India outlaws Greentardpeace

Sat 7 Nov, 2015 12:11 pm


Alternatively, you could argue, it’s the Indian government doing what not even Putin’s Russia was capable of doing when push came to shove (during the Greenpeace Arctic 30 affair): telling this richly-funded, pan-global outfit of vexatious, mendacious, bleeding heart meddlers exactly where they can stick their environmental activism.

The ban has been introduced on the technical grounds that Greenpeace has violated various rules in the southern Indian state where it was registered, Tami Nadu. Allegedly it has “fraudulently” conducted its business by falsifying balance sheets and other violations – charges which Greenpeace is now contesting.

But whatever the ostensible reasons, this is clearly a case of Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking to show the green NGO that he is not going to allow India’s economic development to be hamstrung by green activism.....
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Walter Hinteler
Sat 7 Nov, 2015 12:32 pm
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government announced on April 27 the cancellation of registrations for close to 9,000 foreign-funded NGOs - Greenpeace is just one of them. (3.2 million NGOs are operating in India, of which some 40,000 are registered.)
Sat 7 Nov, 2015 02:03 pm
@Walter Hinteler,
I can't speak for the other 9,999 groups of losers. But the greentards in greenpeace were shut down for trying to **** India's economy over a bunch of pseudoscientific bullshit.
Tes yeux noirs
Sat 7 Nov, 2015 03:07 pm

Well GungaTard, you must be the expert on that commodity around here, being one of its chief purveyors.
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