LETTRE TYPE CONTRE LE MASSACRE DES BEBES PHOQUES
Mail adressé aux ambassades canadiennes en Europe demandant d'arrêter la chasse cruelle aux bébé phoques.
Envoyez-le tous les jours.
Merci d'envoyer tous les jours à :
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Note that I fully agree with the contents of this letter!!
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"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps
to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is
really cooperating with it." Martin Luther King
Dear Madam, dear Sir,
You know what's most sinister about this hunt? They're helpless babies who have absolutely no chance to escape. What would we think of men who club human babies in their cribs - just to rip their skin off? What is the difference? What's the difference between shooting arrows at turkeys tied to strawbales, or clubbing baby seals on snow unable to get away?
Harvesting SKIN? This is the difference between necessity and greed, compassion and barbarism, and totally unacceptable disgusting acts committed by humans. Haven't we learned a thing from our history? One thing I've learned, our species has too many males who should have less testosterone and more estrogen.
Many of the seals were only wounded as the skinning began. Often a seal's tail flipper moved violently, side-to-side, trying to squirm away as it felt the knife. One seal lifted its head and tried to cry out but managed only a soft, throaty birdcall. Several seals tried to grab the knife with their front paws, blindly, pawing and wrenching until they fell still."
Anthony Marr, founder