The KGB’s Sea of Slaughter

“If you see a school of whales where there is a feeding mother, first kill the calves because then the mother wont leave. Next, kill the kill the mother, then the male won’t leave. And finally, kill the male.” The comments of former whaling fleet captain Vladimir Dobralskiy echo the kill-at-all-costs credo that operated for years in the Soviet Union’s whaling industry.