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Post  true lilly on Sun Jan 08, 2012 3:58 am

Australians 'held as prisoners'
by Japanese whaling authorities

by:Adam Gartrell
From:AAP

January 08, 2012
1:02PM

117 comments

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society ship the Steve Irwin. AFP

UPDATE 5.30pm: The Federal Government says its priority is to make
sure the three whaling activists who climbed on board a Japanese whaling
security ship are being well cared for.

Attorney-General Nicola Roxon said in Melbourne that the Government
had been in touch with the Japanese Government to find out exactly
where the security ship is in Australia's exclusive economic zone in the
waters off Western Australia.


"It's early days and it's happened just a number of hours ago,'' Ms Roxon said.
"Our top priority is to make sure Australian citizens are safe and that they are being well cared for.''

She said the boat had not applied to come to shore to offload the three protesters and that they might end up in Japan.

"We know there is a risk protest action will be taken and know there is a
risk it might get out of hand in either direction,'' she said.


The West Australians from the Forest Rescue environmental group boarded the Japanese security vessel Shonan Maru No 2 in what they said were Australian waters off Bunbury overnight.

The daring mission was aimed at forcing the Japanese vessel to stop tailing
the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's flagship, the Steve Irwin, which returned to Australia this weekend to deliver damaged fellow anti-whaling ship, the Brigitte Bardot.


The men climbed past razor wire and spikes to board the ship and deliver a
message: "Return us to shore in Australia and then remove yourself from
our waters.''


But the Shonan Maru No 2 this afternoon was instead persisting with its pursuit of the Steve Irwin, with the Australians still on board.


A spokesman for the whalers at the Institute of Cetacean Research, Glenn Inwood, confirmed the men were still aboard the vessel.


"They are unhurt, they are being questioned and there has been no decision on
anything beyond that at this stage,'' the New Zealand-based Mr Inwood
told AAP.


Mr Inwood said it was wrong to say the incident happened in Australian waters.


"Australia has legal jurisdiction out to 12 miles. The equivalent of that is 19km.
This mooring happened at 40km out. So this did not occur within Australian territorial waters.''


The Japanese Government is expected to make a further statement later today.


Sea Shepherd captain Paul Watson urged the government to take action before
the vessels left Australian waters.


"I think the Australian Government would be very embarrassed if an armed
Japanese vessel can just pick up Australian citizens in Australia and
then take them away to Japan,'' Captain Watson told AAP from the Steve Irwin.


"I think it's their obligation to protect the interests of their own citizens.

"Japanese vessels have no right to take prisoners in Australian waters.''

Opposition environment spokesman Greg Hunt said the Government had ignored
repeated warnings this sort of incident was likely to happen.


"They have turned a blind eye to inevitable conflict in Australian waters,'' Mr Hunt told AAP.


"They should immediately dispatch a Customs vessel.


"They should also seek the immediate transfer of the prisoners from the Japanese ship to Australian authorities.''


Australian authorities could then take any subsequent action they deem necessary, Mr Hunt said.


Meanwhile, the three activists have been named as Geoffrey Owen Tuxworth, 47, of
Perth, Simon Peterffy, 44, of Bunbury, and Glen Pendlebury, 27, of Fremantle.


Forest Rescue issued a statement saying they had "come from the forests of Australia''
to defend the whales.


The activists took action against the Japanese ship because it was operating in contempt
of Australian courts and in defiance of the will of Australian people, they said.


"We are on board this ship because our government has failed to uphold its pre-election promise to end whaling in the Southern Ocean,'' Mr Peterffy was quoted as saying.


The group hopes its action will remind the Government of what it says is
its obligation to prohibit whaling vessels from entering Australian waters.


It says it is "insulted and disappointed'' in the Government for allowing the transit of
whale vessels in Australian waters.


The Steve Irwin towed the Brigitte Bardot to port in Fremantle for repairs after it was damaged by a freak wave in the Southern Ocean on December 29.


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true lilly wrote:Wink Laughing
'Ninjas' shadowing anti-whaling ships


2:36PM
Alison McMeekin


A SHIP carrying armed Japanese "ninjas"
are shadowing two anti-whaling vessels
into Australian waters,
Rolling Eyes activists say. Rolling Eyes
Australians 'held as prisoners' by Japanese whaling authorities

Government negotiates with Japanese for release of Australians
by: Matt Johnston

From: Herald Sun

January 09, 2012 12:00AM


Sea Shepherd activists Glen Pendlebury, Geoffrey Tuxworth and Simon Peterffy
have been captured by Japanese whalers.
Herald Sun


THREE anti-whaling activists who boarded a Japanese whaler
are being held on the ship as the Gillard Government negotiates
for their release.

Attorney-General Nicola Roxon said "all options" were being considered.

Geoffrey Tuxworth, Simon Peterffy and Glen Pendlebury boarded the Japanese
whaling ship Shonan Maru 2 off the coast of Western Australia using the
cover of darkness
, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society said.


The Sea Shepherd and Forest Rescue environmental groups joined forces
to smuggle
the men on board.


A Sea Shepherd statement says the men delivered a message: "Return us to
shore in Australia and then remove yourself from our waters."


"Three Australian citizens are being held as prisoners on board the Japanese vessel,"
the statement says.


The Shonan Maru 2 had been tailing Sea Shepherd's Steve Irwin, causing tensions to rise between the two groups.

Ms Roxon said the boarding of the Japanese vessel happened outside
Australian territorial waters
,
which limited the Government's legal
options.


Ms Roxon said the Government would enter talks with Japan
to see if the men could be brought ashore.


"From an Australian perspective, our top priority is making sure that Australian citizens are safe," she said.


Ms Roxon said it was a "complex legal situation".


"International laws make clear that the most likely jurisdiction will be Japanese domestic law,"
she said.


Opposition environment spokesman Greg Hunt said the Government had ignored
warnings there could be a confrontation between whalers and protesters.


He called for a Customs vessel to be sent to the area, and for the
Government to act swiftly to bring the activists back to shore.


"The Government must seek an immediate handover of the protesters to Australian authorities," Mr Hunt said
.

