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Name: Dan Graham
Date: Tue 24 Mar 2015 23:05:50 GMT
Subject: Living in peace
Hi Alan, good to hear about your work-bringing an end to Catacean and Animal suffering. Keep it up, best wishes Dan.

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Name: fran morgan
Date: Fri 14 Feb 2014 19:36:19 GMT
Subject: Cetacea defence
Hi Alan it's Fran here just to say good work your doing as usual I'm sanctuary bound at the moment be good to catch up

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Name: Tanja Breining
Date: Tue 11 Feb 2014 10:30:29 GMT
Subject: Dolphins back to the sea.
Germany- close all dolphin zoos!

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Name: Christine Helen Thompson
Date: Fri 24 Feb 2012 22:18:41 GMT
Subject: Support and willingness to lobby government for acceptance of world charter for cetacea
As a concerned citizen, I wholeheartedly support this Charter. I just returned from a trip to the Mayan Riviera a few days ago where I swam and interacted with the dolphins for the first time. I was greatly moved by the intelligence, generosity and loving nature of these sea creatures.

Earlier in the day I was awoken at 4 am in the morning by a presence in my hotel room. It was a very large white spirit of a dolphin!!!

This was beautiful, unexpected and most certainly provocative.

We flew home to Canada and I learned on line at the BBC site that the scientists meeting in Canada in Vancouver had presented a Charter of Rights for all Cetaceans. The timing of all this for me was profound.

The year before, I had truly felt that when the Tsunami in Japan hit shore it was a message from the ocean as this was a site of dolphin slaughtering...

I am aware of other forms of communication...non verbal and non thought...telecommunication but this was something else!

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Name: Cris Iles
Date: Wed 23 Jun 2010 20:19:23 BST
Subject: Charter
I support the defence of marine mammals.

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Name: A.Tait
Date: Wed 27 Jan 2010 17:59:29 GMT
Subject: I support this charter
keep up the great work

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Name: Animal Friends Croatia
Date: Thu 24 Dec 2009 14:07:27 GMT
Subject: Waterworld
We should not make distinction in saving animals. Those who live in the great realm of waters are equally beautiful and intelligent as those we see while walking on land or flying up high. They cary the wisdom of their own. And for that we must respect them.

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Name: Andrew Randrianasulu
Date: Wed 05 Aug 2009 02:37:14 BST
Subject: yes, i want to show my support
even in such microscopic quantities. words are just words, i can type in some, but this 'action' alone will not solve problems. But i still want to add myself into mix - even if it will like 'voice from the distant star'.

Andrew_R, Russia, Saint-Petersburg.

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Name: Julie Roxburgh
Date: Sat 13 Jun 2009 18:09:05 BST
Subject: cetacean
Whatever it takes to save our seas and the creatures that live in them.

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Name: Virginia Greenwood-Warner
Date: Mon 30 Jun 2008 14:50:24 BST
Subject: World Charter for Cetacea
We have to do everything possible to save these magnificent creatures and also keep them out of captivity. Alan you are an inspiration to all of us to keep up the amazing work.

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Name: Sue Baumgardt
Date: Mon 30 Jun 2008 14:17:54 BST
Subject: Support for whales and dolphins
These magnificent creatures are dying - in nets, from hunting, military sonar and global warming. We will all feel the effects of their passing. When will the human species wake up?

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Name: Carol Brignull
Date: Mon 30 Jun 2008 09:29:33 BST
Subject: cetacea defence
these creatures deserve the utmost respect - stop killing!

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Name: Debbie Vincent
Date: Sun 29 Jun 2008 11:50:14 BST
Subject: We must never give up the fight or lose ttrack of our goals
This Charter is just one of many important goals that we as compassionate individuals have to push for. Never ever think that we can not make a difference, nobody said it was going to be easy! But Charter's such as this will hopefully stand the test of time. If out planet we 'share' is not to be destroyed along with its billions of unique species, of which we are only one. We must support this Charter, to remind us that 'out of sight - out of mind' destruction of our seas and marine habitats can not go on unchallenged. For the sake of all living creatures we must rise to the task.

