Wednesday, 15 April 2009

The Green Party and the BNP

Only the Red, White and Blue of the BNP is really green.

I guess it is about time we took a look at the Green Party that currently has two MEPs, one of whom, Jean Lambert recently became a signatory to the UAF Statement that David Cameron is still signed upto. Obviously he approves of the actions of the Claw Hammer Gang.

Clearly Jean has no idea about what the UAF really stand for. Or does she and that is why she has signed up, because over on the Green Party site you can read their policies for the coming European Elections.

Does not take long to read because I could find only one. "We Must Stop the BNP". And that appears to be it.
In his opening speech to conference, Peter Cranie spoke passionately about the need to support migrants living in Britain against a political party "that doesn't even allow Black British or Asian British people to join it."
No. But when all the Black and various other colour organisations that disallow whites from joining and welcomes BNP members, we might think about it. ROFL.

However real greens might like to read some of the policies of the British National Party.

The BNP’s manifesto states that a BNP government will make it a priority to stop building on green land. New housing should wherever possible be built on derelict “brown land.”

Other environmentally friendly policies which the BNP has in its manifesto include:

- The removal of unsightly overhead power lines from beauty spots and their burial underground;

- The creation of a bulk transport tax regime that pushes supermarkets to supply more local and seasonal produce;

- The encouragement of an extensive and rapid switchover to organic and low fossil fuel farming techniques;

- The banning of the ritual slaughter of animals without pre-stunning, and the sale of such meat;

- The elimination of the unhealthy, energy intensive and cruel factory farming of livestock;

- The abolition of all “stealth taxes” and other charges on household rubbish collections.

A BNP government will:

- Develop alternative transport fuels such as bio-diesel and hydrogen;

- Develop renewable energy sources such as off-shore wind farms, wave, tidal and solar energy;

- Investigate the feasibility of cutting-edge, intrinsically-safe, fast-breeder nuclear stations;

- Invest in a high-speed, magnetic levitation, inter-city rail network;

Well that is Green enough for me. You can read more here. Also recommended is the Land and People site.