tv World Apart with Oxana Boyko RT November 3, 2013 6:29pm-7:01pm EST
at the moment when i don't have the means of all the strength to work alone. that's why they come along and help me. take care of the nets and the engine. that's why i'm forced to bring them to the pirogue and then we're going to. look at their age they should be studying and not working but we have no other income. because he has three more brothers at home and i have to feed them. in the past grandfathers would catch fish near the shore and. get it
they enter our territorial waters they fish because they load the fish on to the ships and leave for china ages spain in europe. here's a bottom trawl which destroys the ecosystem. they only choose the noble fish for which they have orders and they throw the rest back into the sea dead on them and. they throw away tons of dead fish all the time. don't so they kill the resources. that are not accessible to small fishermen.
get a loop the sea bottom and destroy the oceans. but six. years of the young. where you once saw life complete where you once saw the gorgons this beautiful marine plant. you know you see only garbage. this statistics the facts and figures they all speak for themselves if we do not act today to combat you fishing then we will have no fish some of the estimates are that you know within fifty to one hundred years our sees will be devoid of commercial fish stocks so this is a very serious and. very urgent problem that needs immediate international action.
before we would see very big fish thirty kilo groupers. him on huge guard fish versus sharks we would see many big fish. count on today if we see a group of this size we're surprised people for the fish are getting smaller and smaller and we have reached the point where they don't even have the time to reproduce. the european union is ironically taking fish from some of the poorest nations on earth to meet their own demand for fish so they have destroyed their own fish stocks and now they are increasingly fishing in west africa and taking the fish out of the mouths of people that depend on the most here in west africa.
a very great way cannot say that the year was a saint would leave you look down other way and we didn't important for addicts of illegal fishing and we thought we estimate that until two thousand and ten it would not be drugs and at least sixteen percent of imports came from illegal fishing. so in one way or the other i wouldn't say with favorite illegal fishing but let's say we liberated some of the better according to our own data and to u.n. data it was illegal fishing was officially the second producer of fish stocks globally that was the second producer do you understand of and we're talking of an industry of approximately ten billion you are there year in year very good pic of the sokoto maybe give up the phone.
that's a day that illegal fishing is taking the bread out of our mouths. maybe douglas not billion dollars is a lot of five hundred billion francs if we could channel five hundred billion each year to one of our small states iraq. mauritania synagogue guinea-bissau. that would allow those states to develop very quickly.
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but when the ships are here you know everyone in the business has problems they molest us when we share the same area in the sea and they destroy our notes. how many boxes of fish if you call four boxes of fifty kilo as each of them and not thinking how much would you sell them for i don't mean i want fourteen thousand francs about twenty one euro's for each box. i will find it's barely enough for the fuel it's not. homeless they know no limits. they do whatever they want to see. we
see the fish there. but we can't catch them because of the foreign ships. but that we will save the percent of our needs and animal protein is provided by fish. the day the fish disappear that i think could deliver food safety of the senegalese will be endangered if. the peanut boats and fishing are going to have always been at the heart of the life of the town's inhabitants. you see here we are born among fishermen and become fishermen who do would you please share our whole lives revolve around fishing but.
look what they've got even babies from the cradle their first choice is a boat you can go. a lot of the age of four to five they have a boat and go swimming we fill up with the. nine or ten they go out to see. all our lives from the cradle to the grave we fish. on the graves you will see fishing nets pieces of wood from boats which shows that fishing is a cultural thing. when they take away the boats and the fishing from us they take away our lives.
her. you do not put money in the bank for the future. as we live day by day we spend whatever money we have been for one hundred to solve problems. one to me good when you when i come back from fishing you might give away the first piece. there's employment in my list second one is for my family and the rest is for selling. what we. have that.
you might not have a single koinonia if you come to the sure with nothing but your basket you would love it when the boats arrive we'll give the fish oil to go to waffle. to live with it's a social tax if you're an old fisherman and can't go out fishing anymore. since there is no organized social security they will always give you fish for you to sell this is for that is your pension. you need to can lend this issue live the merchant buy it and the women like the rest of the fish which would otherwise be thrown back into the sea they preserve it so that the people would be able to eat some day the fisherman can't go out to the sea also give to other areas and that is very important to end there is no fish.
monitoring fishing by side the last couple of days integrated in sound bites and fishing a legal aid halted in thing a recent head for a fishing illegally in the past now we have fisheries and speak to its own board from guinea and will continue to patrol the area in a race to any fights that a court fishing illegally. every. one of them to liberate them to do something about going on. if you want to make them sick. a lot of them will get you know
a little more you know not on board this train no he's not on the list. tell him. it's very good for him now to be i want to do whatever we want us not if not we're going to stay here and to go our buck will come to this he will go and who i was the we would take him in our ship we've got we've got him i'm deceiving for. p.c.'s and the rat race to the scene without a license. they never expected the trial civilians were told to come that's for sure because they know that you know and also if you don't have the means to them that's. the one said which is found and arrested that doesn't sound they're doing exactly the same never again.
and get used to that you know how to get sometimes i can see foreign ships here it doesn't add
up but there's nothing i can do apart from reporting them to dhaka. play there. are a lot of get out if we call decca. but the ship would have left before they have time to arrive. the same even when we had a small ship here that they had time to escape so you really couldn't open it that means they have watchman here you know. and in deca.
what we do now is not important or important. in peace we are unable to fight those ships
people to see if they are a big ships armed ships faster than our patrols would put to you. is that we have made an appeal to our friends our friends will move but they won't move as long as we don't have fast patrols are as well armed as those ships there's nothing we can do against illegal fishing.
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