This blog is an attempt to expose the propaganda masquerading as political correctness which is epidemic in the news media. A news media which is following the model established by fascist, communist, and dictatorial regimes. Plus a few fun videos mixed in with some product reviews.
Also, exposing the hypocrisy of cult groups such as She Shepherd and their type .
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Sea Shepherd continues the lie about Japan’s earthquake
tsunami donated funds
When Sea Shepherd’s Paul Watson was released from a German
prison May 21, 2012.Outside the prison
he held a press conference.See the
video link below at the 4:15 mark Mr. Watson said the following:
“…Japan took thirty-five million dollars from the earthquake
tsunami relief fund to be used against us and I don’t think that when people donated
that money that they thought that was what it was going to be used for.But they been using it to do PR and legal
challenges against our activities against their illegal operations.”
Link to Watson video press conference at the 4:15 the distortion
about the donated earthquake tsunami donated relief funds:
Here is the truth ignored by Sea Shepherd, their minions,
and their types who enthusiastically believe any negative story about Japan, be
it true or false:
The money given to the Japanese whaling industry did not come
from charitable donations made to assists the victims of the 11 March 2011
earthquake / tsunami.
Those funds are still being administered by the charities at
their discretion. The money given to the Japanese mariners are from the
Japanese government, from the Japanese taxpayers. Basically this is the concern
of the Japanese people and Japanese tax payers, all others: mind your own
The money is part of funds allocated for the redevelopment
of the impacted areas. Part of this redevelopment is to inspire the economic
sector of the communities located on the coastal regions. The communities earn
their livelihood from the sea and the feeder businesses to this industry. The
whaling mariners are part of this community. They live, shop, and work in these
communities. The whales they bring back are processed in these communities, all
of which spur economic activity contributing to the development of the region.