This is eco-terrorism.  Not a term we use lightly. 

This is eco-terrorism.  Not a term we use lightly.  But apparently not a term corporate media will use to describe this ugly attack on an energy executive at his home.

This sort of terrorism is, obviously, designed to make this executive fear for his life and the lives of his family.

We have seen an uptick in this sort of sabotage and terror in the last couple of years.

Acts of sabotage and terror by so-called green radicals are not being dealt with very harshly by the courts.

These attacks also place many pipeline landowners and members of the public in the crossfire.

The article features a quote saying these attacks make it more important to talk to people before undertaking energy development.  

We think the opposite is true:  the more radical greens are involved in things that are really none of their business, the more they are appeased, the more violent they become.


Pipeline Observer


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