Greenpeace is the mother load of all the Eco Fanatical Organizations out there, the cumulative dreams of those who detest working for a living and want a free ride to fame and fortune. Like anywhere some make it some don’t and filter down into other radical groups where they can be the champion for a day. All said and done Greenpeace has the record of doing the most harm to our national economy, taking away your ability to have a good paying job, than any country we every went to war with.

Below is exactly who they are, vile and vindictive.



  • VANCOUVER, Dec. 14, 2018 /CNW/ – Tides Canada’s Board of Directors announced today that Joanna Kerr will join the organization as President and CEO.  Joanna served for the last five years as the Executive Director of Greenpeace Canada.
  • Greenpeace Canada is registered as a non-profit rather than a charity, which means that donations are not eligible for income tax credits.
    Greenpeace Canada has received a total of $2.9 million in grants from international foundations to limit oil sands expansion in Canada.
  • The Oak Foundation, created by a duty-free-shop founder, paid Greenpeace Canada an undisclosed sum of money “to leverage the growing interest of ranchers and landowners in limiting unbridled oil and gas exploration and production in southern Alberta.” Greenpeace was also funded “to conduct specialized opinion research and media work” and to identify messaging for maximum information value among Albertans. World Wildlife Fund Canada was paid an unreported amount by the Oak Foundation for “an e-campaign to mobilize Canadians and send a politically compelling message.”
  • Since 2009, The Tides Foundation and Tides Canada Foundation have granted at least $40 million to organizations involved in anti-pipeline activism in the U.S., Canada and in Europe. Of that $40 million, at least $25 million was explicitly for anti-pipeline activity while $15 million went to the same organizations for general, related or unspecified purposes. Read more  400 Payments via Tides to 100 Organizations in Canada, USA & Europe

Board of Directors in Canada
Anna Crawford, Chair
Frans Blom, Treasurer
Ian Capstick, Vice-Chair
Diego Creimer, Board Member
Kevin Freedman, Board Member, Secretary
Meriko Kubota, Board Member
Kimberly Yetman Dawson, Board Member
Ginger Gosnell-Myers, Board Member
Tanya Kappo, Board Member

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