— Hillel Neuer (@HillelNeuer) December 13, 2014
Yeah. You know how else it looks? Very much like this:
And the giant Buddha statues destroyed by the Taliban in early 2001. But then, the religious zealotry of radical Islam, radical socialism, and radical environmentalism do tend to echo other very strongly. Just ask Mohamed Atta, Socialist Critic of Capitalism, or this pair of fervent environmentalists, whose doom-laden ideas for the future of mankind intersect surprisingly well:
On the other hand, at least Greenpeace has raised awareness that they’re still around, so they’ve got that going for them, as Sonny Bunch writes in the Washington Free Beacon:
The best—and by best, I mean absolutely the worst—part of this story? Greenpeace’s “apology.” Here’s Reuters:
The group said it was sorry if the protest at the historical site on Monday caused any “moral offense” to the people of Peru.
“Moral offense.” As if they were only guilty of hurting the feelings of the Peruvian people. And didn’t, you know, tromp all over a giant, incredibly fragile piece of art.
Amazing. Just amazing. But hey: At least now we know that the future is renewables, or some such. Greenpeace for the win!
As I’ve joked before, the vengeful Goracle didn’t title one of his tomes “The Assault on Reason” for nothing.