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{December 25, 2009}   The Dolphin Massacre

The Cove

What does the Japanese government want to keep hidden from the public? Cove is a powerful documentary movie revealing the slaughter of over 20,000 dolphins in Japan every year. Richard O’Barry who found and trained the dolphins who were used to play Flipper on the Flipper TV series explains why he had a change of heart about dolphin captivity after one of his dolphins commited suicide in his arms due to depression from the captivity.

In Taijii Japan they capture dolphins and sell them to amusement parks, exhibits and other “swimming with dolphins” experiences. They also kill dolphins for meat and are giving it to the Japanese school children for free to gain sympathy for their massacres. The level of mercury in dolphin meat is deadly to humans.

O’Barry, feeling responsible for creating this multi-million dollar industry revoling around dolphins decides to do something about it. He enlists a covert team of specialists with different skills to create an illegal mission to gain evidence of what is occuring in Japan.

The documentary had me in tears several times as I’m sure it will for you. It is moving and shocking.

Please Sign The Petition To Stop The Dolphin Slaughter In Japan

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{December 1, 2009}   2012 – We’re Already In It
2012 - We're Already In It

2012 - We're Already In It

I recently watched “2012 – We’re Already In It” by film maker Patty Greer. This movie isn’t a doom and gloom documentary such as the ones being pumped out by mainstream media (including the History Channel and Travel Channel). This movie gives another perspective about the Mayan Calendar End date. The documentary ties together the aspects of extra-terrestrial life, crop circle, inter-dimensional communication amongst other topics. The video’s main message is to stop worrying about 2012 and realize that we are indeed in the midst of the 2012 transition on the planet right now. The video has a great soundtrack and beautiful images and very interesting interviews. Amongst the many speakers, not surprisingly, Patricia Cori gives the best insight and upliftment in this film. Make sure you don’t miss this video. It didn’t win the 2009 EBE Award for nothing! To grab yourself a copy make sure you visit Patty Greer’s website or visit Amazon.com



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