Saturday, May 30, 2015

News Flash! Australian Greens Are Out Of The Closet!


As if we already didn't know.

Officially racist, upfront, proud and letting it all hang out.

I guess it just got too embarrassing to keep on pretending  it was a secret when the whole office knew all along anyway.

Check this out.

From Greens Party Aligned Independent News Site New Matilda

If you're not reading New Matilda then you can't really call yourself a Green. You may as well give back the card.
New Greens Boss Richard Di Natale Forced to Clarify Israel Stance 
By Max Chalmers

In an apparent misunderstanding, the Greens' new leader aligned himself with Israel’s right wing Prime Minister. Members were not impressed. Max Chalmers reports.

New Greens leader Richard Di Natale has been forced to clarify his position on Israel and Palestine after apparently accidentally aligning his party with right wing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

In a widely shared article in the Australian Jewish News, Di Natale was reported as saying that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas must acknowledge Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state.

Despite running under the title “Di Natale in his own words”, the Senator’s office today told New Matilda that the article’s opening line was not an accurate reflection of the Senator’s views.

“He had no intention for his comments to be interpreted as support for establishment of a “Jewish state”. It’s not a phrase that he used,” a spokesperson said.

According to his office, Di Natale simply agreed to a question put to him by journalist Gareth Narunsky, apparently missing the distinction being made.
Do read on at that link.

Here is the core of the "clarification".
Consistent with Greens policy, I have always supported a peaceful, two-state solution for the Israel-Palestine conflict that upholds the legitimate rights and aspirations of both the Palestinian and Israeli people to live in peace and security in their own independent, sovereign states. My comments in the AJN piece were intended to reflect that view and that view alone. I have never believed that the establishment of a ‘Jewish state’ (as opposed to an ‘Israeli state’) is conducive to this outcome and I absolutely do not support that goal
It's about time they were told. More importantly, so do the people who vote for them.

There's nothing at stake except Australia and the planet.

 It must be understand exactly what this party is proposing to give away and why the ideology that drives this mad policy is a threat to human kind and the environment that exceeds global warming by an order of magnitude that would take a room full of scientists, lawyers, historians, moralists and geopolitical experts a semester to calculate and that's if you weeded out the mad lefties who are most of the problem.

Yet it is a core policy.

It is their only foreign policy except for something about the impact on whales of radar on US submarines and stuff about Japan on the same subject.

It was like dragging a rotten tooth out with a pair of pliers without an anesthetic but there is the filthy bloody thing in the bowl for all to see.

Never mind Gay marriage. Forget CSG. Sydney airport is so far off the radar you would need a Geiger counter and search light to find it. What the Greens are proposing should be done to Israel to fix the Middle East should be the number one election issue concerning this party.

It affects us all. More than you might care to think about. It affects us more than the Israelis who have shown time and again they know how to look after themselves even if some times it's a close and bloody call.

This was not the first reaction but close to it.:

The Greens like to keep their conferences secret. No media. No attention.

Last time, the Zionist Conspiracy managed to smuggle in a camera.

Here for the first time is film of the Greens in conference.

This time we are ready for you. Trust me with this.

To be cross posted at the usual places.


  1. Geoff,

    I edited the foratting on this piece because, frankly, it was a mess.

    I considered eliminating your final link because, to my mind, it's a step too far and a generally unhelpful analogy.

    But, this is your work, not mine. As an editor, when it's a coin flip, my general inclination is to ere on the side of the writer.

    In any case, good piece and thank you for publishing it here.

    1. Really Mike?

      We are talking about a party that is now open about policy that excludes Israel as the national home of the Jews, or a Jewish state, as the endgame, demands unilateral withdrawal to the 1949 lines to make way for unreformed Palestinian forces of whom not any concession is required not even recognition and which we al know has genocidal anti-Semitism as core ideology and an ideological pedigree with a solid chunk of ancestry in the Third Reich.

      A party that has nothing to say about this, or ratbag demands such as the Arab right of return.and very little or nothing to say about terrorist attacks on Israelis, Hamas, IJ while harping incessantly about illegal Israeli settlements

      And you say that I might of Nuremberg Rally footage, even as satire of the Australian Greens obsessive secrecy of it in party processes and conferences which are always closed to the public and the media?.

      Even as a shock polemic on a Greens site to shake up the membership and attempt to deploy a wedge. (Not all Greens are comfortable with one sided policy)

      And you say it was excessive?

      I think what we have here is a loss in translation.

      I did give it some thought. I didn't submit to Shirlee because she has a readership that includes some it could cause distress and offense.

      But here?

      Sorry about the formatting but it looked fine to me before and after I posted it.

      This has happened before. I think there could be an interface problem between the computers or within Blogger

    2. Geoff, this is something that people of good will can agree to disagree upon.

      I tend to think that Nazi analogies are counterproductive.

      I suspect that they turn people off of the message, rather than onto it.

      Anti-Zionists are Anti-Zionists.

      Of all the people on the planet they believe that only the Jews are unworthy of self-determination and self-defense.

      This makes them both ignorant and immoral.

      And although most Nazis were ignorant and all were immoral, this does not turn the Green party into Nazis.

    3. Also, please be aware that the Green party is entirely irrelevant in the United States, so their doings elsewhere tend not to resonate so strongly here.

      There is no question in my mind that both the European and Australian Greens lead the way in their respective communities for anti-Semitic anti-Zionism.

      But, how relevant are they to Australian politics?

      That is the first question that comes to my mind.

    4. Yes. That occurred to me too.

      The Greens are a substantial force that routinely takes 10% of the vote. Because their vote is concentrated in the latte belt, the inner gentrified big cities, they take seats in major state legislatures and infest local councils all over the country.

      Because of Australia's proportional voting system in the Senate, the Greens have a solid bloc of Senators in the national upper house. Something like about six.

      Enough to be a pest and has a competitive impact on the ALP ,, Australia's main opposition party, that is also swinging left on Palestine..

    5. 10 percent is more than enough to do plenty of damage.

      They need to be confronted on their own terms.

      They claim to stand for anti-racism and anti-imperialism... yet they justify both and do so at the expense of the Jewish remnant.

  2. Yes, I can certainly understand that. Wouldn't want to confuse and Israeli State with a Jewish State. Perhaps someone could inform him that Israel is synonym for Hebrew Nation, or Jews collectively, so he can further clarify what he's for and against while continuing to pervert language (for environmental reasons of course).

    1. One thing that people generally do not recognize is that the word "Israel" means the Jewish people.

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