Forest rescue, brains of mush…

For those who came in late..

Forest rescue is yet another of those tedious self anointed savers of the world. In there world every form of industry and progress is bad and must be stopped, usually by pooling their dole payments and weed and strapping themselves to bits of machinery.

Unfortunately said machinery is not generally allowed to be switched on as long as they are strapped to it.

Recently 3 tools boarded a Japanese whaling vessel in an attempt to cause maximum drama.. The Japs havent played ball and offloaded them to an Australian customs vessel and they returned to Australian soil today.

Yes thats "captain" Watson visiting the ferals at their camp site. Wonder if they entered into a conspiracy to break the law while they were there?

 I thought Id have a look at their website to see if they received any corporate funding, apparently they dont… A rather non-transparent organisation when it comes to funds.

But I hit the mother lode when I had a look at the poems/drawings section on the website. A psychologist would have a field day analysing this stream of bong-smoke drivel.

All glory to the Hypnotoad.....

A second one for your viewing …pleasure… 

Abscence of organised religion isnt the same as non-religious.

8 Responses to “Forest rescue, brains of mush…”

  1. Forest rescue, brains of mush… | Cranky Old Crow Says:

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  2. gregoryno6 Says:

    Off topic and apologies for that, but I’m curious as to the procedures the Shonen Maru’s captain would have had to follow when the Tree Stooges hopped aboard.
    How much power lay in his hands to decide the next step? If me had been he, I would have set course for home and delivered my uninvited guests to the police ASAP. Quite likely my radio would have gone out of commission too – civil disobedience works two ways, after all.

    • thefrollickingmole Says:

      Nah completely on topic. The Jap ship is armed (small arms only), Australian (and most maritime law) prohibits armed ships from entering without specific exemption. The greens would have been well primed to kick a stink if the jap ship came in, even to drop them off.
      Bob Arseclown was spitting chips on ABC that all his “xenophobic” anti-Jap rhetoric was going to waste.

      The purpose of the boarding was exactly what you said, to remove the security ship, the SS have already tried to foul the props/steering gear of the whaling mother ship this year…

      The best thing the government could do would be to say “right weve got you back, but we are allowing japan another year of whaling before we bring in the court case…well done on the own goal fuckwits”…

      Drive home their actions had exactly the opposite result they wanted.

    • gregoryno6 Says:

      Mole, when I said ‘home’, I meant his home. IE Japan.
      What if he’d upped anchor and bolted with his cargo of wankers? Alternatively, could he have passed them to another Japanese vessel to ship them to Tokyo?

  3. Merilyn Says:

    Ah yes Paul Watson.

    With thanks to a poster on Piers blog for that.

    • Mole Says:

      Lets not forget his being “shot” on film….

  4. elsie Says:

    Love those Earth Poems!

    “Her waters and her winds, they comfort me……… ”

    Is it just me, or is that a bit mind-boggling?: 🙂 Sounds like poor old Gaia has a few problems….

  5. spot_the_dog Says:

    Hypnotoad FTW.

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