Sensible Whaling Trust demands an end to cetacean indecency

A statement from the Trust’s spokesperson Ahab McReverend

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A Just Punishment

The Sensible Whaling Trust says that the ongoing assistance provided by Government agencies to stranded whales only encourages further criminal cetacean behaviour. “These low-lives make a mockery of the system,” said Sensible Whaling Trust spokesperson Ahab McReverend. “Despite what the namby-pamby whale-lovers say, whale-strandings are a just punishment for anti-social and offensive behaviour.” Mr McReverend…

A message from spokesperson Ahab McReverend The Sensible Whaling Trust deplores the prank played on TVNZ’s Breakfast show recently, but also calls upon TVNZ to give real advocates for sensible whaling a voice. We have a serious problem with whales in this country. Whole gangs of whales have been known to turn up unannounced on…

Whales Need Tough Love

The imminent trial in Japan of anti-whaling activist Peter Bethune is an opportunity to see justice done, says the group’s spokesman, Ahab McReverend. “Since the abolition of unrestricted commercial whaling some years ago, we have been witness to a steady increase in the amount of whale rage. Do-gooders like Bethune think they are somehow helping…

Time To Clamp Down On Whale Gangs

The Sensible Whaling Trust is appalled by the latest killer whale gang murder. The New Zealand Herald this morning reported that a female killer whale hunted down a pseudo orca and ruthlessly murdered it in front of a group of shocked tourists. “This is exactly the kind of thing we’ve been trying to stop,” said the…

Sensible Whaling Trust Congratulates Japan

The Sensible Whaling Trust congratulates the Japanese Government for taking firm action against anti-whaling protesters. “The actions of the eco-terrorist Pete Bethune ought to shock any right-thinking person,” said spokesman Ahab McReverend. “The video of Bethune’s actions aboard the Japanese whaling vessel Shonan Maru II is shocking to watch. The video shows Mr Bethune mounting…