It's time for Wicked Pissah Tuna and here in Gloucester we are very excited to see our local fishermen turned celebrities on the tv. Unfortunately one group of fishermen have been left behind during all of the fun.... the herring fishermen. Accused for over a decade of making tuna too difficult to catch by bothering the herring (Which is repeatedly stated to be harmful to the tuna population......It is somehow harmful when a tuna isn't killed...If you figure that one out let me know.) The sustainable herring fishermen are scorned again with new restrictions and regulations while America celebrates and rewards over-fishing and catching endangered fish.
Apparently all one must do is sell out to the wealthy foundations and it all comes together, rights to catch endangered fish in contravention of US law, all of the lawyers, liars and media gasbags to help with any problems, and a good green washing by donation seeking publications that used to have credibility. The environmental movement isn't dead it has just been sold to the highest bidder. So party on America and enjoy the show.
The magazine cover is for amusement purposes only. There is no magazine called National Geographic Enquirer and any similiarities to actual publications is entirely coincidental. This article is not meant to tarnish the reputation of credible publications like the National Enquirer. All graphic depictions of tuna boats..
- Running Over Whales
- Littering The Ocean
- Killing Small Tuna and Throwing Them Back
- Killing Too Many Tuna and Keeping The Ones That Will Fetch The Highest Price While Slipping The Others Over The Side
.... are for the purpose of amusement. Those things probably never happen (wink~~wink)
Happy April Fool's Day
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