Monday, November 30, 2015

Everglades EarthFirst! (EEF!) disrespecting the wishes of a family who lost a young man in a senseless tragedy

The family of Corey Jones has been very clear what their wishes are and they've done an incredibly good job at controlling their message. However, Anarchists like Peter "Panagioti" Tsolkas couldn't care less what the family wants. Anything that can be exploited to further their objectives is fair game. Here is the latest from Peter "Panagioti" Tsolkas of EEF! and the Palm Beach County Environmental Coalition:
In an illogical rant Mr. Tsolkas tries to link these together: the death of Corey Jones, "corporate cancer clusters" in the Acreage, a "forest" in Palm Beach Gardens, endangered species, and so much more and writes, "It is critical that environmental activists nationwide to make these connections" and that the "society we live in must recognize these connections to grow stronger."

This week Mr. Tsolkas, Cara Jennings, and the rest of the gang at EEF! are in Palm Beach Gardens for their "Week of Resistance". On December 5th at 8:00 p.m. they're bringing their show back to town for a performance of "The Ecology of the Police State" at the Stonzek Theater in downtown Lake Worth.

Although EEF! is headquartered in Lake Worth they by no means represent the people of the City. And anyone familiar with their antics over the years knows full well they have no interest in helping our City "grow stronger". Anarchists are about tearing down society, not building or helping society to improve.

At their show at the Stonzek Theater this coming Saturday Mr. Tsolkas writes this on the admission cost: "$5 - $10 donation at the door (no one turned away)". This would seem a wonderful opportunity for some creative City residents to make some signs or come up with a chant to greet the crew when they arrive. Something like "EarthFirst doesn't speak for me/Go away and leave my City be". And note that everyone is welcome.