Infamous 'Cove' may become marine park but dolphin slaughter to continue | Herald Sun
THE Japanese town that gained notoriety for its annual dolphin hunt, through the Academy Award-winning documentary "The Cove," is considering a plan to turn its local bay into a pool where visitors can swim with whales and dolphins, Jiji Press reported.
But the development of the marine park on a section of the cove infamous for its annual dolphin slaughter is not likely to pacify activists.
A town official, who declined to be named, told AFP by telephone that the town "is no way going to stop" its annual dolphin hunt, adding local residents see no contradiction in both watching and eating dolphins.
Swim with them, pick one out for lunch, watch local savages murder a sentient being, eat its remains.
Inspired stuff from the land of Parasite Singles, manchildren, demographic bombs and financial collapse.