Buzzfeed Makes the Case for Sympathy for Eco-Terrorists

During the latter part of April, Buzzfeed reporter Alison Willmore appeals to her readers to sympathize with the despair fictional and non-fictional eco-terrorists experience in their quest to save the planet. People should literally try to see things from their perspective. Quoting from her article: “Climate Change Fiction Is Rethinking The Ecoterrorist We don’t need…

More Animal Farm Arrests in Southern Australia

Almost thirty animal rights hoodlums have been arrested in connection with activities they conducted at Queensland, Australia animal farms in which, according to the Brisbane Times, some of the criminals trespassed on private property and chained themselves to farm equipment or even stole animals too. Last Tuesday, police charged 11 people on 18 charges, including…

What do Extinction Rebellion want?

This video, produced by the The Sun, gives an overview of the gang green’s latest group of thugs, Extinction Rebellion. The group claims to be a peaceful movement but they have conducted acts of vandalism and are illegally blocking means of mass transportation such as bus routes and major highways which have resulted in hundreds…

Sierra Club Issues Threat Against Keystone Pipeline

On Friday, President Trump issued a presidential permit which will allow the Keystone XL Pipeline to continue to be constructed. According to the Washington Examiner, the document nearly immunizes the project from lawsuits but allows TransCanada to: construct, connect, operate, and maintain pipeline facilities at the international border of the United States and Canada. Environmentalists,…

UK Animal “Rights” Group Urges Violence Against Game Farms

During August of last year, Badger culls were suggested by elected officials in the United Kingdom, prompted by a gradual increase in the animal’s population. This came in light of a Bovine tuberculosis outbreak among the country’s badger species. Animal rights groups attempted to prevent the hunts by taking the British government to court arguing…