exportedkiwi Post time 2012-12-29 07:46:50

dusty1 Post time: 2012-12-29 05:19 static/image/common/back.gif
He played the man first, I am playing by the rules he has set, if he decides to be nice, I will be ...

Fair enough, I hope you can both play nicely!

exportedkiwi Post time 2012-12-29 07:47:00

grb Post time: 2012-12-29 05:19 static/image/common/back.gif
Chinese history books!!??  Do those includes Mousey Tongues Little Red Comic Book?

:lol

dusty1 Post time 2012-12-29 07:53:49

exportedkiwi Post time: 2012-12-29 07:46 static/image/common/back.gif
Fair enough, I hope you can both play nicely!

:handshake

exportedkiwi Post time 2012-12-29 08:11:44

dusty1 Post time: 2012-12-29 06:53 static/image/common/back.gif


:handshake

raton Post time 2012-12-29 09:53:52

Eudaimonia Post time 2013-1-4 11:58:38

This post was edited by Eudaimonia at 2013-1-4 12:08

Lets set a few facts straight here.

Japan isn't the only country that's currently in the business of whaling - Norway isn't that far behind either. Other than that, if the oceans are emptied it isn't the fault of Japan and Norway alone, many countries used to fish for whales in the past. Japan and Norway are simply continuing this. Still, you'll almost NEVER hear anything other than "bad Japan", coincidence? I think not.

The info that we have about whale population are partly speculation because we don't know exactly how many whales were around in the past. Anyway, from the (most pesimistic!) info that we have we do know that the whales in general aren't in any danger of extinction, only in a few certain areas there's a debate about if whales are in danger and whaling is one of the reasons for that - another reason is polution. So, the whales cannot become extinct due to Japan's and Norway's bad acts.
So, what is all of this?

This is despicable anti-Japanese propaganda, and it's at the same time a way to stop people from thinking about global warming.

I wasn't sure of that until i saw 2 things, the first was the documentary "The Cove" which is food for the mentaly challenged ecologist dolphin-hugger, and a recent report that Sea Sheperd supports china's claim to the senkaku islands. So, this is 100% anti-Japan it's not about any animals, that's bs.

I think there's not much else to be said here, i hope the mighty Japanese fleet sinks every last one of those sea sheperd  anti-Japanese ships (which are probably secretly supported by the CPC the no.1 anti-Japanese government in the world) and i hope that they catch the fugitive who's in charge of  Sea Sheperd and let him rot in prizon for ever and ever.

dusty1 Post time 2013-1-4 12:21:23

Eudaimonia Post time: 2013-1-4 11:58 static/image/common/back.gif
Lets set a few facts straight here.

Japan isn't the only country that's currently in the business o ...

It was a post of interest, nothing political.
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