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Are Americans being hypocrites by criticizing the dolphin hunt in Japan when they hunt dear, etc and

Author : Tommy

Submitted : 2018-01-13 22:34:54    Popularity:     

Tags: dolphin  hunt  criticizing  Americans  hypocrites  

Why are American's so obsessed with trying to stop the dolphin hunt in Taiji. Americans also kills thousands of pigs, cattle, dear, bears, etc on a daily basis, why are they so concerned about what the Japanese are doing in places like Taiji? Now, if

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Mostly because Japans fishing habits have negative effects on global fish stocks (which are already critical)

Dear Hunting however is mostly done as a form of culling (because they have few natural predators) and bear hunting is largely illegal in most developed countries

No. Farm animals are specifically raised for food. Dolphins are not.

Deer, if not culled and managed would deforest areas and starve to death. There aren't enough predators to keep the population in check. Again, dolphins don't have that problem. There is no rational need to kill dolphin or whales.

Yes but do realize there are gazillion deer across the world. We've been hunting them for centuries as it is. Also, they can be a handful to livestock and crops and what nots.

It's all relative. Many dolphin, whales, elephants, rats etc. are high evolved and highly intelligent. Unless we are all vegetarians now we have to be selective in out "meat" choices.

Every culture has different views on meat harvesting. You argument about cows, pigs, deer, bear etc is completely irrelevant - the all those animals are either breed for meat or on a game management plan to cull the herds.
Not sure why you are so worried about Americans being outraged - who cares, probably some PETA, Sierra Club, Green Peace organization that is practically fringe radicals by definition.
Lastly one mans pet is another mans meal - who wouldn't expect some outrage - unfortunately nothing can be done about nor is it worth doing anything about in the long run.

Not really no.

I love dolphin. It's high in Omega 3 and protein. Delicious!

Tommy,,,,Only Democrat American's are obsessed with trying to stop the dolphin hunt in Taiji.

The people hunting dear, and breading cattle and pigs for food are Republicans.

Last time I checked deer, cattle and pigs weren't endangered species (as many types of dolphins are). The guy who ate the last dodo bird and the woman who ate the last carrier pigeon both said, "just one more won't hurt".

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