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Seaspiracy a documentary about ocean life, where a filmmaker, Ali Tabrizi, sets out to document the harm that humans do to marine species — and uncovers alarming global corruption.

The film features the effects of plastic marine debris and overfishing around the world. It presents a series of facts proving that commercial fisheries are the main driver of marine ecosystem destruction., citing, among other scientific findings, a 2018 study which found that fishing nets make up 46% of the Great Pacific garbage patch.

Seaspiracy rejects the concept of sustainable fishing and criticizes several marine conservation organizations, including the Earth Island Institute and its dolphin safe label and the sustainable seafood certifications of the Marine Stewardship Council, arguing these initiatives are a conspiracy to benefit the fishing industry.

Earth Island Institute and its dolphin safe label are both interviewed and the interviews are a disaster, they openly say Dolphins are Killed, Dolphin Safe is an idea not a reality and that they take payments to provide Dolphin Safe status but monitor nothing, in short by their own admission they are a fraud.

Also not standing the truth test is the Straw and Plastic bag push by Greens, when it is in fact Commercial Fishing that is creating the pollution and devastating the environment. It is clear from the evidence we have been once again lied to by the Green Scientists and so-called experts.

Let’s look a little closer at the Commercial Fishing.

Research, conducted by the University of British Columbia in collaboration with the National Geographic Society and The Pew Charitable Trusts, ranks the top 20 nations that have the greatest impact on ocean ecosystems through catching or consuming marine wildlife.

China’s top ranking results from its enormous population, despite its very low per capita footprint of fish catch and consumption. Japan is high on the list too, a result of its rate of consumption (often by importation) of fish rather than its catch. The “top 20” lists of fish catch and consumption are published in the October issue of National Geographic magazine.

The United States comes in third in both lists, due to its relatively large population and tendency to eat top predator fish such as Atlantic salmon. Peru ranks second in the world in catch though is not in the top 20 fish-consuming countries because Peruvians on the whole eat little seafood.

Much of the world’s catch, especially from the high seas, is being purchased by wealthy nations for their people; poorer countries simply can’t afford to bid for high-value species, the article says. Citizens in poor nations also lose out if their governments enter into fishing or trade agreements with wealthier nations. In these cases, local fish are sold abroad and denied to local citizens — those who arguably have the greatest need to eat them and the greatest right to claim them.

Humanity’s demand for seafood has now driven fishing fleets into every virgin fishing ground in the world, the scientists say. A report by the World Bank and United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization suggests that even if the number of boats, hooks and nets now used were cut by half, the world would still end up catching too many fish to be sustainable for the future, Seaspiracy shows that is not sustainable now.

 United States4,931,017444,3695,375,386
 South Korea1,395,9511,859,2203,255,171
 United Kingdom702,405194,492896,897
 North Korea209,000554,100763,100
 Faroe Islands568,43583,300651,735
 South Africa622,0707,994630,064
 Sri Lanka521,63730,974552,611
 New Zealand424,791109,016533,807
 Papua New Guinea309,2456,200315,445
 Democratic Republic of the Congo237,3723,161240,533
 Sierra Leone202,10075202,175
 Hong Kong142,7754,258147,033
 Saudi Arabia68,08239,920108,002
 Federated States of Micronesia88,397088,397
 Republic of the Congo86,74817786,925
 Solomon Islands66,44510,58277,027
 United Arab Emirates73,0001,24174,241
 Ivory Coast67,5004,70172,201
 Saint Kitts and Nevis65,734165,735
 Marshall Islands64,795564,800
 El Salvador54,0847,95662,040
 Costa Rica14,75022,42137,171
 South Sudan35,0002035,020
 Central African Republic29,00019029,190
 Czech Republic3,50720,95224,459
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines23,077023,077
 Burkina Faso22,07047022,540
 Cape Verde19,900019,900
 Dominican Republic14,6402,28516,925
 French Polynesia13,7541,34315,097
 Trinidad and Tobago13,0271113,038
 São Tomé and Príncipe11,750011,750
 Equatorial Guinea8,000158,015
 Isle of Man7,04007,040
 New Caledonia3,8151,5875,402
 Bosnia and Herzegovina3054,5644,869
 Jersey and  Guernsey2,9851,4994,483
 American Samoa3,047203,067
 Antigua and Barbuda3,000103,010
 Turks and Caicos Islands2,78002,780
 Saint Lucia2,097322,129
 Puerto Rico1,901201,921
 North Macedonia3069861,292
 British Virgin Islands1,20001,200
 Northern Mariana Islands95042992
 US Virgin Islands5518559
 Sint Maarten2530253
 Cayman Islands1250125
 San Marino000
Total (2018)93,736,944101,084,799199,741,129

The film proposes much needed marine reserves and the elimination of fish consumption.

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