An animated whiteboard systematically debunking Greenpeace’s extreme rhetoric.

Open Invitation Clock
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Total time that Greenpeace
has ignored open invitation
from International Seafood
Sustainability Foundation
(ISSF) to participate in the
ongoing dialogue about Tuna
fisheries & sustainability.
Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Whether it’s teaching history, good nutrition or stranger danger, cartoon characters and cuddly toys have long been a staple for delivering important messages to children. School House Rock introduced kids to Bill (on Capitol Hill) and explained that Hankerin’ for a Hunk of Cheese, while McGruff helped them navigate which adults they could trust.

Unfortunately, the Crime Dog didn’t produce a video that warned kids to steer clear of Greenpeace and its growing library of inappropriate, violent imagery geared specifically towards children. Portraying Barbie as a chainsaw wielding serial killer, stabbing Charlie the Tuna in the eye with a trident or having Star Wars characters mock execute polar bears is Greenpeace’s way of making sure the most impressionable audiences get its message.

How about this message: Grow up, act like adults, and stop targeting and exploiting children.

Posted by TFT-Staff

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