terça-feira, 19 de fevereiro de 2008

Ultraje nacional

...muito bem denunciado, 521.900 views até o momento...

e nenhuma ação tomada.

O que mais me incomoda é a CARA DE PAU desses políticos: a gente reclama, denuncia, fala, saem na mídia, são criticados MAS, como NINGUÉM TOMA UMA ATITUDE DE VERDADE, os canalhas sabem que nada vai acontecer contra eles...

Resultado:...continuam roubando!

Deixa eu te dar uma péssima notícia?

Não espere que eles criem vergonha na cara: quanto mais não fazemos nada contra essa vergonha, MAIS eles vão nos roubar!

Pode escrever aí que eu assino embaixo!

Bendable Human Body

The first guy is very good but the second... my goodness!!!

segunda-feira, 18 de fevereiro de 2008

This guy is FANTASTIC!

pay attention to the lyrics of the song:

Shawn Farquhar Magic

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terça-feira, 12 de fevereiro de 2008

Something to be very furious about

Sushi or Science? Outrage Increases Over Brutal Killing of Nursing Whale Calf and Mother

“How many times must Japan be told - you don’t need to kill whales to study them.”

Darren Kindleysides, IFAW

Outrage over Japan’s “scientific” slaughter of thousands of whales for “research purposes” has intensified worldwide with shocking new footage of a nursing baby minke whale and it’s mothers harpooned with explosives, hooked by their tails and dragged aboard the Yuishin Maru whaling ship to be cut into pieces. People around the world are calling foul and asking what kind of science requires an annual massive slaughtering of marine mammals. In reality, Japan uses a loophole in international whaling laws that allows them to kill thousands of whales for what they call “science” i.e. sushi.

Nursing whale calves are already easy prey for harpooners, but after a high-speed chase the exhausted, disoriented mother and baby stood no chance against the chaser ships and high tech harpoons. The mother and infant calf were shot with pointed harpoons packed with explosives.

The shocking images of the brutal killing were captured by Australian Customs crew aboard the Oceanic Viking only meters away. The Japanese whale hunt is conducted as secretly as possible, since the actual number of killings exceeds even Japan’s already lax and corrupt regulations.

Japan is hoping to kill almost 1000 minkes and endangered fin whales under the pretext of “science”. The Australian Government intends to use such ample evidence of abuse in an international court to stop whaling. According to independent panels, Japan’s whaling industry is more sushi than science, and the only way to stop it is for other nations to stop looking the other way. Since the International Whaling Commission imposed a moratorium on commercial whaling in 1986, nations such as Australia and Britain have condemned Japan for continuing to conduct illegal commercial whaling disguised as what it dubiously calls scientific research.

Japan’s 20 years of “scientific whaling” has delivered thousands of dead whales and next to no useful knowledge of the whales they “study”. The meat is packaged and sold in the fish markets in Japan. This has more to do with sushi than science,” IFAW spokesman, Darren Kindleysides, said.

Not only is Japan acting reprehensibly, but illegally as well. Three separate panels of independent, international legal experts have confirmed that Japan’s whaling program breaches the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, the Antarctic Treaty System and the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) and the International Convention on the Regulation of Whaling.

At the 2007 International Whaling Commission meeting real scientists (not the sushi chefs Japan is calling “researchers”) strongly criticized Japan’s ‘scientific whaling’ for having killed nearly 7000 minke whales all why universally failing to deliver any conclusions of scientific value.

“In contrast, research in countries such as Australia, Argentina and Brazil has delivered information on their life history, including population trends, to a precision that lethal researchers could not even dream of. How many times must Japan be told - you don’t need to kill whales to study them,” said Kindleysides.

However, Japan's Institute of Cetacean Research director-general Minoru Morimoto vowed to continue with his country's sushi/science program. "We are confident of achieving the programs stated objectives for this season," he declared in spite of mounting public outrage.

from: The Daily Galaxy - february 7, 2008

quarta-feira, 6 de fevereiro de 2008


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From a ridiculously cheap plan to install a solar energy capturing system to a new applicative for Nintendo's Wii, they create it all.

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