Thursday, January 10, 2002

What is happening to Greenpeace? Its former head, Lord Melchett, is now working for the infamous P. R. firm Burson-Marsteller, a firm that represents some of the most prominent polluters on the planet. In a plea bargain in the trespass case of 17 of its protesters against U. S. missile defence tests, Greenpeace has agreed to an injunction preventing its activists trespassing on military bases either in the United States or on the Marshall Islands. Have they decided to just sell out and give up?