When I was a kid, I dreamed, among other things, to someday be a modern day Captain Nemo that would hunt down and sink whaling ships and other criminals of the seas.
Well, while I was only dreaming, a gruff and brilliant sailor went ahead and did it - in spades.
In fact, he left Greenpeace 35 years ago because they were too soft and founded his own organization Sea Shepherd.
His life reads like a novel. He rammed whaling ships, was imprisoned, shot at, infiltrated criminal organizations, rubbed shoulders with movie stars and is at the helm of a fleet of black, fearsome ships sporting pirate flags.
Armed with a flair for media attention, a talent for fundraising and, most of all, an impressive list of accomplishments, he is raising an army of good pirates to help protect the sea creatures.
Basically, he does what governments should be doing - enforcing international law.
I strongly suggest you visit the Sea Shepherd Website and YouTube Channel and, if possible, support to the cause.
The wicked are always surprised to find that the good can be clever. – Marquis De Vauvenargues