I not only agree with the Japanese and Norwegian position that hunting non-endangered species of whales should be allowed for culture purposes, but I also think that hunting non-endangered species of whales should not even be considered illegal. The main reason hunting non-endangered species of whales was banned in the first place was because the dominant culture that made the decision valued the lives of whales and believed they should be protected from whaling. We allow hunting of deer and fishing of shrimp, but not hunting of whales and on the fact that we love whales so much. This whaling ban is a significant violation of the sovereignty of Japan and Norway as well as other cultures that practice whaling. We are essentially saying, “Since we love whales so much you are not allowed to hunt them in your own waters even though they are not even endangered because that is unethical.” I see whale hunting no more unethical than deer hunting or shrimping, so why are we still allowed to hunt deer and fish for shrimp?
Lastly, both Japan and the U.S. did not agree on each other’s ways of running government. Japan wanted to expand more and keep on attacking more people, while the U.S. had a different view on expansionism. The U.S. did not support Japan in their expanding, leading to Japan fearing of losing strength and power. These are the reasons that Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7th,
Many Japanese-Americans didn’t have a way of getting back to Japan or another country. With these problems, it makes it very difficult for some Japanese to move. It became clear that expert testimony was needed; therefore, I spoke with an American citizen here in California, and I wanted to know how she felt about most Japanese-Americans being put in Internment Camps across the West Coast. “I think it is unfair that they are assuming that all Japanese-Americans are involved in the disaster, when many like us didn’t know what was happening.” This reported agreed with her quote and feels that they should make a
What happened on December 7, 1941?.Japan bombed Pearl Harbor because they wanted their natural resources. I 'm writing about what Japan wanted from us and why they bombed us. It 's sad how many people died in the attack on Pearl Harbor. What happened on December 7, 1941?. Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.
To begin with, I am against whale captivity. I will be telling you three thing and then how I feel about them. So I hope you are ready to listen. LET 'S GO!!!! So we all know or have heard of seaworld, but when we go there and have fun we never think about how harmful it is to the killer whales and their trainers working with them.
In my opinion, the United states was not justified in its policy of keeping Japanese Americans in internment camps. These people were Americans just like those who chose to put them in camps. By singling out these people in camps, the government essentially legitimized racism against them. Most of them had committed no crimes against the United States. Most of them had not involved in the planning of any crimes against the United States.
In the Edict of 1635, it specifically states that Japanese ships were forbidden to leave for foreign countries. If anyone broke this rule they would have been executed. The ship would be taken away from the owner and impounded too. It seems that Japan wanted to keep out foreign influence due to wanting to maintain their ancestral ways. A person in Japan who was found a follower of the Christian faith in Japan would get an award for doing so.
The proposal received a majority vote, however, the Big 4 voted against the proposal and the United States as chairman stopped it. Japan was infuriated as the proposal did not pass and to make matters worse it was thought that Willison would vote for the proposal. But, after Japan’s hopes were high for being seen as equal, they were turned down by the U.S. Japan proposed the racial
The Chinese and the Japanese imposed strict rules on the Europeans. Sometimes they even were not allowed to set a foot on Chinese land. The Chinese authorities also imposed harsh laws on trade and for many years trade was officially completely forbidden. Still Europeans with highly developed manual skills were secretly welcomed and respected. Some decades after happily welcoming Europeans and the benefits of trade and cultural and technological exchange, the Japanese tried to get rid of European influence and culture by ruling out all Christian missionaries and even killing some 150.000 converts of their own people.
Countries that Allow Some Types of Animal Testing The European Union, which consists of 28 states, became the first countries to ban animal testing on cosmetics and the import of cosmetics tested on animals. The European Union also banned testing of finished products on animals and animal tested ingredients. The European Union also hopes for other countries to ban animal testing as animal tested products can still be sold outside the 28 states of the European Union. Norway also banned animal testing in their nation the same time the European Union banned animal testing. Animal testing was banned in all areas except pharmaceuticals, though some pharmaceuticals are used cosmetically.
One of the biggest ways this issue strikes you on an emotional level is when tragedy strikes when orcas are kept in captivity. The documentary "Blackfish" highlights just one of these tragedies, when a trainer was killed at Sea World in 2010. So the question comes to all of us why if we know that captivity and this environment is negatively affecting the orcas, do we continue to support this practice by going to the shows and marine parks? The legislation that California has passed brings the ethical issues of keeping these beautiful animals in captivity into the discussion now as well. Even though Sea World has stopped all their breeding programs, and will not be acquiring any new orcas, the question is what will become of the orcas that are currently living at these marine parks.
Considering the conflicts with Asia, the attack on Pearl Harbor was not surprising. The United States provoked the Japanese into doing the attack because of an embargo. Petroleum and metal were two resources that Japan did not have enough of. The United States received knowledge that Japan wanted to attack but just didn’t get to the issue in time. Japan was very dependent on the Americans, the two met on two different occasions to try and settle the dispute, but neither of them were willing to compromise.
The author states that the pollution hypothesis seemed the most likely cause of otters decline along the Alaskan coast and provides three reasons. In contrast, the professor states that the ongiong investigation show that the predation theory is mst likely the cause of the decline and sh.e opposes each of the author 's reasons First, the reading claims that there were known sources of pollution along the Alaskan coast. However, the professor refutes this pint by saying that the pollution theory is weakened by that no dead sea otters were washed up to the shore. She said thet if the infection is the cause of the decline, there should be a lot of killed otters washed up, so this fact is consistent with the predation theory because if the sear otters were killedby predetors, they would not wash up to the shore.
That show how racist people are! In the Justice Denied Report, the author writes, “ Widespread ignorance of Japanese Americans contributed to a policy conceived in haste and executed in an atmosphere of fear and anger at Japan.” This shows that Americans were scared of Japanese Americans and they were placed in camps because of this fear. Japan did bomb USA in WWll, but Japanese americans had nothing to do with it, it was their government 's decisions not theirs. Even known that there was no spies we should still be scared. By scared i don’t mean to lock up Japaneses like what the U.S. did in
On Feb, 24th 1942, Prime Minister William Lyon Makenzie King issued a number of orders-in-council to force them back to Japan or disperse them Far East of the Rockies. Considering they were not being seen as threats to the country, to issue such an outrageous order-in-council for no apparent reason Is simply a racist act that 's should be seen as unjust. Ten days later they trained Japanese down to Hastings park where they were put in animal stalls, dehumanized and inadequately fed. To do this to another person who has done nothing but have a different pigmentation is sick nothing Japanese Canadians did led them to deserve