Protest $Ea World Easter Sunday

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EASTER $UNDAY HOLIDAY PROTEST, let's make this the biggest holiday protest of the year.

In 1965, the first-ever orca show was performed by a female orca named Shamu at Sea World San Diego. Shamu, like Tilikum, was kidnapped before the Marine Mammal Protection Act was enacted in1972—during Shamu's capture, her mother was shot with a harpoon and killed before the young orca's very eyes by a marine "cowboy" named Ted Griffin. Griffin's partner, Don Goldsberry, later worked for Sea World and was assigned to bring orcas into the park. He continued slaughtering orcas, and at one point, he hired divers to slit open the bellies of four orcas, fill them with rocks, put anchors around their tails, and sink them to the bottom of the ocean so that their deaths would not be discovered.
In nature, orcas choose their own mates. But at Sea World, orcas are forced to breed on a regular basis. Male orcas are trained to float on their backs, and their trainers masturbate them to collect their sperm. Females are artificially inseminated and forced to breed at a much younger age than they would in nature. Katina was forced to breed when she was only 9 years old (at least five years earlier than she would have naturally bred in the wild). Now she is used as a virtual breeding machine and is even being inbred with her own sons.

Sea World confines whales and dolphins—who often swim up to 100 miles a day in the wild—to tanks that, to them, are the size of a bathtub.

Sea World presents itself as a family establishment full of fun activities. However, these "fun activities" harm animals physically and emotionally.
This is $ea Worlds ad for Easter $unday! April 2014
Spend Easter morning with your family at SeaWorld. Enjoy a leisurely poolside brunch with Shamu and his trainers. Our chefs will prepare a wonderful buffet to entice the whole family.
Space is limited.
Reservations required
Park admission is required and not included
Menu and prices subject to change without notice. — at Sea World, San Diego (CA).

Parking: For parking, turn onto S. Shores Park on Sea World Drive, off Friars Rd and park in the boat ramp lot then walk up about half a mile to demo location on $ea World Drive and $ea World Way.

***PLEASE WEAR BLACK AND OR BLACK AND WHITE ATTIRE***
FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL ANIMALS PLEASE TRY NOT TO BRING YOUR COMPANIONS WITH YOU.

We will meet at the corner of Sea World Drive and Sea World Way.

Contact:
Ellen Ericksen @ 760-408-4539
ellenericksen@gmail.com
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