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Greenpeace propaganda The cameras filmed the killing, never the faces of the people doing the torture and killing. Said founder Paul Watson: "It doesn't matter what is true, it only matters what people believe to be true ... you are what the media define...
What did Greenpeace expect?

...campaign by press release to raise money to support their gadfly lifestyle. In the word of another Greenpeace founder Paul Watson, upset over the hijacking of the organization by radicals: "It doesn't matter what is true, it only matters what...

...p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 8 and 9. Synopsis: In director Dan Stone's documentary, Canadian activist Paul Watson and his team from the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society take aggressive steps to stop Japanese fishing ships from hunting...
Juneau Empire Online Local News: Whale hunt in Canadian Arctic sparks debate 7/13/98

...victim of a misguided, politically motivated effort to revive an Inuit tradition that should have been laid to rest. Paul Watson, a prominent anti-whaling activist, denounced the hunt as ``outlaw whaling'' because the bowhead around Baffin...
A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle For A Living Planet

Opens Friday, Mar 1, 2013 Synopsis: Filmmaker Mark Kitchell takes a cue from environmental journalist Philip Shabecoff's book of the same name in this documentary, which offers a detailed history of environmental activism. Spanning the course of five decades, Kitchell's film reveals this remarkable history in five acts, each centered around a specific struggle, and featuring a strong central character: In the first act, we see how David Brower and the Sierra Club joined forces to prevent the construction of dams in the Grand Canyon; the second story finds Lois Gibbs and her Love Canal neighbors waging a fierce battle against local, state, and federal governments after learning their homes had been built on top of a toxic dumping ground; Paul Watson joins Greenpeace in stopping whalers from plundering the sea in chapter three; Chico Mendes sides with Brazilian rubber tappers in the struggle to halt destruction of the Amazon rainforest in the penultimate episode; and the final tale follows Bill McKibben in his decades-long attempt to raise awareness of climate change. In the aftermath of such environmental catastrophes as Hurricane Katrina and Fukushima, A Fierce Green Fire attempts to awaken us to the dangers that could lie ahead should we continue to go on ignoring the troubling signs all around us. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review



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