Thursday, February 21, 2013

Sea Shepherd ramming explained

Sea Shepherd ramming explained

Sea Shepherd is claiming they were rammed multiple times by the Japanese whalers in the Southern Ocean.  They claim the Steve Irwin and Bob Barker fell victim to the Japanese ramming.  So?

If the Japanese did ram them, good!  Sea Shepherd in the past bragged they rammed the Japanese, so now that Sea Shepherd gets rammed, ramming then becomes wrong.  That is the behavior of bullies. 

The video and photographs to date released by Sea Shepherd do not support their hallucinated claims.  However photographs released by the Institute of Cetacean Research – ICR, seem to illustrate the ramming took place by Sea Shepherd, if not directly, then by placing their rust-bucket garbage scow in a position to be rammed.  Much like the Ady Gil a few years ago when it rammed the Japanese vessel.  
The Panamanian refueling vessel the Sun Laurel (4,067 tons) is waiting to refuel the Nisshin Maru (8,030 tons), when Sea Shepherd’s Bob Barker (788 tons) sails in front of the moving Nisshin Maru to ram the Sun Laurel.  The Nisshin Maru unable to stop while approaching the Sun Laurel collided with the Bob Barker who maneuvered to place itself in front of the Nisshin Maru.

Much like if you view a bus coming the street and when the bus is a few feet in front of you, you jump in the street in front of the bus, get rammed by the bus, and then complain you go rammed. 

Institute of Cetacean Research explaining what happened:

Sea Shepherd’s writing from their Facebook page illustrating their perspective of what happened:

Below is a link to a New Zealand radio interview with Cabin Boy / Peter Helmethead hallucinating his rust bucket garbage scow being rammed:

More of Cabin Boy’s further hallucinations:

Link to Texas Daddy store:


Anonymous said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Anonymous said...

Your a fucking moron. You know that right. Check yourself into mental institute and get some help.