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Post  true lilly on Sun Jan 08, 2012 11:36 am

true lilly wrote:
LADY TIS-SHINE wrote:BASTARDS THE LOT OF YOU!!! What has happened in all this is that Pamela
instead of talking to Icke with dignity has only gone and run to The
Daily Mail with a story to sell for money!!! Bitch, and she will not
succeed in that court action against Icke I know of it. Anyway whilst I
was in the Icke forum, I noticed that Marpat was 'ON WARNING' ha ha ha
ha ha.
Anyway Sean my love, if you are listening to this, please make me active again in the Icke forum cos it is upsetting the likes of the IL forum that I am in that forum and they are not. You are a good man and keep up the good work.
The
Daily Mail is going to have some sort of vendetta against Icke, I sense
it and I see it is going to turn like it was like that campaign the DM
did against the Moonies (which incidentally did a lot for humanity). Father Moon was a misunderstood man, and True Lilly, stop trolling the threads with nonsense which is irrevelant to the topic OK!!! TinTin my arse.
LADY TIS-SHINE
ALL SELLING THE SAME SNAKE OIL, FOR THE SAME BEAST

btw, it isn't 'trolling' when one knows what one is looking for.
That's called retrieving information.
And knowing what "tintin" has spewed over the years
FOR 'Them' Who Peddle ICKEST TYPE RELIGIONS,

it was as easy as Googling:
"no one expects the spanish inquisition expect david icke".
Razz
true lilly wrote:
McKallisti
Of The Sods wrote:
goldenprince wrote: the controlled version david puts
out or you are not 'awake' and will be called a sheeple, shill, mentally
ill or a government agent,
True Dat...



See Here...

http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?p=1060500127#post1060500127

eternal spirit wrote:

Originally Posted by largejack

You have to laugh though don't you?

She just wants to get on with her life... What by doing a hitpiece with a newspaper that hates Icke????

By the way watch out for goldenprince on there, he's disinfo if ever I saw one?


Someone using that name used to post here he was banned a while ago.



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with a passion for pretty things, comic books and pop culture.
Tries to be funny sometimes.

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tintin wrote:
27-07-2008, 02:22
PM
#6657

Spanish INQUISITION
is coming.


The one world religion.



When I google WILLEM ALEXANDER I now get this
pic as the first one.
A completely marked WILLEM ALEXANDER of ORANGE.

The MARK of the BEAST.

http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?p=552752#post552752
GREEN DRAGON and castle


Dutch Royal boat.
GREEN DRAGON


WILLEM ALEXANDER was raised at DRACO CASTLE.
GREEN DRAGON and a CASTLE.....




Coat of arms THORN
GREEN DRAGON

This is the ANTI-CHRIST.
http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=11956&page=85


The Prince of ORANGE
on his ship
THE GREEN DRAGON.


Now look at the weapon of FC PORTO.



A GREEN DRAGON ON TOP.
true lilly wrote:
true lilly wrote:Wink Laughing
'Ninjas' shadowing anti-whaling ships


2:36PM
Alison McMeekin


A SHIP carrying armed Japanese "ninjas"
are shadowing two anti-whaling vessels
into Australian waters,
Rolling Eyes activists say. Rolling Eyes
Australians 'held as prisoners' by Japanese whaling authorities

Government negotiates with Japanese for release of Australians
by: Matt Johnston

From: Herald Sun

January 09, 2012 12:00AM


Sea Shepherd activists Glen Pendlebury, Geoffrey Tuxworth and Simon Peterffy
have been captured by Japanese whalers.
Herald Sun


THREE anti-whaling activists who boarded a Japanese whaler
are being held on the ship as the Gillard Government negotiates
for their release.

Attorney-General Nicola Roxon said "all options" were being considered.

Geoffrey Tuxworth, Simon Peterffy and Glen Pendlebury boarded the Japanese
whaling ship Shonan Maru 2 off the coast of Western Australia using the
cover of darkness
, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society said.


The Sea Shepherd and Forest Rescue environmental groups joined forces
to smuggle
the men on board.


A Sea Shepherd statement says the men delivered a message: "Return us to
shore in Australia and then remove yourself from our waters."


"Three Australian citizens are being held as prisoners on board the Japanese vessel,"
the statement says.


The Shonan Maru 2 had been tailing Sea Shepherd's Steve Irwin, causing tensions to rise between the two groups.

Ms Roxon said the boarding of the Japanese vessel happened outside
Australian territorial waters
,
which limited the Government's legal
options.


Ms Roxon said the Government would enter talks with Japan
to see if the men could be brought ashore.


"From an Australian perspective, our top priority is making sure that Australian citizens are safe," she said.


Ms Roxon said it was a "complex legal situation".


"International laws make clear that the most likely jurisdiction will be Japanese domestic law,"
she said.


Opposition environment spokesman Greg Hunt said the Government had ignored
warnings there could be a confrontation between whalers and protesters.


He called for a Customs vessel to be sent to the area, and for the
Government to act swiftly to bring the activists back to shore.


"The Government must seek an immediate handover of the protesters to Australian authorities," Mr Hunt said
.

johnstonm@heraldsun.com.au

true lilly wrote:Brown slams surveillance of green activists
Updated: January 07, 2012 13:30:36


Photo:Greens leader Bob Brown says the Government is spying on community groups.
(Alan Porritt: AAP)

Map: Australia


Greens leader Bob Brown has accused
Federal Resources Minister Martin Ferguson
of turning Australia into a police state,

after reports he pushed for increased surveillance
of
environmental activists.


A report in Fairfax newspapers details documents,
obtained under Freedom of Information laws, that show
Mr Ferguson requested additional monitoring of
anti-coal mining groups and other environmental groups.


Senator Brown claims coal and fossil fuel companies pressured Mr Ferguson into having
the federal police spy on environment groups who protest against energy companies.


Senator Brown says tens of thousands of dollars of taxpayers' money is being spent
having private contractors monitor activists.

"That paying of private corporations to spy on community groups is an abuse
of taxpayers' money," he said.


"Martin Ferguson should never have been allowed to promote that and
it should be stopped.
"The Attorney-General, if not the Prime Minister,
should see that it stops immediately."


A spokeswoman for Mr Ferguson says governments are concerned with
maintaining energy security.


She says this includes maintaining the rule of law and energy supply,
where issues-motivated groups seek to engage in unlawful activity.


Topics:
activism-and-lobbying,
government-and-politics,
greens,
environment,
australia

First posted: January 07, 2012 13:10:39
LADY
TIS-SHINE wrote:
Pearl Harbour for the Aussie Whales eh? Anyway why the hell
do you not post your crap in your section of forum and anyway if they
want to eat whale meat, then who are you to stop them. It seems to me,
that only a whale will find any interest in what you are writing down.
YOU ARE such a MORON.

