Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore explains how watermelons came to be.

“World communism failed, the wall came down (in 1989) and a lot of peaceniks and political activists moved into the environmental movement, bringing their neo-Marxism with them, and learned to use green language in a very clever way to cloak agendas that actually have more to do with anti-capitalism and anti-globalization than … ecology or science.”

A possible demonstration of this phenomenon; Lee Rhiannon edited a Soviet-funded newspaper, Survey, from December 1988 to mid-1990. She joined the Greens in 1990.

Labor MP Michael Danby confronts Lee Rhiannon on the ABC.

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