Boycott JAPAN until THE KILLING STOPS!

  • By: Hans Lak
  • Target: Japanese Government
Hans Lak Whaledefender wildlifefoundation.info actiongroup whales
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To call the whaling programme research is a hoax.  The International Whaling commission has declared that the results of the programme are currently of no use, and non-lethal alternatives exist for determining all of the programme objectives relevant to whale conservation.  4,000 tonnes of the whalemeat which the hunt produces remains unsold, giving the lie to the suggestion that the whale hunt could become a commercially sustainable activity.

The current whale hunt in the Southern Ocean is neither scientifically useful nor commercially viable.

We will Boycott Japan and stop buying Japanese products until the killing of whales stops!

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Mr. Yasuo Fukuda, Prime Minister of Japan
Mr. Yoshimi Watanabe, Minister of Administrative Reform
Mr. Fukushiro Nukaga, Minister of Finance
cc:  Mr. Ichiro Ozawa, President of Democratic Party

Dear Ministers,

To call the whaling programme research is a hoax.  The International Whaling commission has declared that the results of the programme are currently of no use, and non-lethal alternatives exist for determining all of the programme objectives relevant to whale conservation.  4,000 tonnes of the whalemeat which the hunt produces remains unsold, giving the lie to the suggestion that the whale hunt could become a commercially sustainable activity.

We ask you to stop the killing immediately! The current whale hunt in the Southern Ocean is neither scientifically useful nor commercially viable.

We the undersigned ask you to stop the killing now and will stop buying Japanese products until the killing stops!
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