from Alexandra Morton:
In two weeks the Province of BC wants to make it illegal to talk about
reportable diseases in animals destined for human consumption http://www.theprovince.com/news/information+farm+outbreaks/6657194/story.html
They also seek to amend the Offence Act so that the punishment can be maximum
for talking about reportable diseases in animals/fish people are going to eat.
I am in shock.
Last night Anissa and I went to observe the offloading of
the OCEAN KING mort packer for Mainstream. They are moving the viral infected
fish through the most productive wild salmon waters of the west coast of
Vancouver Island - Alberni Inlet, avoiding every fish farm. There was no
containment around the vessel as they pumped, the trucks were dripping
bloodwater as they drove to the nearby Land, Earth and Sea "organic" composting
facility between China Creek and Port Alberni. There is concern this will leach
directly into the Inlet. People do not understand why this facility was used and
not the much more secure mass mortality compost facility in Parksville. These
fish should be removed before the next big rainfall.
We contacted Local First Nations who were not notified. DFO was called but they
were not visible on scene, the mayor showed up but did not speak with me. The
boat left and will presumably be back late today.
We have posted videos
at Salmon Are Sacred facebook page and a posting on my blog alexandramorton.typepad.com
folks this may be the last chance the people of Canada have the opportunity to
be vocal about highly infectious diseases in Norwegian feedlots, leaching into
BC. Christy Clark, premier of BC is taking us into Dark Ages. Mainstream is
telling the world I breached quarantine at the dock, but there was none when we
arrived and once there was I never stepped inside.
you want wild salmon - this is your last chance to protect them from viruses in
salmon farms. The doors on free-speech are slamming shut if you feel like using
democracy to try and stop this now would be a good time.
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