This from Jana Dixon on FB…
The World’s Biggest Seismic Testing Ship – The US “Amazon Warrior” – Parked On Top Of New Zealand Fault Line:
The evil empire are after New Zealand’s unobtainium. First shake up the locals, destroy infrastructure, weaken the economy and then extort deals to rape the resources of the country.
If you were planning to do seismic blasting off the coast of a Country, the best time to do it would be with the super full moon wouldn’t it? So that people only discuss that as the possible reason.
The World’s biggest seismic blasting ship the Amazon Warrior was photographed off Rarangi Beach in Cloudy Bay last night. Right on top of a major fault line. The ship was met with protests when it arrived on the 13th!
Kaikoura was clearly the target – now destroyed, and that basin is full of the precious oil for the foreign bankers and the only thing stopping them was the people of Kaikoura – now homeless and to be relocated by NZ Navy ship. Kaikoura is also known for its whale populations!
And I guess we now know why John Kerry was making a short notice / unexplained trip to NZ right in the middle of a fierce US ‘elitecon’…He went to Antarctica, which has a HAARP at the US base.
Jana Dixon’s blog: http://jana-sovereignstate.blogspot.com/
Where once it was ferries that gave Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft its international reputation for excellence, now it is ultra-modern special ships. Today the shipbuilders of Flensburg successfully launched the first of two offshore seismic vessels for the WesternGeco concern. The ship was Hull No. FSG 760 and she was named Amazon Warrior.
“What has so far been only theory has now become reality and everyone can see it”, said FSG Managing Director Peter Sierk. “Our shipyard has successfully broken new ground and consciously taken the first steps into what is, for us, a completely new market sector – one which has a lot of potential for the future.” He and all the other shipbuilders at Flensburger, are particularly pleased that they have justified the confidence placed in them by the customer. Peter Sierk said “it was certainly a very courageous move by WesternGeco to entrust us with this newbuilding order – simply because we had never built an offshore ship before. Despite that, our good points and our reputation persuaded WesternGeco to go ahead a year and a half ago and today we are, one and all, truly proud of this launch”. Yet again, he said, it had been shown that quality, complete adherence to contract and delivery terms, broadly diversified engineering competence and passion along with tailor-made ship designs were the solid foundations upon which Flensburg’s shipbuilding success rested.
Hull Nos. 760 and 763 are 127 metre long seismic ships and the biggest in the customer’s fleet. As far as efficiency, comfort, reliability and endurance are concerned, they satisfy the most stringent demands and guarantee safe operation throughout the world – even in the Arctic regions and in the worst weather conditions imaginable.
Ships of this type spend months, even years, in uninterrupted service at sea. Because of this WesternGeco places particular value on accommodation and working areas. There is space on each ship for 76 single cabins, rooms for leisure and communal activities and a large computer centre. Here data from the ship’s geological investigations are evaluated. The seabed measurement data are recorded by different types of cable streamers, hundreds of metres long, which the ships draw along behind them.