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1 August, 2016 Leave a comment

WHALING IS CURRENTLY AN ISSUE OF HOT INTERNATIONAL DEBATE, and the whale hunts in the Faroe Islands are at the center of the controversy. (The Faroe Islands are a small archipelago in the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of Scotland and halfway between Iceland and Norway).

The Faroese hunt pilot whales in a tradition known as the Grindadrap, (a.k.a the Grind); a non commercial whale hunt which occurs annually to provide a source of local food. However the international attention the nation has received has largely misrepresented the Faroese way of life, and many arguments made by protestors are often both incorrect and misleading.

Whale hunting in the Faroe Islands has received a bad reputation. But here’s what social media is getting wrong:

1. The Faore Islands are Danish and thus must abide by European Union laws.

The Faroe Islands are a self-governing country within the Danish Realm. They act independently of Denmark in all areas of self government, which includes the conservation and management of fish and whale stocks.

It is important to understand that an essential feature of the Faroese foreign policy is the fact that they chose to remain outside the European Union when Denmark chose to enter as a member state. So while Denmark is a member of the EU where whale hunting for commercial purposes has been prohibited through international treaties, the Faroe Islands are not.

The only thing that Denmark does in the Faroe Islands is to protect the island’s rights. The Faroese do not have a military force, so therefore the police are Danish. When people say the Danish military has become involved with the grind, the police have asked them for help. They are patrolling the sea area of the Faroe Islands protecting Danish Authority over Danish ground.

2. Whaling in the Faroe Islands is illegal.

Whaling in the Faroe Islands continues because it is legal. Whether or not you believe that it should be, these hunts are not against the law. There’s no room for opinion to try and claim otherwise even though many on social media do.

The grind is a non-commercial practice. The meat is not exported, but kept for the local community and distributed as free food (similar to whaling in Greenland or Alaska where the meat and blubber is harvested for their own consumption). Since there is no international trading, the islands are not in violation of international law.

As mentioned above, despite ties to Denmark, the islands do not form part of the European Union, and are therefore not party to international treaties which outlaw whaling.

3. The pilot whale hunted in the Faroe Islands is an endangered species.

Pilot whales are not an endangered species. They are not listed on the WWF endangered species list nor are they listed as endangered on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s Red List.

With an average of around 1,000 animals killed each year in the Faroe Islands, the practice is internationally considered sustainable. This represents less than 1% of the total estimated pilot whale stock.

4. The hunts are not humane.

Animal welfare is taken very seriously in the Faroe Islands. Legislation requires that all animals slaughtered for meat are killed as quickly and humanely as possible, and this law is strictly enforced. Claims that whales are bludgeoned and hacked to death are completely incorrect.

Whales are killed with a spinal lance called the grindaknivur. This is used to sever the spinal cord and cut off blood supply to the brain, resulting in a loss of consciousness and death within seconds. Only approved weapons and techniques are used, and these are constantly reviewed and developed to keep up with technological and academic advances.

The hunts are opportunistic — they only occur when whales are sighted by chance, and close enough to land to drive into the shores of shallow bays and beach. There is no disputing that they are killed in the sea, though the blood loss in the bays makes for a very dramatic sight. Images of this scene are captured and circulated online to provoke strong reactions, especially from those who have never witnessed the slaughter of animals from which the meat they consume derives.

No animal killed on the Faroe Islands is ever kept in an enclosure. Pilot whales are free right up until the point at which they are killed; the ultimate definition of free range and organic. They are never interfered with until the hunt.

5. The hunts are a cultural ritual.

The hunts are a tradition, not a ritual. And this is an important distinction. A tradition is a cultural element passed through generations. The Faroese have been hunting pilot whale for the past 1,200 years as a means of providing the local community with food.

A ritual, on the other hand, is a procedure or collection of processes relating to a rite or ceremony. And there is no ceremony or rite attached to the hunts. False statements on social media include that young people kill as a rite of passage into adulthood, that whales are hunted for fun, and that the this is a ritual blood sport. But this is completely incorrect.

The sole purpose of hunting pilot whales in the Faroe Islands has always been to provide the local community with food. And this will always continue to be.

6. Eating Pilot Whale is no longer necessary — there is plenty of food.

This one is open for argument. The mountainous islands and harsh conditions of the Faroes are largely unfit for agriculture, and as such, the islanders have historically depended on fishing, livestock…and whales. Severely isolated from the rest of the world, it was once vital that the Faroese were able to provide their own food, and pilot whales were instrumental to survival.

