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Multinational Greenpeace unveiled its Christmas message for the children this year. Since their major grant catcher and donation golden calf” global warming” has been debunked they have decided to market to the children. Informed adults know the scandals and deceptions used to keep the global warming hoax alive but the children who still believe in Santa Clause do not. So this year the message to children, a cross between the Blair Witch Project and St. Nick in a bunker is aimed at them.

The video (the target audience is to young to read) opens not with the jolly Santa but a disheveled one his open trademark coat revealing a wife beater t-shirt. A beaten Santa wearily proclaims he brings bad tidings, the adults won’t listen to him and the North Pole is melting. He continues by stating that if we don’t do something (i.e.: send money to Greenpeace) then stockings will be empty for evermore. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wr2LCTdIzd4)

So what type of organization deliberately targets children to promote fear and generate publicity? With a name like Greenpeace that invokes images of green fields and world peace why must they resort to outlandish claims and scare tactics? Because using alarmist, apocalyptic predictions work better than facts for fundraising.

Greenpeace was founded by out of work Vietnam War protesters turned anti-nuke protesters. Their very first protest was “Don’t make a wave” to try and stop an underground nuclear test in a remote part of Alaska. Using now familiar tactics of fear mongering they claimed the test would cause an earthquake and a tsunami. The nuclear test went off without a hitch unlike the protesters apocalyptic forecasts.

It was after the failure of their predictions to come true they adopted the Greenpeace name and embraced the goals of communists with the words of our founding fathers. Adopting a manifesto called “Declaration of Interdependence” and even a pledge of allegiance. ““I pledge allegiance to the soil of Turtle Island, and the beings who thereon dwell, one ecosystem in diversity under the sun, with joyful interpenetration for all.”

Occasionally their the facade of just raising awareness slips as in 2009 when they accidentally sent their press release guideline form directly to the press. Intended for local Greenpeace offices to localize and then distribute it stated “"In the twenty years since the Chernobyl tragedy, the world's worst nuclear accident, there have been nearly [FILL IN ALARMIST AND ARMAGEDDONIST FACTOID HERE]”. Their defense of the mistake it was just a joke. (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/06/01/AR2006060101884.html)

What was not a joke was in 2007 they released their production of the pre teen terrorist called Angry Kid. In this video a kid talks about how this is the last time he will warn adults too wrapped up in facts to believe in global warming, their last chance to change. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BY7875_rv1s)

Greenpeace flush with their good fortune to have one of their own as president of the United States and taken off the FBI terrorist watch list by Eric Holder they launched 1010. Possibly thinking they had a mandate 1010’s goal was to reduce emissions 10% in one year by 2010. Just to show there was no pressure to join their movement they produced a video called “No Pressure”. In the video humans are shown murdered because just believing is not enough, you must support them to live. When the public was aghast at the brutality of the message of “No Pressure” they claimed it too was just a joke. At the same time they tried to scrub all traces of it from the internet. ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sE3g0i2rz4w)

If you follow chronically the order of these videos matched to the unraveling of the global warming hoax a pattern emerges of targeting younger and younger audiences until today’s target, preschoolers. You might be tempted to ask what the point is. Preschoolers have no money to donate on their own, can’t vote and only have a limited voice at home. The answer can be found in statements from the leader of a different group that professed their message was the only one, that the debate was over. When an opponent declares, "I will not come over to your side," I calmly say, "Your child belongs to us already... What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community." Adolf Hitler from a 1933 speech.

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