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A Life of Slavery — You Are NOT Born Free

By Frank M. Webb | Humans Are Free

You are “legally” a slave, just as your parents, your grandparents and great grandparents were slaves.

You may be lucky enough to live in a pleasant plantation with other slaves, managed by overseer slaves such as police, judges, doctors and politicians where few examples of slave cruelty occur. 1,611 more words


The Dangers of the Open Seas

In writing about offshore drilling over the years, I’ve always been stunned by the vagaries of maritime law. The New York Times is running a great series examining just how lawless seas can be. 18 more words

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Headed to the seaside for #R&R ? Catch the #GMTF Chairman's latest blogs

Most of you are on your way to the beach, for some R & R.

Check out the latest articles on the GMTF Chairman’s blogs, posted July 13 in FRENCH : 211 more words

Maritime Security

Jordan Maxwell - Raw & Uncut

I have had the pleasure of talking to Jordan several times via Skype and I have enjoyed all of our conversations. I can talk to him for hours…~TS


All the laws Australia is breaking if it pays human traffickers to keep migrants away

The Australian government may have broken Australian, Indonesian, and international maritime laws if it has, as reported, paid human traffickers to sail their boats away from Australian waters, human rights activists told Quartz. 640 more words

Way out there. Not the Jetsons.

Floating out there in their own little world, yet no escaping.

Each little thing must be categorized, legally defined, and dealt with accordingly.

Flotsam. Jetsam. 515 more words


The South Sea of China; At The Helm of The Art of Diplomacy

China is dredging waters off it’s coast and expanding its land mass. The US is nervous because they believe it is a ‘ploy’ to create a greater military presence over the waters which the US claims are international. 686 more words