July 01, 2015

"Committing crimes is actually part of Greenpeace's business plan"

Rebel Staff
 

Greenpeace has been kicked out of India, where they're been trying to halt the use of so-called "golden rice," a GM food designed to help feed the country's millions of hungry people.

Now Australia may lift the group's charitable status after they trespassed onto private property and destroy GM wheat.

Why does Greenpeace want starving poor people to die?

Canada stripped them of their charitable status twice, also for breaking the law. But is that enough?

I think Canada should consider using the equivalent of the U.S. RICO statutes to go after Greenpeace.



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commented 2015-07-03 14:26:03 -0400
Did you see that? The hypocrites! Using gas powered weed eaters instead of clean battery powered units. Two stroke engines with gas and oil being burnt together – an environmental disaster!
commented 2015-07-02 15:05:55 -0400
But your doggie still loves you, right Bill?…
commented 2015-07-02 08:18:05 -0400
Reverse lawfare. Pass a law requiring these organizations be responsible for their statements. The first time. no next time, they use false data in one of their fund raisers anywhere in the world let their victims sue them for multiples of the funds raised. Greenpeace is a million dollar a day international fundraising company that habitually misrepresents the facts so take off the gloves.
commented 2015-07-02 08:09:47 -0400
Andy says: "Mother Nature modifies food over centuries and your dog has been “genetically modified”

Mother nature does not disassemble DNA at the molecular level and splice in genes from mutually exclusive species – like frog genes in wheat or slug genes in a goat. There is no peer reviewed quantitative study on the effects of ingesting such unnatural concoctions over a period of time.
commented 2015-07-02 08:05:33 -0400
If you don’t have respect for scientific fact or public intelligence, why would you respect the law?
commented 2015-07-02 03:19:36 -0400
Why Dan?… Even Mother Nature modifies food over centuries and your dog has been “genetically modified” hundreds of times over the past 12,000 years, but still loves you…
commented 2015-07-02 02:34:55 -0400
Well I haven’t heard anything sensible from GP since the 1978 McTaggart/Hunter book, “Greenpeace III: Journey into the Bomb”, but I sure would like to see GMO labeling on the food I buy in a grocery store…
commented 2015-07-02 01:53:16 -0400
GP is nothing more than a terrorist organization…
No different than the Hell’s Angels, Hezbollah, PLO, or ISIS, etc…
Treat them as such!
commented 2015-07-01 21:46:40 -0400
It will be interesting if bill c51 has any impact on these criminals. Judges and the MSM will have a field day with the first case and don’t think that green peace isn’t already plotting to put it to the test.
Marjorie, you’re right green peace and the Suzuki foundation with all the money that they rake in has done nothing at all to better this world for the poor, the hungry, not a nickel spent on r&d for alternative energy, they are only in it for themselves and that alone is a hanous crime.
commented 2015-07-01 20:28:51 -0400
Does Greenpeace ever do anything legal? Have they ever helped indigenous peoples hunt or fish or improve their lives in any manner? Has Greenpeace ever planted a tree? Have they provided clean water for rural villages anywhere in the world? Why have these criminals who engage only in criminal activities been allowed to continue their life of crime? Why aren’t they in jails in various countries? Why are they treated as “juvenile pranksters?” Aren’t their actions destructive, and a menace? Isn’t it time they were charged, taken to court and punished?
commented 2015-07-01 19:47:29 -0400
While “we citizens” would like the government to come down hard on criminals, the criminals get a free ride from Liberal judges. If they don’t, they run our tab up to the SOC, and the liberal judges there give them a pass. The deck is stacked against us!
commented 2015-07-01 19:03:05 -0400
Linda – your Dad is a hero, and these cowardly criminals will never come close to touching that honour, nor our Canadian pride in our true patriot sons, such as your Dad.
commented 2015-07-01 18:32:24 -0400
What irks me the most about Greenpeace is how they believe themselves to be leading edge heroes or warriors in saving the planet when in fact they are Marxist hacks and cowards.
My Father was a WW2 wounded war veteran who went face to face with Hitler’s SS.
My Dad is a hero,not these criminals. They bring shame to Canada.
commented 2015-07-01 18:31:20 -0400
I stopped listening to anything GP had to say already years ago… But then there was the defacing of the Hummingbird Icon on the world heritage site Nazca Plains in Peru in December, 2014…. All the little bastards that performed that outrage slipped out of the country without being prosecuted because of one loopy Peruvian judge…
commented 2015-07-01 17:42:43 -0400
greenpeace was about environment, but that changed in the 1980s.
greenpeace is just part of the socialist/marxist UN agenda now.
just another quasi-terrorist group.
commented 2015-07-01 17:10:47 -0400
There is only one way to treat these criminals. I hope PM Harper is re-elected to enforce the laws of Canada.
commented 2015-07-01 16:39:11 -0400
Great group, including piracy on Russian oil platform, they are lucky Russia let them out. They should be charged using the anti terror laws.
commented 2015-07-01 16:01:23 -0400
A page taken right out of the Che Guevara/Fidel Castro page, and one which was used extensively in the 80s and 90s — criminal activity, including terrorism, to make your point. And then Greenpeace wonders why people are paying less attention to them. Would that more nations (including our own!) take India’s position against these criminals…
commented 2015-07-01 15:35:26 -0400
They’re just a bunch of criminals! They should never be allowed charitable status in Canada – ever! India has it right, good on them for kicking their criminal butts out. I wonder how much money the UN is providing GP to do their bidding? The UN wants to control the population, so it is in their interest to starve them, not try to improve their lot.