Wednesday, February 29, 2012

She Shepherd saving whales or the Captain's posterior?

Sea Shepherd saving whales or the
Captain’s posterior (rear-end) ?

Currently Sea Shepherd’s vessel the Steve Irwin which supposedly the cult leader Captain Kangaroo is on board is trying to shake off a Japanese vessel. Basically the Steve Irwin is running from the Japanese. There is an active arrest warrant issued in Japan for cult leader Captain Kangaroo.
So while people around the globe donate money to save the whales, in essence that money is being used to save the cult leader from getting arrested. During the Vietnam War in the USA the president was Lyndon Baines Johnson, popularly referred to as “LBJ.” The anti-war protestors in the USA use to chant “Hey hey LBJ how many kids have you killed today.”

Sea Shepherd Southern Ocean

How about an update to that chant and ask She Shepherd: “Hey hey girly-men how many whales have you saved today?” Answer: 0 (zero, zip, nada). That is because while Sea Shepherd’s Steve Irwin is playing cat and mouse with the Japanese vessel, the rest of the Japanese whaling fleet is in the Southern Ocean harvesting one whale right after another, right after another ,right after another, and right after another. Thanks to the good Captain running scared, it should be a bountiful whaling season for the whalers. Thank you She Shepherd! Thank you scared Captain!

At the conclusion of the previous whaling season the cult leader Captain Kangaroo boasted he was 75% sure the Japanese would not return to the Southern Ocean to go whaling. So perhaps the Japanese whalers returned on Captain Kangaroo’s remaining 25%. Video from the ICR show the Steve Irwin a safe distance from the Japanese vessel playing it safe for the cult leader.

Will She Shepherd ram the Japanese vessel as in previous whaling seasons? Doubt it because the cult leader fears being boarded then arrested by the Japanese.

Video and photograph of the Southern Ocean courtesy of the Institute of Cetacean Research – ICR © copyright. Music from “Prairie Land.””

Video explaining terms of endearment used in reference to She Shepherd:

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