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Japan, Norway and allies vote down South Atlantic whale sanctuary - South Korea steps in too

 
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Japan, Norway and allies vote down South Atlantic whale sanctuary - South Korea steps in too
An idea raised by several South American countries to create a haven for whales in the South Atlantic was shot down Monday at the International Whaling Commission.

"You can't really believe that Nauru or Tuvalu has an interest or has studied the sanctuary. They are voting because Japan tells them to," Jose Truda Palazzo, who spearheaded the proposal and now works at the Cetacean Conservation Center in Brazil

Japan and its allies contended that the move was simply unnecessary.

The protected zone would have spanned the waters between South America and Africa south of the equator, touching the edges of an existing sanctuary in the Antarctic. If approved, it would have been the third active sanctuary created by the international commission since its founding, covering breeding grounds for all large whales in the South Atlantic.

Activists argued that it would create a seamless safe zone for migrating whales.

The South Atlantic sanctuary was first suggested in 1999 but has been repeatedly blocked by whaling countries. Japan led other countries in a walkout over the proposed sanctuary last year, leaving the International Whaling Commission short of the quorum needed to even hold a vote.
Under commission rules, three-fourths of the countries represented in it had to agree to create the sanctuary.

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The whales will create more tsunamis for Japan...
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The monetary system has fucked us, it's made people ill.
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07/02/2012 09:33 PM
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nature is not going to stand back and do nothing

do the citizens of these countries know what their leaders are doing here?

do they know that cause and effect are manifesting instantly regarding whales now?

do they know what the effect of these actions are?

harsh and severe to put it lightly

no excuses

action is all that counts from here on in
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cheer Captain Nemo cheer
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The whales will create more tsunamis for Japan...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19016454


it's no laughing matter

their last tsunami was a direct result of cause and effect, with the effect being caused by nature. the cause caused by their leaders
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[link to news.smh.com.au]

South Korea flagged plans to resume whaling after more than 20 years.

The revelation at the International Whaling Commission talks in Panama has raised the ire of animal welfare groups

A South Korean delegate to the IWC meeting, Kang Joon-Suk, said his government was considering whaling for scientific research because the minke whale population had recovered since the moratorium began

International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) Australia campaigner Matthew Collis said it would lead to the slaughter of whales when they already face more threats than ever before.

"There is simply no humane way to kill a whale," Mr Collis said in a statement.
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these morans cannot play ignorance anymore and are not only shooting themselves in the foot but are dooming all those around them!

cause and effect

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Brother of South Korean President Is Charged With Bribery

By CHOE SANG-HUN
Published: July 10, 2012

SEOUL, South Korea — The elder brother and mentor of President Lee Myung-bak was arrested on bribery charges early Wednesday, further weakening the political leverage of Mr. Lee, a lame-duck leader already grappling with setbacks in both domestic politics and foreign policy.

The brother, Lee Sang-deuk, a 76-year-old former six-term lawmaker from the president’s party, was charged with taking 600 million won, or about $525,000, in bribes from two bankers.

The bankers have been charged with embezzlement and bribery, and their banks’ operations have been suspended.

Mr. Lee’s detention came hours after he appeared before a judge deliberating whether to issue an arrest warrant. Angry protesters at the court yanked at Mr. Lee’s tie and threw eggs at him but missed
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[link to news.smh.com.au]

South Korea flagged plans to resume whaling after more than 20 years.

The revelation at the International Whaling Commission talks in Panama has raised the ire of animal welfare groups

A South Korean delegate to the IWC meeting, Kang Joon-Suk, said his government was considering whaling for scientific research because the minke whale population had recovered since the moratorium began

International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) Australia campaigner Matthew Collis said it would lead to the slaughter of whales when they already face more threats than ever before.

"There is simply no humane way to kill a whale," Mr Collis said in a statement.
 Quoting: Xenophon


South Korea backs down on whaling
July 13, 2012

SOUTH Korea has dropped plans for whaling

the Korean Foreign Minister Kim Sung-hwan told him of the change of heart at a meeting in Cambodia yesterday.

''I was very heartened that he indicated to me that plans for scientific whaling, as it's called, would not proceed,'' Senator Carr told the ABC. ''I acknowledge the nation's responsiveness and leadership.''

The shift is a defeat for the South Korean Ministry of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, whose officials last week unveiled the plan to take minke whales off the country's coast.

[link to www.smh.com.au]

in yo fuckin face South Korean Ministry of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries!!!

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