KAPUHUNA·WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 2019
MSC SHAUN THOMAS VILLAFANA

Whales From Russian “Whale Prison” LET FREE!


The Tale of Whale you grew up watching the classic film “Free Willy”,

 

then you can appreciate the awesome news we have to tell you ~

-‘though it does come with a history lesson of events for those who had no idea of what’s been happening at all.


Whaling ships

 

Whaling Ships – Pixabay

“Whaling”, can you believe it’s even a term? For centuries mankind has hunted whales.

Whaling “was practiced as an organized industry as early as 875 AD.” – (according to wikipedia), By the late 1930s more than 50,000 whales were killed annually.

 

 

 

Amazingly Commercial Whaling has never stopped.

 
The Tale of Whale
Wikipedia
Yes some countries have banned it, and lets not get lost in the details, (but if you do wish to learn more of the details the Wikipedia page is constantly updated.)
 
 
In Men and Whales, Richard Ellis wrote of how whaling used to be considered admirable. –
 
…only through the lens of hindsight that the whaleman’s job becomes malicious or cruel. . .Oil was needed for light and lubrication; baleen was needed for skirt hoops and corset stays. That whales had to die to provide these things is a fact of seventeenth-, eighteenth-, and nineteenth-century life. . .

 

The Tale of Whale

 

A Chained and Caged Orca Whale, sad and crying, wondering why the land mammals are doing this to her.

(blog.therainforestsite.greatergood.com/gfl-100-trapped-whales)

RT News

 

 

 

 

Thankfully,

Russian officials had class and a sense of decency – showing humility by calling out for help and asking other nations for assistance in how to solve this issue.

Well we are proud and happy to bring you great news of the release and freedom of the whales!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4911HX4O0QE&feature=youtu.be

https://youtu.be/-3faA9v5sR8

Thank you for tuning into this update!

Much more to come.

 
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