WHO IS THE PIRATE?

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Despite an international ban on commercial whaling in place for 25 years,

Japan has continued to send its ships to the Antarctic in the autumn or winter each year to catch whales by the hundreds. To prevent the killings, the anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd has been chasing and harassing the Japanese whale fleet in the frigid southern waters for years.

Breaking news

San Francisco, Monday–a judge of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling against Sea Shepherds clearing the way for Japan whaling interests to launch more extensive legal action against the group.

“When you ram ships, hurl glass containers of acid, drag metal-reinforced ropes in the water to damage propellers and rudders, launch smoke bombs and flares with hooks; and point high-powered lasers at other ships, you are, without a doubt, a pirate,” the judge said. “The activities that Cetacean [the Japanese whalers] alleges Sea Shepherd…

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One thought on “WHO IS THE PIRATE?

  1. TERRORISTS lie and kill and hide their identities.
    Sea Shepherds: None of the above.
    Japanese whalers: All of the above.

    The Sea Shepherds are ECO-WARRIORS, not eco-terrorists!
    They’re not eco-terrorists if they’re the ones trying to assist in the ecology’s preservation.
    It’s like having two people: one is burning trees, the other is trying to put the fires out.
    Which is the “eco-terrorist”?
    Who indeed is committing a crime here? A crime of piracy! Who leaves the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary with “plunder”? (Plunder without replenish!)

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