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    Why? Japan has not committed any illegal acts.

    Posted in: Japan says it will abide by court ruling on whaling

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    CGB Spender - Now, the question is: Will the SS terrorists abide by any laws? I doubt it!

    The eco-terrorist SS have never abided by any laws before so there is no reason to believe that they will abide by any laws in the future. Violence is their way of life. Violence is their answer to everything.

    Posted in: Disappointed Abe says Japan will abide by ruling on whaling

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    letsberealistic - So Sea Shepherd are in fact interested in saving ocean wildlife, wherever it might need saving and not just interested in attacking Japanese culture, money and violence? Many beliefs about SS have just been shattered.

    The eco-terrorist SS have a long, violent history of attacking fishermen and sinking vessels. The eco-terrorist SS brag about sinking 10 vessels. 11 if you add the eco-terrorist SS abandoning the Ady Gil to sink.

    The eco-terrorist SS has a history of attacking Norwegian vessels, the whaler Nybraena, Senet, and others. The Norwegian Coast Guard has previously fired warning shots at the eco-terrorist SS garbage scows to prevent further eco-terrorist SS violence. The Norwegian Foreign Ministry has called Watson a "terrorist." Norway has sentenced Watson, in absentia, to four months in prison.

    It's little wonder that the eco-terrorist SS have been steering clear of Norway's vessels and Coast Guard.

    Posted in: Sea Shepherd to refocus attention on Norway, other nations, if Japan abides by court ruling

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    wtfjapan - nothing will change even if the ruling is for Japan SS will continue to harass the whalers, and I for one will make a very large donation to SS if the ICJ doesnt have the nads to stop this slaughter. if anything it will just make SS plight more determined than ever. many activist are prepared to put there lives on the line for what they believe, are the whalers!?

    The whalers didn't seem to have much difficulty dealing the eco-terrorist SS this season. The ICJ decision will be based on the facts of the case and the law. I doubt if they will take your nads into consideration. The long, established, history of eco-terrorist SS violence will also have some influence with the court. The eco-terrorist SS "plight" is that they are crewed by incompetents and led by angry incompetents who may have suffered a stroke.

    Posted in: Top U.N. court to rule on legality of Japan's whale hunt on Monday

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    “We are still preparing to head down regardless of the ICJ’s decision,” said Jeff Hansen, director of Sea Shepherd, which spends about $4 million annually on its anti-whaling campaigns in the southern oceans.

    I'm shocked. The eco-terrorist SS intends to continue with it's repeated acts of violence regardless of this court, or any courts, decision. Violence is always the answer with the eco-terrorist SS and it's supporters.

    Hopefully, Australia and the Netherlands will finally realize that they are enabling the eco-terrorist SS violence by registering their garbage scows as Australian and Dutch vessels.

    Posted in: Top U.N. court to rule on legality of Japan's whale hunt on Monday

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    There were three high seas confrontations during the campaign, described by Sea Shepherd as "ambushes" from the Japanese, and Bob Barker captain Peter Hammarstedt claimed the season had been a success.

    Steve Irwin captain Sid Chakravarty said the harpooners had used "aggressive" tactics to flee from the activists but "they could not hide from us".

    Hahaha. The eco-terrorist SS only located the whalers on three occasions and now they finally admit that it was the whalers who found the eco-terrorist SS. What a hoot.

    The eco-terrorist SS wandered around aimlessly for 94 days and are now trying to justify their expenses by trying to make people believe that is supposed to be a victory. If wasting fuel and learning port from starboard can be considered a victory.

    I'm surprised that Watson hasn't suffered a stroke over this failure by his personally trained, and still inept, "captains".

    Posted in: Sea Shepherd campaigners return after anti-whaling mission

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    Putin signed the treaty with Crimean prime minister Sergei Aksyonov after over 97 percent of Crimeans voted in favor of joining Russia in a disputed referendum on Sunday.

    Russian lawmakers, who still have to ratify the treaty although it comes into force immediately, broke into raucous applause after the signing.

    97 percent of Crimeans voted in favor. Isn't a popular vote the Democratic way?

