The cute, cuddly Panda Bear of the World Wildlife Federation is on the web site of the movie, 'The Golden Compass'. That movie, as you may know, and the books it is extracted from is fervently anti-Catholic with select attacks on every Christian branch with the exception of the Church of England, whose Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams, supports it. The book the movie was made from was written by an Englishman, you see, and many of the arguments in it support that particular Christian branch. The production company hails from New Zealand, where again, hatred of the Catholic Church and love the Church of England is strong. The Archbishop was also hotly against the invasion of Iraq and luridly opposes the continued occupation of that country by the United States. Says the Archbishop of Canterbury, "We are doing all we can to support the Iraqi people." Recently in a British Muslim magazine the Archbishop of Canterbury called the United States the worst imperialist. He further stated, We have only one global hegemonic power. It is not accumulating territory: it is trying to accumulate influence and control. Thats not working. He then started talking in glowing tones about the British travesties in India, It is one thing to take over a territory and then pour energy and resources into administering it and normalising it. Rightly or wrongly, thats what the British Empire did in India, for example. He skipped the part about mass killings, deforestation, the destruction of the countryside, disease and starvation caused by the ignorant and heavy-handed occupation of India which lasted over 200 years. The movie The Golden Compass echoes and brings to the modern movie screen centuries of ignorance and hatred. Many of the misguided morals and themes of the movie are the same as those which have pushed many animals to the brink of extinction. Just which way is World Wildlife Federation headed? Towards the light of civilized society or into the darkness of fear and dread? The movie presents half-baked science and twists philosophical ideas until they make no sense - ideas like conservation, love, fidelity and honor. I have no intention of giving any more money to that fund nor even supporting it in public unless they distance from that flickering obscenity of hate that is being circulated in movie theatres as 'entertainment'. Though I am no religious extremist I will not truck with people whose minds are filled with hate for humanity and the natural world in which we live. Your organization is being exploited by the marketers of the movie who now know beyond a shadow of a doubt that they have a major problem on their hands. The movie is being advertised as being in line with stories like Narnia or Middle Earth. It is really only a collection of wicked ideas which have led to burning witches, war and the dark ages in centuries and eons past. Here is what the WWF claims to be doing : By 2015 WWF will conserve 19 of the world's most important natural places and significantly change global forces to protect the future of nature. protect the future of nature. How? By destroying the United States and attacking the pope with armored polar bears?