Though this no longer the case, it is important to note that whale meat does still represent about a quarter of the meat consumption in the Faroes, and as such remains economically significant. If the Faroese were to stop hunting whales, they would need to catch a lot more fish or kill other animals within their environment as replacement.

In an article focused on setting the record straight, Maria Jacobsen says “if the argument is specifically against the use of pilot whales as meat over the use of other animals as meat, then the argument seems redundant in itself. The use of pilot whales for meat allows for free range, organic and sustainable food production that is humanely and ethically sourced, heavily monitored and regulated, and locally produced, eliminating environmental transportation costs. When this meat source is compared with the industrial farming practices of large-scale meat producers that would likely replace it, the environmental and ethical issues are hugely overshadowed.”

7. The best way to protest is through provocative anti-whaling campaigns.

The problem with provocative anti-whaling campaigns such as those mounted by the Sea Shepherd is that they are unfair in their approach, and highly counterproductive. Hate speech plagues social media, propaganda quickly spreads, and myth and misinformation is intentionally circulated online. Though this only strengthens the desire of Faroese nationalists to hold onto their cultural heritage, and the result is more polarization on the issue.

Activists insist that whalers are morally wrong to slaughter pilot whales, though whalers stand firm in that they refuse to be bullied by outsiders trying to impose their own world view.

The willingness of activists in the Faroe Islands to break the law by interfering with the hunts has resulted in imprisonment, deportation, and the discussion of a ban of members of the Sea Shepherd organization. And this is a shame, as these stories overshadow and frustrate the efforts of peaceful organizations who are protesting on the islands with valid points and respectful methods.

Those who become swept up in a war of words and desire to attack the character of the Faroese as a society have lost sight of their cause and forgotten about the whales they should be fighting to save. Name calling has never saved a whale. The only way to make a positive impact through protesting in this scenario is a willingness to engage in reasoned, diplomatic discourse. 

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Whale Killing is Humane, says Whaler

16 August, 2015 Leave a comment


2015-08-15 17:37:20

By Hans J. Hermansen – Past president and board member for 22 years for the Faroese Pilot Whaler’s Association.

The entire population of Faroe Islands, undertaking their annual ritual, rushed from one whale bay to the other. In a killing spree, men, women and children partied for days as they merrily went about hacking whales to death for fun.

They slaughtered a few hundred sweet and intelligent marine mammals, who without GPS devices or other nautical assistance had strayed within these barbarians’ territorial waters.

And this is part of the Kingdom of Denmark. They do not need the meat and blubber up there. They can consume products from the Supermarket that other civilized people eat which is slaughtered behind closed doors without any visible blood to offend sensibilities.

This is pretty much the impression that many people have after seeing reports from the recent killing of pilot whales in the Faroe Islands. The source is footage is from Sea Shepherd designed to outrage viewers about this apparently offensive spectacle and getting them to dig deep into their pockets to support the dubious activities of “Captain” Paul Watson and his acolytes.

So we have bold headlines and graphic images all disseminated worldwide now amplified many times over by social media. Seemingly, in Anno Domini 2015, we have a phenomena which illustrate the philosopher Herbert Spencer’s (1820-1903) maxim “Opinion is ultimately determined by the feelings and not by the intellect.”

Thus, we let ourselves get enraged over what we see and experience, or rather: think we see and experience. We get the latest news served as ready meals and fast food suitably tailored for the purpose. And we consume indiscriminately and get enraged over the cruelty of these barbarians. It makes our blood boil.

I can state the following facts:

  • The pilot whale is not an endangered species (according to NAMMCO approx. 600,000-800,000 animals in the North Atlantic).
  •  Blubber and meat go for human consumption (exploitation: 53 percent of body weight).
  •  The killing method is humane (fastest method of killing of wild mammals, both on land and in water, IWC Glasgow 1992).
  •  Whaling is regulated (0.3 percent of the stock are killed annually- reproduction rate is 8 percent).
  •  Pilot whaling and killing methods are evaluated in the Faroe Islands.
  •  Pilot whaling is a completely random and non-commercial traditional hunting.
  •  With an effective and humane method of killing- we get the best meat/blubber.
  •  It is every hunter’s duty, honour and pride to kill any animal as quickly and humanely as possible.
  •  We would not kill these animals if the justification was merely based on cultural tradition, and the first three criteria were not satisfied.

