Biking for Wolves:     Following the Pessinkiwolve

Biking for Wolves: Following the Pessinkiwolve

BIKING FOR WOLVES: from lake Galven in Hälsingland/Sweden via Kivikiekki in North Karelen/Finland to Stockholm/Sweden. The bikingtour is divided into over 60 distances and will go on for over 4 months in summer/autumn 2012

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68. distance: Borgå - Helsinki

Biking for Wolves project 2012Posted by Gianluca Gaudenzi Sat, November 10, 2012 13:14:55
09 & 10. november 2012

Before arriving at Helsinki and the Finish Parliament, the project had sent out information to both members of the Finish Parliament and their Ministery officials and the press:

The building shows power and the abuse of power. Here, the rights of Wolves to live should be protected, not undermined. The place should be accessible to all people, as it is built by the people's money. And all people have the right to raise their voice and to show their messages to these paradox governmental systems and representatives. A sustainable society can only exist without the governmetal abuse of power.

Picture: In front of the Finish Parliament

The Pessinki Wolf raises his voice and fights for its rights infront of the Finish Parliament: 09. november 2012; Meetingpoint Biking for Wolves.

Picture: With a member of the Finish Nature League and a mexican visitor of the parliament, who in Meciko is involved in the protection of the black bears.

A clerk of the Parliament tried by force to stop the rights of the Wolf by using violence. Once more the Finish Parliament shows that it does not only act against the EU-law and directives (Council Directive 92/43/EEC), but their employées also show bad treatment of people.

Picture: The representative of the Wolf defends his rights.

Picture: Meetingpoint Biking for Wolves 10. november 2012; 15.00-18.00 infront of Kamppi in central Finland. All of you who are engaged in protected the Wolves - come and join!