Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Horrifying Massacre of Whales and Dolphins Turns the Sea Red & 70,000 Dogs Murdered Each Year For Tourist Food

Horrifying Massacre of Whales and Dolphins Turns the Sea Red, Sparks Global Outrage

(Anti Media) Each year in the summer months on a group of islands between Norway and Iceland, nearly 1,000 whales and dolphins are slaughtered in a tradition that turns the sea blood red. Now, images of the locals doing the deed are making their way onto social media, and outrage over the practice is gaining steam.

Earlier this week, The Independent detailed how the ritual, dating back to 1584 and known to local Faroe Islanders as the grindadrap, is carried out:
“As long-finned and short-finned pilot whales swim close to the shore during migration, fishermen surround the mammals in boats and dinghies, herding them towards the beach.
“The entire pods of whales become stranded, are dragged up the beach and slaughtered on the sand or in the shallow water.”

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Investigation Reveals 70,000 Dogs in Bali Murdered & Served To Tourists Every Year

ogs are commonly referred to as “man’s best friend,” with 62% of U.S. households having a pet. They’re as smart as a two-year-old child, dream the same way as humans, have a sixth sense, and, according to science, release oxytocin when interacting with their humans, who also release the love hormone, suggesting that they love their owners just as much as their owners love them.

But not everyone appreciates the companionship of a dog. In fact, every year, 70,000 dogs are slaughtered in Bali, Indonesia. These statistics were revealed through an investigation spearheaded by Animals Australia (AA). The dogs are brutally killed, according to the findings — strangled, bludgeoned, or poisoned — before being fed to tourists who believe they’re eating chicken meat. According to AA, about seven times more dogs are killed in Bali on an annual basis than in the Yulin Dog-Eating Festival in China.

To uncover the reality of Bali’s inconceivable dog trade, an AA undercover investigator spent four months pretending to be a documentary maker. During this time, the man, referred to as Luke, was able to pinpoint the leaders of the industry, who eventually invited him to follow along as they stole, hunted, poisoned, and killed dogs.

“Tourists will walk down a street, they’ll see a street store selling satay but what they are not realizing is the letters RW on the store mean it is dog meat being served,” said AA campaign director Lyn White.

According to AA, the dogs are dumped in bamboo crates or plastic rice sacks once captured. They are then put through an immensely terrifying waiting game. Their mouths taped shut and legs tied together, they wait for hours or days without food or water, until, one by one, they are slaughtered in front of each other.