Comments:Japan fishermen clash with surfers over 2007 dolphin hunt
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This quote makes perfect sense, "Japan argues that whaling is still carried out for scientific reasons, to understand species population numbers." - You see when Japan can no longer find any whales, or dolphins, they will conclude that the population number is zero and thus find their scientific research complete! --Nzgabriel | Talk 05:30, 2 November 2007 (UTC)
WOW SOMEDAY WE"RE GONNA REGRET THIS
human race is a killing machine.....creates and destroys...hopefully someday we will regret this and we will pay for this some way
Mercury poisoning outbreak emminent!!!
I was extremely disturbed to see the total lack of empathy, care and most of all intelligence, of the SMALL group of fishermen in Taiji, that seem to have the power to "keep at bay" all who try to show the world how their earn a buck! (adamant that there is nothing wrong with their job, but the go to extremes to hide it). Even more disgusting, not only do Japanese zoos', but worldwide "Sea World" type organisations go to take their pick of the Dolphins they choose to break and train and make $$$M. To top it off, they are feeding the highly toxicated, mercury filled meat to their country under false pre tense, including their neighbours, their pregnant women, children and themselves! Japan just can't seem to do a thing right.