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  1. (107)Greenpeace: Not a Peaceful Story

    by , Today at 07:52 AM (State of Mankind - How much do you know?)

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    Greenpeace was established in 1971 and is the largest environmental organization in the world, with offices in forty countries and income of over $350 million dollars. Greenpeace is also one of the most radical environmental organizations.

    Greenpeace co-founder, Paul Watson, who left the organization in 1977, said: “The secret to David McTaggart’s the former chairman’s success ...
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  2. (106)Eco-Terrorism

    by , Yesterday at 09:00 AM (State of Mankind - How much do you know?)

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    Due to its leftist influences, environmentalism has been relatively radical from the start. There are many radical branches, including Deep Ecology, Ecofeminism, Social Ecology, Bioregionalism, and the like. Some of these branches are extremely radical. The most well-known include groups like Earth First! and Earth Liberation Front. They utilize direct action (like use of explosives and arson) ...
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  3. (105)Green Politics: Green Is the New Red

    by , 08-20-2019 at 08:04 AM (State of Mankind - How much do you know?)

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    When environmentalism enters politics, green politics, or ecopolitics, is born. The Green Party established in many countries around the world is a result of green politics, which typically extends beyond environmental protection to social justice, feminism, anti-war activism, and pacifism. Global Greens, for instance, is an international organization associated with the Green Party, and its ...
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  4. (104)Ecological Socialism

    by , 08-19-2019 at 07:33 AM (State of Mankind - How much do you know?)

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    As its name suggests, ecological socialism is an ideology combining ecology and socialism. Critics have called it a “watermelon” — green on the outside and red on the inside — for adding typical socialist demands, such as “social justice,” to ecological concerns in an apparent attempt to advance socialist ideology by new means.

    A good illustration of ecological socialism is An ...
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  5. (103)Ecological Marxism

    by , 08-18-2019 at 08:10 AM (State of Mankind - How much do you know?)

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    At the juncture of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, British scientists Ray Lankester and Arthur Tansley developed the idea of the ecology and the ecosystem. Both were Fabian Socialists, a variation of Marxism. Lankester was a zoologist and at a relatively young age, became a friend to an aging Marx. When Marx was in his senior years, Lankester frequented Marx’s house and was among the few who ...
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