Most of what we consume in the western world is killed behind closed doors in specialized slaughterhouses. These animals are transported to their deaths in special transports from their cells, where they have spent their lives. They have undoubtedly had a good life with a full stomach. Then we find the food ready-made in supermarkets. For example recently slaughtered battery hens, temptingly wrapped in a purpose-made ​​decorative coffin, just to cremate and consume.

Unfortunately, this type of mechanical process is not possible when we take 50-200 pilot whales a few times each year. And yes, it can be a dismaying spectacle with the blood flowing freely into the sea. We cannot hide that from the outside world nor do we try to do so.

“Opinion is ultimately determined by the feelings, and not by the intellect.”

Our attention, energy, intensity and intimacy is focused 100 percent on the job at hand during those few minutes a whale killing takes place. Afterwards, there is always an evaluation of the operation by the experienced pilot hunters, who are all trained in the job.

So, is whale killing very different from killing other animals? Are we Faroese so much different from other meat-eating people?

Or should we fall into line with the moralists and hypocrites, wash our hands of the dilemma and shout “Crucify!” Then let our heritage become neutralized and accessible only in the museums and art galleries?

But the life goes on. In 2015, how many people really think about where the animal that they eat comes from, or the killing method employed while they enjoy the exquisite product possibly with a cheeky glass of wine. And how social and civilized it is to chat on these occasions with friends and neighbours about all sorts of issues and future themes.

The topic of killing pilot whales has the potential for a healthy debate, but it but it would not hurt if it were spiced with a hint of truth. But, this is difficult when so many of today’s civilized people seem to gravitate to the famous words: If it is fact, then deny a fact!


Amerikansk domstol stempler Sea Shepherd som pirater

25 June, 2015 Leave a comment
"Farley Mowatt" fra Sea Shepherd. Selv mener Sea Shepherd at piratstempelet er latterlig. Arkivfoto: Sea Shepherd
Amerikansk domstol slår fast av Sea Shepherd sine angrep er “selveste definisjonen på piratvirksomhet”.

Dommen falt i det niende distriktet i USAs ankedomstol denne uka, og dommer Alex Kozinski var ikke nådig, skriver

“Du trenger ikke et trebein eller en øyelapp. Når du kjører rett inn i andre skip, kaster syrebeholdere, legger ut armerte tau i vannet for å skade propeller og ror, kaster røykbomber og nødbluss med kroker og retter kraftige lasere mot andre skip, er du utvilsomt en pirat, uansett hvor edel du mener hensikten er,” heter det i dommen.

Det opprinnelige søksmålet kom fra en gruppe japanske forskere som jakter på hval i Sørishavet. Sea Shepherd har i årevis jaget japanske hvalfangere i farvannene utenfor Antarktis for å beskytte dyrene, noe japanerne vil ha en slutt på.

Gruppen, som omtales som “Cetacean”, er også i konflikt med Australia, skriver NRK. Australia har forbudt all hvalfangst i sine farvann.

“Men det er Australia, ikke Sea Shepherd, som skal håndheve loven i australske farvann,” heter det videre i dommen som NRK refererer fra.

Dommeren kritiserer også en lavere domstol for å ha kastet ut det første søksmålet, og slår fast at angrepene fra Sea Shepherd er “selveste definisjonen på piratvirksomhet”.

Sea Shepherd-talsmann Scott West sier til The Guardian at dommen bare er en mening, og kaller piratstempelet “latterlig”.

– Det er ingen personlig vinning, og det er ikke noe vold involvert, sier West.

Japans fiskeriminister Yoshimasa Hayashi inntar en mer diplomatisk holdning.

– Kan vi ikke bare bli enige om å være uenige? Vi har denne kulturen, og det har ikke dere, sier han til nyhetsbyrået AFP.

Sea Shepherd varsler at de vil anke saken videre i det amerikanske rettssystemet, og fastholder at det er japanerne som er de virkelige piratene.

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1 September, 2014 Leave a comment

The fundamental principle of the animal rights movement is that animals have basic interests that deserve recognition, consideration, and protection. Let ́s respect that.

Besides let ́s also respect the nature given us, which for instance requires that the survival of the human is by killing the animals for food.

We must respect the nature. Live with it, from it, and therefore we must do the hunting with respect for the sustainability. Sustainability are values which Faroes whalehunting build its hunting on. Though Sea Shephard claims the opposite.

