29 Nov '12, 6pm

"A Tradition of Extinction" Commentary by @ErwinVermeulen1 via @seashepherd

"A Tradition of Extinction" Commentary by @ErwinVermeulen1 via @seashepherd

Japan demands respect for their culture and traditions, always the last line of defense when reason and common sense fail. There can be no respect for a tradition of extinction, nor can the rest of the world close their eyes to the criminal acts of cruelty committed. Where the morally bankrupt government of Japan fails, people who do care have to step in. Sea Shepherd is the only organization actively intervening to enforce conservation law and to show these atrocities to the world.

Full article: http://www.seashepherd.org/commentary-and-editorials/2012...

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