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May 28, 2008

Greenpeace Activists Go Back to the Stone Age

And, one assumes, they want the rest of us to go back to the Stone Age as well. This video shows their attempt to deliver a "stone" tablet to the European Parliament in Brussels accusing auto industry lobbyists of causing - gasp - global warming.

Note the ominous ending...a busy highway in Belgium and a scary-looking exhaust pipe. I'm going to have nightmares tonight...not.

Was their Flintstone-like garb made from real animal skins, or did they use fabric that was created in a textile mill that was likely powered by some sort of fossil fuel? And what about their Flintsone-mobile? Was it made from real stone that they themselves shaped with handmade tools? Looks like plastic to me, which is, you guessed it, another petroleum product.

How did they transport the "stone car" to the protest site? Somehow I doubt they pushed it for miles and miles.

And how did they upload their video to YouTube? By a computer made with plenty of plastic (more petroleum product), using electricity that's likely created by fossil fuel.

Cripes, if you're going to protest the use of fossil fuels, make sure you aren't using products made from them.

Proof that some people have more time on their hands than they know what to do with. These losers need real jobs, stat.

h/t: Moonbattery

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