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A lie told often enough becomes the truth.
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Tuesday, 20 July 2010

The Case against the Greens

John Quiggins, on his blog (link in title) has posted "The Case for the Greens."

While-ever the Greens oppose Australian Sovereignty, I could never vote Green.

Today, I posted this on John's interesting blog:

The Case against the Greens.

The Greens do not believe in Australian Sovereignty. If you do not believe in Australian Sovereignty, then VOTE 1 – Greens.

The Greens, in their policies say this:


The Australian Greens believe that:

1. global governance is essential to meet the needs of global peace and security, justice, human rights, poverty alleviation and environmental sustainability.
2. effective means of global environmental governance are needed to halt and reverse the current trends towards environmental decline across the globe, especially with regard to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate climate change.
3. the system of global governance must be reinvigorated.

No-one should stand for any of Australia’s Parliaments, swear an oath of allegiance and then white-ant Australia’s sovereignty.

KERMIT says: "It's not easy being green!"


  1. Greens are traitors without realising it I reckon.

  2. In reply to a green fran I postted:

    @Fran Barlow
    here's another right wing troll not worthy of a feed - Paul Howes, the National Secretary of The Australian Workers' Union, who wrote in last Sunday's Telegraph: "If Rhiannon is successful in her bid for election to the Senate -with a little of campaign assistance from the taxpayers of NSW - her watermelon" group will become the dominate force in the Greens nationally.

    That will mean for many voters, when they think they are casting a vote for the environment, they will, in fact, be voting for many issues that they may not support and be completely unaware of.

    The Green's have been using the slogan "The future is Green" but if Rhiannon is successful, truth in advertising laws may require them to amend it to "The future is red". end quote

    Another case against the Greens!


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