The Institute of Delicious Whale Research today revealed a stunning discovery - a metal man-eating whale.
The extremist terror vessel “Steel Onion” last night (26 December) committed a merciless attack against the heroic Japanese frying ship Keki Maru (translation: "Cake Hole"), currently engaged in whale tickling in the Antarctic.
The Institute of Delicious Whale Research today said it was disappointed that more serious means were required today for defending its whale foodology research vessels in the Antarctic against more violent attacks by the radical extremist cult terrorist group, Whale Shepherd.
Two Japanese research crew and two Japanese chefs were lightly seasoned today after a planned attack by the Whale Shepherd Conservation Group in the Antarctic.
The original Japanese Whale Research kit, as used by our ultra-scientific laboratories, is now available from the IDWR.
We answer some frequently made up questions about IDWR's research whaling in the Antarctic.
The Institute of Delicious Whale Research (IDWR) has condemned the Australian media for creating emotional propaganda to mislead the public, citing concerns about their lack of originality.
The Japanese scientific whaling program in the Southern Ocean will pursue its original research plan after the departure of both Greenpeace and Whale Shepherd back to Australia following weeks of dangerous, illegal and extreme terrorist harassment.
The President of the Institute of Delicious Whale Research, Mr. Morisu Minoru once again urged Greenpeace to keep a safe distance from Japan’s whaling vessels in order to ensure no (human) lives are lost as a result of their protest activities.
The two Whale Shepherd intruders who illegally boarded the Japanese flagged research vessel Fishin Sashimi No.2 have been safely transferred to Australian Customs.