Unknown date/pulled from from public photo file on Greenpeace official website
In a follow up to the somewhat humorous post yesterday… I find it amazing that GreenPeace is still blindly pushing the Global AGW agenda even though their retired leader admited almost a year ago, to a myriad of lies and mistruth’s planned and executed under their powererful umbrella of activism, that such continued blatant bombardment of lies and propaganda against the intellect of Americans still exists.
This continued assault, even after their past director stated in the press, that they perpetrated a falsehood in their agenda is not only inexcusable, it should wake up a lot of members (and parents of members), to the type of unethical win at all cost behavior of their beloved organization. Under close questioning by BBC reporter Stephen Sackur on the “Hardtalk” program, Gerd Leipold, the retiring leader of Greenpeace, said the claim was wrong. They are paying our youth to go out and spead their lies and propaganda, under the 1st ammendment of the Constitution it is protected speech, to be sure. However, I have the right to point out their errors in hopes of waking up some of their youth that they have inspired to conspire with them in the pushing of outright lies and a dogma of falsehood in an almost religious way compared to the Hari Krishna or Mormons.
The following is an excerpt from this article linked here
I don’t think it will be melting by 2030. … That may have been a mistake,” he said.
Sackur said the claim was inaccurate on two fronts, pointing out that the Arctic ice is a mass of 1.6 million square kilometers with a thickness of 3 km in the middle, and that it had survived much warmer periods in history than the present.
The BBC reporter accused Leipold and Greenpeace of releasing “misleading information” and using “exaggeration and alarmism.”
Leipold’s admission that Greenpeace issued misleading information is a major embarrassment to the organization, which often has been accused of alarmism but has always insisted that it applies full scientific rigor in its global-warming pronouncements.
Although he admitted Greenpeace had released inaccurate but alarming information, Leipold defended the organization’s practice of “emotionalizing issues” in order to bring the public around to its way of thinking and alter public opinion.