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Japan:~One Japanese Protester’s Fight Against the Cove Slaughter

'Inside Japan, more and more activists like Satoshi Komiyama are publicizing their opposition to the annual dolphin drive-hunt in Taiji.
Within Japan, most people seem to have little knowledge of the cetacean blood being spilled around the archipelago. Ric O’Barry has long argued that if real change is going to happen in Japan, it will have to come from inside. It cannot be imposed by foreigners—no matter how vocal, well-organized, or well-meaning they may be'.

We agree with Ric. Working WITH the Japanese people and not crying for Tsunamis or nuclear bombs is the only way. 
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