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Whale freedom. Whales are still being captured. For science they say. Give whales their freedom! A hint for the Japanese flag refers to their commercial whaling programs.

Yes, Japan. We think of Japan as a very civilized country. But in some ways, I just don’t understand why they want to keep hanging on to tradition.

Whaling… a little bit of history.
In times of industrial revolution, whale meat and blubber, could be turned into a type of oil which became increasingly important. It was practiced as an organized industry as early as 875 AD. But by the 1930s more than 50,000 whales were killed every year. BThe whale population had come to near extinction, banning whaling in many countries by 1969 and to a worldwide cessation of whaling as an industry in the late 1980s. That is not so long ago for my generation.

But Japan kept on whaling… In the name of science they said. Bullshit! You could buy whale meat everywhere in Japan. In 2018 Japan just gave up saying it is for science and sent out commercial whaling ships. Absolutely horrifying.

But there is a little bit of hope. And that is the people! They are starting to act. The thing we claim you should do too. Youth in Japan does not want whale meat any more. And demand is falling to it’s knees.

This medium size backpack is just what you need for daily use or sports activities! The pockets (including one for your laptop) give plenty of room for all your necessities, while the water-resistant material will protect them from the weather.

• Made from 100% polyester
• Dimensions: H 16⅞” (42cm), W 12¼” (31cm), D 3⅞” (10cm)
• Maximum weight limit – 44lbs (20kg)
• Water-resistant material
• Large inside pocket with a separate pocket for a 15” laptop, front pocket with a zipper, and a hidden pocket with zipper on the back of the bag
• Top zipper has 2 sliders, and there are zipper pullers attached to each slider
• Silky lining, piped inside hems, and a soft mesh back
• Padded ergonomic bag straps from polyester with plastic strap regulators