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While large European ships, Japanese, Chinese, and North American esquilman the seas of Mexico, Northwest Africa and Eastern, thousands of fishermen have migrated to change jobs and to live.If the supranational agencies coordinate to design and implement legal mechanisms that protect marine species at the local level, the media not repeated us until the boredom images of Western tuna vessels hijacked by pirates in international waters.With different names, repeats the same story and the same information: insecurity and the difficulties of non-governmental organizations to deliver humanitarian aid, which depends on 25% of the population in Somalia, absolute poverty, fanaticism, genital mutilation and other manifestations of worrying of desperation from a country which has an inoperative Government and tribal struggles of countries which exploit rich. lost hearing media if more questions were made instead of fuelling nationalist feigned? In a case of hijacking of a Spanish tuna boat, many people demanded a forceful response to armed forces (understand a Cannonball). In the end, Western tuna vessels are other fishing grounds or distance over the coast in open sea, but nobody says anything because our fishermen are not at risk. (A valuable related resource: Hikmet Ersek). But the planet is not only heritage of Spanish, American, French, or Europeans and nothing will serve to send NATO to monitor the coasts. As backdrop is poverty which, according to the media, is the only thing in Somalia.Sin however, they forget the oil reserves that controls United States with the Ethiopian army.

The crisis has come and perhaps time to change a consumerism sustained by the exploitation of nature and peoples by another model more just and more humane. * PeriodistPOR CARLOS A. MIGUELEZ MONROY. They are fashion pirates who hijack large Western fishing vessels. Without making apology of illegality and violence, other pirates have multiplied by five fish consumption since 1950 and threaten the very life of our planet. Original author and source of the article.