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Re: “New Rules Threaten Small Fishermen

"But the feds behind the system tell a different story. "We know that a few individuals who were given small catch shares are struggling, but overall revenues are up," said Maggie Mooney-Seus, spokesperson for the National Marine Fisheries Service's Northeast Region."
This is bull bleep. The EDF ownership plan is working perfectly. To destroy livelyhoods, and businesses. NOAA/NMFS is NOT using the best up to date data in NE, I doubt they are using it on the West coast. This is an investment strategy paralell to Cap and Trade, Catch and Trade. NE would like to thank the Milkin Institute fot their description of fishermen in their 73 minute long investment audio. Wait'll the industry audio comes out, We'll do better than drunks, and drug addicts, when the description of the Ponzi Scheme players. Much more colorful sea talk.

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Posted by borehead on 01/31/2011 at 11:50 AM

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