Greenpeace admits its attacks on forest products giant were ‘non-verifiable statements of subjective opinion’

Greenpeace, after repeated attacks against Canada’s biggest forest products company for “destroying,” Canada’s boreal forests, now says that it was merely stating an opinion about the logging activity, not a fact.

  • Martin B

    If a green Nazi says it, it’s bullshit. Every time.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Lefties’ feeling are facts to them so it’s wrong for them to fall back on the I’m just a comedian defense.

    • Alain

      Yes, since far too many companies immediately cave in.

  • terrence22

    It is about time greenpus, was called to task. But, I really do NOT think TrueDOPE was cancel their charity status—english

  • Watchman

    So, are they claiming protection under the First Amendment to the Constitution of the US under its, “The civil rights of none shall be abridged on account of religious belief or worship…?”
    The belief in something without evidence is “Faith”, and religion requires its adherents to have this Faith. Without Faith, it would just be Science.

    • terrence22

      Well, as Dr Tim Ball has said GIGO can mean “Garbage In Garbage Out” but it often means “Gospel In Gospel Out”.

  • Slickfoot

    ‘Non-Verifiable Statements Of Subjective Opinion’… In other words, shit you just made up.

    • FactsWillOut

      So, if the racketeering doesn’t stick, libel should.

    • Alain

      That also describes pretty well the MSM.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      They were facts until someone called them on their bullshit.
      Then they weren’t.

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  • Everyone Else

    Greenpeace 2015 income was about US$350 million

    They’ll probably use this lawsuit to play victim and suck in even more money.