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Greenpeace’s Diesel Engine

November 14, 2017

By Paul Homewood

 

Rebel News exposes more hypocrisy from the eco-tards at Bonn!

 

 

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  1. November 14, 2017 11:10 pm

    Big Oil’ doesn’t get much bigger than BP. In fact, so frequent are Greenpeace campaigns against the energy giant that it’s difficult to think of one organization without the other springing to mind.
    Slightly embarrassing then that this 2003 picture showing the Greenpeace flagship ‘Rainbow Warrior’ getting its fill of diesel…from BP.

    Greenpeace obviously disagrees with its own ‘Keep It in the Ground’ campaign.

    14 yrs later Greenpiss are still Hypocrites

  2. November 14, 2017 11:40 pm

    I hope the control room instructions are readable to the crew. Unlike the Rainbow Warrior when it spilled diesel oil in the Great Barrier Reef because…wait for it… the pump instructions were in Japanese and the crew couldn’t understand them

  3. November 14, 2017 11:45 pm

    You can go to Twitter search and type : COP23 hypocrisy
    ..to find stuff like this
    http://www.sacbee.com/opinion/op-ed/soapbox/article184554228.html

    Also China banned the Taiwan EPA head entering the conference

  4. marjspack permalink
    November 14, 2017 11:54 pm

    Great combination Homewood plus Rebel!

    On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 4:41 PM, NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT wrote:

    > Paul Homewood posted: “By Paul Homewood Rebel News exposes more > hypocrisy from the eco-tards at Bonn! ” >

  5. Athelstan permalink
    November 15, 2017 7:55 am

    “Orla Doherty

    Producer (The Deep and Our Blue Planet)

    Orla spent ten years at sea studying the remote coral reefs of the Pacific Ocean with a coral reef NGO,”

    Another green nutter convert to the religion of UN-EU-al beeb climate myth peddling advocacy, a perfect fit with team Attenboro’s zealots.

    al beeb link.

    “NGO”……………………?

    10 years on the Briney! Good gawd and at that, a driven woman then.

    Strange though is it to report that dear ‘fishy’ Orla, she’s rather reticent on telling us which one?

    10 years of livin’, breathing and no doubt eatin’ diesel chugging trips on the Ocean it’s enough to do anyone’s head in, particularly if you’re from that bonkers breeding part of Ireland – ‘the North West coast’ – where even the Banshees had to move out, they were being outdone.

  6. November 15, 2017 8:35 am

    It was no doubt ethically sourced and sustainable bio-diesel that the BP tanker was delivering.

  7. Dave Ward permalink
    November 15, 2017 10:54 am

    I’m the last person to support Greenpiss, but a few seconds searching reveals that the Beluga 2 does indeed have sails – some 320 square metres of them. Plenty of pictures show it underway with them raised. HOWEVER, from a translation of the German Wiki, the “Main” diesel engine is rated at 173kw, and there is also an auxiliary of 40kw. Fuel consumption is quoted at 20 litres/hour. Even less eco-friendly is this:

    “The electrical power supply is ensured by a hydraulically operated power generator with 10 kVA power. The device is driven directly by the ship’s hydraulics”

    That seems a particularly inefficient way of doing things, with power losses in TWO conversion stages, rather than driving a generator directly. If this “hydraulically operated power generator” is actually driven by a towed propeller when underway by sail, then I take back my criticism, but that’s not how the description has it. Commenter “TomO” (on the previous thread) mentioned Agrekko renting hybrid gensets, and this would be an obvious way to improve their “Eco” credentials, but we all know that Greepeace are really just a bunch of hypocrites…

  8. November 15, 2017 12:43 pm

    Has Prince Charlie given an opinion on this? Does anyone know? Does he know?

    • Athelstan permalink
      November 15, 2017 3:47 pm

      does he know where he is and more importantly where are his offshore assets?

      • M E Emberson permalink
        November 18, 2017 1:50 am

        If you refer to assets belonging to the Duchy of Cornwall he may not know.
        They will be providing income to the Duchy. When Prince Charles becomes King he will not be Duke of Cornwall or Prince of Wales. Some one else will be both or they may be given for a time to other persons. These assets are not personal to Prince Charles.

        Maybe you need to be British to know it or if British you need to know about them before coming to a conclusion.
        School history lessons in the 1950’s told us these things
        Maybe history is no longer taught in the U.S or the U.K.

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