Debbie

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Name: Visakha SPCA
Date: Fri 27 Jun 2008 19:10:01 BST
Subject: June 30th
On behalf of captive dolphins and other abuses to sea beings our oganisation support the Charter of the Cetecea Defense League and its activities.
Visakha SPCA
helping marine animals and all animals off the coast of Andhra Pradesh
Visakhapatnam, India
www.vspca.com

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Name: Dean Jefferys
Date: Sat 16 Feb 2008 02:45:18 GMT
Subject: Charter
Great

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Name: john faulkes
Date: Sat 09 Feb 2008 13:33:32 GMT
Subject: World Charter for Cetacea
Of course, full support of this World Charter for Cetacea
Agree with every word - well done and keep up the great work!

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Name: Veggies Catering Campaign
Date: Sun 06 Jan 2008 02:35:21 GMT
Subject: World Charter for Cetacea
We are pleased to endorse the World Charter for Cetacea, a vital step on the path to freedom for all from human exploitation.
Veggies Catering Campaign
http://www.veggies.org.uk

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Name: Maria Borremans
Date: Thu 03 Jan 2008 23:17:46 GMT
Subject: World Charter For Cetacea
Of course, full support of this World Charter for Cetacea

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Name: Maureen Sheridan
Date: Sat 15 Dec 2007 13:07:22 GMT
Subject: universal charter
Please register my support

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Name: debbie borgono
Date: Tue 11 Dec 2007 19:14:30 GMT
Subject: show support for dolphins and whales!
In helping them we are helping ourselves!

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Name: Tarnya Knight
Date: Fri 23 Nov 2007 13:56:03 GMT
Subject: The Charter
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Name: Claire Palmer
Date: Thu 22 Nov 2007 10:22:34 GMT
Subject: Charter
Please accept my support

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Name: Nina Kanderian
Date: Thu 22 Nov 2007 09:52:24 GMT
Subject: World Charter for Cetacea
Agree with every word - well done and keep up the great work!

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Name: Yvonne
Date: Mon 12 Nov 2007 15:58:14 GMT
Subject: The Charter
In total support.

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Name: j rutherford
Date: Thu 18 Oct 2007 09:14:44 BST
Subject: dolphins
i fully support the Charter for Cetacea

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Name: Virginia Greenwood-Warner
Date: Mon 10 Sep 2007 12:20:56 BST
Subject: The Charter
We have no right to imprison and exploit these magnificent creatures of the ocean. We have got to stop this arrogant domination and set them free.

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Name: Lana
Date: Wed 01 Aug 2007 12:40:48 BST
Subject: Cetacea
This is a signature signed with love for such gentle creatures. Stories abound of humans being aided, helped or rescued from drowing, sharks and danger. Without them the world would have less smiles to view and a void that could not be filled.

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Name: Christina Louise Dicker
Date: Mon 30 Jul 2007 12:26:45 BST
Subject: Support from Australia

As co-ordinator of the S.P.E.A.K. list, I add my signature to this Charter. This is an incredibly important campaign and it deserves unconditional global support.

Christina Louise Dicker

"Spiritual People Embracing Animals with Kindness"

July 2007

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Name: linda furness
Date: Thu 28 Jun 2007 22:52:37 BST
Subject: support the charter
I support the charter.

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Name: Russell Spencer
Date: Thu 14 Jun 2007 17:39:14 BST
Subject: Support for the World Charter for Cetacea
Good Work Alan.

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Name: Michael McLaughlin
Date: Sat 09 Jun 2007 15:44:16 BST
Subject: Please sign this declaration of recognition and basic rights
It is well past time for humans to begin recognizing rights of other intelligent beings, and to rotect cetaceans from our habitual rapacious exploitation. May this charter become an official beginning.

