Moonbat Eco-Pirates Throw Stones From Cracked Glass Boat

This is too much even from moonbats, whose capacity for projection is legendary:

Environment lobby group Sea Shepherd has lodged a piracy complaint in the Netherlands against the captain and crew of a Japanese ship that collided with one of its vessels.

“We have lodged a complaint of piracy with the Dutch prosecuting authority against the captain and crew of the Japanese vessel,” Sea Shepherd legal representative Liesbeth Zegveld told AFP…

Readers will recall that the Sea Shepherd managed to get itself plowed into by a Japanese ship against which it was waging piracy, dragging a line meant to entangle the ship’s propeller. Here’s the ill-fated moonbat pirate ship, complete with Jolly Roger:

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Why try the Japanese in a Dutch court? Because the dying remnants of Holland are the canary in the coalmine of moonbattery, providing the best chance of a guilty verdict. But a Dutch court did refuse to arrest President Bush on countermoonbattery charges in 2005 — to Greenpeace’s festering chagrin.

On a tip from Wiggins. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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