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Færøerne - Faroe islands - the passage to manhood????

 
Lotus Flower
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Færøerne - Faroe islands - the passage to manhood????
Faroe Islands - the passage to manhood, what do they do to celebrate this wonderful mark?

They stab, a number of times, Calderon Dolphins, this is how they celebrate their passage to manhood. The dolphins end up dying, most probably in excrutiating agony.

The dolphins end up bleeding to death and the whole town watches.

There is no room in this world for cruelty, there is always another way.

IT REALLY IS NOT NECESSARY.

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Last Edited by Lotus Flower on 11/11/2011 06:07 AM
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Sadly.


:-(


DANE
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because he could only do a little.
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Sadly.


:-(


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Sorry Dane, nothing personal against you hf

It don't half rile me though as does other unnecessary cruelty in all walks of life, so not needed.
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Thankful that we Danes do not share the culture of these Færøerne in the land of Denmark itself. Sad that due to monarchy they are thought to have anything in common with 'Danes'. Not even the language is shared. But yes make it stop, for the love of life, just stop....
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Thankful that we Danes do not share the culture of these Færøerne in the land of Denmark itself. Sad that due to monarchy they are thought to have anything in common with 'Danes'. Not even the language is shared. But yes make it stop, for the love of life, just stop....
 Quoting: miodminds


hi Miodminds hf

It's so very sad isn't it.

I am always amazed that most countries in the world have some cruel activity regarding animals and you would think in this day and age, that it would all have been outgrown by now.
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Frankly Dane, I find myself mystified that it continues. Primitive or just stupid? Us humans I mean.... globally at that even :0
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Marcellus:
"Something is rotten in the state of Denmark."
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Hey guys thats not denmark... Their idiot traditions wouldnt be accepted here :)At all!!! But very sad indeed:( I just simply cant grasp have people can make them self do those things...
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Never heard of this in my whole (44) life, and I live "next door" to them. This must be extremely uncommon.
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Hey guys thats not denmark... Their idiot traditions wouldnt be accepted here :)At all!!! But very sad indeed:( I just simply cant grasp have people can make them self do those things...
 Quoting: SuperElgen


Yes, somebody else hinted earlier that it was another culture in that area.

Sorry to all the Danish that do not endorse this practice. I didn't mean it to come over as putting you all in the same pigeon-hole.

hf
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Its not another "area"... Its another contry!!! I promise thats not danish guys.. Its on "Færøerne" in danish... Faroe islands inn english i think, not sure...
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Its not another "area"... Its another contry!!! I promise thats not danish guys.. Its on "Færøerne" in danish... Faroe islands inn english i think, not sure...
 Quoting: SuperElgen


Ahh then I totally apologise hf
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Changed the title hf
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Denmark - the passage to manhood


There is absolutely nothing manly
in this dishonouring and deplorable,
senseless act of violence.
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Thanks :)
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Thanks :)
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No probs smile
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Whale hunting has been a common phenomenon for a long time. It is known to have existed on Iceland, in the Hebrides, and in Shetland and Orkney.

Archaeological evidence from the early Norse settlement of the Faroe Islands c. 1200 years ago, in the form of pilot whale bones found in household remains in Gøta, indicates that the pilot whale has long had a central place in the everyday life of Faroe Islanders. The meat and blubber of the pilot whale has been an important part of the islanders' staple diet. The blubber, in particular, has been highly valued both as food and for processing into oil, which was used for lighting fuel and other purposes. Parts of the skin of pilot whales were also used for ropes and lines, while stomachs were used as floats.

Rights have been regulated by law since medieval times and references are found in early Norwegian legal documents, while the oldest existing legal document with specific reference to the Faroes, the so-called Sheep Letter from 1298, includes rules for rights to, and shares of both stranded whales as well as whales driven ashore.[4]

Records of drive hunts in the Faroe Islands date back to 1584.[5]

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Have a Great day all... See you around ;)
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UMM when a small town in Japan that no Japanese have ever heard of does the same, we are called Japs and nips and all these racials slurs but when a European does it, its so mild..

This is racism!
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UMM when a small town in Japan that no Japanese have ever heard of does the same, we are called Japs and nips and all these racials slurs but when a European does it, its so mild..

