Saturday, June 22, 2013
Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians recruitment video?
Cove Guardians recruitment video?
Sea Shepherd’s Cove Guardians are preparing for the 2013 – 2014 save the dolphins campaign in Taiji, Japan.
During the 2012 – 2013 Taiji harassment season there were anywhere from twenty to thirty of Sea Shepherd’s Cove Guardians in Taiji, Japan. The 20 or 30 Cove Guardians were there doing the work 2 or 3 can accomplish. So with 20 or 30 of them there, they were dropping a lot of money into the local economy: car rental, gasoline, hotel rooms, and food. All this was rather expensive for 2 or 3 however now multiply the cost by 20 to 30.
What is interesting is this past season there were more Cove Guardians in Taiji than in years past and also more captured dolphins than in years past. Huh? How is that?
The save the dolphin crowd state Taiji should stop their dolphin activity and instead promote a dolphin watching tourist industry. Guess what? Taiji already has a vibrant dolphin watching tourist industry with 20 to 30 Cove Guardians standing at the water’s edge, arms crossed, watching the dolphins. Taiji made plenty of money off the Cove Guardians while making plenty of money from the bountiful dolphin harvest. The good people of Taiji are enjoyed the best of both. Can we say thanks to the Cove Guardians? Or how about thanks to one particular Cove Guardian?
Cove Guardian Melissa on her Facebook page claims to be an animal communicator (see link below). Could it be the bountiful dolphin harvest was due to dolphins from all over the Pacific Ocean swimming to Taiji to hear what Melissa has to communicate to them?
Could it be Melissa was calling them to Taiji so they can be captured, and Sea Shepherd / Cove Guardians can get graphic, dramatic videos, live-stream, and photographs aimed to tug at the hearts and wallets of emotional supporters around the world?
In either case the bountiful dolphin capture has to be related to this animal communicator. How come she did not communicate to the dolphins to swim away from Taiji, or when once caught to jump over the nets? Simple answer: No dolphins in Taiji meant no dramatic video and photographs which means no money from supporters around the world.
While the Cove Guardians were in Taiji they took two joy rides masquerading as following dolphin trucks to see where they end up. They followed the first truks to Tokyo about eight hours then claimed they lost the truck in Tokyo. Then they followed another truck to Osaka about three and a half hours then claimed they were blocked by police. Basically they were joy rides at $16.00 a gallon for gasoline.
To join the Cove Guardians for the upcoming 2013 – 2014 season starting this September, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org for an application package.
They live-stream what takes place in Taiji:http://taiji.ezearth.tv/
The Cove Guardians also post photographs on their Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/SeaShepherdCoveGuardiansOfficialPage?ref=ts&fref=ts
On their Facebook page you can read the pain and suffering these foreigners experience while documenting for the world the dolphin activity in Taiji, Japan. Their posted descriptions of these photographs are followed by comments of pain and torment.
On Melissa’s Facebook page she announces she is a:“Professional Animal Communicator and Psychic Medium, able to bridge the gap of communications between Humans and Animals and the Living and Deceased.”
Melissa the animal communicators Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/SeaShepherdCoveGuardiansOfficialPage?ref=ts&fref=ts#!/MelissaSehgal/info
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Posted by Tony aka: PropagandaBuster at 9:40 AM
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