Sea Shepherd

02006-12-21 | Environment, Internet, Nature | 6 comments

Sea Shepherd – The Truth about Greenpeace and Whaling
You should read this.
Thanks RT

You can donate to Sea Shepherd HERE.
Sea Shepherd web site
Sea Shepherd on MySpace

After reading some of your comments I want to say that I think Greenpeace has contributed a lot of good, but maybe hasn’t been as effective in terms of whaling as Sea Shephard. I think that should not mean that you get to put the money you earmarked for Greenpeace this year into lottery tickets or booze… :) It just means that maybe one has to spread one’s money across several different organizations that might be smaller, but act stronger in the areas of your interest.


  1. Michael

    Thanks Ottmar, I suppose I have been one of the many gullible contributors for many years. Last summer I was approached by a nice young lady while walking to the sand at Laguna Beach, CA. She had all the credentials and permits hanging around her neck so I gave in order to set an example for the child I was with. I am saddened.

  2. dave

    Very good article. Talk about pathological green.

  3. Carol

    Lilies that fester are stinkier than stink weeds. Pretending to help save whales they are worse than worthless if this is true and I guess it must be.Hard to imagine them being able to sleep with that on their conscience. Thank you for helping people know ,so more can be done to save these special mammals.

  4. Llindaskaye

    Ottmar…i too am surprised…i gave to Greenpeace waye back when i was in california…how are we to knowe…!? happy holidayes and beautiful music…alwayes amore y paz, llindaskaye e.p. ***********

  5. kathryn k

    Paul Watson is a good man

  6. kathryn k

    Captain Paul Watson speaking in Melbourne 1 hour before leaving for
    Antarctica to stop the Japanese whale slaughter (4 parts altogether):

    Part 1:

    Part 2

    Part 3

    Part 4

    Winnipeg man spends holiday saving whales
    Among crew of animal-rights ship

    Winnipeg Free Press
    Wed Dec 27 2006

    By Kevin Rollason

    WHILE Winnipeggers slogged through snow and carved their Christmas
    turkeys, Wolseley resident David Nickarz


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