The red hands of Greenpeace: Mastio and Mahmood
If only there were something like an international criminal court to go after human rights abusers, and accomplices to genocide, and murder. Oh wait, the wife just walked by, and gave me the roll eyes. There is an International Criminal Court, and its jurisdiction is human rights, genocide, murder and the like. Who knew?!
International Criminal Court - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"More than 100 Nobel laureates have come together to sign a letter accusing Greenpeace of "crimes against humanity" for the environmental group's anti-scientific stand against genetically modified organisms, in particular the group's effort to stop the use of a kind of rice aimed at eradicating vitamin A deficiency, a scourge that has killed millions in the last decade and blinded tens of millions more. The victims, according to the World Health Organization, are mostly children and pregnant mothers.
While dozens of the 107 Nobel Prize-winning signers are in fields such as physics and economics with little specific relevance to the safety of GMO foods or efforts to fight deadly global health threats, 41 of the Nobel laureates hold the distinction for their work in medicine. They represent Nobel winners from virtually every year from 1989 to 2014.
In the past, Greenpeace has blithely ignored the views of scientists, such as those convened by the National Academy of Sciences, who have repeatedly found genetically-modified food perfectly safe for humans and the environment.
But this letter will be harder to ignore. The scientists essentially accuse the globally-influential environmental group of allowing "one or two million preventable deaths" in impoverished regions of the world to continue year after year based on a stubborn refusal to listen to the facts."
This is small potatoes, Greenpeace has been doing killing one million or more per year with malaria, by lobbying for the DDT ban since the early 1970s, they have the blood of tens of millions on their hands from that alone.
Environmental groups are first and foremost antihuman, and only secondly pro environment, and only weakly. If they were actual believers in environmental action, they would not heat their homes, drive cars, or fly, but, hey, they do, lots, and often! The first course of business is finding ways to reduce the human footprint on Earth through disease, pestilence, and murder.
Sending money to any of these groups makes you an accomplice.