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Where did Avaaz go in 2012?

Despite their claim to oppose the Wall Street agenda, pseudo-environmentalists remain supportive of one of its key elements----the unfettered migration of cheap labour across borders.

Where did Avaaz go in 2012?
Hopefully to hell.

They tried very hard to prevent Sun Media from gaining a licence to enter the Canadian cable/satellite TV market---for good reason. Sun Media has been to present politically incorrect truths that the Smear Network (Avaaz, Common Dreams, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, SPLC and CNC) have tried to prevent Canadians from hearing. At long last, people are learning about the corporate funding behind the David Suzuki Foundation, the Sierra Club, Nature Conservancy and other green orgs on the corporate take. All of these organizations share one common thread. They are all "population-deniers" . None seem prepared to concede that if human activity causes climate change, then the number of "humans" must have something to do with human activity.

Read this month's issue of the Social Contract and you will learn part of what has been going on. The Green-Left are not our "friends". Their aim to is to exclude, isolate and marginalize population activists from the environmental conservation. Despite their claim to oppose the Wall Street agenda, they remain supportive of one of its key elements----the unfettered migration of cheap labour across borders. Despite their fixation on climate change, they fail to mention that immigrants, on average, quadruple their GHG emissions upon arrival to this continent, and that since 1991, immigration has been responsible for four times as much GHG emissions as the entire Alberta tar sands project, which Avaaz et al reviles. And when a couple in British Columbia gave birth to their 18th child, not one constituent of this fake green coalition thought to use it as a "teachable moment" to educate Canadians about the carbon legacy of having children.

The failure of Avaaz and their ridiculous petition to thwart Sun media was the highlight of my year. The CBC monopoly has been broken. The truth will out.

The idea that in gratitude for our support, greens will one day embrace Malthusian concerns is forlorn. Suzuki is a classic case in point. When it came to the crunch, on October 31st, on the eve of arguably the most significant day in human history----the birth of the 7th billion human---he wrote to say that population growth was not so important. So don't hold your breath for Avaaz.

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