[permaculture] Impending massive seal hunt in Canada
sixdegrees at baynet.net
Tue Apr 13 15:21:05 EDT 2004
nice, but ineffective as a protest or political comment. cute though. Might
make a good picket sign or tshirt, though. Somethings are just commercial.
So do we know who benefits from the commercial hunt? Are they (the
benefactors) the target? What plans do those who seek to end someone's job
have to replace it? Any transitional strategies in mind or is it easier
being nasty or cute?
Also, what connection to Newfoundland does anyone have? Are the come from
always going tell the Islanders how to live?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Claude William Genest" <genest at pivot.net>
To: "permaculture" <permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org>
Cc: "Marie Grenon" <fedor at videotron.ca>
Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2004 2:59 PM
Subject: Re: [permaculture] Impending massive seal hunt in Canada
> My fellow Canadian Bob has offered a quick geography lesson - Perhaps
> a quick language lesson is in order:
> The french word for seal is PHOQUE...
> So to all the monsters involved in this appalling hunt : SEAL YOU !!
> On Tuesday, April 13, 2004, at 03:33 PM, Lawrence F. London, Jr. wrote:
> > Jocelyn Paquette wrote:
> >> Perhaps a quick geography lesson is in order. The majority of
> >> Canadians do
> >> not in the Maritime provinces, especially Nfld. nor do they
> >> participate in
> >> the seal hunt or do they profit by it. Of course it is fair to say
> >> that they
> >> do not protest it either.
> >> Do you condemn all seal hunters or just the big commercial rigs?
> > Large commercial operations such as the ones involved in the current
> > seal hunt.
> >> So you now find all Canadians disgusting because of the seal
> >> hunt...........
> > It should have been obvious that I was referring to those
> > participating in the seal hunt, eh?
> > --
> > L.F.London
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