I am so glad YOU ARE.

BEING SO DEVOTED to that DEMON SERVING David ICKE,
well it IS GOOD that folk get to SEE JUST WHAT A MORON
one has to be, TO KEEP ROWING that BARBED WIRE CANOE
DOWN SHIT CREEK.

true lilly wrote:15-5-2008
#4937

(AUST.)Government
to get tough on

Patagonian toothfish
poachers

by Peter O'Connor
Environmental News Network,
Associated Press
01 October 2002

Australia will aggressively crack down on poachers
of the endangered Patagonian toothfish
with tougher fines, new international agreements,
and a new patrol boat,
the government said Monday.

Federal Conservation Minister Sen. Ian McDonald said
the government was tired of seeing sophisticated international
syndicates plundering the endangered fish
from Australian waters,
and the Cabinet recently approved extra funds to
mount a blitz on the poachers.

"Our careful management of the fish stocks is of no avail
if people can just come in and raid and plunder our fisheries,"
McDonald said.

Found in remote southern waters
dominated by
Australia's
marine economic zone
,

the fish's flaky white flesh is prized
in restaurants in Japan, the United States,
Canada, and the European Union.


Read more at http://enn.com/news/wire ... 48578.asp.
But this isn't really a sidetrack, just more support
for the case we've been making; "THEY" HIDE
KEYS that UNLOCK HIDDEN TRUTH.

See, OZZIES are VERY ACTIVE in those
EXTREMELY SOUTHERN OCEANS..."protecting"
fish & whales...MY SKINNY LITTLE ARSE!
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Post  true lilly on Tue Jan 10, 2012 11:38 pm

NO, it is NOT about 'saving whales', 'saving the planet',
'protecting Patagonian Toothfish'...none of that cow plop...

true lilly wrote:


And don't forget the VOLCANOES...
Villagers panic as Indonesian volcano erupts
Posted
: December 27, 2011
16:05:07

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-12-27/indonesian-volcano-eruption-panics-villagers/3748860
...particularly DEEP SEA VOLCANIC ACTIVITY....
...particularly as MURDOCH's Herald Sun has just
posted this, very old news, under "Breaking News",
and included the links that show they know it isn't
"breaking news" about the critters they've found,
BUT...there does seem to be something about
DEEP SEA VENT TEMPERATURES...


Deep sea vents teeming with new life
by:From correspondents in Paris
From:AFP

January 11, 2012
2:46PM


THE ocean's deepest volcanic vents, kilometres below the surface,
are teeming with life forms never before seen that thrive near super-hot
underwater geysers, according to a new study.

Eyeless shrimps and white-tentacled anemones have ben photographed
bunched around cracks in the ocean floor spewing mineral-rich water
thatmay top 450C
, researchers reported today.*



The vents - baptised the Beebe Vent Field in honour of the first scientist to venture
into the deep ocean - were discovered on the Caribbean seafloor in the Cayman
Trough, south of the Cayman Islands.


Some 5km below the surface, the trench is home to the world's deepest known
"black smoker" vents, so called for the cloudy fluid that gushes from them.


During an expedition in 2010
, a team led by marine geochemist Doug Connelly
of Britain's National Oceanography Centre and University of Southampton
biologist Jon Copley used a deep-diving robot submarine to explore the trough.


Related Coverage

The researchers also found previously unknown vents on the upper
slopes of nearby Mount Dent, which rises some 3km from the sea floor.

Its peak is the same distance beneath the surface waves.


"Finding black smoker vents on Mount Dent was a complete surprise," Connelly said
in a statement.
"Hot and acidic vents have never been seen in an area like this before."


The discoveries suggested that
active deep-sea volcanic vents
were more widespread
around the globe
than previously thought
,

he said.


Cameras on the submarine captured startling images of a new species
of ghostly-pale shrimp - dubbed Rimicaris hybisae - that had gathered
in clusters of up to 2000 specimens per square metre.


Lacking normal eyes, the shrimp have a light-sensing organ on their backs,
presumably to help them navigate in the faint glow of the deep-sea vents,
said the study, published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Communication.


A related species, Rimicaris exoculata, has been found at the edge of another
deep-sea vent 4000km away on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.


"Studying creatures at these vents and comparing them with species
at other vents around the world will help us to understand how animals disperse
and evolve in the deep ocean," Copley said.

"One of the big mysteries of deep-sea vents is how animals are able to disperse
from vent field to vent field, crossing apparently large distances."


Elsewhere at the Beebe Vent Field, the scientists saw hundreds of white anemones
lining the cracks where warm, copper-rich water seeps from the sea bed.


The vents on Mount Dent also thronged with the new shrimp, along with a
snake-like fish, an unknown species of snail and a flea-like crustacean
called an amphipod.

______________________________

...so from TODAY'S BREAKING NEWS (above):
Beebe Vent Field..Caribbean seafloor in the Cayman
Trough, south of the Cayman Islands.

...spewing mineral-rich water that
may top 450C
,
researchers reported today.*


...and from those links of 5-6 days ago:
East Scotia Ridge deep beneath the Southern
Ocean, between Antarctica and the tip of South America.

...spew liquid at temperatures of up to 382 degrees Celsius

"may top 450C"
"up to 382C"


Mysterious new sea creatures
found in Antarctica

From:AFP
January 05, 2012
12:38PM


An unidentified pale octopus on the sea floor of the ocean near Antarctica. A seven-pronged starfish, a mysterious pale octopus and a new yeti crab are among previously
undiscovered life found there. Source: AFP


A SEVEN-pronged starfish, a mysterious pale octopus and a new kind
of yeti crab are among a teeming community of previously undiscovered
life on the sea floor near Antarctica, British researchers say.

The species, described this week on the online journal PloS
Biology, were first glimpsed in 2010 when researchers lowered a robotic
vehicle to explore the East Scotia Ridge deep beneath the Southern
Ocean, between Antarctica and the tip of South America.


The dark and remote area is home to hydrothermal vents, which are deep-sea
springs that spew liquid at temperatures of up to 382 degrees Celsius
and have previously been found to host unusual life forms in other parts
of the world.


"Hydrothermal vents are home to animals found nowhere else on the planet
that get their energy not from the Sun but from breaking down chemicals,
such as hydrogen sulphide," said lead researcher Alex Rogers of Oxford University.

