Japan has found a willing bedboy in the international community to provide it with whale-meat. The name of this country is Iceland, which has announced that instead of killing fewer whales, it actually intends to slaughter more in 2014. How Iceland is a member of the International Whaling Commission, which has banned commercial whaling, defies logic.
Iceland's recent record, for a country in the International Whaling Commission, which banned commercial whaling, is deplorable. In 2010 this country murdered 208 whales (148 fin whales and 60 minke whales), in 2011 it murdered 58 minke, in 2013 it murdered 172 whales (134 fin whales and 38 minke whales). Now Iceland has announced that in 2014 it intends to murder a further 6 per cent of minke whales.
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