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Name: Michael McLaughlin
Date: Wed 30 May 2007 18:46:12 BST
Subject: Action as communication
The most endangered of the cetacean species are the various river dolphins and some species limited to coastal areas, such as the presumed extinct Lipotes vexillifer, the Yangtse Dolphin, humans know very little about cetacean lives.
For a very quick overview of some of these most endangered, please go to http://www.southwest.com.au/~kirbyhs/pinkdolphins.html
While those of you conversant with science understand the many areas of trauma inflicted by our human activities on the earth, the reverence for life, which is carried on through individuation and held but once uniquely by each living organism, is of vital importance to nurture through action. In this way, through the most important communication of respect, we enhance life rather than diminish it.
This is always our most important relationship with others, born of the same cells as us.

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Name: Mark Wilkie
Date: Sat 19 May 2007 09:20:04 BST
Subject: World Charter for Cetacea
I'm happy to support the Charter.

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Name: Viva!
Date: Tue 08 May 2007 16:56:40 BST
Subject: Support
Viva! supports the work to protect cetacea.

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Name: Julie Roxburgh Shellfish Network
Date: Tue 10 Apr 2007 12:42:37 BST
Subject: Universal Declaration of Rights
Our aim is to protect all marine beings and to bring to public notice the fact that they all deserve recognition as having the right to life, liberty and the freedom to live out their natural lives free from human intervention. We understand that whales and dolphins and cetaceans in general, need special consideration as they are sentient beings who obviously have a joy of life. Hopefully soon the seas won't be plundered for the 'fruits of the sea' by humans.

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Name: Joanne Gajewski
Date: Wed 28 Mar 2007 14:29:38 BST
Subject: Saving the Dolphins and Whales
Please stop the killing of our ocean mammals. As you recall a few decades ago these animals were almost to the point of extinction due to hunting them down. Now the populations are baclk let them flourish. Remember the food chain. We learned about it in school. Nature has its own way with dealing with things. Just because the world is over populated should we kill people? Please consider this action before our world is destroyed.

J

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Name: Patricia Salazar Luna
Date: Thu 22 Mar 2007 21:03:51 GMT
Subject: Respect and save all animals`and plants`lives and rights
I reject violence, cruelty, and crime against innocent and defendless creatures.

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Name: alan cooper
Date: Thu 22 Mar 2007 11:54:59 GMT
Subject: great
great

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Name: Kate Brilly
Date: Wed 21 Mar 2007 21:04:02 GMT
Subject: support the charter
i support the for cetacea

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Name: Action Against Poisoning
Date: Wed 21 Mar 2007 18:14:54 GMT
Subject: Your charter
We fully support your charter and every other action to preserve the Cetacea.

Action Against Poisoning
www.actionagainstpoisoning.com

Jose' Kersten and Marius Donker

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Name: Ginger Olansen, Artist
Date: Fri 16 Mar 2007 22:24:24 GMT
Subject: Supporing the Charter
I support the Charter for Cetacea.


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Name: babs
Date: Fri 16 Mar 2007 18:06:52 GMT
Subject: support.
i support.

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Name: Lana Lehr
Date: Fri 16 Mar 2007 16:51:36 GMT
Subject: Support
Thanks for your work in fightting for the Cetacea.

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Name: Mary Alice Pollard, Cornwall's Voice for Animals
Date: Tue 13 Mar 2007 13:31:42 GMT
Subject: Support The Charter
Cornwall's Voice for Animals ( cvfa/oipa.uk )
Representing The International Organisation for Animal Protection
NGO affiliated to the UN Department of Public Information, Is A Proud Supporter of The Charter

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Name: Animal Friends Croatia
Date: Mon 05 Mar 2007 16:09:46 GMT
Subject: Support for the World Charter for Cetacea
We support the Charter for Cetacea.

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Name: Nathan Woods
Date: Sat 11 Nov 2006 10:30:57 GMT
Subject: Charter
I support the world charter.

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Name: Duncan Whittaker
Date: Wed 08 Nov 2006 11:50:21 GMT
Subject: World Charter for Cetacea
I fully support the World Charter for Cetacea. Keep up the good work.

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Name: Australians for Animals
Date: Fri 06 Oct 2006 22:36:41 BST
Subject: world charter
We support the world charter all the way.

