Stop the slaughter of Calderon Dolphins in the Faroe Islands in Denmark!!

Every year in the Faroe Islands, which belong to Denmark, innocent and helpless Calderon Dolphins, better known as Pilot Whales are slaughtered brutally by the Faroese. These Islands although belonging to Denmark (620 miles away) are actually half way between Scotland (190 miles away)and Iceland (495 miles away). Why you may ask, the answer is simply because. This tradition dates way back and used to be the only way to obtain meat produce for the Faroese. In this day and age though, this is outdated, as meat produce can be imported. Some may see this as a right of passage to manhood, because you have to be 18 to fully participate in the hunt. Needles to say, that killing a defensless animal is no prove of anybody's manhood nor is it cool.

What point is there in killing another living being just to prove you have "evolved", you have transcended. There is simply no need.

These poor dolphins are stabbed a number of times, but as if that weren't enough, they bleed to death, probably in excruciating pain while the whole town watches.

So, I urge you, as I am sure many more have, to help stop this nonesense and take action. Never, ever, has killing another creature or another living being, with whom we share this world, done any good, to anyone.

So let's stop it.