Sunday, 18 August 2013

A vote for the Greens is a vote against Australia.

It’s not easy being Green.

A vote for the Greens is a vote against Australia.

Conservative Prime Minister Candidate Tony Abbott recently said that the Liberals would preference the Greens party last (link), whilst Kevin Rudd’s Labor Party will give its second preferences to the Greens in every territory and state except Queensland. (link)

Labor sources said that they feared the move will be a boon to the Coalition who will be able to argue that a vote for Labor is a vote for the Greens.

Actually a vote for the Greens is a vote against Australian sovereignty. The Greens party believes in one world government not a self-governing Australia.

Although the Greens on their “Constitutional reform and democracy” policy page say:
Parliament should serve the best interest of all Australians, not just those who can afford to buy influence.
This is in direct conflict with their Global Governance policy where they declare, against the best interest of all Australians, that (link)
The system of global governance must be reinvigorated to advance global peace and security, justice, human rights, poverty alleviation, health and environmental sustainability.
This is straight from the Marxist  (communist) Manifesto: (link)
The necessary consequence of this was political centralization. Independent, or but loosely connected provinces, with separate interests, laws, governments, and systems of taxation, became lumped together into one nation, with one government, one code of laws, one national class interest, one frontier, and one customs tariff. 

Think about Australia in a world government. According to Wikipedia, world population is estimated to be over 7 billion. (Wikipedia

Australia’s population, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, is around 23 million; that is a third of 1% of the world population, a mere 0.33%. 

Each Australian vote would be countered by the votes of more than 300 non-Australians. How democratic would that be for Australians?

Why do the Australian Greens hate Australia?

A survey of ABC journalists about their political attitudes revealed that more than 40% were Greens supporters, more than four times the support the minor party enjoys in the wider population. (link)

Why do "our" ABC and the Australian Greens hate Australia?

Australian Election and Three Word Slogans

When he called the election, Mr Rudd said: "Three-word slogans won't solve complex problems. They never have. And they never will."

He then announced Labor's new slogan: "a new way". (Courier Mail) Can he promise a new way after Labor's six years at the helm?

Rudd is still pushing the flawed Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) barrowl (link)
Tony Abbott, once said when referring to the "science" behind man-made global warming, that it was crap. Nick Minchin knows that the science is faulty but, in a long phone call to Tony Abbott after Abbot's remarks, convinced him that voting for the ETS would fracture the Coalition and split the Liberal Party.(link) So, to mix metaphors, the Libs are sitting on the fence in the middle of the road.

The Liberals still support the Renewable Energy Target [RET], a particularly odious bit of legislation which is a spin-off from the nation destroying CO2 tax. (link) The Liberals still support a carbon mitigation scheme. Liberal Malcolm Turnbull has declared that the Liberals' schemes will cost $18billion per year:

Malcolm Turnbull costs Tony Abbott's carbon plan at $18bn a year

A vote for the NO CARBON TAX Climate Sceptics in the Senate is a vote against taxpayers money being wasted on loopy green policies.