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Name: Suzanne Bryant
Date: Thu 17 Aug 2006 14:15:22 BST
Subject: World Charter for Cetacea
I fully support this charter and wish for the best outcome x

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Name: Richard Fairclo
Date: Mon 07 Aug 2006 21:12:06 BST
Subject: Support the Charter.
I am pleased to find this web site and proud to support the charter.

The Hawaiian Islands Humpback National Marine Sanctuary here off the island of Maui is intended to protect the whales and other marine life, but has almost no rules to provide actual sanctuary. You can email the Sanctuary directly at hihumpbackwhale@noaa.gov to demand rules to protect the whales. (For more information please go to http://www.pumpdontdump.com/ )

Thank you for the opportunity to voice my support of your focused effort!

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Name: Mike Moran
Date: Mon 07 Aug 2006 17:44:38 BST
Subject: support
I support the Charter for Cetacea.

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Name: Jo Milligan
Date: Wed 02 Aug 2006 14:26:06 BST
Subject: support
I support all the incredible work that Cetacea Defence is doing. I would like to add my name to the charter and the campaign which is seeking the ban of all dolphinariums and the needless slaughter of whales and dolphins.

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Name: alan thingy
Date: Sat 29 Jul 2006 11:23:16 BST
Subject: support
great work

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Name: Julie Roxburgh
Date: Tue 11 Jul 2006 12:15:01 BST
Subject: Marine life
The Shellfish Netork supports all efforts to save marine life with especial reference to shellfish and cetaceans. The world must clean up its act before the acid levels in the sea cannot be reversed. We are also against all aquaria which are for research purposes or merely 'zoos'for humans to gawp at.

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Name: Liz Turner
Date: Fri 07 Jul 2006 14:39:16 BST
Subject: World Charter for Cetacea
I support the World Charter whole-heartedly as a great step forward in respecting cetaceans and taking action to protect them.

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Name: Marine Connection
Date: Tue 04 Jul 2006 15:45:48 BST
Subject: World Charter for Cetacea
Marine mammals need support more than ever in todays world and joining forces to work for their protection and welfare is the most efficient way we can achieve our goals - to stop the suffering of cetaceans at the hand of man. This Charter is an important step towards appreciation of the species and the Marine Connection pledge to play our part in this global awareness.

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Name: Peter Irvine
Date: Sun 04 Jun 2006 21:23:04 BST
Subject: world charter for cetacea
An important charter. May get more signitories if the charter was highlighted on Home Page of Cetacea Defence.

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Name: Sharon Fairclo
Date: Sat 03 Jun 2006 20:10:05 BST
Subject: A Universal Declaration of Rights
I support "A Universal Declaration of Rights".

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Name: Keep Dolphins Free in the Cayman Islands
Date: Sat 20 May 2006 13:23:19 BST
Subject: Support for the World Charter for Cetacea
In our work together as individuals and organizations for keeping all cetaceans free, the World Charter for Cetacea binds together our objective into one simple focused document.

We fully support the Charter and its objectives.

William H. Adam
KEEP DOLPHINS FREE IN THE CAYMAN ISLANDS

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Name: Kerstin Flagge
Date: Wed 17 May 2006 23:01:36 BST
Subject: Nein zu Delfinarien!
Die Haltung von Delfinen in Betonbecken ist weder art- noch tiergerecht und bedeutet für die Meeressäuger eine Qual!

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Name: Vegetarierbund Deutschland, RG Lichtenfels
Date: Tue 16 May 2006 11:56:50 BST
Subject: Full Support
Wir unterstützen die "World Charter for Cetacea" und wünschen uns eine gute Zusammenarbeit auf europäischer Ebene für die Schießung aller Delfinarien!

We fully support the Charter and wish for cooperating well on a European level for the closure of all dolphinariums!

Vegetarierbund Deutschlands (VEBU), Regionalgruppe Lichtenfels

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Name: Captive Animals' Protection Society
Date: Wed 19 Apr 2006 16:55:51 BST
Subject: Support for Charter
The Captive Animals' Protection Society fully supports the Charter and all attempts to protect cetaceans and other species.

