Our Greens Love Anti-Semites.
Or could it be that they’re anti-Semites?
The Greens’ Marrickville policy. NSW candidate and mayor Fiona Byrne on ABC Online’s The Drum Unleashed on January 13:
On December 14 last year, Marrickville Council in Sydney’s inner west resolved to support a boycott of goods produced in Israel and of cultural and sporting exchanges with Israeli institutions, withdrawal of funds from institutions and companies that invest in or do significant business with Israel, and the implementation of government actions [sanctions] that indicate disapproval of Israeli policies in the illegally occupied Palestinian territories.
‘I have attached the image of my latest Mural, I have temporarily created this image over the SAY NO TO BURQAS mural, I will change it back in the next few days after enough Sydney Â siders have seen it going past by train.’
I think that its title should be Â THE QUEEN GREEN RUBBISH BAG or GREEN RUBBISH BAG.
The curageous Sergio Redegalli created an overnight sensation with his mural “say no to burqas” which caused near riots, constant vandalism and a witch hunt by Australia’s notorious ‘yuman rites’ apparatchiks, who intend to crucify him over this:
Greens candidate for the state seat of Marrickville, Fiona Byrne, said: “By targeting women who wear the burqa you are insulting the women more and I don’t think the debate is going to enhance the rights of women in any way.”
As you can see; “racism” is the club of the morally bankrupt cowards who used to tell us “better red than dead”. The same people would now enslave us all by submitting to Islam: “When you hear ‘racist!’ now, you know some coward is once again just trying to shut a debate he fears he can’t win. “
Andrew Bolt: I give up. They’re right: our real problem isn’t the kind of people we let in but the kind of people we are. It’s cruel to bring Muslims into a country of 10 million bigots
We’re racist. Bad to the bone.
The Greens’ official policy:
The Australian Greens will work for the promotion of a culture of dialogue, harmony, peace and reconciliation between the peoples of Palestine and Israel, both in the Middle East and in Australia, fostered through educational, cultural and other institutions.
Joshua Levi and Gareth Narunsky in The Australian Jewish News December 24 :
Marrickville mayor Fiona Byrne said that while she was not au fait with the situation in the Middle East, the policy was important. “I don’t know the full ins and outs of the situation because I’m not an expert, but I support a peaceful solution, two-states or otherwise.”
The kumbaya is just around the corner:
But deep down, they really, really want a pluralistic, Western-style republic!
Inner-West Courier, February 14:
It has taken at least 25 staff more than 80 working hours to process Marrickville Council’s boycott of Israel. For independent councillor Victor Macri, the council’s focus on international conflicts has “blown out of control”. “I’ve had residents say to me, ‘What the hell are you doing? What’s it got to do with you? You can’t even cut my grass, trim my trees, so how are you going to help this issue, which has been going on for over 100 years?’ ”