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Greenpeace: we know where you live

Happy Easter

The official Greenpeace website has published a two-part memorandum written by Gene Hashmi, the communication director for Greenpeace in India (see the picture below or Twitter or watch a video from his vacations in Poland) which is mostly dedicated to the "climate criminals":

Will the real ClimateGate please stand up? (part 1)
Will the real ClimateGate please stand up? (part 2)
Don't forget to check the discussion, especially the long one under Part 2. There seems to be a consensus that Greenpeace is bad.

The first part is mainly an attack on Charles & David Koch. In an accompanying video, Greenpeace creates a special "climate police" car and they're going after the two Gentlemen whom I have never heard of and who clearly haven't done anything wrong - except that one of them once bought a drink to one of the pedestrians who were asked. ;-) (Koch brothers and Exxon deserve a medal, Roger Gay of Men's News Daily argues.) Greenpeace activists are screaming at the people on the street that the Koch brothers are climate deniers who need to be caught.

Small children are playing games: it will be sunny tomorrow, you may think. (This is a Czech proverb, and if you don't know it, you should learn it.) It's not just little boys: a little girl, Heidi Marshall, also wants to "take down" Koch Industries; this naughty girl dislikes Nestle chocolates and Facebook, too. But is it just a funny game by irrelevant nuts?

As the second part of the memorandum shows, you may be the next target. The essay complains that the Czech coal power plants wasn't stopped at the end: the environment minister who teamed up with Greenpeace in his efforts to damage the power plant figured out that he was considered to be a scatterbrain by the prime minister and the rest of the government so he gracefully resigned.

Bonus: Henry Waxman, a co-father of the U.S. cap-and-trade bill, explains that the North Pole is evaporating away and the tundra below the North Pole, on the Arctica continent, is getting revealed. Third graders - tutors are needed here.

The Czech Republic is not yet controlled by Greenpeace and bashi-bazouks from Micronesia who were hired to parrot the ludicrous Greenpeace ideology about the sea levels raised by Western power plants.

Gene from Greenpeace India concludes that this "Prague Spring" showed that the proper channels have failed. He's urging Greenpeace to become a militant criminal organization:
... What do you do when all the protocols and cheat codes of democracy fail? This is what you do: you reclaim the language of democracy from the twisted bunch that have hijacked, cannibalized and subverted it.

Pressuring politicians on climate change is not working. ... We need to shift targets and go after the real termites that hollowed out and imploded Copenhagen... The oil and gas mafia running loose...

We need to hit them where it hurts most, by any means necessary: through the power of our votes, our taxes, our wallets, and more.

We need to be inclusive. We need to join forces with those within the climate movement that are taking direct action to disrupt the CO2 supply chain...

... The politicians have failed. Now it's up to us. We must break the law to make the laws we need... Screw being climate activists. It's not working. We need an army of climate outlaws.

The proper channels have failed. It's time for mass civil disobedience to cut off the financial oxygen from denial and skepticism.


If you're one of those who have spent their lives undermining progressive climate legislation, bankrolling junk science, fueling spurious debates around false solutions, and cattle-prodding democratically-elected governments into submission, then hear this:

We know who you are. We know where you live. We know where you work.

And we be many, but you be few.
What a friendly threat on the official Greenpeace website. ;-) This increase in radicalism shouldn't be unexpected: green scumbags such as our Indian friend have understood that they may have lost the war, so they're switching into the radical suicide mode.

Dr James Hansen won't hesitate before he joins the new army of climate outlaws but I wonder whether e.g. Jan Rovenský, the climate boss of Greenpeace CZ, also agrees with his Indian comrade.

I still think that this childhood friend of mine has become a green bureaucrat who enjoys his convenient life and just occasionally climbs a chimney. Will he re-join the new green guerilla group that Greenpeace may become? Is he really ready to be shot together with the organized criminals who may need to be shot?

The words of Mr Gene of India reveal a lot about their thinking patterns and values. Even when he tries to talk about the positive values, it ends up badly. For example, in his opinion, democracy is composed of "protocols" and "cheat codes". Also, it's amusing how he lists the possible weapons that Greenpeace may use. It's their votes, wallets, taxes, and more.

As the following sentences clarify, he realizes very well that only the last weapon is realistic in their case. The green radicals' votes, wallets, and taxes are negligible. So at the end, they remain in the situation that Marx defined for them: they have nothing to lose but their chains. And if they really get out of the chains, to realize what Mr Gene is dreaming about, they will have to be legally stopped, and if it turns out to be impossible, they will have to be killed.

Via Marc M. and his sources.

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reader Unknown said...

what a wonderful response to Greenpeace. Here I was spending a miserable Easter alone and bunny rabbits, flowers and fluffy animals vaporised my fears,thank you so much...

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