    Posted in: Putin defies West in fiery address over Crimea

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    President Barack Obama on Tuesday invited allied leaders for an emergency meeting in Europe next week to discuss further action in response to Russia’s involvement in Ukraine, as world economic powers considers whether Moscow’ should keep its membership in their organization.

    Obama invited the other G7 members to attend an additional meeting held during the nuclear summit. I wonder how many of the G7 will actually bother show up?

    Posted in: Obama invites G7 leaders for meeting on Ukraine

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    Really Japan? - Not once have I even mentioned Sea Shephard, to whom you so freely refer to as "eco-terrorist SS" (with the obvious intention of spreading some sort of propaganda). And I most certainly do not wish to change people's mind by supporting acts of violence, it is my intention to so by presenting solid arguments in an open and intelligent discussion.

    The FBI considers the eco-terrorist SS to be eco-terrorists.

    This thread is titled - Sea Shepherd claims Japanese whalers attacked its vessels. Do you support the repeated acts of violence committed by the eco-terrorist SS? Do you openly and strongly disapprove of the use of violence by the eco-terrorist SS?

    Any support of the eco-terrorist SS is a support of violence as a means to an end. Even Greenpeace refuses to have anything to do with the eco-terrorist SS because of the eco-terrorist SS repeated acts of violence.

    Nations have refused to flag/register eco-terrorist SS vessels because of their violent nature. Nations have rescinded their registry of eco-terrorist SS vessels because of the repeated eco-terrorist SS violence. There are few nations left who will even allow eco-terrorist SS vessels to be registered as that nations vessels because of the repeated acts of violence of the eco-terrorist SS. Only the Netherlands, Australia, and New Zealand encourage the eco-terrorist SS to practice their acts of piracy on the high seas.

    Posted in: Sea Shepherd claims Japanese whalers attacked its vessels

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    Really Japan? - And that goes to every single Japanese (and non-Japanese too) that does not openly and strongly show disapproval for these "cultural" or "scientific" killings.

    Really, Really Japan?? Is it your intention to change people's minds by supporting the continued acts of violence committed by the eco-terrorist SS? Or do you openly and strongly disapprove of use of violence by the eco-terrorist SS? Is violence your answer?

    Posted in: Sea Shepherd claims Japanese whalers attacked its vessels

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    Japan’s fisheries agency said its ships were dragging cables with buoys as a warning to Sea Shepherd to stay away.

    “The cables were already there and they (Sea Shepherd) approached the cables on their own,” an agency official told AFP

    Hahaha. So the whalers were defending themselves by towing a cable with a buoy as a warning to the eco-terrorist SS to stay clear. The eco-terrorist SS deliberately ran into the cable and are now attempting to blame the whalers for the choices the eco-terrorist SS made. What a hoot.

    Watson was a much better liar than the current weasel faced captain.

    Posted in: Sea Shepherd claims Japanese whalers attacked its vessels

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    There were so many signers on the "Deport Piers Morgan" petition on the Whitehouse website that Obama had to address the issue. Of course, Obama said that he didn't have the authority to deport Morgan. At the same time, a poll was taken in England. They voted that they wouldn't take Morgan back. After all, the English public had already kicked him out once. Australia, Canada, and the other English-speaking countries, who are familiar with Morgan's past use of his "journalistic" position to spy on and harass people who disagreed with him, do not want him either. Due to Piers Morgan's arrogance, he's a wanker without a country.

    Posted in: CNN to pull plug on Piers Morgan show

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    LisaScharin - The first word in this article is Militant, which says volumes right there about the bias here. Of course this article would uphold the Japanese, but there ARE laws that must be upheld.

    Yes, there are laws that must be upheld. Watson is a wanted fugitive. The eco-terrorist SS brag that they have sunk 10 vessels. 11 if you count the eco-terrorist SS abandoning the tow of the Ady Gil. The FBI considers the eco-terrorist SS to be eco-terrorists. A U.S. judge said the repeated violent actions of the eco-terrorist SS are those of pirates. Greenpeace and other animal-rights organizations refuse to have anything to do with the violent eco-terrorist SS. I reject the eco-terrorist SS continued violence and lies. You support eco-terrorist SS violence as a means to achieve your shared goals.

