Gender diversity and grim reality – why I’m so often right in my analyses

Allegations of rape are “widespread in the container shipping industry”, according to a female cadet, who claims she was raped while serving a year at sea on a Maersk Line vessel.
Five Maersk crew have been suspended, but the alleged victim claims that of the 50 women in her year at the US Merchant Marine Academy, all reported sexual harassment, including at least five rapes, while at sea…
However, the Maritime Legal Aid & Advocacy (MLAA) told The Loadstar the issue was far broader than just Maersk – it was “an industry wide issue”…

Comment: I’ve been regularly writing about this issue and negative if not grim, outcomes of “gender diversity on ships”, and all I got in return were indignant letters from enraged feminists/leftists and other progressive idiots. Now what? I am wrong again? More diversity, more rapes, more “new normal”?
The reason why my analyses so often come true is very simple – I’m writing about, and analyze, real life, not fictitious non-existent universe, concocted by mainstream and industry media, and powers that be. So guys, if you want a sound chart on your navigation bridge, welcome to Maritime Bulletin. My analyses will come true, time and again, because I am not incapacitated by payrolls, by enforced agenda, by cowardice and total lack of any moral principles.



My name is Mikhail Voytenko, I’m Russian, professional merchant marine navigator, by education and former experience. I own and run Maritime Bulletin website for more than 10 years. I've been involved in solving a number of piracy hijack cases, including the hijack of ro-ro FAINA, loaded with tanks. It was me who made public, and unravel, freighter ARCTIC SEA mystery. I've been also closely involved in a number of maritime disaster, one of them being MSC FLAMINIA major fire.