Japan slaughters whales in a sanctuary



No scientific basis for slaughtering whales

Besides being a calamity, it’s utterly ridiculous. Japan pretends it is hunting whales for “scientific purposes”. The United Nations Court of Justice prohibited Japan’s whale hunting four years ago because there is no scientific basis for slaughtering the whales,  whatsoever. But Japan does it anyway.

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Even worse

Japan is hunting minke whales in a restricted area of the Ross Sea in Antarctica, which the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources declared as a sanctuary for a number of different species, including whales!

Well, Japan doesn’t care and keeps decimating these wonderful creatures.

Isn’t there a way to stop this insanity? How long will the international community turn a blind eye on this barbarism? The Japanese are such swell people, how can they tolerate this?   For more infos click here 

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To support our campaign, have a look into the first 100 pages of our new novel “Walespirit” – a story about saving the whales, saving the ocean and a passionate love story against all odds –just click here (or go to Amazon, type Whalespirit and click on the cover “WhaleSpirit” by Daniel Thomas).  

Usually, under the “look inside” option, you get to read the first 5-10 pages for free. We asked Amazon to make it possible, that you can read the first 100 pages for free

And if you enjoyed what you have read, buy the novel. For every book sold, 50% of our royalties is going straight as a donation to the non-profit Sea Shepherd Conservation Society!


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To all artists: Please join us!

Japan plans to resume commercial whaling this summer. Let’s show them that we won’t tolerate these massacres any longer. 

Whales are the Buddhas of the oceans, help us protect them. For further information or if you want to support the project, don’t hesitate to contact us – click here. 

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