Polar Bears losing their homes due to human consumption ruining the world. Deforestation blamed on greedy third world Governments. Thousands dying daily from dirty fossil fuel electrical generation. Wildlife species being killed off every day due to carbon expulsion into the air by Dirt Industry.
All of these “FAKE CLAIMS” grab headlines in the left wing news outlets around the world even though they are just BS!
Don’t ever let a truth get in the way of a good “story”!
So what are these shiny granola eating, glossy do-gooders called Environmental Non Government Organizations doing over on the Third World countries to save people from themselves?
According to psycho babbled news media they are SAVING the WORLD!
Remember to listen to the WWF and Suzuki’s of the world and turn your lights off in two days for an hour to show everyone how absolutely stupid and ill-informed you really are. Oh, and lock the doors tight, hide in the basement and wish like hell you don’t get robbed while your huddled together like rats in a coffee can!
Now ask the people who live in these countries what the WWF is doing to them and you’ll get the following story!
March 19, 2013 at 11:49 am No Frakking Consensus
The behaviour of green NGOs in the developing word resembles foreign adventurism: arrogant, reckless, and exploitative.
Just in time for Earth Hour this coming Saturday – that annual feel-good, accomplish-little World Wildlife Fund (WWF) event – a news story in the Jakarta Globe quotes Firman Subagyo, the head of the forestry commission for that country’s House of Representatives:
Foreign NGOs like the WWF are like thieves visiting our homes to steal our treasures without us realizing it. The NGO’s arrogance has impacted our weakened industrial competitiveness overseas, which will [in the] end worsen Indonesia’s economy. [bold added, backed up here]
It seems the WWF took responsibility for helping to slow deforestation in a particular part of that country, but matters haven’t gone according to plan. The article quotes Ir. Darori, the director general for forest protection:
We will evaluate [the WWF’s work]. If it proves to have no benefit, we will terminate the partnership.
The willful blindness of groups such as the WWF and Greenpeace toward economically struggling nations around the globe is breathtaking. Their own, narrow agenda is the only thing that matters to these activists. The welfare of ordinary people who reside in those countries doesn’t make it onto their radar (see a discussion of Mexico and Poland in this context).
History is unlikely to be kind to green NGOs. Their behaviour in the developing world is starting to look a great deal like foreign adventurism. They aren’t just arrogant – they’re reckless, exploitative, and anti-democratic.
They presume to know, better than local populations, what decisions should be made and what policies should be pursued. Moreover, they don’t hesitate to trash a country’s international reputation on the thinnest, most petty of grounds.
Some burning questions need to be asked: