Tracking Of The Freewinds

Discussion in 'Projects' started by _You_, Nov 24, 2009.

  1. Sponge Member

    What the fuck are you talking about?
  2. Anonymous Member

    Someone pads out a story with a little PR spin in return for a consideration. It happens.
  3. Bonebreaker Member

    Too bad they didn't let you see the bilges being swabbed by RPFers.
  4. Anonymous Member

    Freewinds back in St. Vincents, to give free cultcert concert

    The comments are fun

    • Like Like x 3
  5. RightOn Member

    Way to Happiness booklets on ST Vincent
    NO! just fucking NO!
  6. Anonymous Member

    Too late, The Way To Happiness already distributed to government officials and local kids and schools.

    That's why there's no more drugs or crime or unhappiness in St. Vincent.

    Freewinds works and it herps people.
  7. Anonymous Member

    • Like Like x 2
  8. Anonymous Member

  9. Sponge Member

    In this article from April 2010, Archbishop of Castries, Robert Rivas, talking about St.Lucia, said that the Freewinds had previously been banned from St.Vincent. Don't know of any other supporting dox on that.....

    >> Archbishop warns against Scientology Invasion! | St. Lucia STAR <<
    (original article seems to have disappeared, so I've quoted it in full below from OCMB source)
    According to this report on OCMB of a mailer being sent out 2002, the Freewinds was visting St.Vincent then:

    • Like Like x 3
  10. AnonLover Member

    dialogue ireland to the recue...
    • Like Like x 3
  11. Anonymous Member

  12. Anonymous Member

    News source that reports on Cruise Ships. Not worth starting a new thread, but link might be useful for Freewinds watchers here.!/thecruisepaper/statuses/157678919443693568
  13. Anonymous Member

  14. Anonymous Member

    < 3

    / Looking to meet up with you next month, using alt sock. You've PMed me before. Old sock is resting. Pining for the fjords.

    Will contact you when nearby. Don't panic. Check with Miranda.

    Droogs in chicken coop have hatched.

    I say again, Mars _ needs _ women.

    I repeat, Smurf _ loves _ pussycats.

    I repeat one last time, walk _ this _ way.

    There is no third thing.
  15. Sponge Member

    See also, here:
  16. Sponge Member


    edit: oops, fixed my own fix of your post.
  17. Anonymous Member

    Sponge, YOU ROCK
  18. Anonymous Member

    Inviting public from St Vincent on board a ship that they KNOW to have a massive blue asbestos problem must surely be contravening public safety laws.

    That ship needs to be floated out to see and sunk to make an artificial reef, such is the level of flaking 40 year old asbestos beneath each deck.

    There must be some data on unusually high incidences of asbestos-related lung cancer occurring in people who berthed on board the Freewinds.

    Has anyone contacted the St Vincent Tourist Authority?

    Head Office:
    St. Vincent & The Grenadines

    Tourism Authority
    P.O. Box 834
    2nd Floor, NIS Building
    Upper Bay Street, Kingstown
    St. Vincent & The Grenadines
    Tel: 784-456-6222

    UK:10 Kensington Court
    London, W8 5DL, England
    Tel: +44 (0) 207 937 6570

    801 2nd Avenue, 1st Floor
    New York, N.Y. 10017, USA
    Toll-free: 1-800-729-1726
    Tel: 212 687 4981

    333 Wilson Avenue, Suite 601
    Toronto M3H IT2. Canada
    Toll-free: 1-866-421-4452
    Tel: 416 630 9292
  19. Anonymous Member


    • Like Like x 1
  20. Anonymous Member

    Relax, Blue Asbestos is part of OT IX levels.

    Sniff & Taste series of Super Powder Rundown.
    • Like Like x 2
  21. Anonymous Member

    That the one given only in Cartagena ;)
    • Like Like x 1
  22. Anonymous Member

    I think it has to be spread far and wide that Scientology let their crew and passsengers continue to sail on the Cancer Tug WAY after Lawrence Woodcraft warned them of the asbestos.
    It needs to be brought up again and and back in the media.
    COS let people sail for TWENTY ONE years before Curacoa Authorities sealed it and it went into dry dock.
    So this April will be 4 years since it went into dry dock in Curacoa according th the video above.

