Claim the National Gaurd killed thousands and dumped the boddies in a swamp.
Ah the Green Party. Remember, they want to save the Earth. Whether you want them to or not.
On a related note Some thoughts on the creepy pace of the environmental movement.
Imagine the media reaction if a prominent American Christian leader condoned vandalism at abortion clinics. Now imagine the reaction if he went beyond condoning vandalism and agreed to appear as a witness for the defense at the trial of those vandals.
Then imagine what would happen if he decided to export his religiously motivated crusade to another country.
Well, that's exactly what just happened, except the religion wasn't Christianity — it was environmentalism. . . .
What happened in England is further proof of what author Michael Crichton meant when he called modern environmentalism "one of the most powerful religions in the Western World" — a religion that divides the world between "sinner" or "saved," the "side of salvation" or the "side of doom.