...do read on:
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/mysterious-new-sea-creatures-found-in-antarctica/story-e6frg6so-1226237310339
and at the other links, as it's comparing what each report
does and doesn't say, that says much....

true lilly wrote:
true lilly wrote:
LADY TIS-SHINE wrote:BASTARDS THE LOT OF YOU!!! What has happened in all this is that Pamela
instead of talking to Icke with dignity has only gone and run to The
Daily Mail with a story to sell for money!!! Bitch, and she will not
succeed in that court action against Icke I know of it. Anyway whilst I
was in the Icke forum, I noticed that Marpat was 'ON WARNING' ha ha ha
ha ha.
Anyway Sean my love, if you are listening to this, please make me active again in the Icke forum cos it is upsetting the likes of the IL forum that I am in that forum and they are not. You are a good man and keep up the good work.
The
Daily Mail is going to have some sort of vendetta against Icke, I sense
it and I see it is going to turn like it was like that campaign the DM
did against the Moonies (which incidentally did a lot for humanity). Father Moon was a misunderstood man, and True Lilly, stop trolling the threads with nonsense which is irrevelant to the topic OK!!! TinTin my arse.
LADY TIS-SHINE
ALL SELLING THE SAME SNAKE OIL, FOR THE SAME BEAST

btw, it isn't 'trolling' when one knows what one is looking for.
That's called retrieving information.
And knowing what "tintin" has spewed over the years
FOR 'Them' Who Peddle ICKEST TYPE RELIGIONS,

it was as easy as Googling:
"no one expects the spanish inquisition expect david icke".
Razz
true lilly wrote:
McKallisti
Of The Sods wrote:
goldenprince wrote: the controlled version david puts
out or you are not 'awake' and will be called a sheeple, shill, mentally
ill or a government agent,
True Dat...



See Here...

http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?p=1060500127#post1060500127

eternal spirit wrote:

Originally Posted by largejack

You have to laugh though don't you?

She just wants to get on with her life... What by doing a hitpiece with a newspaper that hates Icke????

By the way watch out for goldenprince on there, he's disinfo if ever I saw one?


Someone using that name used to post here he was banned a while ago.



Empty's Theme Park

A thirty- five six year old non-female Canadian
with a passion for pretty things, comic books and pop culture.
Tries to be funny sometimes.

Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!

http://idsploder.tumblr.com/ask

tintin wrote:
27-07-2008, 02:22
PM
#6657

Spanish INQUISITION
is coming.


The one world religion.



When I google WILLEM ALEXANDER I now get this
pic as the first one.
A completely marked WILLEM ALEXANDER of ORANGE.

The MARK of the BEAST.

http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?p=552752#post552752
GREEN DRAGON and castle


Dutch Royal boat.
GREEN DRAGON


WILLEM ALEXANDER was raised at DRACO CASTLE.
GREEN DRAGON and a CASTLE.....




Coat of arms THORN
GREEN DRAGON

This is the ANTI-CHRIST.
http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=11956&page=85


The Prince of ORANGE
on his ship
THE GREEN DRAGON.


Now look at the weapon of FC PORTO.



A GREEN DRAGON ON TOP.
true lilly wrote:
true lilly wrote:Wink Laughing
'Ninjas' shadowing anti-whaling ships


2:36PM
Alison McMeekin


A SHIP carrying armed Japanese "ninjas"
are shadowing two anti-whaling vessels
into Australian waters,
Rolling Eyes activists say. Rolling Eyes
Australians 'held as prisoners' by Japanese whaling authorities

Government negotiates with Japanese for release of Australians
by: Matt Johnston

From: Herald Sun

January 09, 2012 12:00AM


Sea Shepherd activists Glen Pendlebury, Geoffrey Tuxworth and Simon Peterffy
have been captured by Japanese whalers.
Herald Sun


THREE anti-whaling activists who boarded a Japanese whaler
are being held on the ship as the Gillard Government negotiates
for their release.

Attorney-General Nicola Roxon said "all options" were being considered.

Geoffrey Tuxworth, Simon Peterffy and Glen Pendlebury boarded the Japanese
whaling ship Shonan Maru 2 off the coast of Western Australia using the
cover of darkness
, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society said.


The Sea Shepherd and Forest Rescue environmental groups joined forces
to smuggle
the men on board.


A Sea Shepherd statement says the men delivered a message: "Return us to
shore in Australia and then remove yourself from our waters."


"Three Australian citizens are being held as prisoners on board the Japanese vessel,"
the statement says.


The Shonan Maru 2 had been tailing Sea Shepherd's Steve Irwin, causing tensions to rise between the two groups.

Ms Roxon said the boarding of the Japanese vessel happened outside
Australian territorial waters
,
which limited the Government's legal
options.


Ms Roxon said the Government would enter talks with Japan
to see if the men could be brought ashore.


"From an Australian perspective, our top priority is making sure that Australian citizens are safe," she said.


Ms Roxon said it was a "complex legal situation".


"International laws make clear that the most likely jurisdiction will be Japanese domestic law,"
she said.


Opposition environment spokesman Greg Hunt said the Government had ignored
warnings there could be a confrontation between whalers and protesters.


He called for a Customs vessel to be sent to the area, and for the
Government to act swiftly to bring the activists back to shore.


"The Government must seek an immediate handover of the protesters to Australian authorities," Mr Hunt said
.

johnstonm@heraldsun.com.au

true lilly wrote:Brown slams surveillance of green activists
Updated: January 07, 2012 13:30:36


Photo:Greens leader Bob Brown says the Government is spying on community groups.
(Alan Porritt: AAP)

Map: Australia


Greens leader Bob Brown has accused
Federal Resources Minister Martin Ferguson
of turning Australia into a police state,

after reports he pushed for increased surveillance
of
environmental activists.


A report in Fairfax newspapers details documents,
obtained under Freedom of Information laws, that show
Mr Ferguson requested additional monitoring of
anti-coal mining groups and other environmental groups.


Senator Brown claims coal and fossil fuel companies pressured Mr Ferguson into having
the federal police spy on environment groups who protest against energy companies.


Senator Brown says tens of thousands of dollars of taxpayers' money is being spent
having private contractors monitor activists.

"That paying of private corporations to spy on community groups is an abuse
of taxpayers' money," he said.


"Martin Ferguson should never have been allowed to promote that and
it should be stopped.
"The Attorney-General, if not the Prime Minister,
should see that it stops immediately."


A spokeswoman for Mr Ferguson says governments are concerned with
maintaining energy security.


