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Russia seizes Greenpeace ship for trespass and piracy

By |2013-10-02T09:08:23-04:00September 26th, 2013|News|

Russia seized the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise and towed it into the port of Murmansk after Greenpeace personnel “attacked” Russia's “Prirazlomnaya” oil platform in the Pechora Sea. This is the same ship CFACT hung the "Ship of Lies" banner on at COP 19 in 2009.

Vilifying realist science – and scientists

By |2015-02-12T11:23:34-05:00February 12th, 2015|CFACT Insights|

CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Driessen shines the light of financial truth on those who have viciously attacked Harvard scientist Dr. Willie Soon and other authors of a devastating new report, published in the January 2015 Science Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, which concluded that, once discrepancies in IPCC computer models are taken into account, the impact of CO2-driven manmade global warming over the next century (and beyond) is likely to be “no more than one-third to one-half of the IPCC’s current projections.” Because these well-heeled "made men" scientists cannot attack the evidence, they are reduced to killing the messengers -- showing that the billions and billions of dollars spent -- including money funneled from Putin's Russia -- to hide these truths and buy off or bludgeon dissent from the party line is not working out that well.

Putin pardons Greenpeace campaigners, keeps their boat (for now)

By |2013-12-27T16:22:10-05:00December 27th, 2013|News|

Russian President Vladimir Putin pardoned all 30 of the Greenpeace campaigners who were awaiting trial following their failed attempt to board a Russian oil platform, but still holds their ship. Do you think Greenpeace will choose Russia, or one of the free market democracies it so despises the next time it goes trespassing? Any bets?

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