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The Daily Telegraph July 21, 2010

One election result is already clear – and makes this debate about Tony Abbott’s “secret” plans even more brainless.

Wake up, people. The Greens will have the balance of power in the Senate.

Labor sealed that deal when it agreed to swap preferences with a party which its wiser heads know would devastate the economy if it could.

That’s politics, I guess.

Winning is all, and to hell with the national interest. But how grotesquely irresponsible?

Labor is helping into power a party which demands we scrap our power stations and close industries that earn us at least $60 billion a year.

Oh, and it wants us all to have more holidays, because hard work and making money really sucks.

Some 12 per cent of voters say this is just the party for them, and even Labor now says it’s the best of the rest.

Yes, that really is how infantile our society, and our politics especially, has become.

But Labor, whose primary vote has been unusually low, says this only because it badly needs Greens preferences.

In exchange, it’s agreed to help the Greens save its own five Senate seats – and to probably win a couple more.

It was already inevitable Labor would win back some Senate seats from the Coalition.

But this deal also kisses goodbye to Family First Senator Steve Fielding, who lucked his seat in 2004 when Labor absentmindedly preferenced him but will lose it now Labor is steering votes to the Greens.

That will be all it takes. After this election, no government will be able to pass a law against the opposition’s objection without the support of the Greens, and Greens alone.

Never has this party had such a great chance to inflict on us policies that many voters treat as position statements, rather than a deliberate manifesto for the deindustrialisation of our economy and the tribalising of our society.

This now is the real issue: How much of our future did Labor sell off just to get these Greens’ preferences?

Never mind this week’s scare campaign about what workplace laws Abbott might secretly plan. The hapless schmuck couldn’t get them through a Greens-Labor Senate even if he wanted to.

No, what really needs debate is what the Greens might now demand from a Gillard Government in exchange for its vote. And that, in turn, needs journalists especially to take seriously this party’s policies.

The Greens’ manifesto is not written down for a joke. It is the serious work of ideological warriors hiding behind Bob Brown’s amiable front.

Vote Greens in this election and you won’t get cuddlier koalas, bigger hugs and cleaner rivers. In fact, you’ll be voting to “transition from coal exports”, which means ending a trade worth $55 billion a year .

You’ll be voting to end “the mining and export of uranium”, worth $900 billion a year. You’ll be demanding farmers “remove as far as possible” all GM crops, which includes cotton worth about $1.3 billion a year.

You will be voting to close down many other industries, including export of woodchips from old-growth forests, certain kinds of fishing, oil and mineral exploration in wildernesses, and new coal mines.

You’ll even be voting to close the Lucas Heights nuclear facility, even though it actually produces treatments for cancer.

In fact, you’ll be voting for policies deliberately intended to make us poorer. Less industrialised. Or as the Greens’ policy puts it, for a “reduction of Australia’s use of natural resources to a level that is sustainable and socially just”.

Maybe you think it won’t matter if a few industries get shut. Maybe you really are that stupid. But you haven’t heard the rest of the Greens’ policies yet, have you?

You see, the Greens also plan to shut coal power stations that produce 80 per cent of our electricity. They not only “oppose the establishment of new coal-fired power stations” – claiming they make the planet dangerously hot – but intend to ban new coal supplies for those we already have. And they’ll hit power stations with a new tax to make electricity too expensive for you.

Do you have any idea how many businesses would be driven broke by this Green frolic? How many hundreds of thousands of jobs would be lost?

If you think the Greens must have alternative power sources in mind, you’re dreaming.

The Greens want to keep Labor’s ban on nuclear power. They even want to scrap government-funded research into carbon capture.

So consider. If the Greens get their way we’ll have huge industries banned, businesses driven broke and power prices driven through the roof, with not enough electricity for what industries will be left.

So, with our income slashed to ribbons, what do the Greens propose? Not deep cuts in every government program but a spending spree to make Kevin Rudd seem a miser.

It’s free money for everyone. If you vote for the Greens, you’re voting for an extra week of holidays for all, “mandated shorter standard working hours”, more pay for women workers, higher pay for casuals and better weekly benefits to students and artists.

More pay for less work, at the mere stroke of a Green pen. Isn’t that a darling way to reorganise the economy? What could possibly go wrong?

They promise to lift foreign aid to “a minimum of 0.7 per cent of GDP by 2010”, which means an instant rise in handouts of $4 billion a year.

Another $2 billion a year will go to scrap tertiary fees and forgiving all HECs debts.

The Greens lazily assume that the bill will be covered by hiking corporate taxes, hitting the richer 5 per cent of Australians with wealth taxes, and slugging air travellers. Show us your costings, Bob.

I’d be amazed if after a year of two of this that anyone would want to come to a country which by then would be a smoking hole in the ground.

Yet the Greens plan to do their best to attract more people to their new nation of freeloaders. Any “asylum seeker” making it here by boat would be freed into the community within 14 days, security checks permitting, and rewarded with benefits, medical services and school for children. These goodies will be offered to “environmental refugees”, too.

A new, militant industrial agenda is also buried in this New Age madness, signalling the arrival in Brown’s party of “watermelon Greens” – green outside and red inside.

These, like NSW candidate Lee Rhiannon, seem Green more of convenience than faith, using this doctors’ wives party to smuggle in the kind of hard-Left politics that would scare voters if they saw it coming under a hammer and sickle.

This is what a vote for the Greens really means. And it’s this party of vandals, tribalists and closet totalitarians that shameless Labor now helps to such threatening influence.

4 Responses to “Devils inside hidden Green agenda”

  1. 1 Bhanu Tiwari

    The moment I navigated to this The End Of Nations Hubpages article I determined that Catch the Fire’s readers must express their opinion on this:

  2. 2 ilona sturla

    The Greens is another name for Mardi gras; at least at the mardi gras they strip and show their true value system.

    I am shocked at the amount of folk who voted Greens and nearly spewed when I told them they had supported a same sex marriage agenda.
    Greens leader may be a man dressed in a suit but does not hide the fact that they are at odds with their sexuality; people who want a bite of everyone’s cherry because they are not satisfied to live the life they have chosen under the covers.

    They want same sex education for our little children; so sad; in my time I did not know what a homosexual was till I was in my forties, beautifully naive; let’s leave it that way for our kids!

  3. 3 Martin Sprat

    Jim Reiher, a Harvest and Tabor bible college lecturer and supposedly a Christian leader has been running as a Greens candidate (HOLT 2007 and La Trobe 2010) since at least 2007. I’d be very concerned about allowing a person to speak in any Christian forum if their objective is to influenced believers into supporting the perverse Greens and Bob Brown agenda.The nefarious political activities of Christian leaders should NOT be concealed before they engage in any form of Christian leadership activity. It appears to me many Christian leaders demonstrate and are active with quite perverse political views.

  4. 4 Martin Spratt

    Greens candidates like Christian lecturere Jim Reiher, sign a binding agreement to support the Greens gay agenda and policies, for example:

    3.2.2 Amending the Equal Opportunity Act 1995 to remove exemptions for religious organisations to discriminate on the grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity.

    3.2.10 Developing core primary and secondary educational curricula aimed at addressing forms Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Policy Australian Greens Victoria the of discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

    4.2.5 Expanding gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans-gender and intersex cultural and community events, and recognising and supporting tourism associated with such events.

    Sampled from the Australia Greens “Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Policy 19th June 2010”

    Jim’s demial of the above would also make him a liar.

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