This is racism!

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


It is NOT mild, that is why I posted this thread.
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Most part of traditional Faroese food consists of flesh. Because of the rugged, rocky Faroese terrain, grain and vegetables have not been able to grow very well as only about 2% of the 1,393 km2 is arable land and none is set aside for permanent crops.[10] During the winter months the Faroe Islanders´ only option was to mostly eat salted or dried food (this includes meat, pilot whale meat, seabirds, and fish). This means that over the centuries, the pilot whale has been an important source of food and vitamins to the isolated population on the North Atlantic archipelago.

The pilot whale meat and blubber is stored, prepared, and eaten in the Faroese households. This also means that whale meat is not available at supermarkets. Although the Faroe Islands' main export is fish, this does not include pilot whale meat or blubber. An annual catch of 956 pilot whales[11] (1990–1999) is roughly equivalent to 500 tonnes of meat and blubber, some 30% of all meat produced locally in the Faroe Islands.
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UMM when a small town in Japan that no Japanese have ever heard of does the same, we are called Japs and nips and all these racials slurs but when a European does it, its so mild..

This is racism!

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


It is NOT mild, that is why I posted this thread.
 Quoting: Lotus Flower


But you don't hear any name calling and shit.

You think every japanese eat whales and dolphins???
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UMM when a small town in Japan that no Japanese have ever heard of does the same, we are called Japs and nips and all these racials slurs but when a European does it, its so mild..

This is racism!

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


It is NOT mild, that is why I posted this thread.
 Quoting: Lotus Flower


But you don't hear any name calling and shit.

You think every japanese eat whales and dolphins???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


This isn't about YOU and I am glad there isn't name calling and shit.

Stick to the subject, that's how threads go all over the place on here.
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We don't hear any comment like

"Ya those Europeans are bunch of cruel people, etc"
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UMM when a small town in Japan that no Japanese have ever heard of does the same, we are called Japs and nips and all these racials slurs but when a European does it, its so mild..

This is racism!

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


It is NOT mild, that is why I posted this thread.
 Quoting: Lotus Flower


But you don't hear any name calling and shit.

You think every japanese eat whales and dolphins???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


This isn't about YOU and I am glad there isn't name calling and shit.

Stick to the subject, that's how threads go all over the place on here.
 Quoting: Lotus Flower


ok, what is the difference between eating beef and a whale?
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To be honest, standing up for the right for certain type of animal is type of racism or animalism.
You all eat animal protein. No animals wants to die.
Why stand up only for dolphins and whales?
Where is the right for other animals like chicken and etc??

Let's face it, we live as barbarians.
Even if you are vegetarian, you might have an iphone which was built in a factory in China by a Chinese mother who has to feed their kids and is really poor.

This reality is barbaric and is about taking others life for your own.
We are moving into a better world soon.
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It is NOT mild, that is why I posted this thread.
 Quoting: Lotus Flower


But you don't hear any name calling and shit.

You think every japanese eat whales and dolphins???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


This isn't about YOU and I am glad there isn't name calling and shit.

Stick to the subject, that's how threads go all over the place on here.
 Quoting: Lotus Flower


ok, what is the difference between eating beef and a whale?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


...


It is NOT mild, that is why I posted this thread.
 Quoting: Lotus Flower


But you don't hear any name calling and shit.

You think every japanese eat whales and dolphins???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


This isn't about YOU and I am glad there isn't name calling and shit.

Stick to the subject, that's how threads go all over the place on here.
 Quoting: Lotus Flower


ok, what is the difference between eating beef and a whale?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


applause2
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We don't hear any comment like

"Ya those Europeans are bunch of cruel people, etc"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


No we don't and now onwards with the subject.

Stop detracting.
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It is NOT mild, that is why I posted this thread.
 Quoting: Lotus Flower


But you don't hear any name calling and shit.

You think every japanese eat whales and dolphins???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673


This isn't about YOU and I am glad there isn't name calling and shit.

Stick to the subject, that's how threads go all over the place on here.
 Quoting: Lotus Flower


ok, what is the difference between eating beef and a whale?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 938673

Nothing.

This thread is not about Japan or anywhere else, this thread is about Faroe Islands' practice with the dolphins.
Lotus

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