The Flaky Greens

Greens turning a dirty grey

At last, the Greens seem to be getting it in the neck. It is not just the outcome of the Victorian election but analysis of their policies and who they represent. The commentators are moving in and exposing them as the dangerous extremists that they are. A serious analysis of the policies and the allegiances reveal something less pure than saving trees and saving the planet.

Many are now suggesting that Julia Gillard take urgent action to distance herself from the Greens and their toxic policies. Janet Albrechtsen suggests

Labor can expose the Greens as a party with a BANANA agenda (build absolutely nothing anywhere near anything).

A couple of weeks ago Greg Sheridan likened the reverential welcome the ABC extends to Bob Brown as if he were an Anglican Bishop from 50 years ago. He analysed their website and was scathing about their policies.

However, a cursory stroll through the Greens website shows just how extreme and destructive their ideology is. It’s built on a hatred of modern Western society and as such is the logical successor to the Communist Party, just as many Greens were former communist activists or their progeny.

The latest wrap from Paul Sheehan in the Sydney Morning Herald, talks of the Greens flakiness with their kickbacks, union funding, voodoo economics, allegiances with Israel loathing activists.

The Greens are a fraudulent brand. There are not enough letters of the alphabet to encompass the image fraud this party is perpetrating on the electorate. It is simply not a party preoccupied with the environment.

Sheehan takes us letter by letter through the sins of the Greens. It is a wonderful summary.  People are indeed starting to understand that the love of nature can have impurities.

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