She says this includes maintaining the rule of law and energy supply,
where issues-motivated groups seek to engage in unlawful activity.


Topics:
activism-and-lobbying,
government-and-politics,
greens,
environment,
australia

First posted: January 07, 2012 13:10:39
LADY
TIS-SHINE wrote:
Pearl Harbour for the Aussie Whales eh? Anyway why the hell
do you not post your crap in your section of forum and anyway if they
want to eat whale meat, then who are you to stop them. It seems to me,
that only a whale will find any interest in what you are writing down.
YOU ARE such a MORON.

I am so glad YOU ARE.

BEING SO DEVOTED to that DEMON SERVING David ICKE,
well it IS GOOD that folk get to SEE JUST WHAT A MORON
one has to be, TO KEEP ROWING that BARBED WIRE CANOE
DOWN SHIT CREEK.

true lilly wrote:15-5-2008
#4937

(AUST.)Government
to get tough on

Patagonian toothfish
poachers

by Peter O'Connor
Environmental News Network,
Associated Press
01 October 2002

Australia will aggressively crack down on poachers
of the endangered Patagonian toothfish
with tougher fines, new international agreements,
and a new patrol boat,
the government said Monday.

Federal Conservation Minister Sen. Ian McDonald said
the government was tired of seeing sophisticated international
syndicates plundering the endangered fish
from Australian waters,
and the Cabinet recently approved extra funds to
mount a blitz on the poachers.

"Our careful management of the fish stocks is of no avail
if people can just come in and raid and plunder our fisheries,"
McDonald said.

Found in remote southern waters
dominated by
Australia's
marine economic zone
,

the fish's flaky white flesh is prized
in restaurants in Japan, the United States,
Canada, and the European Union.


Read more at http://enn.com/news/wire ... 48578.asp.
But this isn't really a sidetrack, just more support
for the case we've been making; "THEY" HIDE
KEYS that UNLOCK HIDDEN TRUTH.

See, OZZIES are VERY ACTIVE in those
EXTREMELY SOUTHERN OCEANS..."protecting"
fish & whales...MY SKINNY LITTLE ARSE!
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Post  true lilly on Wed Jan 11, 2012 2:04 am

And here we have yet more, "HOT" News
from OUR Vast, Rich SOUTHERN SEAS...



Three believed dead
in S Korean boat fire in Antarctic


The Jeong Woo 2 issued a distress call early on Wednesday


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Russian boat sails for open water

Three crew members are thought to have died on a South Korean fishing boat
that caught fire in Antarctica.


"Three crew members are still missing and are believed to
have died in the fire in the vessel's accommodation block,''
the New
Zealand Rescue Coordination Centre said.


Another 37 fishermen were rescued - seven sustained burn injuries,
two of which were serious.


The 51-metre (167ft) Jeong Woo 2 issued a distress call early on Wednesday.

It got into trouble in the Ross Sea, about 600km (375 miles) north of
the US McMurdo Antarctic base.


Two other South Korean fishing vessels rushed to evacuate the crew members.



They were being medically assessed and would be transferred to the US research ship Nathaniel B. Palmer, which was ''steaming north to meet them'',
said the New Zealand rescue authorities.


The two rescue boats remain stuck due to ice and fog conditions, it added.

The Nathaniel B. Palmer has medical facilities on board and
will sail to the McMurdo base, where flights to New Zealand are
available.


The incident happened about 3,700km (2,000 miles) south-east of New Zealand.

The weather in the area is calm and relatively mild,
according to a Reuters report. Ships in the area would usually be
fishing for toothfish, a valuable species known as the ''white gold'' of
the Southern Ocean.


The Jeong Woo 2 was built in Japan and is registered in Busan, South Korea,
according to the Associated Press News Agency.


Last month, a Russian fishing boat hit an iceberg in ice-filled waters
off Antarctica, leaving its 32-member crew stranded for 12 days.


The Sparta was eventually repaired and managed to sail into a New Zealand port.
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Antarctic appeal for British job seekers
From:AAP
January 11, 2012
10:54PM

HUNDREDS of Britons are hoping to escape a job freeze at home
by applying for work in Antarctica, UK recruiters say.

Some 3000 people are expected to apply for 36 positions as
plumbers, electricians and chefs with the British Antarctic Survey,
said representative for the Halley base Caroline Lewis.


With a starting salary of $35,820, all food and accommodation costs will be
covered while the crew brave five months of darkness and temperatures
as low as minus 40C at one of the UK's five bases in polar territory.


"After arriving on the ice shelf in March, the staff will remain there until
October - there are no visits or further opportunity to get in or out,"

Ms Lewis said.

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Post  true lilly on Sat Jan 14, 2012 10:41 pm

Taxpayers slapped with massive bill
for anti-whaling activist rescue

by:Samantha Maiden
From:Sunday Herald Sun

January 14, 2012
10:28PM

79 comments


Anti-whaling activists Simon Peterffy, Geoffrey Tuxworth and Glen Pendlebury. Picture: Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Supplied

TAXPAYERS face a bill of hundreds of thousands of dollars as a
result of the rescue of three anti-whaling activists from a Japanese
ship.

But supporters of the West Australian trio have blamed Attorney-General Nicola Roxon for the cost.

The three were yesterday heading home on an Australian Customs vessel, days after being held captive on whaling ship Shonan Maru 2, after boarding it with the help of the Sea Shepherd group.


Sea Shepherd captain Paul Watson said Canberra was accountable for the cost
of the transfer of the three men to a Customs vessel.


"These expenses could have been avoided if the Attorney-General had first
examined the evidence before taking the word of the Japanese that they
were not inside the Australian contiguous zone," Capt Watson said yesterday.


"The Government refused our offer for the men to be transferred from the Shonan Maru No 2 to (our) Steve Irwin which would have cost nothing."


The three - Geoffrey Tuxworth, 47, Simon Peterffy, 44, and Glen Pendlebury, 27 -
boarded the ship off the coast of Bunbury a week ago and are believed to be in good health.

79 comments on this story
dixie d wrote:I'd imagine there is something in this article...
'PRAY FOR US TO BE RESCUED'

Quote:
As she nervously waited to be rescued, she wrote to friends on her Facebook account, saying: “My name is Rose,
it’s Friday the 13th and I’m one of the last survivors still on board
the sinking cruise ship off the coast of Italy. Pray for us to be
rescued.”
Titanic

Quote:
A fictionalized account of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, it stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson, Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater, Gloria Stuart as Old Rose, and Billy Zane as Rose's fiancé, Cal Hockley.
DeWitt in Thai is David and then you have DeWalt and I have a DeWalt drill here from the UK and UKAEA.
____________________________________________________________________

When I looked at this article...

