Monday, December 15, 2014

Greenpeace again offends indigenous people

By Craig Rucker
web posted December 15, 2014
Greenpeace sign at Nazca lines

Greenpeace likes to pretend it's on the side of local people, especially indigenous peoples. But time and again they demonstrate a shocking degree of cultural boorishness. Now Greenpeace activists have Peruvians up in arms, after trespassing all over treasured Incan cultural sites at Machu Picchu and Nazca, while doing ridiculous publicity stunts to highlight their claim that tiny amounts of plant-fertilizing carbon dioxide are causing "dangerous" planet-wide climate change...... The damage affects some 1,600 square meters (0.4 acres) next to a hummingbird etched into the desert soil. A spokeswoman for the prosecutor said that, under Peruvian law, damaging the historic site could be punishable by a prison sentence of three to six years. ......Many politicians and business people are afraid to stand up to Big Green bully groups. CFACT is unafraid. We have challenged Greenpeace and Big Green at every opportunity, such as here,here,hereand here. We are committed to working for people, as well as nature......To Read More.....

My Take - On a personal level, I don't much care about these ancient pagan cultural sites, especially since the religions of Central and South America were centered on human sacrifice - on a massive scale. But even so, everyone should be offended. Why? I think there is an important lesson to be gleaned from all of this about the greenies.

These sites belong to someone else.

It’s the property of the Peruvian people. It doesn’t belong to Greenpeace, and these self-righteous environmental activists have no right to damage their property.

This is just one more act of disrespect from the Green activists. They hate humanity and the outcome from the things they support – or are against - in so many arenas are ample proof of it. They are the spear point of the left, where the emotional and philosophical foundation for the green movement was created - in 19th century Germany and codified into law in 20th century Nazi Germany.

The roots of that philosophy go back to the ancient Germanic Druids. The one thing they all have in common - the pagans of South and Central America, the Middle East, the Celtic Druids, the Nazi's and the Green movement is their willingness to sacrifice human beings on the altar of their nature worshiping based beliefs. We really do need to come to a complete understanding that western environmentalism is the secular religion of the urban atheist, with its roots in pagan Celtic nature worship. Once we grasp that everything they do falls into place.


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