Thursday, January 12, 2012

FOLLOW THE MONEY

Many of our readers are not seafarers and judging from the comments to recent Posts have no knowledge of Maritime Law yet comment on Piracy.  NAUTICAL LOG suggests that you visit, read and understand "The Tulane Maritime Law Journal"  Volume 33; Pages 10 through 15, for the definition of Piracy and to whom it applies.  The SSCS seagoing Cult clearly are pirates and Admiral "Wats-his-name" has proudly boasted about being a pirate.


Where does the money come from for the SSCS?  Since NAUTICAL LOG confirmed that the SSCS are a salaried executive Pirate Group paying certain of its employees between $30,000 and $60,000 with the Chief Pirate getting $96,000 we wondered.


Our inquires, which respect the DMCA, led to Australia's "The Sydney Morning Herald" www.smh.com.au  and their Public Domain SSCS Report. It seems one source is the little person in the street with his or her heart in the right place responding to the SSCS "Save the Whales" campaign.  Another source is from Public Figures and the SMH published photographs of these persons.  Perhaps you recognize them and can confirm who they are for NAUTICAL LOG - some faces do seem familiar however we lead a somewhat sheltered life!!



Our thanks to "The Sydney Morning Herald" which has an article all about the SSCS salaried pirates, their expenses and those contributions.


A final note before closing it seems there is a problem viewing your comments to some NAUTICAL LOG Posts.  Perhaps the SSCS are running scared of NAUTICAL LOG and perhaps the SSCS Staffer who was reported to us as interfering recently with our Freedom of Speech under the Bill of Rights of The U.S. Constitution is repeating this interference.  We would request the Blogspot Staff (to whom we can give the name of the SSCS Staffer if required) to look into and clear up any blockage to this DMCA compliant Blog, thank you.  If you cannot read your comment please feel free to contact the Blogspot Staff to assist you.


Good Watch.

Off the coast of Puntland, Somalia some 300 of our fellow seafarers are held hostage by pirates.  They are under threat of being murdered every minute of every hour of every day.  Wonder if anyone is contributing to their rescue and freedom?

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