Greenpeace, like most modern environmental organizations, is full of “do as I say, not as I do” virtue signalling activists, and none more than Greenpeace Canada’s Mike Hudema.
A quick scan of Hudema’s social media feed and you will see his jet fuel burning, high carbon lifestyle, one that’s taken him to remote and exotic destinations like Hawaii, Spain and Iceland.
But like all climate campaigners, Hudema's life of high carbon luxury had to be earned.
For one thing, he authored a book in 2004 titled (if you can believe it) An Action a Day Keeps Global Capitalism Away.
Yet look at one of the Amazon.ca 5-star reviews of his book, and notice who wrote it:
Did Mike Hudema really write a glowing review of his own book and think that nobody would notice?
Unreal, but also kinda pathetic. He didn’t even bother to make a fake account to write the glowing review.
But there’s something even more frustrating about Mike Hudema: He’s a coward.
WATCH as I explain.
Picture credit: Between the Lines (2004)