What can you say about a guy, that thinks sustainable whalekilling (that we exercise very quick ... it only takes 2 seconds for the whale to die) is cruel and we from the Faroe Islands are such bastards and evil doers - also thinks that Foie Gras is okay?
He lives in France with his wife, Yana Rusinovich - where they just chill out and he writes some propaganda bullshit about other countries - but dosen't seem to care what is going on - in his own backyard.
The French (Paul's homebase now) like their Foie Gras and force-feeding an animal is a okay. Foie-gras production is banned in several countries, including most of the Austrian provinces, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Turkey and the UK (but NOT France - where Paul lives). General animal protection laws in Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom mean that production is essentially banned there also. In 2012, 8 MEPs called for foie gras to be banned across Europe ...
Yet the Danish Faroese are the BAD ones? No, sir - we don't kill whales for fun and we would like to think - that the world would see by now - who is the real bastard in this matter. We don't LIE and we have NEVER been in any kind of WAR and yes - we kill sustainable whales (there is about 900.000 Pilot Whales living in the ocean and we kill less than 800 a year).
And if you truly cared, Mr. Watson - you would clean up in your own backyard - before you start attacking other peaceful countries like Faroe Islands and Japan.
If you want to know more about Foie Gras - then click HERE
Enjoy your Foie Gras meal, Paul Watson!
JáH (y) 18.09.2015