Captain
and first officer arrested as up to 70 cruise passengers missing and
three dead as survivors tell of 'chaotic evacuation'


I noticed a link to this article...

The shoes are still left outside the cabins to be polished: An eerie trip with the tourists diving two miles to see the Titanic

In the article you see this picture...


Tales from beyond the grave: The Titanic lies still and rusting in its final resting place

I have these pictures from other articles when I was looking into the Titanic...





Those pictures all look different to me, so something is not right.

For some reason I accidentally took a screen shot of this page Steve Irwin and on that page you see the following...


MY Steve Irwin approaching Melbourne in February 2008

And yet when you follow the link you see this picture...


MY Steve Irwin moored in West India Docks, London, 2011

So, again something doesn't seem right.

I also notice in this article...

Captain
and first officer arrested as up to 70 cruise passengers missing and
three dead as survivors tell of 'chaotic evacuation'


The following...

Quote:
Passengers Alan and Laurie Willits from Ontario said they were watching the magic show in the ship’s main theatre when they felt an initial lurch, followed a few seconds later by a shudder.

The passengers were instructed to put on life jackets and take to the life rafts but, Hammer
said, they couldn't get into the boats, because the cruise liner was
tilting so much the boats couldn't be lowered into the cold, night sea.

The passengers were eventually rescued by one of several boats in the area that came to their aid.

'It was terrible,' Hammer said, as German and Spanish tourists were about to board buses at the port.

They said the ship then listed and the theatre curtains seemed like they were standing on their side. ‘And then the magician disappeared,’ said Mr Willits.

When he left the stage it panicked the audience members who fled for their cabins.
Hammer and Magician reminds me of...





Tintin also mentions gold in his posts and then you see this picture...



I need to look in it.
________________________________________________________________________

With the latest talk on Elevators I looked on the Schindler Group Wiki page and noticed the following...

Quote:
The second business division of the Schindler Holding is the ALSO
Group. It is a wholesale and logistics company in the information and
communications technology sector and the consumer electronics sector.
The ALSO division business is mainly in Switzerland and Germany.
There was also an article on Schindlers list being found in Austrailia...

Schindler's List found in Sydney

Quote:
It was found in research notes which belonged to the Australian
author of Schindler's Ark - the basis for the Oscar-winning film,
Schindler's List.

The document was found at the New South Wales Library in Sydney.
Quote:
There are 13 pages of fragile, yellowing paper, upon which are typed the names and nationalities of 801 Jewish people.
I notice this article in the News this morning...

194 DAYS TO GO AND THE 2012 LONDON GAMES RACES INTO ANOTHER TICKET STORM


Athlete Usain Bolt

Quote:
A BLACK market company says it has found ways of getting thousands
of tickets for the London Olympics while millions of Britons struggle to
buy official ones.
Quote:
A Sunday Express investigator travelled to the Norwegian capital Oslo last week, posing as a potential buyer of 60 tickets for various sports for a bogus hospitality company.
You see the name Visa a lot in the article, but when I put Visa into Google it comes up with Visa Document. when I go for my 90 day Visa here in Thailand I have to use a form TM 47 and 47 is the Country Code for Norway

I was also looking at the word Schindler because it also reminds me of the word Swindler, because that's what those ticket sales are doing, Swindling money out of people.

Visa for me also means the Bangkok Bank, and Swindlers.

I'll look into it.
__________________________________________________
You can see how these article match up...

Quote:
Mexico prison fight kills 31 inmates in Tamaulipas

Thirty-one inmates have died in a fight between gang members in a prison in northern Mexico, officials say.

They say the prisoners were killed with knives and makeshift weapons at the prison in the city of Altamira. At least 13 others were injured.

Altamira is in Tamaulipas state, where the Zetas and Gulf cartels have been fighting a bloody war for control of smuggling routes into the US.

Gang rivalries frequently spread into Mexico's prison system.

Inmates used homemade weapons and knives in what the authorities described as a mass brawl inside the prison.

Order was only restored once troops entered the jail to help prison officers.

Many of Mexico's prisons are overcrowded and plagued by violence linked to drugs cartels.

Last October, 20 inmates died during clashes at a jail in Matamoros, also in Tamaulipas.

Violence surged in the state after the Zetas broke away from the Gulf Cartel.

More than 40,000 Mexicans have died in
drug-related violence since December 2006, when President Felipe
Calderon began deploying troops to combat the cartels.
Loz Zetas

Quote:
Los Zetas (Zetas, Z's or La Última Letra)[6] is the second most
powerful drug cartel in Mexico[7][8] and considered by the U.S. Drug
Enforcement Administration as the most violent drug cartel and
paramilitary enforcement group in Mexico.[9] It is based in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, directly across the border from Laredo, Texas.
I'd imagine the Nuevo links to Yamaha Nouvo

Japan tuna sale smashes record

Quote:
A bluefin tuna has been sold for three quarters of a million dollars in Tokyo - a price almost double last year's record sale.
I've just been to Kelly's Bistro on my Yamaha Nouvo where ate a
breakfast and when I got home I had Diarrhoea and now I feel as if I'm
on fire. The bluefin reminds me of Coryfin mint and Marlin.

After Kelly's I went into Rimping where I purchased so Kettle crisps, a can of Coca Cola for 13
baht, plus other things and then while I was at the checkout a Japanese
family pushed in front of me (I take it they where Japanese).

While I was reading the articles I was Clipping my nails and Geoff came
past the house on his Honda with the registration 810. Clippers reminds
me of Pan Am Flight 103.

I've also just got some rice out of our Rice Steamer.