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Name: Diane M. Kastel
Date: Wed 12 Apr 2006 22:07:25 BST
Subject: signing the cetacean charter
Whales and dolphins are magnificent creatures and so very intelligent. Why does man kind always try to find a utilitarian purpose to kill them. Why is there such disrespect?

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Name: Luminous Frenzy
Date: Mon 20 Feb 2006 22:04:33 GMT
Subject: support of the charter
The band Luminous Frenzy wish to add their support to this charter.

Louise writes: I swam with dolphins and it was an unforgettable experience. I urge everyone to support this charter and protect all these wonderful creatures.

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Name: Leonard Slonsky
Date: Fri 10 Feb 2006 01:46:20 GMT
Subject: Animals
I have a web site that you may check out; oscarssanctuary.org

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Name: Caroline Lucas
Date: Thu 09 Feb 2006 11:16:37 GMT
Subject: Suport
The undersigned give permission in allowing the details below, to be displayed as a signatory to the World Charter For Cetacea
Signed

On behalf of: Caroline Lucas - MEP

Address: European Parliament, Rue Wiertz, B-1047 Brussels, Belgium



Date: 07.02.06

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Name: Susan Gilpin
Date: Mon 23 Jan 2006 13:42:28 GMT
Subject: The Pelagic Bass PAIR trawling,destroying Dolphins. We are wildlife Marine CRUISE OPERATORS.
We are a unique WISE accredited Wildlife Marinr Cruise Business,operating all year round out of Falmouth Docks on our custom Designed RIB(RIGID INFLATABLE BOAT), TO WITNESS,DOLPHINS, WHALES,SEALS,SEABIRDS, BASKING SHARKS AND OTHER MARINE LIFE. WE ARE ALSO ACTIVE WILDLIFE CAMPAIGNERS AND WORK WITH GREENPEACE,WDCS AND CORNWALL WILDLIFE TRUST. WOULD BE INTERESTED TO HAVE WEB LINK WITH YOU.

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Name: Dave Neale
Date: Mon 23 Jan 2006 10:26:38 GMT
Subject: Charter
Please add Animals Asia Foundation's name in support of this Charter

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Name: Luci Carolan
Date: Sat 21 Jan 2006 22:15:23 GMT
Subject: support
Keep up the good work...! xx

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Name: Kate O'Farrell
Date: Fri 30 Dec 2005 15:57:28 GMT
Subject: Support for the World Charter for Cetacea
I support the World Charter for Cetacea. I hope that, in time, the articles of the charter are considered by all to be the way things should be.

Kate O'Farrell
Shaftesbury
Dorset

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Name: Kim Rees
Date: Thu 29 Dec 2005 20:14:31 GMT
Subject: Support....and a poem about captive Dolphins by Sandrina Komm.
The moon has disappeared, we circle well worn grooves
of water on a single note.Music is loss forever
from the others heart which turns my own to stone.
There is a plastic toy.There is no hope.We sink
to the limits of this pool until the whistle blows
There is a man and our mind knows we will die here.
And now we are no longer blessed for the world
will not deepen to dream in.The other knows
and out of love reflects me for myself.
We see our silver skin flash by like a memory
of somewhere else.......

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Name: Pamela Kelly
Date: Sat 24 Dec 2005 12:26:38 GMT
Subject: support for cetacea defence charter
May the world one day learn the true meaning of "ahimsa" and, like the Tibetan Buddhists, learn to walk on the grass without crushing an insect; let alone destroy an animal so powerful and yet so gentle, wise and loving as the cetacea population.

