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Japan Denies Humpback Deal - Japan


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Chrissy
- 4167 days ago - news.com.au
JAPAN has made no agreement to stop hunting humpback whales, its foreign ministry said today. "There is no (new) written, diplomatic agreement between Japan and the United States over the current specific whaling mission... and whaling in general,''



   

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Chrissy N (118)
Wednesday December 19, 2007, 8:17 pm
Well, just as I thought in my earlier news post,
Japan 'Won't Hunt Humpbacks' - World , there were too many 'thinks" in the USA statement ... basically another LIE!
 

Michael Angel (58)
Thursday December 20, 2007, 1:45 am
http://www.abc.net.au/newsradio/audio/mp3/20071214-whale.mp3

This excellent radio interview. with a professor from Southern Cross University.

Is the whole Japanese whaling thing just a smoke screen for their poaching of Tuna, overfishing, and dolphin killing?
As the Prof. said on the interview, the Japanese have thousands of tonnes of whale meat in freezers that they can't give away.
So what is the point?- national pride? or just very clever manipulation of the media?

A magicians trick "Watch this hand while. . ."
What do you think?
 

Dora Armenia Redfield (90)
Thursday December 20, 2007, 1:30 pm
I have just been watching the BBC news they won't stop but i think
if every1 around the world & the goverment go to town on them they
will have to stop coz they won't have no choise !!
 

Eternal Optimist (115)
Friday December 21, 2007, 7:58 pm
Noted. Thanks Chrissy :)
 
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