posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 07:43 AM
reply to post by okamitengu
financial terrorism to achieve a goal that will NOT change the outcome of the coal industry in australia.
He actually really didn't expect his actions to make an effect on the stock market, the fact that his stunt was so devestating reflects that people
are starting to expect businesses to make more environmentaly friendly decisions. Sure there are many people dependant on money from mining, but
mining will ultimately destroy the environment completely. Those people cannot decide for the future of the human race that getting money from that
specific scource for themselves is more important than reducing climate change and preserving our land.
how is it cool to do something illegal to decimate a business operating legally?
I didn't it was cool in my previous post, but he got the entire nations attention on an important subject with 25 dollars and the stupidity of the
media. I know him personally and he's a cool guy. But like I said in my first post I still question his methods. I disagree with his imitating a real
person. I allways love a good prank story though and that I'm friends with the activist makes it all the more interesting for me.
if the rule of law no longer applies im coming around to your place to take what you have worked hard for. drongo.
The rule of law most definately still applies dude, my friends, family and artistic skills are what I have worked the hardest for. You cannot have