Somali Pirates Resisting the Dumping of Nuclear and Toxic Waste, The Truth

Published on Sept. 10, 2012

Toxic, Nuclear and Industrial waste dumped off the Somali coast by private interests.

Tankers and cargo ships from USA, Europe, Russia and Asia. were met with heroic resistance by Fishermen and local Militia’s trying to protect the shoreline and the health of the population . But of course here in the west we didnt hear about the dumping of waste we only heard about how armed thugs were impeding commerce on the high seas. We will watch this unfolding situation with open eyes now. Go Somali Pirates


One response to “Somali Pirates Resisting the Dumping of Nuclear and Toxic Waste, The Truth

  1. Somalia’s Incredible Pirate Free-for-All

    Uploaded on July 25, 2011
    Pirate Coast: How Somali waters became a haven for pirates

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    As Somali piracy refuses to go away, why does the international community seem powerless to stop it? Despite occasional shows of strength, local Somali fishermen believe that maybe they don’t really want to.

    “If they were serious about tackling piracy they would have solved it ages ago”, argues the Somali coastguard. For them it is obvious: the Western ships have reasons other than pirates for wanting to patrol these waters. They believe the Somali seas have become a playground for Western navies to test arms, protect illegal fishery or just polish up their international image. A predominance of large warships seem to support their claims. “These vessels are enormous; we have small maneuverable boats, we can get away fast”, one pirate tells us.

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