RELEASE: Malaysia’s Hollow Democracy: Government Censors Internet Criticism of Global Rainforest for Oil Palm Land Grab

Government documents regarding planned Amazon oil palm project by Malaysian government agency removed from Internet, and all email messages into country regarding the project are being delete
By Earth's Newsdesk, a project of EcoInternet (EI)
CONTACT: Dr. Glen Barry, glenbarry@ecologicalinternet.org
Oil palm destroying rainforest ecosystems for cheap cooking oilEcological Rather than respond substantively to criticism over the Malaysian government and industry's expansion of deadly oil palm plantations into Brazil and Liberia's rainforests [1], the Malaysian government is resorting to despotic censorship to stifle dissent. References to plans by Malaysia

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2 Responses

  1. Joy says:

    How about hitting Obama and Rudd with this issue.
    There needs to be a Global Council managing the Earths natural resources, real quick.

  2. kim bailey says:

    We demand that the Malaysian government respond to our criticism, cancel the projects, and commit to freedom of expression regarding their rainforest policies.
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    Kim bailey
    mls

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