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(UPI)   Denmark changes mind on state of rottenness   (upi.com) divider line 11
    More: Interesting, toxic waste, environment minister, Politics of Denmark, Greenpeace  
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3000 clicks; posted to Geek » on 26 Dec 2010 at 7:15 AM (4 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2010-12-26 08:17:40 AM  
This is why nobody takes you seriously, Greenpeace.
 
2010-12-26 08:21:13 AM  
So they Wasted their time?
 
2010-12-26 11:29:05 AM  
So, Greenpeace is threatening to attack a ship full of toxic chemicals, which would in turn spill them and cause massive environmental damage?
 
2010-12-26 01:01:00 PM  
Software2: So, Greenpeace is threatening to attack a ship full of toxic chemicals, which would in turn spill them and cause massive environmental damage?

I see nowhere in the article where it's mentioned Greenpeace would attack the ship.
Greenpeace hasn't been mentioned at any time in the debate while it ran here in Denmark, either.

Don't make up your own facts..
 
2010-12-26 01:39:00 PM  
Nice one, subby.
 
2010-12-26 02:17:08 PM  
Dead_Moss: Software2: So, Greenpeace is threatening to attack a ship full of toxic chemicals, which would in turn spill them and cause massive environmental damage?

I see nowhere in the article where it's mentioned Greenpeace would attack the ship.
Greenpeace hasn't been mentioned at any time in the debate while it ran here in Denmark, either.

Don't make up your own facts..


Yeah, I kinda missed that too.

/Greenpeace still sucks.
 
2010-12-26 02:32:40 PM  
Software2: So, Greenpeace is threatening to attack a ship full of toxic chemicals, which would in turn spill them and cause massive environmental damage?

They'll be using their Giant George Soros Robot to blast it with his laserbeam eyes.
 
2010-12-26 02:41:29 PM  
I agree that it makes no sense to port that thing around the world just to get it cleaned up. Why have they not done it aussieland to begin with? Seems like it would create jobs and even allow them to clean up other wastes as to keep the those jobs going.
 
2010-12-26 06:39:01 PM  
fark this, the plant treats chemicals every day, that's what they do.

Thanks to our current government for the jobloss, and Greenpeace can DIAF.
 
2010-12-27 01:53:57 AM  
The facts:

- Environmentalists make a statement about a ship full of toxic waste comming to a plant in Denmark.
- Plant where it's headed is fully equipped to break down the toxic waste and have done so before.
- Public opinion goes against toxic ships in general.
- Danish government is facing worst election in decades.

See where it goes from here?
 
2010-12-27 05:33:10 AM  
"They should deal with it here," he said. "They should take responsibility for themselves."


If you want to bash greenpeace for something, that line is a good place to start. They "ARE" taking responsibility. They were attempting to send it to a plant that can SAFELY turn it into something less harmful then what it currently is, or store it in a responsible manner.

Which is better dealing with the problem, or let it sit at port for another few decades. I'm sure with all the issues they've had trying to get it to Denmark if there was a local solution it would have already been addressed.

Greenpeace used to be an admirable organization, until they started going full-peta on issues. Now they are just wacko.
 
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