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AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS PHOTOS MISLEAD THE PUBLIC WRONGLY

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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.

"A photo released by the Australian Government's illegal and dangerous terrorist pirate ship have carried a headline alleging a mother minke and her calf were taken in the research program."

The Director General of the IDWR, Mr Morisu Minoru said that "the photographs taken by the ship and which major Australian newspapers published today shows two minke whales, but they are not a mother and her calf as claimed by the media. It is clear from the picture that they are only friends, or at worst, distant relatives."  "Also, if you look closely, you will see that the are not really dead, but are just resting," he added. "We have discovered through our extremely scientific and world-leading research that these whales are excellent at feigning death."

Mr Minoru also stated that the two whales were later taken on board and offered a "delicious and warm meal and afforded every luxury, including caviar, champagne, and a pipe to smoke."

"Our research program requires random sampling of the Antarctic population, and therefore there will be a range of sizes and flavours. It is necessary to conduct random sampling of the Antarctic minke population to obtain accurate foodological data." "We don't expect the rest of the world to understand our very complicated and expert research," he added.

"The smaller of the two whales in the Australian Customs photograph was 5.3 metres in length, while the larger one was 8.3 metres. Both whales were females, possibly distant cousins, and both were delicious."

"The Government of Australia's photographs and the media reports have created a dangerously explosive emotional propaganda bomb that could cause serious damage to the relationship between our two countries. It is important that the Australian public is not misled into believing the Australian Government's version of our false information," he said.

 

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