Fish For Your Soul at Sea Shepherd’s Ocean Defence Tour
Feeling morally in the red?
Of course you are, you’re alive.
Which means you haven’t fallen upon a literal and ideological sword to protest any one of a number of literal and ideological mass extinctions.
It’s 2019 and you’re a monster for breathing.
The least you can do is cover yourself in the regalia of the giving so that when you face the being that judges the worth of your existence you’re at least better than the guy who turned up to face his wearing Nike shoes.
Enter: The Ocean Defence Tour.
They sell t shirts and annually eulogise Steve Irwin.
Experience a full day of stalls, vegan food vendors, live music, speakers, and ship tours on the recently retired flagship MV Steve Irwin.
Sea Shepherd has been on the front line for over 40 years relentlessly defending the world’s oceans.
For this festival, they’re welcoming special guest speakers Captain Alistair Allan of Sea Shepherd Global and Jeff Hansen, Managing Director of Sea Shepherd Australia. Come and hear first hand what this lean and effective movement is doing in tackling the biggest threats around Australia’s coasts and globally.
“This is a fight we cannot afford to lose, for if we lose this fight, we all lose”.
It’s a charity that has not, as of yet, been accused of corruption, been linked to a violent regime or supported by a sex criminal, and, by design, you’ll have to engage in veganism to claim your moral victory skin.
It’s Bizarro Moby Dick.
The whale still kills everyone, but you die a storied hero and Dick and his offspring go on to star in an Attenborough documentary.