Local marine environmentalists held a meeting to decide the next strategy in the battle to prevent the opening at the Chalong Dolphinarium.
Friday 22 August 2014, 01:06PM
elflove1 | 22 August 2014 - 18:55:17
Imperative that Phuket should not allow dolphins to be imported. I've been following this story closely since David C Holroyd, co-author of The Perfect Pair Dolphin Trilogy, finished his book promotion in Pattaya, which included two TV interviews, one very hard-hitting. (Youtube) Whilst writing this trilogy, we have been in contact with many ex-trainers and all - bar one (who wouldn't strictly be classed as a trainer)- are adamant that these aqua-circuses should be banned. The majority of the up and coming shows are funded by Eastern Block money-laundering. So it's hardly surprising that the Phuket News cannot get an interview. In most cases, you're dealing with some very sinister people. Read The Perfect Pair Dolphin Trilogy - book-blocked and media-blocked in the UK - and keep fighting to stop this abomination from opening. Best of luck to all the Phuket activists and thank you for your excellent media coverage.
Common sense being used at long last
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