Email received 17th Feb 2006:
Hello Mr. Paul Ward,
I have just read you fact page about Antartic whaling and I am glad that people have this info available. I have just returned from Antartica and have seen Japan and there killing machine at work. We did everything in our power to interupt there whaling but were unsucesful due to the fact that our ship was to slow.
For further facts and info please visit www.seashepherd.org They are a very progressive direct action organization and the only international law inforcment agency in the world. Keep the information flowing. I hope that in the near future the world will learn or be forced to stop this horrible slaughter.
Many thanks for your email, great to hear from someone who was on the Sea Shepherd. I was following your progress while you were trying to stop the Japanese whalers as were many other members of the Cool Antarctica Forum. I hope you don't mind my posting your email and this reply there, you might like to take a look:
or even reply there..?
"We did everything in our power to interupt there whaling but were unsucesful due to the fact that our ship was to slow."
Don't underestimate the effect the publicity about your voyage had on the world - your effect may not have been immediate, but it hopefully will be long lasting.
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