I'm assuming that's how it works.
The full impact of the images is lost in the quotes, and
there is much more 'said' and shown in that thread so
best to go to the links and read backwards (yes, you do
see more with the hindsight of reading backwards), from the first to last:

http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=11956&page=3355
http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=11956&page=3354
http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=11956&page=3330


Stephanie Rice
has declared her life is finally on track and she's fully focused on the
London Olympics after a tumultuous period in and out of the pool. Check
out her sizzling photo shoot here. Picture: Anthony Reginato

Read More
Pictures: Stephanie Rice


  • Glamour
    girl Maria Sharapova joined the biggest tennis stars in Melbourne today
    at Rod Laver Arena for a final practice session before tomorrow's
    Australian Open. Picture: Wayne Ludbey

    Read More

    Two Australians
    reported missing after a cruise ship carrying more than 4000 people ran
    aground off the Italian coast have made contact with their families. The
    captain of the luxury liner has been arrested after three people were
    confirmed dead with dozens still missing. Picture: AP

    Read More
    Gallery: Italian cruise liner runs aground


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Post  Billy Ruben on Sat Jan 14, 2012 11:09 pm

Australians are a disgraceful lot and don't deserve the coverage idiot patriots like you give them

Billy Ruben wrote:Besides commending those Hooligans for defacing the Arch...I noticed Miss Newsbot,that you dilligently avoided the sexual scandals in our serving Navy and Army personelle.

Yes,we all know you treat women as second rate,just like my mother in law did,denied her own femininity and her tit rotted and dropped off as a sign to change her attitude to loving herself.Did'nt work of course,she grew a beard.

But just letting you know,as an ex-serving reservist,the stories in the papers are true and actually down played,as it is a disgusting mind-set that our military personelle enact on each other.

AND THEREFORE ARE TRAITORS TO MY COUNTRY AND WAY OF LIFE...SUCK MY LEFT TESTICLE WHILE YOU'RE ABOUT IT,CHUMP DOWN ON THIS AND EAT SHIT.


cthulhu cthulhu cthulhu cthulhu

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Billy Ruben wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:Besides commending those Hooligans for defacing the Arch...I noticed Miss Newsbot,that you dilligently avoided the sexual scandals in our serving Navy and Army personelle.

Yes,we all know you treat women as second rate,just like my mother in law did,denied her own femininity and her tit rotted and dropped off as a sign to change her attitude to loving herself.Did'nt work of course,she grew a beard.

But just letting you know,as an ex-serving reservist,the stories in the papers are true and actually down played,as it is a disgusting mind-set that our military personelle enact on each other.

AND THEREFORE ARE TRAITORS TO MY COUNTRY AND WAY OF LIFE...SUCK MY LEFT TESTICLE WHILE YOU'RE ABOUT IT,CHUMP DOWN ON THIS AND EAT SHIT.


cthulhu cthulhu cthulhu cthulhu


http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=10778347

Sex abuse still rife in armed services
By Greg Ansley 5:30 AM Friday Jan 13, 2012 Email
Print


Expand Australian Defence Minister Stephen Smith said sexual abuse would not be tolerated in the Defence Force. Photo / NZPAAlarming revelations in confidential military reports reveal that the Australian Defence Force is struggling to reduce levels of sexual abuse, bullying and other problems among its troops.

Despite a massive bid to shift the force's culture and seven reports probing almost every aspect of service life after a series of scandals, documents obtained by Channel Seven under freedom of information laws show little appears to have changed.

Most of the incidents were reported after the outrage of last year's Skype scandal, in which a cadet at the elite Australian Defence Force Academy filmed his seduction of a female colleague and broadcast it live to other cadets.

The incidents included in dozens of "hot issues briefs" obtained by Channel Seven ranged from rape and attempted murder to possession of child pornography, sexual assault, the concubinage of teenagers on base and further explicit videotaping.

The greatest number of complaints involved the navy, whose problems peaked with revelations of life on board the supply ship HMAS Success during an Asian deployment in 2009.

Subject to a separate report and pending action, these included inappropriate conduct towards women, workforce bullying, a "tribal culture" on board the ship, drunken and disreputable behaviour ashore, a breakdown in discipline and serious failures of command.

Even after the subsequent outcry, problems continued on board the Success.

The Channel Seven documents said one of its officers had been accused of inappropriate relationships with junior sailors and of filming them in the shower.

Videos of sexual acts with other sailors were also discovered, butdespite a record of similar behaviour the officer was transferred to another ship.

The documents also said that just four days after the first report into the original Success allegations, a sailor on the ship - now facing court martial - allegedly indecently assaulted two others in their cabin.

More serious was the charging of a sailor from the minehunter HMAS Yarra with aggravated sexual assault and strangulation with intent to murder.

In the army, a soldier was charged with rape, deprivation of liberty and assault involving a female civilian, another at the School of Artillery was found in possession of child pornography, and yet another was accused of housing two teenagers, aged 15 and 17, for two weeks in Sydney's Holsworthy barracks.

An air force member was charged with indecently assaulting a minor.

Defence Minister Stephen Smith said yesterday that such behaviour would not be tolerated.

"It is essential that the Defence Force promotes and enforces the highest standards of behaviour in line with modern community expectations and creates an environment where complaints can be aired and appropriately addressed," he said.

Smith already has a welter of disturbing reports to consider, continuing long lists of recommendations from the five inquiries established after the Skype scandal.

Most will be released this month, with the Government's response.
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The Gojira (GODZILLA) docked in Hobart, Tasmania.

13:58, 7 December 2010

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Season four

The Gojira docked in Hobart, Tasmania.


In season four, Sea Shepherd's "Operation No Compromise"[41]
started with the whaling season in early December 2010, and lasted
through February 2011 at which point the Japanese ceased whaling
operations.[42]

The episodes began airing on Animal Planet on June 3, 2011. The
campaign included a new interceptor vessel joining the Sea Shepherd
fleet - MV Gojira (or Godzilla) - replacing the role of the Ady Gil.
[43][44]
Sea Shepherd pilot Chris Aultman also received a larger, faster,
and longer range MD 500 5-seat helicopter to replace his previous aircraft,
a 3-seat Sikorsky S-300.

Season Five

On December 27, 2011, Animal Planet renewed the series for a fifth season



Ady Gil, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
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The Bob Barker docked in Hobart, Tasmania.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:MV_Bob_Barker_in_port_2010-03-06.jpg


MY Steve Irwin arriving in Melbourne, 2008.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:MV_Steve_Irwin_Melbourne.jpg

Whale Wars is a weekly American documentary-style reality television series that premiered on November 7, 2008 on the Animal Planet cable channel. The program follows Paul Watson, founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, as he and his crew aboard their various vessels harass Japanese whalers off the coast of Antarctica.
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http://sodlikeproductions.motion-forum.net/t1684-the-evils-of-spamming

Billy Ruben wrote:There is a need for a moderator at times,when one becomes the victim of spamming.It's a very traumatic phase one encounters in online life.It's kind of like,being shafted in the chutney chute,when you don't want it.It hurts.I feel violated.And because I became a victim,I tried to spam back,didn't work,left me feeling dirty and I sook and cry in the shower,washing anothers unwanted advances and love from me.There appears at the moment,no support groups for these victims of crimes.There will be one day,as this new psychological
handicap captures other compulsives into it's evil embrace, causing many more victims of this heinous crime.