We are aware of the whale stock, which recognized research tells us is not threatened. Though Sea Shephard claims the opposite.

And we don ́t hunt more whale than we eat! Though Sea Shephard claims the opposite.

Some are against killing whales other against killing cows. We respect that though we will not copy it.

Ironically against-whale-hunting-people ignore the big problems animals around the world are in, and put all their focus on the sort which gives blood-pictures. The argument seems to be that whales are so cute and so intelligent. Does such logic say that we must treat creatures depending on how sweet and intelligent they are? That ́s scary! But if we stay with that view, we allready know that many animals are more intelligent than the whales.

And some scientists research even tells us, that some animals are even more intelligent than human beings. We just do not understand each other.

Allthough all this I don ́t think we shall treat neither animal nor people after their intelligence nor their cuteness.

I will not live after Sea Shephards view on how we ought to live. It is unnatural. I think whales as well as other animals have both moral and legal rights. Therefore we must avoid all animal killing from suffering. But we can ́t avoid killing animals.

I ́ve noticed you think human beings should not eat animals. Only fruit and vegetables. I disagree with that.

Human beings as well as other creatures on earth are made for each other. The ecosystem is a food chain, which order is where the different organisms eat each order.

We, the human beings are a part of this chain, though some will take us out of it.

I ́ve noticed that you on Sea Shephard homepage yell at the Faroese people and shout “give them Hell”. I can tell you, that you give the whales in the oceanes Hell every day. You might forget, that it is not our whale hunting, but your way of living that is the biggest threat for the whales alive. Your lifestyle contaminates and even poisons the whales – and you don ́t seem to care. That is what threatenes all the whales in all the oceanes every day. Why don ́t you do something about that?

I tried to say my opinion on one of Sea shephards homepage yesterday. But, God, the opponents. Here is a small portion of it:

• “…you barbarian you have already lost some brain cells and have no soul.”

• “You are utter scum”

• “Annita the difference is cows are not as intelligent creatures with feelings and love for their baby’s.”

• “Anita. In short you make no sence and your people are barbaric monsters”

• “You defend the slaughter? If so your nothing but a monster! An evil monster!”

If this way of talking to other people is representative for Sea Shephards, I must admit my sceptical view on you as an animal pretender. Can such people understand fundamental principle of the animal rights. Animals have basic interests that deserve recognition, consideration, and protection. Those values are hard to find among those who throw so much hatred to dissidents.

Ps this letter was set in as a comment on Sea Shephard homepage.

Annita á Fríðriksmørk

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Heilsufremjandi selen í tvøsti

30 August, 2014 Leave a comment

Tvøst inniheldur serliga nógv selen, sum er evnafrøðilig bundið í samrunar, ið hindra niðurbróting av lívstýðandi mýlum og reinsar kroppin fyri eiturevni.

13.09.2011Hóraldur Joensen

Dálkingarevni í grindahvali væl kend

Grindahvalurin í norðurhøvum er vorðin illa dálkaður ta seinastu hálvu øldina. Henda vanlukkuliga støða er væl kend millum manna orsakað av, at tey ymsu og mongu heilsuringu dálkingarevnini eru kannaði og umtalaði í stóran mun. Øðrvísi er við teimum heilsugóðu evnunum. Hesi eru minni væl kend, og nakað, hóast alt ov lítið, hevur verið gjørt her á landi fyri at kanna hesi evni.

Heilsugóð evni í tvøsti

Grindahvalurin í norðurhøvum verður stórt sæð einans gagnnýttur til matna av okkum føroyingum, og áttu vit tessvegna sjálvi skjótast møguligt at fari í lag við gera neyðugar framkomnar føðsluvirðis- og heilsukanningar. Her á landi er ongantíð fíggjarlig orka sett av til at gera eina heildarheilsumeting av fyrimunum og vansum av at grind og spik. Fleiri kanningar, flestu gjørdar uttanlands, vísa tó, at mong heilsugóð evni eru at finna í tvøsti. Hesi umfata fleiri evni, eitt nú carnitin, taurin og fleiri selen-samrunar.

