posted on November 02, 2006 01:49
This article is an excerpt from Chapter one in my new book The Chicken Little Agenda – Debunking Experts' Lies. This is the eighth of eleven parts for Chapter one that will be presented here sequentially. Read part seven here.
The Green Revolution
While I was at McMurdo Station on the Antarctic continent during the austral summer of 1981 and 1982, Greenpeace showed up with video cameras. Their obvious intent was to capture footage of the terrible environmental damage done to the pristine Antarctic landscape by the evil U.S. Navy polluters. What they discovered, however, were neatly stacked fifty-five-gallon oil drums awaiting transport back to the United States. In fact, the area was a poster-child example of how to manage the environment effectively.
As a precaution, base commander Navy Captain Schoomaker assigned a photographer’s mate to tag along with the Greenpeace group. When the Greens could find no obvious polluting activities, they brazenly tipped over the stacks of oil drums, deliberately spilling fuel oil all around the area. They were hoping then to record what they would claim was wanton disregard of the environment by the navy. As it turned out, the most interesting record of that afternoon was made by the photographer’s mate, who captured their misdeeds on film.
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(Part 9 of 11 follows)
© 2006 – Robert G. Williscroft