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.
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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