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    Posted June 12, 2014 by

    Sea Shepherd Conservation, more like Sea Shepherd Con artists

    Captain Paul Watson and crew have been using up money from different foundations in the last 30 to 40 years. Getting money from ignorant rich people, and making them think that they're supporting a good cause.

    Well as of next week. The SSCS will start their operation "Grind Stop".

    But before this operation even started. They have managed to brake the law on the Faroe Islands.
    Their logo, chosen for this specific operation, uses the Faroese flag, and according to Faroese law.

    "Nobody must abuse the faroese flag in words or makings. No one is allowed to use the Faroese flag as a logo for any person, group, company or ticket."

    The operation causes a lot of debate on the Faroe Islands. The SSCS has traveled to the Faroe Islands with more than 500 people.

    Just to put these numbers in to perspective, the Faroe Islands only have 50.000 inhabitants. So this is more or less like a new village in the Faroe Islands.

    The debate on the Faroe Islands goes on.
    See you soon with a new report

    yours truly

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