    I think Tony O should do a story on this. Would be great timing with eveything else that is going on.
    And all the islands need to "get wind" of the Failwinds and how they shouldn't board it.

    Larwrence Woodcraft once said, that even with it getting refurbished, it would have to be stripped down to it's steel hull to rid the boat entitely of blue asbestos because it was srpayed between the walls and all in between the electrical wiring or something? This would of cost millions.
    The tug is old and it shakes. Thus still releasing particles into the air from their air conditioning vent system. A damaging particle can not be seen by the naked eye and is microscopic. (I thought I read)
    Once inhaled ,it never leaves the body. (I thought I read)
    If I am wrong please correct me.

    I just think it is time to air COS's neglect of not telling it's passengers the potential danger.
    Yes I know they don't beleive they can be hurt by asbestos.
    But being a "church", their "parishoners" had the right to know exactly why it went into dry dock and it that was in operation for 21 years AFTER the first warning and to make their own decision whether to sail or not.
    of course they would have never went into dry dock had those Polish workers not discovered it. Wonder what ever happened to them?
    Hey Tony!! time to also contact the company who did the clean up Was it Nordic? I forget.
    And also IMPORTANT! Where did all that asabestos go?
    • Like Like x 1
  23. Sponge Member

    ^I liked the posts on the asbestos but this more of a tracking thread, you know, where the Failwinds is at and what its doing there. Obviously there is some leeway but its probably best to avoid too much derail into a deep discussion on that well known issue (there is a big thread or several on the asbestos thing which you can bump with new info and link to).

    inb4: "shut up Sponge you armchair moderator".
    • Like Like x 2
  24. Anonymous Member

    You what? If you are who I think you are, I'm not longer on that island south of your position.

  25. Anonymous Member

    The Polish company was Nordica Engineering.

    Witold Maliński is the contact there who was trying to get compensation for Nordica workers who were tricked into employment aboard the contaminated ship of death.

    USA - Miami

    Nordica Marine Inc.
    500 NE 191 street
    Miami, FL 33179

    Phone: (305) 249-8680
    Fax: (305) 249-8687
    Poland - Gdansk

    Nordica Marine Services SP
    ul. Kowalska 2
    83-000 Pruszcz Gdansk

    Phone: (+48) 58-77 39 800
    Fax: +48) 58-77 39 825
    Philippines – Manila

    Nordica Engineering
    Parang-Parang, Orani, Bataan
    Code: 2112

    Phone: (+6347) 3003008
  26. Anonymous Member

    Pictures from Nordica's website.


  27. Anonymous Member

    Yeah you're right - sorry...
  28. Anonymous Member

    Freewinds in Barbados, racking up spending those tourist dollars. But seriously, what tourist site posts photos of tourists syunning themselves on the beach during the middle of Winer in BLACK AND WHITE?

    Cheap ass color blind non-tanned dolts.


  29. Sponge Member


    • Like Like x 5
  30. Anonymous Member


    • Like Like x 1
  31. Anonymous Member

    • Like Like x 4
  32. Random guy Member

    Size, according to Wikipedia:

    Lenght: 134.16 m (440 ft 2 in)
    Beam: 21.04 m (69 ft 0 in)
    Draught: 5.50 m (18 ft 1 in)
  33. Anonymous Member

    An interesting note, which SIAP, is that Miscavige has definitely got cancer, from his visits to the Freewinds.
  34. Anonymous Member

  35. Anonymous Member

  36. Anonymous Member

    Different anon here, I believe SIAP is "Sorry If Already Posted"

    And yeah,

    DOX PLEASE on Miscavige cancer. Never heard this rumor before. Interesting derail.

    Mods, should this cancer rumor derail be moved to a new thread, since this Tracking of the Freewinds is a very specific active project.
  37. DeathHamster Member

    Never mind the bus, look at the real cruise ship past the bow. (And it's probably a fair distance back from the Freewinds.) I bet only the Freewinds' antennas would stick up above the cruise ship's main deck, if that.
    • Like Like x 1
  38. Anonymous Member

  39. Anonymous Member

    Oh HAI!
    From:Mikel Amondarain (
  40. Anonymous Member

    circle jerk^^^

Share This Page

Customize Theme Colors


Choose a color via Color picker or click the predefined style names!

Primary Color :

Secondary Color :
Predefined Skins