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Capt. Paul Watson: The Whale That Changed My Life


(VIDEO) Sea Shepherd’s Captain Paul Watson tells the riveting story of the moment a dying harpooned whale met his eye – and how it changed his life forever.

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4 Responses to Capt. Paul Watson: The Whale That Changed My Life

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    Molly Canales September 1, 2010 at 4:00 pm #

    Hey Dianna,
    Like Paul Watson said, it only takes one person to change the world.
    Even with what you consider a relatively small step (we think it’s huge!), you’ve helped make a stand for the Taiji dolphins, for animal rights and for the future.
    We applaud you for your commitment to make a difference, and thanks for getting a discussion started here too!

    Best,
    Molly & The GA crew

  2. Dianna Nash August 31, 2010 at 2:04 pm #

    I’ve watched every program on the Animal Planet on the Sea Shepherds adventures ,problems setbacks challenges life and death choices. I keep saying I’m just another person on this planets that cares about this cause but what can I do to help.
    I decides last night to step up to the plate by not buyiny the Toyota Camry the car I wanted yet after seeing the Cove as well as the slaughter of the Whales by Japan Whaling fleet . I decided I could hurt them by hitting the Japanese in the pocket book . It is a start, a first pace I could protest by boycotting and not buying other products from Japan.
    It is my feeling that if more people would take the same mass action it would perhaps make them change a view due to the decline in sales. Anyone reading that cares about our Oceans and can help the Sea Shepherd’s quest to end these cruelties and unjust slaughters of these manificaint creatures join the protest by not buying products from all countries imports especially Japan and all others that lend support to Japan in this endless and uncalled slaughter they are destroying the very balance in the ocean which gives it life to the planet. This must be stopped.

  3. Justin August 30, 2010 at 8:23 pm #

    This man is Awesome!@!@! So well spoken, and he knows and does exactly what he needs to do. They need to get the point across on the television that they don’t give a sh*t about what other people think. They’re there for whales, and that’s how it’ll stay until whaling is over. I can’t imagine a better man to do this work, and I don’t think anyone will be able to fully replace him, doing such a wonderful job as he does. 4 years, and I’m signing up for a campaign! (when i turn 18) Save a spot for me mate

  4. Linda Coman August 25, 2010 at 12:15 pm #

    After listening to Admiral Watson I feel compeled to do more. I am not a rich person but if I were and ever become rich, I will personally buy Sea Sheperd another ship. As for now I will join his cause to raise my voice with him in anyway I can.I support Sea Shepherd 100%.Thank all of you for risking your lives to save the OCEAN and her Creatures!! Bravo to you!!!
    A Heart Felt Sincere Thank you and GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU!

    Linda Coman
    Berlin Center, Oio
    Dolphinlady