Selen-rík siðbundin føði

Í Grønlandi hevur fólkið higartil fingið nóg mikið av heilsufremjandi seleni gjøgnum tann siðabunda marina matin umfatandi hval, kóp, fisk og fugl. Men føðsluserfrøðingar bera ótta fyri, at verðandi selen-ríka føðin verður troðka burtur av dygdarverri selen-armum kosti, nú land inuitta spakuliga verður europuserað og amerikaniserað. Selen í hóskandi nøgd (55 mikrogram/dag) er neyðugt fyri mannakroppin. Selen virkar móti krabbameini, økir livialdurin, styrkir immunskipanina, mennir mentalt virksemi, hjálpir móti hjartasjúkum, avmarkar ovurfiti, verjir móti virus, fær endocrinar kertlar í javnvág, mennir sáðkyknuframleiðslu og nøringarevni, minkar møguleikan fyri burðarsliti, mótvirkar astma, gikt og cystiskari fibrosu. Selen-trot kann harafturat føra til serligan form fyri dvørgvøkstur.

Tvøst inniheldur nógv selen

Sammett við fleiri aðrar matvørur, so sum fiskur og ymsir fiskaúrdráttir, høsnarungi, lambskjøt, neytakjøt, svínakjøt, ymisk korn- og grón-sløg, mjólk, ostur, egg, aldin og grønmeti, so er innihaldið av seleni serliga høgt í tvøsti. Mátingar vísa, at rátt toskaflak inniheldur 28 mikrogram/100g av seleni og feskt tvøst 185 mikrogram/100g. Selen-innihaldið í tvøsti er altso áleið sjey ferðir hægri enn í toski.

Verjandi virkningur av selen

Selen í tvøsti er bundið í evnafrøðiliga samrunar av ymsum sløgum so sum Se-cystein, Se- methionin eins og hópin av selen-proteinum og selen-enzymum. Millum teir týdningarmestu kveikarnar er glutathione peroxidasa (GPx), ið er eitt antioxidant enzym. Hetta enzym forðar fyri oxidativari niðurbróting av lívstýðandi mýlum. Harafturat vísa súgdjórakanningar, at selen-rík føði førir til selen-ríkaðan vevnað, ið virkar ímóti eitran av methyl-kyksilvur. Úreitringin umfatar mong reaktiónstrin, eitt nú demethylering, ger av kyksilvur-selen complexinum, HgSe, og savning av hesum í lysosomunum í livrakyknum. Haðani fer hetta complexið gjøgnum gall-gongina og út í tarmarnar. Umleið 95% af upptiknum kyksilvuri verður skilt út við skarninum og einans 0,05% við landinum. Úrskiljingin varar í vikur.

Skaðiligt ikki at eta fisk

Í 2010 kunngjørdi WHO og FAO kanningúrslit av fyrimunum og vansum av at eta fisk og fiskavørur. Orsøkin til hesa kanning var stóri ivin um, hvussu heilsugóður fiskur er, eftir at gransking ferð eftir ferð hevur víst, at flestu marinu fiskasløg eru meira og minni dálkaði við eiturevnum. Ùrslitið av hesum drúgva rannsóknararbeiðinum var hetta: tað er skaðiligari ikki at eta fisk enn at eta fisk.

Mentalt menningartarn

Kanningar í Englandi hava víst, at kvinnur, ið hildu seg frá fiski og fiskamati meðan tær vóru tvílívaðar, fingu børn við mentalum menningartarni, sum er mett at vera 60 ferðir verri enn ringasta grand og brek av at eta grind og spik í Føroyum (Raymond L. J. og Ralston N. V. C., 2009). Orsøkin til at kvinnurnar ikki vildu eta fisk var óttin fyri dálkingevnum, ið kundu elva fosturinum mein.

Náttúruvísindadeildin skipaði fyri verkstovu

NVD á Fróðskaparsetur Føroya søkti um og fekk fígging frá AG-fisk, til eina verkstovu um fyrimunir og vansar av at eta hval og kóp í norðurhøvum. AG-fisk er vísindabólkur undir Norðurlendska Ministararáðnum. Verkstovan varð hildin í Keypmannahavn í januar í ár. Luttakararnir komu úr Norðurlondum, Canada, WHO og FAO. Endaliga viðgerðin og frásøgnin er ikki liðug enn.


Raymond L. J. og Ralston N. V. C., 2009. Selenium´s importance in regulatory issues regarding mercury. Fuel Processing Technology, 90, 1333-1338. Les greinina á Science Direct (Krevur hald)



Hóraldur Joensen á starvstovuni á Náttúruvísindadeildini.


