Greenpeace now included on counter terrorism list. Is this taking things a bit far?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
Perfectly encapsulates the farcical nature of the "War on Terror," and the uncomfortable conclusion it is mostly for the benefit of the petro-chemical and "Defence," industries.
- robert xLv 71 month ago
NO; green peace does have extreme members who could be described has having terrorist tendencies
- Anonymous1 month ago
Not at all. There's been numerous terror attacks by eco-extremists in recent times, the most notorious being the Christchurch Mosque massacre.
- 1 month ago
The crazies are in power, all this is probably good publicity though, when the Tories went after the IRA they managed to increase their numbers and violence ratio
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- Lord BaconLv 71 month ago
One man's freedom fighter is another man's terrorist.
Those who set out to achieve their aims by civil disobedience, obstruction of legitimate activity or disorderly assembly seem to satisfy any reasonable test of who should be classed as a potential threat. That could include Greenpeace.
- RAH RAHLv 71 month ago
Not before time, hopefuly the police will now shoot them when they illegally enter other peoples property and board oil & gas rigs.