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277 people attended free Freewinds concert this month in Willemstad

Discussion in 'Media' started by Anonymous, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Can anyone translate? No, Google doesn't help. Posted 15 March on local news site.

    http://news.caribseek.com/index.php...-y-ngn-brazz-plus-a-resulta-un-eksito-rotundo

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    I don't think the Starlight theatre can even seat 277 people, its pretty tiny.
  2. Tourniquet Member

    howzat? :)
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  3. Anonymous Member

    Very helpful, thanx.

    Photo showing off the Star Light Cabaret, from Scientology web site.

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    277 people in there? Doubtful
  4. Tourniquet Member

    >277, according to the press.

    Likely they repeated whatever the Freewinds Port Captain PR hacks told them.

    That they had nothing to add speaks volumes for me. Sounds like they're "flat" on the Failwinds LOL

    I wonder how the local artists would feel if they knew that they had been exposed to the deadly blue asbestos... ? Probably not so friendly.
  5. Anonymous Member

    Free concert was on 13 March. Doesn't look like Standing Room Only, which would be required to pack 277 bodies into the Star Light Cabaret

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    http://news.caribseek.com/index.php...inds-band-djamars-awor-riba-e-barku-freewinds

  6. Anonymous Member

    Are white performers permitted to ascend the stage? 'Cos these fellas weren't...
  7. BigBeard Member

    How many of the 277, if there were actually that many, were Failwinds staff and crew??

    BigBeard
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  8. Anonymous Member

    Another free jazz festival scheduled on Freewinds next week, not sure which island. Google translate doesn't help.

    Djamars awó: Konsierto Jazz pa rekoudá fondo ku Wesu Jazz Krioyo riba Freewinds

    Freewinds trying to become The Jazz Boat?
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  10. Anonymous Member

    Scientology are literally killing off jazz musicians in the West Indies with their blue asbestos failboat.
    This should be a prosecutable crime.
  11. Anonymous Member

    Got any proof of that? If so report it to LE.

    And what's the deal with the date confusion? Aug 25/March 27? Did they reuse an old graphic and forget?
  12. RightOn Member

    no proof of people actually being "killed" from the asbestos instantly. duh! it doesn't happen that way.
    But all people were/are being exposed to it. No telling if and when they will die down the road because of the exposure. Once it enters the lungs, its there to stay. No mater how miscroscopic it is. BLUE abestos is the deadliest.

    for noobs who dont' know:
    According to Lawrence Woodcraft, (an ex COS member) once said that the Failwinds would have to be stripped down to it's steel hull to get rid of all the asbestos, due to the fact that it was sprayed in between all the electrical wires and walls ect.

    a snip from Woodcrafts affidavit in 2001:
    15. Now, the church decided to employee Scientologists who were carpenters, metal workers and from allied professions. They had full room and board on the ship and were paid $800 per week for working on the remodeling. Approximately 80 or 90 such Scientologists were brought to the ship and so employed. As they were Scientologists, the were easy to control and the asbestos problem was no longer an issue. They completed the remodeling by June 1988 for the Maiden Voyage. By the time the ship was finished, all the paneling was put back in place and the walls were painted and wallpapered, the floors were carpeted and new furniture was installed. It looked great, but behind the paneling, the asbestos was left hanging and flaking and falling apart. The ceiling panels were set in a metal grid system, which is a long way from being airtight. Every time a panel is removed for routine maintenance, asbestos dust is released into the rooms, cabins and corridors of the ship. This is continuing to this day. A ship at sea is subjected to intense vibration and so the already loosened asbestos becomes progressively looser and releases more airborne contamination."

    http://www.lermanet2.com/scientology/LawrenceWoodcraftAsbestos.htm

    The failwinds was also dry docked and sealed in Curacoa by authorities after asbestos was found by workers that COS hired.
    Here is a post in 2008. They also talk aboout Woodcraft.
    a snip:

    "Officials in Curacao have sealed and cordoned off the Freewinds, Scientology's flag ship, after dock workers found dangerous levels of blue asbestos during routine repairs.
    Curacao Dry dock Company (CDM) workers discovered the blue asbestos during routine repair and renovation work while the ship was in dry dock in Otrobanda, Curacao. After an extraordinary meeting, alarmed Government officials ordered the ship sealed off and decided to inform the public of their actions in order to avoid rumour and panic among dock workers.

    Reportedly, the 40 year old ship is extensively contaminated with blue asbestos, the most dangerous form of the carcinogenic mineral. Studies have shown that there are no safe levels of exposure to asbestos and a single microscopic particle could remain lodged in the lungs for years and in the right conditions, cause lung cancer. Decontamination, if it is even possible, is likely to cost tens of millions of dollars and would result in the ship being in dry dock for many months.
    "

    http://insurancenewsnet.com/article.aspx?n=1&neID=200805023600.3_33bc000d60868fe7
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  13. Anonymous Member

    Dere David Miscavige-Miskiewicz:

    If you aren't too hung over to read this, YOU HAVE TERMINAL CANCER.

    Just sayin'


    Sincerely,

    Anonymous
  14. RightOn Member

    better write one to Cruise too!
    although the only thing he would be hung over on would be too much bee pollen. lol

    It was Jason Beghe who said the Failwinds was a "flea bag"and he said it shook like crazy.
    Posted in the Mesothelioma news blog in 2009

    http://www.mesotheliomanews.com/2009/08/12/scientology-blue-asbestos/
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  15. timthephoto Member

    i'll just leave this here
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  16. Herro Member

    Exactly.
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  17. Anonymous Member

    Herro lol
    go make some more "useful" threads
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  18. 278?
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  19. Anonymous Member

    I prefer the 'dox or stfu' comments over the threads that he, and evidently you, think are useful.
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  20. Anonymous Member

    I was being sarcastic. VERY sarcastic.
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