Original: After the Japanese whaling fleet over 3,000 kilometers has been hunted, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society vessel entering a port to refuel to Steve Irwin must. After the ship is just as close to Puntarenas, Chile as it is to Hobart, Tasmania or Dunedin, New Zealand, Captain Paul Watson decided that the ship will return to Australia. “Peter Garrett has made the decision for us,” said Captain Paul Watson. “When he asked was how he would respond to the Japanese request that would exclude the Steve Irwin from Australia, he replied that the Government consider would consider this request to comply. Alone the fact that he ever considering it as a request by pirates be allowed whalers reason was it Mr out to concerned for us enough.” The Government of Kevin Rudd was chosen also because of its promise that she would proceed aggressively against whaling. So far they did nothing but lip-service to this topic. The Government does not Passion and concerns of the Australian people against and seems interested in currently not at all on the protection of endangered whales to be. “It is time to consider the Government”, said Captain Watson.
“Will the Government the entry of a vessel refuse really, that Steve Irwins name and has a crew of fifteen Australian citizens on board, returning from a successful mission to protect of whales?” The Sea Shepherd ship Steve Irwin has not committed a single crime, nor caused a single injury. “Japanese whalers are excluded from entry into Australian ports, because they are criminals,” said quartermaster Jeff Hansen from Perth, Western Australia. “The Japanese whalers to kill endangered whales in an established whale sanctuary and disregard a statement of the Australian Federal Court of Justice plus. How can my Government as a request by these poachers generally consider pull? That’s like bank robbers would call the Mayor and request, that the police no longer must return to the police station. Mr. Garrett represents me and the Australian people, not the Japanese whaler and he should remember that time.” “It really shameful for our Government be out here making it, they only talk about that we really save whales while they play only diplomatic game with the Japanese. What’s there to think? We are Australians who are fighting for the whales and we have not hurt someone or damaged property. Why the hell he should be so against us?”asked Benjamin Potts from Byron Bay, new South Wales. The Steve Irwin is expected to reach the port of Hobart mid-January. Thomas Buiter