Apparently back from Paris, The Australian Greens new leftist leader, Richard Di Natali, has had another promo at Canberra’s National Press Club this week. The Leftie press and Gillard-Rudd-appointed public servant fat cats just love him being in Canberra. More spending for them!
This time Di Natali has spruiked his election manifesto. And apparently it’s decidedly a different shift away from the days of Tassie tree hugging, dam stopping Bob Brown and Christine Milne. ‘Once Were Greens’ are now extreme Leftists and Di Natali uses his Sicilian connections.
These are some of the bullet points gathered by our contact in the nursery for taxpayer mistletoe, otherwise known as Canberra:
Greens Election Manifesto
- Bugger the Trees, we’ve morphed on to ‘Climate Alarmism‘ – it’s more progressively appealing to the mainstream, that is, more ‘fear votes‘*(votes driven by fear in response to negative campaigning)
- New Greens Motto: ‘Born to Spend even more than Labor’ this is the purpose of Parliament
- Gonksi, NDIS, Parental Leave won’t cost anything. Instead we see it as ‘investing in inter-generational future’, so this makes it an asset, huh?
- Australia to be a