The weekend after Christmas has proven to be the busiest holiday weekend of the year for Orlando Hotels and other tourism business. While this is true there was one theme park that probably did not fare so well as normal. Was it an act of terrorism, no but it absolutely had an effect on the money machine this weekend.
Thousands of protesters stood at the entrance of SeaWorld this morning all the way through the mid afternoon in protest stemming from the large anti captivity movement stemming from movies like Blackfish or popular TV series such as Whale wars. This what went down today proves that these anti captivity groups are doing their homework to know that this is the busiest tourism day of the year that parks count on, and since them opening their mouths will not make a change, they figure the only way is to basically picket the park on a day where it counts on the money.
You might think so what, people are still going in which they are. But many are changing plans after taking children to the park and seeing the sad posters that protesters are holding up. There argument is clear, precise and convincing. While empathy is shrinking overall, there is a solid sense of love for the animals in most of the world.
My take on this is what’s shocking to me is the fact that people organize around whales which is great for the cause, I too am an animal lover but our country is under major attack right now, our citizens and our future, the future of our children and nobody except fake union ran occupy movements come out of the woodworks. We have chemtrails that to this day nobody tells us what they are and if you believe they are con trails, you have eaten too many mushrooms in that salad. We have toxic foods jamming our supermarkets, our leadership thinks Sweden’s new communist type speech is good practice. These people need to look at the big picture of whales, the waters of other countries that dump toxic waste in the sea. What is coming down from those chemtrails that contain barium in many reports.
Will this ultimately be the demise of SeaWorld? Everything runs in cycles and if popular demand continues with large scale financial attacks aka protests on busy days, it will ultimately be the end of SeaWorld as we all know it.