Well, Greenpeace is at it again. First ramming Japanese whaling ships, then last month it was “we know who you are, we know where you live”, this month they’re taking a dump in Brasilia, Brazil.
Sounds like bullshit you say? Well, that’s exactly what it is! Per this article in Beijing Today (funny how you never or seldom see this stuff in the US mainstream media), we can see what they’re up to.
Brazil speedily awarded the tender for a controversial hydro-electric dam projected to be the world’s third-largest, despite fierce opposition from environmentalists
Seems Greenpeace isn’t happy at all about this.
Indigenous groups and environmental activists had earlier staged demonstrations decrying the dam as ecologically irresponsible and a threat to the livelihood of 12,000 families, most of them Brazilian Indians living on the banks of the Xingu river that would feed the facility.
“We, the indigenous, demand justice and respect,” read one placard brandished by protesters in front of the National Electric Energy Agency in Brasilia, where the tender process was held.
OK, I can live with peaceful protests but this?
Around 500 activists with Greenpeace dumped three tons of manure in front of the building.
Not only not peaceful (again), but it’s smelly, and it really is pollution, Did the Greenpeace protesters bother to think about the ramifications of dumping shit in the streets? It could increase global warming (methane gas), or get washed into the water supply (E. Coli) and make people sick.
I used to think of people at Greenpeace as peaceful. I now am beginning to wonder if they’ve been watching The Godfather 1, 2 and 3 movies too much, not to mention Goodfellas.
I wonder if at least it was “certified organic” bullshit from “free range” cows?
It should have been “chickenshit.”
Source: Beijing Today