13 Sep '11, 3am

Cove Guardians are back in Taiji

How can we stop the slaughter without breaking the law? In 2003, we saved 15 dolphins by cutting them free from their nets and releasing them. That is a tactic that could only work once, and it did, but we learned right after that we could not sustain such tactics in the face of increased security. We need to stay within the boundaries of the Japanese law and Rosie has the discipline to ensure that the Cove Guardians do just that. So if we can’t break the law to defend the dolphins what can we do? I have always maintained that the one language that our opposition clearly understands is the language of economics. We must make the hunt more of a financial liability and negate all profits from the slaughter. This means increasing Japanese security costs, motivating consumer boycotts of Japanese products, and keeping the spotlight on this ugly blemish on the entire Japanese so...

Full article: http://www.seashepherd.org/news-and-media/2011/09/12/oper...

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