Fyri slakum mánaði síðani, tá ið 22 hvalir løgdu beinini á Hvannasundi - svav Sea Shepherd grindina burtur og vóru alt ov seinir at koma uppí, at blanda seg.
Hesa ferð, tá ið áleið 120 hvalir løgdu bein á Bø - vóru Sea Shepherd vaknir, men tað hjálpti lítið, tí løgreglan varð á staðnum og handtók fýra Sea Shepherd fjepparar, sum vóru í ferð við at gera balladu.
Og søgan endar ikki her - tí keldur vilja vera við, at eisini tveir speed-bátar og ein gummibátur hjá Sea Shepherd fekk løgreglan eisini tikið hald uppá. So henda herferðin hjá Sea Shepherd er vorðin dýr fyri stóra pengapungin hjá Harra Watson.
Fyrr í vikuni, so blivu tvey øðrin Sea Shepherd fólk handtikin, tí tey ikki hildu seg til Grindalógina - tá ið ein grind sædd. Kvinnan, sum er skuldsett - stendur nú púra ber, tí skipið Sam Simon er rýmt undan henni og er statt í Hetlandi. Skiparin á Sam Simon skuldi annars møta í rættinum, men hann stakk halan ímillum beinini og rýmdi til Hetlands. Way to go, skipper!
Sjá annars myndarøð niðanfyri - har Norðoya Portalurin sjálvandi varð á staðnum og tók myndin, ímeðan grindin bleiv drigin til lands í Sørvági. Eftir er bert, at siga: "Bon Appetit, tit í Sørvágiiiiii"
JáH (y) 23.07.2015
Tough Shit, Sea Shepherd (English version)
About a month ago, when 22 whales ended up as food in Hvannasundi - the Sea Shepherds were sleeping their day away and did not manage to interfere with the killing.
This time when about 120 whales ended as food in the little village Bø - a few Sea Sheperd members were awake (barely), but the police were on the spot and apprehended four Sea Sheperd members, that were up to no good.
But the story does not end here because sources told us, that the police also took three small boats from Sea Sheperd, that were trying to interfere with the killing, so this rampage from Sea Sheperd is going to cost Mr. Watson a lot of money.
Furthermore, earlier this week - two Sea Sheperd members were also arrested when they violated the faroese Whalelaw. The accused woman is left alone by her crew members, because the ship, Sam Simon, has fled to Shetland, most likely because the captain of the Sam Simon also was supposed to meet in curt, but he did not show. Way to go, Skipper.
You can also look at the slide show below, and see pictures that Nordportal took on the spot of the happening in Sørvági.
All that is left to say is:"Bon appetit, people of Sørvági"
Btw - If you want to know more about faroese Whaling - go to: www.whaling.fo and if you want to know more about our beutiful islands - go to: www.visitfaroeislands.fo - and if you want to have a laugh and a ½ - go to: www.nordportal.net/jokes