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Terrorists Vandalize Our Colleague’s Car in Japan, Again

Posted by feww on August 7, 2015

Fire-Earth contributor’s car vandalized by terrorists in Wakayama, Japan twice in three weeks

Supporters of the warmongering PM of Japan repeatedly terrorize our colleague in Wakayama. 

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terrorists vandalize car

Massacring defenseless dolphins and terrorizing anyone who objects to the inhumanity!

Before Abe became prime minister, our colleague was targeted by various groups because of his views against the annual dolphin slaughter in Taiji, Wakayama.

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Japanese Driving Eel to Extinction

Posted by feww on June 15, 2014

SPECIES EXTINCTION
ENDANGERED SPECIES
SCENARIO 900
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Japanese eel at risk of extinction:  IUCN

Japanese eel (Anguilla japonicais) is at risk of extinction, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), a global conservation group based in Switzerland.

The group placed the eel  on its Red List on Thursday, which classes Japanese eels as “endangered.”

An endangered species is one which has been categorized by IUCN as likely to become extinct, or the second most severe conservation status for wild populations, following “critically endangered.”

Overfishing, shrinking  habitats, changes in sea current and deterioration of water quality are cited by IUCN as grounds for the designation.

The list is not legally binding; however, it would probably make little or no difference to the Japanese who have already begun whaling in defiance of the International Court of Justice recent ruling.

Se also: Japan Kills 30 Whales in 1st Hunt Since ICJ Ruling

IUCN Red List

All known mammal species have been assessed using the IUCN Red List categories and criteria, according to the group.

The term “Threatened” refers to those species classified under the IUCN Red List categories of Vulnerable, Endangered, or Critically Endangered.

Of the 5,487 mammal species assessed, nearly one-quarter of species (22.2 %) are globally threatened or extinct, representing 1,219 species. Seventy-six of the 1,219 species are considered to be Extinct (EX), and two Extinct in the Wild (EW).

Some 3,079 animals and 2,655 plant species are now endangered (EN) globally, compared with about 1,100 in each category, just 15 years ago.

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Harassment and Intimidation by the Japanese Establishment

Posted by feww on March 13, 2012

Blog contributor in Japan stalked, hounded, harassed, goaded and intimidated by the Establishment

FIRE-EARTH Moderators condemn in the strongest possible terms the ongoing harassment and intimidation perpetrated by the Japanese establishment against a blog contributor who lives in Japan.

To the best of our knowledge, the atrocities committed against our colleague is for no other reason than his outspoken criticisms of the Japanese establishment for their handling of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the Antarctic whaling and the annual dolphin massacre at Taiji.

WE DEMAND AN IMMEDIATE END TO THE AGGRAVATIONS THAT ARE BEING PERPETRATED AGAINST OUR COLLEAGUE!

Signed by FIRE-EARTH Blog Contributors

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