Some of the biggest “Green” environmental organizations in the world engage in blatant deception and propaganda to fill their coffers, leaving destruction and ruined lives in their wake, according to Icelandic investigative journalist Magnus Gudmundsson. In an exclusive interview with The New American at the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development last month, he also wondered whether the latest UN “sustainability” craze was simply more of the same fraud. 

In over 20 years of tracking non-governmental organizations’ (NGOs) environmental campaigns, Gudmundsson has documented a vast array of deliberate lies concocted by groups such as Greenpeace and other major players. He has also been one of the only journalists in the world to really cover the effects of the deception on the affected communities — especially in the Arctic.

VIDEO - On June 23, 2012 at the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development, Alex Newman of The New American magazine spoke with Icelandic investigative journalist Magnus Gudmundsson. During the Interview, Mr. Gundmundsson offered his thoughts on environmental groups like Greenpeace, their deceptive tactics, the devastating consequences of their actions, and the UN summit itself.
VIDEO - Bill Jasper video chats with Alex Newman regarding the sights and sounds of RIO+20. The New American crew ran into billionaire media mogul Ted Turner and was able to field a question amongst other media members.

Have you ever heard of a tech company called Neustar? Probably not, and that’s just the way the government wants to keep it. Neustar is a relatively new company that is playing a large, albeit secret, role in the expansion of the surveillance state. According to published reports, Neustar handles the law enforcement surveillance and user data requests for over 400 telecommunications companies. To accommodate their clients’ demands, Neustar maintains a database containing information on every cell phone in the United States — including yours.

VIDEO - Bill Jasper video chats with Alex Newman regarding the sights and sounds of RIO+20 on his first day.

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