Today we drove up to find that the boats were in harbor! The wind and rain kept the dolphins safe today. I guess the molesters didn’t want to return empty handed and see our smiling faces again. They decided to just not go out. 🙂
We took Yumiko and her husband Takashi to Glenda’s mountain (the tsunami park that looks over the killing cove, if you lean over the fence). They have only known about the Dolphin Slaughter for three months, and they have already done so much to help out and get Japanese people involved. Yumiko was greatly effected her first time seeing the killing Cove. We were all moved to tears with her reaction. It just goes to show you that Japanese people really do care, and they are not going to allow this to continue. It effects us all, the entire world is mad at you Taiji. I only wish that Japan as a whole would force laws to change… we need more than the few Japanese people who have already stood up. If you are a Japanese citizen please reach out to these people, it’s harder to knock down a hundred people, than it is just one person.
Today we welcomed Steven Serverson as a new Cove guardian! Steven, Carrie, Thomas, William, Yumiko, Takashi and I were going to the Whale Musuem to find out about the babies. I really hate the idea of giving them money, but I was really curious what they would say. I drove there because my dad and a supporter named John stayed behind. All the way there I was dreading handing the women money, cause I know that my hands would be just as bloody then. I decided that I couldn’t go in, I knew their fate and I didn’t need to hear it. And I wasn’t giving them any money! So I stayed in the car and did a ton of email work on the Iphone. Everyone was just a basket case when they came out… I knew I didn’t want to do that. Oh! And when asked about the nine babies taken last week, everyone they asked said that they did not know about any babies, that no babies are at the museum!!!!!!!!!
Just a reminder… I feel that if we put our energy into making calls or writing to the embassy’s when trolls appear on my blog and/or facebook wall, is not only a better use of time and energy but it is more effective. Please do not feed them! It’s funnier to watch them repeat themselves like a broken record. My mom and I will remove them, it doesn’t do anything to feed ignorance. If for every time you see a troll, you sent a post card or called your Japanese embassy, think about how many they would get!? 🙂
Far fast and deep,
Thank you Stacy and Guy for the box of food and the lovely painted cards!