Oil corporations who plan to drill in the Arctic are being put on notice by Greenpeace

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There are reports that six Greenpeace activists have climbed aboard a Russian oil drilling platform in the Arctic to protest oil exploration of the Arctic. One of the activists occupying the rig is Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo who tweeted out during the action, “Melting Arctic ice is a warning, not a business opportunity." http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2012/08/24

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God bless them and keep them safe. They are on the front lines in this battle to protect our beloved earth. We all need to support those who would actually risk their life for mother earth and for future generations. What they have done may help or may do nothing but at least they are trying to stop oil drilling in the Arctic. Help them by signing petitions and donations if you can.

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What! The last Oswald and some friends are attacking the Russians in a false flag environmental 'action'?

I thought the guy was just an old fart by now, mumbling by his fireplace that he was always CIA!

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