Greens leader Richard Di Natale’s comments on Australia Day made me realise that the Greens are a party of contradictions.
Di Natale described Australia Day as invasion day. Apparently the convicts who arrived in chains were invaders and the people who arrive via people smugglers are not.
The Greens claim to support multiculturism and diversity but how many Jews, Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, black, brown or brindles represent the Greens? They are predominately white atheists with pseudo religious beliefs on the environment.
The Greens claim to be guided by science, but when scientists use the scientific method to bust green myths, they vilify the scientist instead of verifying the science. And how often have they told us that 97 per cent of 77 scientists “believed” in an anthropogenic climate catastrophe; is belief (faith) the new science?
The Greens believe that carbon dioxide is bad for the environment. They “reduce“it by flying around in aeroplanes, turning on their air-conditioning or central heating, and using treated water pumped from dams they oppose to make exotic coffees and fill their jacuzzis.
The Greens call themselves progressives but are notorious for frustrating or picketing progress.
The Greens are consistent on one thing however, they bash Australia regularly and not just on Australia Day. Marc Schellekens, Drouin