Wednesday, November 1, 2023

Calypso Paul Watson island hopping

Calypso Paul Watson island hopping

Paul Watson of the Captain Paul Watson Foundation, island hopping?  The ship’s Jamaican registration was revoked due illegal actions in the Faroe Islands.  For about three months the vessel John Paul DeJoria unable to sale without a valid registration.  The rust bucket garbage scow has been moored in Hull, United Kingdom.

Claiming due to ship repairs.  Hooey. Could have built a new vessel in that time.  Recently they acquired a new registration.  This time from the Caribbean islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis. 

From one Caribbean Island nation to another, island hopping.  Will Calypso Watson with his cosplay dreadlocks surface?   

Calypso Paul Watson in Saint Kitts & Nevis

Links to donate money to these clowns.  For when they sail, they provide material for these videos.

Captain Paul Watson Foundation:

Link to Captain Paul Watson Foundation:

NOTE:  Black ribbon on the United States flag is an expression of mourning for the death of the constitutional republic in the United States of America that happened on January 20th, 2021.     

Additional informative Sea Shepherd videos:

Link to Texas Daddy store:

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