    Posted in: Sea Shepherd, whalers trade ambush accusations

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    Heda_Madness -

    Here are a couple of facts... and back to the article

    It it illegal to fire a flare unless you are in distress. It's also illegal to fire a flare at another vessel

    http://www.icrwhale.org/gpandsea-img428ENG.html

    And as Zichi said earlier 'If its true, then the whalers committed a crime'

    The SS trailing a rope behind to sabotage the whalers

    http://www.icrwhale.org/gpandsea-img427ENG.html

    As ever... the truth comes out.

    Once again, the eco-terrorist SS are proven to be liars and extremely violent. I'm always amazed by the pro-violence support being given to the lies and violence of eco-terrorist SS actions.

    Posted in: Sea Shepherd, whalers trade ambush accusations

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    Underground layers of water-bearing rock, called aquifers, in southern England were half-full before the rainy spell began, and have since seen “spectacular” rises in groundwater levels, he said.

    Is this the "silver lining" in that cloud that everyone's always talking about?

    Posted in: British PM warns of worsening flood crisis

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    The industry journal cited an unnamed executive as saying that there was one major scene featuring Hoffman in Part 2 which had not yet been shot, and that filmmakers were confident they could work around it.

    "They seem to have plans that don't seem very complicated" to complete both pictures without Hoffman, the Lionsgate executive said, adding: "You can do digital things, you can have conversations where you'ee not focusing on him but the people he's talking to."

    Rob Legato, a veteran effects supervisor not working on the "Hunger Games" films, told the Hollywood Reporter: "These days the technology of using someone's likeness is a whole lot easier to do.

    I guess this proves that movie-makers really don't need actors any more.

    Posted in: Hoffman could be digitized to complete 'Hunger Games' film

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    Eiji TakanoFeb. 11, 2014 - 07:25AM JST

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    Yawn. Who really cares what these Hollyweird-types have to say about international politics. They all spend their time pretending to be someone else and their fans appreciate their acting/singing. Only. I suspect that their agents told them that if they signed a letter to Ambassador Kennedy, they would get their names in the media and that's what's REALLY important to entertainers.

    Question for "arrestpaul": Why do you defend whaling and dolphin hunting? What's your reasons behind it?

    I object to the grand standing and attention-seeking of the Hollyweird-types, many of who never graduated high school.

    I strenuously object to the eco-terrorist SS constant and repeated use of violence to force others to do their biding.

    Did you mean to post your questions in a thread about actors and singers attempting to gain attention for their sagging careers?

    Posted in: Celebrities want to tie TPP trade pact with Japan to dolphin hunt

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    Jay Leno had a huge audience who enjoyed his humor and the way he handled quests. And Leno made money for NBC. He will be missed.

    (On the other hand, Conan O’Brien lost half of the "Tonight Show" audience during his time on the show. The "Tonight Show" audience didn't think he was very entertaining and he was costing NBC money thru lost advertising revenue. O'Brien had to go. NBC brought Leno back to boost revenue. Conan's current show never started with the expectations of drawing a really large audience. Which is perfect for someone as funny as Conan.)

    Posted in: After 22 years, Leno bids farewell to 'Tonight'

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    Backing the effort are Oscar-winning performers Sean Penn, Cher, Susan Sarandon, Jennifer Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow and Charlize Theron as well as TV stars Ellen DeGeneres and William Shatner.... and hip-hop producer Russell Simmons.

    Yawn. Who really cares what these Hollyweird-types have to say about international politics. They all spend their time pretending to be someone else and their fans appreciate their acting/singing. Only. I suspect that their agents told them that if they signed a letter to Ambassador Kennedy, they would get their names in the media and that's what's REALLY important to entertainers.

    Posted in: Celebrities want to tie TPP trade pact with Japan to dolphin hunt

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    While the vessel was LEGALLY ENTITLED to sail in the EEZ, the ministry said it had been made clear to Japanese officials before it entered the waters Friday that it was not welcome.

    Apparently NZ believes that it's OK for the violent eco-terrorist, Netherlands-registered, Steve Irwin to travel thru it's EEZ because NZ supports violence as a means to an end. Shame on NZ and shame on Netherlands.

    NZ is also aware, or should be, that international law allows vessels from other nations to travel thru their EEZ.

    Posted in: New Zealand summons Japanese ambassador over whaling dispute

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