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Say NO to TAIJI
  • Petitioned Broome City Council

This petition was delivered to:

Broome City Council
Broome City Council
Prime Minister of Australia
Tony Abbott
Premier W.A.
Colin Barnett

Say NO to TAIJI

    1. Tania Smith
    2. Petition by

      Tania Smith

      Moffat Beach, Australia

Please join us in letting Broome in Western Australia know that it is NOT OK to continue a Sister City relationship with Taiji in Japan while the waters of THE COVE run red with the blood of slaughtered Dolphins.

Tell our PM and the Broome city council to END IT, to say NO to Taiji and the slaughter of thousands of innocent Dolphins.

These Dolphins are peacefully migrating past Taiji with their families when the Taiji fisheries union uses boats and banger poles to round up whole pods, chase them into the killing cove and slaughter them, the Dolphins (Including Mothers and Babies) are slowly murdered, while screaming and trying to help their family members, they drown in their own blood and the blood of their pod while the killing cove turns red.

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    1. Reached 8,000 signatures

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    • Sharon Rooney AUSTRALIA
      • 29 days ago

      It is inhumane

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    • Anna Charlton LILYDALE, AUSTRALIA
      • about 1 month ago

      SIGN THE PETITION

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    • Amanda Kaspar SACRAMENTO, CA
      • about 1 month ago

      Dolphins are innocent living creatures that should not be killed for mans greed!! #shuttaijidownforever

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    • Stefanie Guiliano BEDFORD, NY
      • about 1 month ago

      Let's stop this cruelty.

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    • Kristine Law ROCKINGHAM, WA
      • about 1 month ago

      I agree… Let us set an example...

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