Greenpeace has been relatively mute about destructive activities occurring in the South China Sea, including the mass poisoning of fish in the waters around Pag-asa Island in the Spratly chain. While the Filipino island residents give eyewitness accounts about Chinese vessels dumping chemicals that destroy fish stock and deprive fishermen of their livelihood, Greenpeace appears to be looking the other way.
Greenpeace is known for having taken on Russia in September 2013, by sending a ship, the Arctic Sunrise, to stage a protest against an offshore fixed platform in the Barents Sea. The Russian coast guard intervened and took the Arctic Sunrise, flying a Dutch flag in mute defiance, to the port of Murmansk. According to The Strategist, 30 Greenpeace activists were charged with the crime of piracy under Russian law and put in pre-trial detention before eventually being granted amnesty and sent home.
Professing to protect the safety and sustainable development of the environment, Greenpeace has been mute about the ecological havoc being perpetrated right under its nose. China’s dredging operations in the South China Sea began in early 2014 with seven reefs, namely,
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