Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Slaughter of Hundreds of Calderon Dolphins (Denmark)

DISGRACE TO HUMANITY! SOMEONE PLEASE WAKE UP! PLEASE Sign and send on – MAYBE OUR EFFORT WILL PAY OFF……. IT is a big shame ……Denmark!
YOUR SEA is stained in red.



It's because of the cruelty that the human beings (civilised human) kill hundreds of the famous and intelligent Calderon dolphins.



This happens every year in Feroe iland in Denmark . In this slaughter the main participants are young teens.
WHY?
To show that they are adults and mature.... BULLLLsh--!



In this big celebration, nothing is missing for the fun. Everyone is participating in one way or the other, killing or looking at the cruelty “supporting like a MONSTER”



Is it necessary to mention that the dolphin calderon, like all the other species of dolphins, it’s near instinction and they get near men to play and interact. In a way of PURE friendship






They don’t die instantly; they are cut 1, 2 or 3 times with thick hocks. And at that time the dolphins produce a grim extremely compatible with the cry of a new born child.



But he suffers and there’s no compassion till this sweet being slowly dies in its own blood




Its enough!
We will send this mail until this email arrives in any association defending the animals, we won’t only read. That would make us a cc omplices, viewers..



Take care of the world, it is your home!

Assine contra essa crueldade:
Sign Against this cruelty:

MANILA FLOOD 26/9/2009



People are stranded in Cainta, province of Rizal , eastern Manila .




Aida De Leon grieves in Pasig City , east of Manila .




An aerial view aboard a Philippine Air Force chopper shows devastation brought by Tropical Storm Ketsana in Cainta, province of Rizal , eastern Manila .




Residents are evacuated by police boats during flooding in Cainta Rizal, east of Manila .



A Philippine Air Force aerial shot shows damaged houses in Marikina City , Metro Manila. More than 70 people were killed, Manila was blacked out and airline flights were suspended as a powerful tropical storm battered the main Philippines island of Luzon .



Residents wait to be evacuated from a partially submerged house during flooding in Bocaue, north of Manila .



Thousands of people in the Philippine capital and nearby towns were marooned by flash floods after a strong tropical storm hit the main island of Luzon , disaster officials said.



Residents cross a flooded street with the use of a rope in Quezon City .



A boy is lifted onto the roof of a building to escape the flooding in the Quezon City suburban of Manila . Nearly a month's worth of rain fell in just six hours Saturday, triggering the worst flooding in the Philippine capital in 42 years, which stranded thousands on rooftops in the city and elsewhere.



Residents clamber on electric wires to stay out of floodwaters while others wade neck-deep in Cainta Rizal, east of Manila .



A victim of floodings is rescued in Pasig City , east of Manila . Authorities rushed rescue and relief to thousands of people who spent the night on the roofs of their submerged houses in Manila and surrounding provinces.

Commuters wade through waist-deep floodwaters after heavy rains dumped by Tropical Storm Ketsana (locally known as Ondoy) on Saturday, Sept. 26, in Manila , Philippines .

Human Statue of Liberty - (18,000 Men)

I find it amazing that this photo, taken so many years ago,

Actually still exists!?


And now, someone has put it online for all of us to see.


This INCREDIBLE picture was taken in 1918.

It is 18,000 men preparing for war in a training camp at Camp Dodge , in Iowa .


EIGHTEEN THOUSAND MEN!!!!!

FACTS:
Base to Shoulder: 150 feet
Right Arm: 340 feet
Widest part of arm holding torch: 12 1/2 feet
Right thumb: 35 feet
Thickest part of body: 29 feet
Left hand length: 30 feet
Face: 60 feet
Nose: 21 feet
Longest spike of head piece: 70 feet
Torch and flame combined: 980 feet
Number of men in flame of torc h: 12,000
Number of men in torch: 2,800
Number of men in right arm: 1,200
Number of men in body, head and balance of figure only: 2,000


Total men: 18,000