Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) is the self-anointed voice for public employees who become “anonymous activists.” This organization has been stealthily operating unknown to American taxpayers for 30 years. Their goal is to provide a safe haven for “whistleblowers” and ideological activists who namelessly target businesses and policies that don’t suit their agenda. The question is, if these people are truly passionate about their causes, why are they so determined to remain anonymous? Could it be they have less desire to do what’s best for the environment and more desire to consolidate government control of your life?
They describe themselves as a “service organization” specializing in whistleblower protections. The group works with known extremist organizations we have mentioned in previous communications with the goal to further their ideological agenda. Most of their “anonymous activists” are current or former public employees of local, state, or federal government. These insiders influence policies and push radical ideals in a way that citizens, taxpayers and voters such as you cannot.
The Dangers of PEER
The hidden danger of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility lies in the fact that they have been wreaking havoc for nearly 30 years and most Americans are unaware they exist.