Thursday, August 19, 2010

BULLSH*T OF "MY palm oil: Credibility of green groups questioned"

"MY palm oil: Credibility of green groups questioned"

WHAT A CROCK! THIS IS THE POST/COMMENT I LEFT.


GREED VS NEED

From everything I have read here, the bottom line is? It's ALL about $.
These green NON-PROFIT environmental/animal rights groups would not have the financial & social backing that they do without being able to justify their agenda(s). WHY NOT ENLIGHTEN THE WORLD WITH WHAT IT IS EXACTLY THAT YOU ARE DOING (in detail) TO MAKE Instead of wasting time ranting on a blog about how horrible all those criminal like "Greenies" are, WHY NOT PROVIDE THE EVIDENCE THAT WHAT YOU SAY IS THE TRUTH?
THERE IS SOMETHING INNATELY SINISTER IN ANYONE BASHING THE TREE HUGGING, EARTH & ANIMAL LOVING, EQUALITY & JUSTICE SEEKING ACTIVISTS.

How can wanting a healthier planet be a bad thing? Protecting human & animal rights is dependant on environmental ethics.
If we choose NOT to save Earth's biodiversity, we will destroy ourselves and all of the (innocent) life we share our planet with.

WHY NOT POST MEDIA AND HAVE DOWN-LOADABLE DOCUMENTS OF INDEPENDENT STUDIES THAT LIVE UP TO WHAT YOU ARE SAYING IS TRUE? A single photo says a thousand words and video documentaries can break down language barriers & are difficult to undermine.

WHEN IT COMES TO GLOBAL SOCIAL/ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ISSUES, IN ORDER FOR PEOPLE TO CARE, THEY MUST FIRST KNOW...that's why 'those' green NOT FOR PROFIT groups are so successful.




MY palm oil: Credibility of green groups questioned: "KUALA LUMPUR: Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth (FOE), Wetlands International and World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) could play invaluable role..."

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MY palm oil: Credibility of green groups questioned

MY palm oil: Credibility of green groups questioned

Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth (FOE), Wetlands International and World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) could play invaluable roles in highlighting environmental problems and promote public and corporate oversight.But when these non-governmental organisations become biased and apply double standards in their whistleblowing, many begin to doubt their credibility.

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