In Arctic, Greenpeace picks new fight with old foe
This image made available by environmental organization Greenpeace shows Greenpeace activists chained to the anchor chain of the Anna Akhmatova, the vessel which was carrying Gazprom's workers to the Prirazlomnaya platform, in the Pechora Sea about 620 miles from the nearest port, Murmansk, a city on the extreme northwestern edge of the Russian ... (more)Read more
#1 Aug 29, 2012
Should not something be done with pirates like Greenpeace and their Somali bretheren?
#2 Aug 29, 2012
nothing wrong with ensuring large corporations take their ecological responsibilities seriously.
#3 Nov 30, 2012
You hit the point. I evidently also missed the moment Greenpeace headquarters have moved to Somalia. Even the mentioned article will gain more logical sense in it if you replace 'Greenpeace' with 'Samoa pirates' in it. No matter how you look at it, anyway there is absolutely no even slightest doubt about who exactly stay behind all those recent actions discrediting by all means The Northern Sea Route. Great pity hits me. When I was a child I firmly believed in integrity of greens. Right now I see Eastern Africa pirates buying them as a street prostitute.
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