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Name: Visakha SPCA
Date: Fri 23 Dec 2005 02:54:31 GMT
Subject: Support of the World for Cetacea
We in Visakha SPCA located in Visakhapatnam on the east coast of India,Bay of Bengal, are proud to join in this international effort to bring sanity to the way the human species view and treats the ceteceas species on our planet. Thank you for your important work!
www.visakhaspca.org

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Name: Ethical Consumer magazine
Date: Tue 13 Dec 2005 11:48:27 GMT
Subject: support
Ethical Consumer magazine support this work

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Name: Iain Pallas
Date: Mon 05 Dec 2005 12:38:42 GMT
Subject: charter
I support this charter. Confirmation Sent by land mail to Cetacea Defence, PO BOX 78, SHAFTESBURY, DORSET, UK
from Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 3RY

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Name: M.B Hampson
Date: Mon 05 Dec 2005 12:35:31 GMT
Subject: support of chater
I support this initative.By land Mail from Swinton, Manchester, M27 0FB

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Name: Ian
Date: Tue 15 Nov 2005 16:00:54 GMT
Subject: World Charter For Cetacea
I'm proud to show my support for this historic document.

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Name: marilyn harrison
Date: Sun 13 Nov 2005 10:00:56 GMT
Subject: world charter for cetacea
I support this charter

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Name: Sarah Chambers
Date: Fri 11 Nov 2005 17:13:13 GMT
Subject: World Charter
I am very happy to put my name to this document and hope the number of others doing like wise grows daily.
Well done Alan

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Name: Max Newton, Uncaged Campaigns
Date: Thu 10 Nov 2005 15:49:06 GMT
Subject: Declaration
UK-wide animal protection organisation Uncaged Campaigns fully supports the principles of this Declaration for marine animals

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Name: Sue Baumgardt
Date: Wed 02 Nov 2005 12:47:25 GMT
Subject: Charter for Cetaceans
I am happy to sign this important declaration. We are destroying so much for our own greed. It is time the human race stopped and took stock of its actions against other living beings that share our planet.

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Name: Alien Breeder
Date: Fri 28 Oct 2005 15:32:05 BST
Subject: Good Innovation; Poor support so far
Youv'r been running a week and only 3 supporters!Not surprised the big or other marine orgs won't get involved, because what's in it for them? no membership, no money, no credit as the innovators.So-called animal rights people won't get involved, because marine issues aren't their remitt, they are mainly happy to think the issues are 'Greenpeace' of 'Friends of the Earth'
Most people, the 'net activists' who surf the net are happy to print and fwd their name on the endless petitions that circulate the net, that will never get printed off and used by anyone. Yet it seems ask them to think and act on an historic document like this, fraid its beyond them. Still good luck and I'll def. do something
ps/The authorities should never have panicked about the subversity of the net, its the new television!

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Name: Cara Sands
Date: Sun 23 Oct 2005 16:50:22 BST
Subject: Brilliant Document - A Step Towards "True" Humanity
Dear Alan,

What is meant by "being human" if one does not recognize the rights of other, living beings? The World Charter for Cetacea: A Universal Declaration of Rights does just that - by bringing an awareness and voice to our ocean cousins in an attempt to preserve their equity, and thus, their protection. Thank you for its' creation. Now the real work needs to commence by putting this Charter into action. I urge all supporters of Cetacea Defense and all Friends of Dolphins/Cetaceans to circulate and incorporate the Charter into their mandates. We must think of the world which surrounds us as a living podner - and not as something to be used - and abused.

Cara Sands
Friends of the Dolphins
http://friendsofthedolphins.blogspot.com/

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Name: ECOTERRA Intl.
Date: Sun 23 Oct 2005 15:11:15 BST
Subject: We fully endorse and support the World Charter for Cetacea and will work to implement it.
We fully endorse and support the World Charter for Cetacea and will work to implement it.

ECOTERRA Intl.
ECOTERRA e.V.
ECOTERRA TRUST

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Name: Chris Lowes
Date: Sat 22 Oct 2005 16:47:33 BST
Subject: Cetacea Charter
The Charter cherishes a love for whales and dolphins and all cetaceans it points us in an ethical direction, in relationship with them. We can, end or much reduce the real threats to them. We must not fail them, for in the past, we have failed to often with other species.
Once they have gone, they will only be a memory to some or a picture in a book to others.

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