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Posted in: Iceland kills first fin whales in controversial hunt See in context

Whales are Full of Toxins but takes time for poisons to be seen. Keep eating whales and you will see the same effects as minamata disease.

The scandal first came to light in the 1950s, but it was not until more than 50 years later that the state fully recognized the extent of the problem.

Mercury poisoning affects the body’s immune system and the development of the brain and nervous system, posing the greatest risk to fetuses and infants. It's what I've been saying all along about Fukushima

Read the first comment at the bottom.....

http://www.japantoday.com/smartphone/view/national/delegates-pay-tribute-at-minamata-mercury-poison-site?utm_campaign=jt_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=jt_newsletter_2013-10-10_AM Hi Zichi ganbatte mate Robert

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Posted in: Delegates pay tribute at Minamata mercury poison site See in context

Bet the crown princes grandfather (owner of the factory) wasn't prosecuted either

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Posted in: Controversial whale meat sent back to Iceland See in context

Mike O'BrienJUL. 18, 2013 - 05:29PM JST

And that information was where in this article? Oh, that is right, it wasn't in this article. So as I have said all along the information provided here did not say FIN WHALE. No it is a fact. Try reading the article and showing where it it is Fin whale meat.

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Mike O'BrienJUL. 18, 2013 - 01:59AM JST

Well for comments on this article all that matters IS this article, especially comments made before any other article was even mentioned. An article which clearly DOES NOT say Fin whale meat is what was shipped. That is merely an assumption you have made.

Well Endos name doesnt appear in this article - so by your own terms he is irelevant

By all of the other peoples terms, normal people, he is ofcourse as all information is - very relevant but as you just choose to cherry pick then the same laws have to apply to you also. His name was not in the article and if someone else mentioned him or not makes no difference he becomes irrelevant!

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Posted in: Whale meat ship returns to Iceland See in context

Some people also obviously don't understand that national laws only apply in and to that nation and are thus irrelevant to discussions of international issues.

Not irrelevant at all that is the reason the whale meat was sent back. If there wasn't a problem with the shipment they would be able to ship them now wouldn't they but instead they are going all the way back to Iceland and in reality the items should have been seized and disposed of.

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