Warning Graphic Photos: Australian Fisherman Uses Dead Shark As Bong – Sea Voice News


by Alex Larson →

When you think humanity can not get any worse, a shocking video has been posted on the Facebook page Fried Fishing Australia which shows a man using a dead shark as a bong.

As we do not want to promote the views gathered by the Facebook page which already has 21,000 followers, we have attached photos below that show the disturbing act.

Via: Facebook

Via: Facebook

The photos and video reveal the man on a fishing boat holding the shark which has two tubes sticking out from its head and rear with the inside of the shark hallowed out while the children song Babyshark eerily plays in the background.

The purposeful and irresponsible carelessness towards sharks is at the helm of driving worldwide numbers down. As fisherman know that the ocean depends on sharks as apex predators to sustain the health of the oceans, it…

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British Conservative government interference in Norway

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This 31 December 2018 video says about itself:

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the shady and secretive UK propaganda outfits dubbed ‘The Integrity Initiative’ and ‘the Institute for Statecraft’, which have been working underground and out of sight, to smear Jeremy Corbyn and spread anti-Russian, pro-war propaganda through an massive “network of networks” consisting of journalists, politicians and society influencers.

The information war of lies driven by these clandestine UK ‘think tanks’ is funded by the UK government, as well as by prominent neocon donors, NATO, and even Facebook.

After the self-styled British ‘Integrity Initiative’, paid with millions of British taxpayers’ money by the Conservative government, smeared the Labour party opposition … and interfered in United States politics against Bernie Sanders … now this.

By Bjørn Halvorsen in Norway:

Integrity Initiative: UK interference in Norway

5 February 2019

Hacked Integrity Initiative (II)…

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