July 13, 2008

Squeak squeak click sovereignty squeak click click

My brother was watching an episode of Penn & Teller: Bullshit about dolphins, and he told me there was a group that wants dolphins and whales—or as they call it, the Cetacean Nation—the equivalent of human rights and representation at the U.N.

I went looking for them online, and, sure enough...

Whereas the Cetacea (whales and dolphins) are an ancient race of intelligent, sentient beings, who have been the friends and helpers of mankind for millennia, we hereby accord to the Cetacea the status of a Sovereign People as the Cetacean Nation, whose citizens are, therefore, entitled to the same rights as are accorded our own citizens, as honored guests of the Kingdom of Hawai'I, when residing in our waters. Henceforth, the Kingdom of Hawai'I recognizes the Cetacean Nation, and its rights to enter into treaties, establish embassies, appoint ambassadors, and, in short, perform all activities of a Sovereign Nation.
They did this as a proposed article to the Constitution of the phony-baloney "Reinstated Hawaiian Government" a few years back.

You've got to wonder how these idiots are going to understand who Flipper and his pals are appointing as Ambassador, how they'll sign treaties, and where their Embassy will be. Personally, I'd suggest Sea World.


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