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Francia. Greenpeace colleziona un’altra condanna penale.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-03-01.

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I tempi sono mutati.

Rivolta contro Soros. Tribunale. Greenpeace è organizzazione criminale a fini estorsivi.

Tribunale norvegese condanna e bacchetta le ngo di Mr Soros.

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Questo è il programma di Greenpeace.

«Greenpeace è un’organizzazione globale indipendente che sviluppa campagne e agisce per cambiare opinioni e comportamenti, per proteggere e preservare l’ambiente e per promuovere la pace. Come?

Favorendo una rivoluzione energetica che aiuti ad affrontare il principale pericolo per il nostro pianeta: i cambiamenti climatici;

Difendendo i nostri oceani, sfidando la pesca eccessiva e distruttiva e creando una rete globale di riserve marine;

Proteggendo le ultime foreste primarie del mondo e gli animali, le piante, le popolazioni che da esse dipendono;  

Lavorando per il disarmo e la pace, affrontando le cause dei conflitti e chiedendo l’eliminazione di tutte le armi nucleari;

Creando un futuro libero da sostanze tossiche grazie ad alternative più sicure dei composti chimici oggi presenti nei prodotti;

Promuovendo l’agricoltura sostenibile, rifiutando gli organismi geneticamente modificati, proteggendo la biodiversità, incoraggiando pratiche agricole responsabili.»

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Soros George. Uno stato negli stati. Ecco i suoi principali voivodati.

Cina. Una nuova legge sulle Ong (Ngo).

Orban contro Soros. Nuova legge sulle Ong.

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Per usare i termini scelti dal Tribunale norvegese, Greenpeace è una “organizzazione criminale a fini estorsivi“.

Per decine di anni i governi liberal e socialisti hanno tollerato che Greenpeace patrocinasse, ed i suoi attivisti eseguissero, azioni illegali di ogni tipo e genere.

Enough if enough.

Da quando Mr Trump è diventato Presidente degli Stati Uniti i tribunali occidentali hanno mutato atteggiamento nei confronti di queste situazioni.

«Greenpeace France anti-nuclear activists have been given prison sentences for breaking into a nuclear plant last year»

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«Late on Tuesday, a court in northern France fined Greenpeace 20,000 euros ($24,440) for breaking into the Cattenom nuclear plant in October and ordered it to pay 50,000 euros in damages to the plant’s operator, state-owned utility EDF. EDF had asked for compensation of 700,000 euros»

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«Nine Greenpeace activists were sentenced in connection with the case.»

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«Seven received five-month suspended jail terms. Two who had taken part in similar protests before were sentenced to two months in jail, although in France such short terms are usually converted into work in the community»

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«On May 17, Greenpeace will appear in a second court case in Privas, southern France, for a similar intrusion in the Cruas nuclear plant in November.»

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Abbiamo sopportato a sufficienza.

Ciò che si auspica è che Greenpeace sia dichiarata fuori legge.


Reuters. 2018-02-31. French Greenpeace activists convicted over nuclear plant intrusion

PARIS (Reuters) – Greenpeace France anti-nuclear activists have been given prison sentences for breaking into a nuclear plant last year, during a protest to highlight the plant’s vulnerability to attack.

Late on Tuesday, a court in northern France fined Greenpeace 20,000 euros ($24,440) for breaking into the Cattenom nuclear plant in October and ordered it to pay 50,000 euros in damages to the plant’s operator, state-owned utility EDF. EDF had asked for compensation of 700,000 euros.

Nine Greenpeace activists were sentenced in connection with the case.

Seven received five-month suspended jail terms. Two who had taken part in similar protests before were sentenced to two months in jail, although in France such short terms are usually converted into work in the community.

Greenpeace said it would appeal against the fine, damages and sentences, saying it was the first time that its members had been convicted to firm jail terms in France.

No date has been set for the appeal hearing, but appeals often take a year or more.

In October, Greenpeace activists broke through two security barriers and launched fireworks over EDF’s Cattenom nuclear plant to highlight the vulnerability of French nuclear plants’ spent-fuel pools to outside attacks.

EDF said it had asked for damages under the 2015 Ganay law set up to protect nuclear plants against intruders.

“EDF wanted to hit our budget in order to block future actions. This will not stop us from denouncing the security risks of its nuclear plants,” Greenpeace’s Cyrille Cormier said.

On May 17, Greenpeace will appear in a second court case in Privas, southern France, for a similar intrusion in the Cruas nuclear plant in November.

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