Trý ymisk ‘sløg’ av selen.

Pamela Anderson spredte løgne på Færøerne

7 August, 2014 Leave a comment

Shannen Doherty, der blev verdenskendt i Beverly Hills 90210, vil ligesom Pamela Anderson tage til Færøerne for at stoppe grindedrabene.

Pamela Anderson på Færøerne omgivet af medlemmer af Sea Shepher

Pamela Anderson er kommet på glatis på Færøerne, hvor hun efter besøget i København drog til for at stoppe de årlige grindedrab sammen med organisationen Sea Shepherd.

– IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) anfører at den færøske hvalfangst sandsynligvis er bæredygtig for bestanden.
– Der estimeres at være en bestand af 128.000 grindehvaler alene i det nordøstlige Atlanterhav. Færøerne fanger i snit 800 grindehvaler om året.
– Selve drabet foregår ved en speciallavet kniv, som føres ned gennem ryghvirvlen og afskærer blodforsyningen til hjernen. Kun færinger med licens må udføre drabet.

– Grindekødet deles gratis ud til lokalsamfundet og udgør omkring 30 procent af den samlede lokale kødproduktion på Færøerne.

Ved et pressemøde efter ankomsten til Torshavn pointerede hun, at dem, der dræber grindehvaler, er ‘rå og psykotiske’, ligesom hun har argumenteret for, at grindedrabene finder sted for morskabens skyld.

Direkte adspurgt om hun kender til proceduren ved grindedrab, lød svaret ifølge den færøske nyhedsportal

– Det ved jeg ikke, forhåbentlig bliver der ikke fundet nogen grind.

At grindedrab sker for morskabens skyld kunne ikke være mere forkert, fastslår den danske hvalekspert Carl Christian Kinze.

– Det er bare ikke sandt, siger Kinze, der betegner Sea Shepherd som rabiate, og fortsætter:

– Kritikken er gået på, at bestanden er dalene og aflivningsmetoden. Men de to ting har man jo fra færøsk side gjort noget ved. Bestanden kan sagtens tåle færingernes hvalfangst.

Talsmand for Sea Shepherd Paul Watson kunne tirsdag på Facebook oplyse, at Shannen Doherty, der spillede rollen som Brenda i Beverly Hills 90210, vil følge i Pamela Andersons fodspor. Men på Færøerne tager man ikke kendis-effekten så tungt, fortæller kommunikationsrådgiver i Lagmandskontoret, Páll Holm Johannesen.

– Sea Shepherd har prædiket usandheder om os i så mange år, så at de nu får kendte som talerør, det ændrer ikke noget for os. Det går ind ad det ene øre og ud af det andet. Vi godtager deres ret til at komme herop for at demonstrere, men de skal også respektere vores ret til at fange grind, fastslår han.


Shame on you

30 July, 2014 Leave a comment

Written by: Kajfinn Hammer

– You, whose countries pollute the air, shame on you!

– You, whose countries pollute rivers, lakes and oceans, shame on you!

– You, whose countries pollute animal life in the oceans, including our whales, shame on you!

– You, whose countries pen up stressed up animals by the millions for the purpose of mass production of genetically manipulated meat, shame on you!

– You, whose countries barbarically kill your own children by the thousands in their mothers’ wombs, shame on you!

– You, whose countries down through history have occupied, pillaged, exploited, sucked empty, enslaved, oppressed and murdered aboriginals and other humans by the thousands, shame on you!

– You, whose countries have caused one war after another costing millions of innocent human lives, shame on you!

– You, whose countries in barbaric fashion have tortured and burnt at the stake Christians, Jews, Gypsies and others by the thousands, shame on you!

– You, whose countries for profit sell weapons to merciless, undemocratic governments, terrorregimes etc., shame on you!

– You, whose countries have given sodomy and religions of hate such as Islam and other heathenism a free pass, even support, shame on you!

– You, whose countries have sold their origin, christian cultural heritage and identity, their own soul for less than 30 silver coins, shame on you!

– You, who abuse our hospitality to run down our reputation across the world, shame on you!

Go home to your own countries and clean up in front your own doorsteps rather than let yourselves be brainwashed and exploited by an malicious damage extremist, wanted by the police, like Paul Watson, support by brainemty sexstars in Hollywood and its morally depraved dregs of humanity.

Regardful Kajfinn Hammer

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