Skip to comments.Radical environmentalism growing, report warns; Sparks Greenpeace dismissal
Posted on 07/29/2012 5:55:27 PM PDT by george76
There is a "growing radicalized environmentalist faction" in Canada that is opposed to the country's energy sector policies, warns a newly declassified intelligence report.
The RCMP criminal intelligence assessment, focusing on Canadian waters, cites potential dangers from environmental activists to offshore oil platforms and hazardous marine shipments, representing perhaps the starkest assessment of such threats by the Canadian security community to date.
The report drew a sharp dismissal from Greenpeace a prominent environmental group singled out in the document
(Excerpt) Read more at ca.news.yahoo.com ...
Greenpeace : a multi-million dollar terrorist organization ?
It's way past time for Canada and the United States to crack down on both of these groups for their illegal activities.
Ah yes! ABUNDANCE!!! The key ingredient in a "supply and demand" economy that keeps prices reasonable and free trade creating more ABUNDANCE!!!
As the show went on it mentioned that the couple are both college professors. My wife caught the guy's name and goggled him up. It turns out he (and her) teach earth consciousness and sustainability. He travels the world giving lectures about environmental justice and putting forth the Agenda 21 philosophy that everyone should use mass transit and live in little urban boxes -- EXCEPT HIM OF COURSE!
Liberals are soooo shallow.
Typical. Just yesterday I was reading about them preparing to remove a dam near Traverse City Michigan and it turns out that its to appease a miniscule segment of the population. (Kayakers and Trout unlimited)
Rather than spending the exact same amount to upgrade and retrofit the dam for power generation, they’re going to tear it out and forever destroy another potential energy source.
Yes, I know there’s a book about that called “Abundance.” I bought it a few months ago, but have not read it yet. I did get the aluminum example from a review of the book.
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