Greenpeace is Dead
Posted by Jack Humphrey
The video you are about to see is shocking, disgusting, and not fit for the timid.
Greenpeace is now eating whales to prove their love of the Japanese culture and supposedly, hold on to your hat, “save the whales.”
Correct me if I am wrong, but I thought my time at Greenpeace in the early 90’s was helping to protect whales. Had I known a representative of Greenpeace would be seen on video proudly eating whale meat, I’d have burned the Washington, D.C. office to the ground!
Greenpeace is absolutely dead. The spirit is completely gone.
“Whale-Love Wagon 03 – Grandmothers’ home whale recipe”
Can you imagine the ACLU taking part in racial profiling or beating a black man in downtown L.A. to bridge the gap between them and the racists?
How about finding the last remaining cannibal tribes and enjoying some human remains with them in order to appreciate their culture?
Or a national wife beating day to bring attention to and make friends with wife beaters?
I am ashamed I ever had anything to do with Greenpeace. I was young and I believed in what they were doing way back then.
Many of the people there at the time believed in what they were doing too.
Today, the organization is no more. In my personal opinion, when you literally eat the very thing you were founded to protect, you should lose your non profit status and someone should have to do time for fraudulent fundraising practices.
The statements above are solely the opinion of Jack Humphrey, a Rewilding Institute Fellow and former Greenpeace fundraiser at the Washington, D.C. canvas office in the very early 90’s.
We are risk-takers. For over 40 years, we have grown from a small organization to a global movement of thousands of passionate volunteers from dozens of nations. What has never changed is our attitude.
We put ourselves on the front lines to expose the truth, save marine wildlife, conduct vital research and stop illegal activity through collaborative campaigns with communities and governments through lawful means and in accordance to international charters and declarations.