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Actor Javier Bardem Speaks Out For Ocean Treaty | NBC News

Javier Bardem spoke to United Nations delegates on the importance of a global oceans treaty and urged them to act.
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Actor Javier Bardem Speaks Out For Ocean Treaty | NBC News


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  1. Hmmmm…."The oceans are under more pressure than any other time in history." It seems that Bardem doesn't know much about history,

    Just one quick example. I WAS JUST SORT OF POKING AROUND….

    and found that more than 200 ships (dozens of oil tankers) were sunk by German submarines off Florida and in the Gulf between 1941 and 1945. Millions of barrels of crude oil, fuel oil, aviation fuel – not to mention the thousands of tons of depth charges and torpedoes the were exploded in near-shore waters. Many of these ships were sunk by U-boats in sight of the shore.

    In Truk Lagoon alone, 77 Japanese ships filled with hundreds of tons fuel, oil, explosives, chemicals and hundreds of sailors sank under an American attack of hundreds of planes, each loaded with a half ton or more of high explosives. Oil from these WW II ships continued to leak oil in the enclosed lagoon to this day…The surface of the water is still covered with an oily rainbow …everyday. However, Truck Lagoon , now called Chuuk Lagoon, is a ecosystem teeming with life and a world famous tourist destination.

    From the same period,I found a few pics of bodies of sailors washing around in the oily surf or being plucked from the massive slicks drifting offshore. Didn't see any of people in rubber suit wiping the oil off birds.

    Also I read a few news articles about the tragic loss of our brave sailors and Merchant Marine crews who died – many within sight of our shores.

    What I didn't find was any mention of; "eco-disaster" , environmental cataclysm, massive coastal clean up, floating booms, oyster beds threatened, endangered mangrove swamps, fleets of ships (or even one small boat) trying to stop the spread of the oil, endangered species or "unprecedented environmental tragedy".

    No….the only "tragedy" mentioned were the bodies awash in the oily, surf and the prospect of years of bloody sacrifice to come.

  2. Thank you for your heartfelt message. Plastic, overfishing, pollution, greed, the oceans needs to be given rights, the right not to be polluted, the right to be protected,not overfished, etc. etc. etc.

  3. If he wants them to act, he needs to dress up like Anton Chigurh and walk in there with a captive bolt pistol and he will succeed.

  4. Well, all he has to do is dress up like "Anton Chigurh" in No Country for Old men and he'd get whatever he wants!

  5. Let me put my ego to one side for a sec and tell you how up live your lives you scabby peasants.😨


  7. 😖This accent . Where's the NEGAN, voice😩

  8. Who cares what one actor thinks about these things. He is not an expert. He is only a simple actor. That doesn’t make him any person who can speak out.

  9. All Hollywood actors : "You need to save the planet by lowering your carbon footprint !!!"
    Also all Hollywood actors : Goes everywhere in private jets or mega yachts that uses 500 times the fuel that a normal car uses.

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