Billy Ruben wrote:
I think moderation is essential.
This new compulsive disorder,speaking and communicating in spam,has a detrimental effect on those already afflicted with other psychological disorders.You see,I'm not really a schizophrenic,but a mis-diagnosed psychopath.Well,I had to lie,so I didn't get a permanent padded cell.

You don't know what it's like being a reluctant psychopath.Everyday.I raise from bed,I have to repress feelings of skinning people alive,using sulphuric acid (original touch there I must say).I try to look at birds,the trees and the sun shining,butterflies land on my shoulder and let me know,"You're sweet Billy,we know you don't mean any harm".Little children walk by,waving their hands and giving me smiles.

A silent tear,tracks from my eys,down my cheek and I sigh,hoping there is a future for mankind after all.

Then I log on,to share my glowing heart....and how am I received ?
SPAMMED BACK OUT THE FUCKING DOOR AND I JUST WANT TO FUCKING KILL,I STOMP ON BEATLES AND BLOW TORCH INSECTS AND GO RIGHT OFF THE FUCKING RICHTER SCALE....SPAM,I FUCKING HATE
Billy Ruben wrote:
true lilly wrote:


she would be an assett.

Billy Ruben wrote:,unbiased world wide women here,named Tiswas.

She's spiritual,understanding,gives good debates and I believe,quite unbiased in all matters concerning Icke.Offers the olive branch to those who foolishly,troll and attempt to sway her to the dark side.

This rare lady of light,with all her wisdom and knowledge,would be a great assett to the forums administration and I believe she is the answer to cleaning up the spam wars we have here,for which I trully,hand on heart apologise for my own involvement.

Put the lotion in the basket,Suzy.



That's who Billy Ruben was named after,Buffalo Bill.It's quite funny,when you know,the satanist old skateboard shop,became a leather boutique in Maitland there.Yeeessss,the satanist still own it...didn't know that one did you?
Spooky,when I'm pissed off.




But you can't blame them for everything,here's a video I made from cutting room floor scenes...enjoy



Billy Ruben wrote:It's Ok Suzy,you stand for nothing.In your little temper tantrum last night,either being warned by admin,or,which I doubt,my message to you sunk in,that without spam you have nothing to say,the best revelation of all I caught you out,denying Gods word.I had it framed on my wall after a print-out,so pleased was I to figure you out.You can spam your stupid cat pics once on this thread,you've done that now,anymore,my post count will go up by 150...150 times I will spam,even if I drive myself insane,

But to give you hope,I got a weird cold/flu today.And I just read Sods patient zero thread,so there's still hope for you,in that sick little mind,now start praying,God might answer you with Billys swift demise,it's how you use and hate God you see,only a friend,when he does things for you,bit like the deal you cut with management here...hehehehehe




Billy Ruben wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:Do you have to chew up a weeks bandwidth in one bloody post?

El Kabong does it so much better,at least his are animated.Get a warning there old girl and didn't like it.

Why don't you learn to forgive and forget like all those bible-quotes you throw around,but can't live up to...Repent Suzy,before it's to late.



dizzy


Still not getting it,the word of God that you espouse for others that you can't live up to.Do you hate and defy God?
Is this really the truth,the bible shoved down your throat as a child and now you use it just to cause the same pain and derision as you really feel?
You're being a hypocrite over God...and never thought I'd see it,the day you renounced your own teachings.How disappointing.
Hmmm,like this.Lisa used to do that too,looks exactly like her too,miss her...Appropiate caption too.


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15 January 2012
Last updated at 05:46 GMT

Three die in South Korean ship explosion


The cause of the blast is being investigated


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A South Korean cargo ship has sunk after an explosion on board, killing at least three crew members, the coast guard says.

Eight people are still missing and five others have been
rescued in the incident north of Jawol island, near the port of Incheon.


The blast happened in the morning after the ship had unloaded oil products.

The cause is being investigated, but officials say it is unlikely to be the result of an attack by North Korea.

"The explosion took place far below the sea border with North
Korea. We see very little possibility (of attacks by the North)," a
coastguard spokesman told the AFP news agency.


The ship's owners said that the explosion could have been caused by gases leaking from the ship's oil tanks.

"We believe that something went wrong during the process to
take out remaining gas in the oil tank," an official of Doora Shipping
told Japan's Yonhap news agency.


"The vessel usually transports diesel, but this time it
carried gasoline. We are now examining whether it had any relation to
the explosion," the official said.


The dead crew members included two Burmese nationals and one South Korean.

The search for the missing is continuing.

The 4,191-tonne freight ship had 16 crew members on board - 11 South Koreans and five Burmese.
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true lilly wrote:
15 January 2012
Last updated at 05:46 GMT

Three die in South Korean ship explosion


The cause of the blast is being investigated


Related Stories
A South Korean cargo ship has sunk after an explosion on board, killing at least three crew members, the coast guard says.

Eight people are still missing and five others have been
rescued in the incident north of Jawol island, near the port of Incheon.


The blast happened in the morning after the ship had unloaded oil products.

The cause is being investigated, but officials say it is unlikely to be the result of an attack by North Korea.

"The explosion took place far below the sea border with North
Korea. We see very little possibility (of attacks by the North)," a
coastguard spokesman told the AFP news agency.


The ship's owners said that the explosion could have been caused by gases leaking from the ship's oil tanks.

"We believe that something went wrong during the process to
take out remaining gas in the oil tank," an official of Doora Shipping
told Japan's Yonhap news agency.


"The vessel usually transports diesel, but this time it
carried gasoline. We are now examining whether it had any relation to
the explosion," the official said.


The dead crew members included two Burmese nationals and one South Korean.

The search for the missing is continuing.

The 4,191-tonne freight ship had 16 crew members on board - 11 South Koreans and five Burmese.

The Japanese should listen to the Chinese...

WOLFHOUND is much tastier than whale meat.

I just thought you should know this...

When we meet,Poppy goes missing,I know a Chinese restaurant that would pay dearly for live slain doggy.

But I won't eat there...


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