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SeaWorld’s worst nightmare: Lawmaker proposes ban on orcas in captivity

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Thank you for posting this! I’m in awe of the possibility of ending these barbaric cruelty based profit machines. Years ago I almost got ejected from another park ( Busch gardens owned by Sea World, in Tampa Florida) because I saw the dolphins living area. It was a tiny swimming pool. It’s insane to treat other living beings harshly. We really are all one-and the only reason many people can’t understand that is because they have been deadened by the constant cruelty inherent in our culture. They actually cannot feel it when someone else is suffering! That’s like being dead but still walking around!

2012 The Awakening

Update: There’s been a momentous development in the campaign to stop SeaWorld from exploiting orcas — San Francisco has taken an historic step in protecting these beautiful creatures from SeaWorld’s cruelty.

The City Council passed a resolution recognizing that orcas have the right “to be free of captivity, and to remain unrestricted in their natural environment.”

Amazing isn’t it? San Francisco has definitely thrown down the gauntlet to the rest of California to stop treating orcas like unthinking machines.

Earlier this year, the California State legislature deferred the Blackfish bill — a law that would ban SeaWorld from torturing orcas. The bill may be considered next year, and in the meantime we have to drum up support to show legislators there’s demand for change. 1.3 million SumOfUs members like you have already spoken out against…

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