Sealing boat sunk and sealers
We are happy to report that those
who make a living from killing
helpless baby seals are finally
suffering a little.
On April 15th, 2007 due to 'engine
problems' a fire was ignited on a
65-foot sealing boat L.J. Kennedy
at dockside in Port au Choix,
Newfoundland. The fire burned for
over 12 hours and no more victims
will be claimed with the boat
sinking at around 3:00 pm.
Mother nature decided to inflict
the next casualties.
As of April 18th, 2007 crews of
several sealing ships trapped by
ice off Newfoundland have been
forced to evacuate their vessels,
while even an ice breaker operated
by the Canadian Coast Guard has
Many of the estimated 600
crewmembers have been stuck on the
ice for days and are running out
of food and fuel.
Perhaps they should put the seals
they have killed to good use for
the first time in their lives, and
eat the meat before it goes to
waste. The only problem with this
idea is that most of these greedy
cut throats have left the seal
meat to rot on the ice after
skinning many of the seals alive.
We can do nothing but hope that
mother nature decides to punish
these killers a little more. They
deserve a fate far worse than
The owner of Canadian Seal Hunt
was not involved directly or
indirectly with the incident on
April 15th. Nonetheless we would
like to congratulate those who
were involved. A big thank you
from the seals, seal lovers, and
those who defend nature.