The massacre of thousands of innocent lives has officially begun in Namibia, where 80 000 Cape Fur Seal Pups, which still suckle on their mothers will die brutal deaths at the hands of the heartless.
A further 6000 adult bull seals will then be shot at point-blank range. The reason? Their penises becoming ingredients in ineffective sex potions for the Asian markets.
This horrific, disgusting ordeal began on July 1 and will continue until November 15.
The seals find themselves surrounded at daybreak. Away from the safety of the sea. The terrified pups are separated from their mothers and the men are required to administer a swift blow to the defenceless creature’s head with a club.
This is allegedly meant to cause the pup’s skull to disintegrate and leave it stunned or dead. However, as the pup attempts to escape, the first strike is often inefficient. Because of this, the pup is repeatedly beaten until it is left unconscious or dies.
The sealer (the man responsible for the animal’s death) then stabs the little pup in the throat. At times, the pup is still alive at this point.
The baby seals become so scared, they will actually vomit their mother’s milk during the ordeal. Their blubber, which, like harp seal blubber, is sold as a ‘health food supplement’. The bones will be found in jewellery and skins will become boots and other luxury items. (May those who wear them, suffer as the seals did)
While there is a global outcry on the method of the animals’ deaths and the effect it has on their emotional wellbeing, the massacre continues annually.
Why do the Namibian authorities allow the cruel and horrific massacre?
The Namibian authorities claim the cull is necessary, due to the growing and unsustainable seal population, which threatens the fishing industry.
However, what effect does the act have on the seal population? The annual massacre is responsible for the largest slaughter of marine mammals on the planet. No mercy is shown to the pups, the mothers or the bull seals. Their cries for mercy ignored in order for mankind to indulge in its greed and perverse beliefs and wants.
This must end! Have we not advanced past this point as a species? How can this be legal in 2019? This is not culling, this is mass murder! These are just some of the questions and statements we beg you to send to the Namibian government.
As thousands of Cape Fur Seals prepare to die brutal deaths in the upcoming months, what are your thoughts on the situation? Share your views and opinions with us in the comment section below.