Friday, July 29, 2011

Sea Shepherd "man overboard" or "abandon ship"

Sea Shepherd’s vessel the Steve Irwin is currently detained in Scotland, United Kingdom. A Maltese fishing company “Fish and Fish” filed a lawsuit in Scotland against Sea Shepherd for $1.5 million dollars for damages caused by Sea Shepherd drones during the Maltese Bluefin tuna catch recently in the Mediterranean Sea.

Captain Kangaroo / Admiral Beauregard Watson did not stay with the ship like a real captain would. According to a 2007 article appearing in the magazine, “The New Yorker” he is not a credential sea captain and perhaps his recent flight from his vessel validates the article. Here is a link to that article:

To good Captain Kangaroo fled Scotland, left his ship behind and flew to South Africa around 9,000 miles to the south. Captain Kangaroo / Admiral Beauregard Watson was scheduled to take the Steve Irwin to join the rest of Sea Shepherd rust-bucket garbage scows in the Faroe Islands. However he fled to South Africa to join She Shepherd cowards who recently fled the neighboring country of Namibia after being chased by the Namibian military.

They were in Namibia trying to disrupt the seal hunt taking place in the country. Seems like the She Shepherd volunteers ran so not to be thrown in a Namibian jail. These volunteers must be different than the Sea Shepherd volunteers in the Faroe Islands because according to Captain Kangaroo / Admiral Beauregard Watson they are prepared to be thrown into a Faroe Island jail to enjoy Viking hospitality.

Article of the girly-men running from the Namibian military:

The cowards of She Shepherd plan to disrupt the whale harvesting in the Faroe Islands by dropping transponders on the ocean floor. Telling their supporters the sound emitted from the transponders will drive the whales from the Faroe Islands. However they do just the opposite and drive the whales in the Faroe Island fiords to be harvested by the descendants of the Vikings. Why would She Shepherd purposely drive the whales to be harvested? Good question:

Animal Planet Whale Wars announced a spinoff of Whale Wars: Whale Wars Faroe Islands style. For this new spinoff they need dramatic and gory video footage. What better footage than to show whales on the Faroe Island beaches being slaughter with blood and guts spread out? See the She Shepherd it is not about saving the whales, it is about exploiting suckers to donate and seeking ratings and viewers for their new spinoff.

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