Greens True Colour Is A “Consistent Red”

20 Feb

Paul Kelly tells it like it is:

CHRISTINE Milne’s busting of the Labor-Greens alliance proves the Greens are Labor’s political enemy and that Julia Gillard should never have entered this deal in the first place.

With the Prime Minister in her weakest hour, the Greens have sunk in the boot. Perfect timing. Some friends. Some allies.

With the election near, the alliance has exhausted its utility. Both sides are looking to product differentiation as campaign rivals.

Milne’s decision has nothing to with principle and everything to do with the Greens’ electoral needs. It makes no difference to the parliament, but it shows the Greens are as cynical, expedient and unscrupulous as the major parties. Their claims to superior morality are a joke.

Kelly’s article is headlined “Greens showing their true colours”.

Which got me wondering.

Paul Kelly is right. The Greens’ claims to superior morality are a joke.

Clearly, they are just as self-serving as all the rest.

And so, as the political party of choice for the resurgent religion of paganism, I thought it might be interesting to see just what colour a pagan would assign to “selfishness” in a person’s “aura” –

A Consistent Red: A consistent dark red indicates a violent nature, a selfish and deceitful attitude.

Sounds right.

The Greens have consistently had an aura of deep red about them.


3 Responses to “Greens True Colour Is A “Consistent Red””

  1. omanuel February 20, 2013 at 11:37 am #

    We would have celebrated the 540th birthday of Nicolaus Copernicus yesterday, if his discovery of the fountain of energy at the center of the Solar System and his accurate report that “the distance from the Earth to the Sun is imperceptible in comparison with the height of the firmament” . . .

    Had not been distorted into government propaganda that Earth’s climate and mankind’s fate are independent of the Sun – the Creator, Destroyer and Sustainer of all lives and worlds in the Solar System.

    That empirical fact doesn’t leave room for the inflated egos of would-be world tyrants.

    With kind regards,
    – Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

  2. Richo February 20, 2013 at 11:38 am #

    I think the whole thing is a stunt. What fundamentally has changed? Answer: Zilch. If they had vowed to block supply or support a no confidence motion I may have taken their “withdrawal” more seriously. I think it is a tactical ploy to enable the Greens to more freely attack Labor and for Labor to come across as more “moderate”. Peter Brent at the Aus echoes my sentiments.

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