our family in Humanity Healing and he will be pleased to join us and help you organize this sessions to get everybody joining...
Lots of love, Helena
Comment by Roberto Durante on November 4, 2010 at 10:05am
Comment by Roberto Durante on November 4, 2010 at 8:58am
here is one of the link where you can sign a petition to stop this barbarian tradition
lets stop this for ever, lets protected our sea family who was long long time before we appear on this planet
Comment by tree faerie darlene on November 4, 2010 at 5:36am
"Situated in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean, roughly half way between Scotland and Iceland, the Faroes are made up of 18 mountainous islands, 17 of which are inhabited by the population of 48,000. The language of the Faroe Islands is Faroese, a west Nordic language most closely related to Icelandic, which derives from the language of the Norsemen who settled the islands from Norway and the northern British isles over 1100 years ago.

The Faroe Islands are a self-governing nation within the Kingdom of Denmark. Under the existing constitutional arrangements, the Faroese Parliament legislates independently of Denmark on all areas of self-government as defined by the Home Rule Act, including the conservation and management of fish and whale stocks within the 200-mile fisheries zone. Unlike Denmark, the Faroe Islands are not a member of the EU, but maintain bilateral trade agreements and bilateral fisheries agreements with the EU and number of other countries, including their nearest neighbours, Norway and Iceland."

Based on the above reference to the Home Rule Act, I think The Faroe Islands legislate issues such as this one without regard to Denmark.
Comment by tree faerie darlene on November 4, 2010 at 5:21am
This is from a paper by:
Jústines Olsen,
Senior Veterinarian
Faroe Veterinary Service
Varðagøtu 85
FO-100 Tórshavn
Faroe Islands

* English translation of paper: “Om avlivningsmetoder og udstyr for færøsk grindefangst”(NAMMCO/99/WS/2), presented to the NAMMCO Workshop on Hunting Methods, Nuuk, Greenland, 9 – 11 February 1999.

"According to Faroese legislation it is also permitted to hunt certain species of small cetaceans other than pilot whales. These include: bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus); Atlantic white-beaked dolphin (Lagenorhynchus albirostris); Atlantic white-sided dolphin (Lagenorhynchus acutus); and harbour porpoise ( Phocaena phocaena).

The hunting of these dolphin species, with the exception of harbour porpoises, is done in the same way as the pilot whale hunt. It is not uncommon for these species to occur and be caught together with a school of pilot whales, or in separate schools. The regulations stipulate that they shall be driven into the same authorised locations and killed according to the same methods and procedures which apply to the pilot whale hunt. The division of the catch is also regulated, but the regulations are not as detailed as for the division of a catch of pilot whales.

There are also specific regulations for the hunting of harbour porpoise. Harbour porpoises are killed with shotguns and numbers taken must be reported to the relevant district sheriff. According to statistics, the number of harbour porpoises shot on an annual basis is very low - from 0 to 10 animals.

Other than these species, there has since early times in the Faroes been a tradition for a very limited catch of bottlenose whales (Hyperoodon ampullatus). This catch has been largely confined to two villages, Hvalba and Sandvík, on the southern island of Suðuroy, where it has been a more or less regular event to kill the 2 or 3 bottlenose whales a year that strand there or are found close to shore in these villages. For the last few years, only animals which have become stranded themselves have been killed. The method used is the same for pilot whales. The division of the catch of a bottlenose is no longer regulated by law, but the common practice for the division of the meat and blubber remains the same for the few animals which are killed".

I just thought I ought to post this, as it is pretty clear that Dolphins and Porpoise are affected (my error below for just going by the other websites references), even thought their numbers are not as great as the Pilot Whales. :(

... I wish that all of the killing would just stop.
Comment by tree faerie darlene on November 4, 2010 at 4:57am
This is a link to the Faroe Islands whaling website. The island peoples use the meat and blubber as a staple in their diets, it appears. While it does not appear so in the photo, by using the techniques they do and the modern weaponry, I think their way of killing the whales is no less barbaric than the way we kill fish in other parts of the world, with trawlers and nets in which the fish just die a slow, painful death. (as a side note, in Holland, it is common practice for a chef/cook to put a knife into the neck of a lobster before throwing it in the pot of boiling water,whereas here in the U.S., the cooks just cruelly pop the poor fellows into the pot... I will never eat another lobster, for their screams are too much for me to bear).

For this reason, I say until we are all vegetarian and also do not eat fish, which I am working on, we cannot really judge others who fish for their food, such as native and island peoples. Are we any better for buying our fish in the supermarkets? I think not. We may not have killed the fish with our own hands, but we have supported its killing by eating it later.

Please forgive my writing this much, but I just had to. I pray that eventually everyone will stop eating our friends, the fish and animals, so that we can live side by side in peace and love the way we were meant to. Love and namaste!
Comment by tree faerie darlene on November 4, 2010 at 4:26am
i have just read on care2 that this picture is not of dolphins, but the long finned pilot whale. however, this does not make it a nice practice. here is a link i found connected to the photo...

The petition from was closed (26,000 plus signatures) and sent to the Prime Minister of Denmark during February of 2010.
Comment by tree faerie darlene on November 4, 2010 at 3:53am
this kind of bararism is one reason why i am now a vegetarian. .... i did know that denmark was killing dolphins and am very, very sad to hear that. dolphins are our friends and they love us, show us how to have fun and are full of pure joy. i love them, seals and whales, and all creatures and animals. love and comfort to all of the sea creatures so they will know we love them!!!!
Comment by Roberto Durante on November 3, 2010 at 6:22pm
here Ashana, Nina my daughter, she love dolphin, they are eternal love

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