Not only for the poor whale, but for the people who need to be on the water in that area.
I really hope that nobody gets hurt this summer because of the misdirected playfulness of a misplaced whale. I also hope they don’t end up having to put down the whale because it ate a small child or something similar.
However, if the whale isn’t successfully relocated due to continued interference, and someone does get hurt, I really hope that person (or their family if they are rendered unable or deceased) sues the shit out of those fucking idiotic, ignorant natives in a civil suit. Their direct prevention of the relocation of the whale is directly impacting the safety of both the whale, and the humans in the area.
And you know what? As hard as I try not to be, I really am pretty prejudiced against the First Nations population in BC. I’ve grown up as a first-hand witness to most of the bullshit schemes they pull to manipulate the system as a group. I do meet first nations people that I like and will develop friendships with all the time, but only on a one on one basis. If I meet them as a group of more than 4 or 5, I’m likely to simply turn around and walk away. I can’t help it.
I’m trying to change, but this whole Luna shitstorm really isn’t helping matters.