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Discussion > Green Party is best promoter of Climate Skepticsm

As we saw on Sunday : in Natalie Bennett's (Electric Car) Crash interview the Greens can be shown to be complete idiots when you get into the detail
- Greens are big on dreams
but not big on maths

Green issues will get scrutiny due to election !
- The thing is whereas climate skepticsm is bannned from the media, Greens have immense access to the media, which works OK for them as long as they are not challenged
However the thing is Labour are going to challenge the Greens on TV/radio whereas they are accustomed to always getting a free ride from the presenters.

- I say Greens , but obviously they are pseudo greens due the way they put dogma ahead of logic, and are therefore detrimental to the environment. They are really a pseudo-green party ..and all the other established parties are pseudo-green as well.
(a skeptic is a REAL Green who can do maths)

- The nightmare is a Labour, SNP, Green government.

- The realistic least worst option is Current Conservative UKIP coalition.

- One can dream of Mrs and Mr Cameron and the other Green$$$ all getting kicked out in a Conservative party coup ..and Green voters being placated with a proper scientific investigation & meanwhile a10 year moratorium on Climate policies until they can proved economically safe.

Commenters on the Car Crash
The Spectator
The Week

Jan 27, 2015 at 8:01 AM | Registered Commenterstewgreen

Re Natalie Bennett's comedy gold
The Green Party's Electric Car Crash Interview

Context : Bizarre this comes right after the Matt Ridley incident where Greens tried to stop his freedom of speech and make jokes about violence against him.

video : Andrew Neil Spoils the Green's Party

Breaking News : Multiple Irony Meter Explosions around Green Party Manifesto
& Natalie Bennett

1. Right after they try to close down Matt Ridley's freedom of speech
and 2. Casually throw around talk for violence against him.
..they come up with this manifesto that :
1. guarantees freedom of speech to supporters of terrorists (ie people that voice calls for Extrajudicial violence.)
and 2. says that the Greens are the party of nonviolence and want to get rid of weapons etc.
- The Greens :
Big on Dreams !
...not big on maths

BTW on Youtube - be careful when Liking the comments..Youtube have put the Tommy Smith BNP comment at the top even though it doesn't have top votes

extra comments
Interesting tie in back to Green violence topic here - Green Party leader doesn't understand that free speech doesn't extend to advocating violence and cheering for groups that support extra-judicial violence.

Interesting comments below the video
"The greens think you can be a member of a terrorist organisation and not contribute to terrorism"

"the monster raving loony party for posh lefties"

"You know you've messed up when your interviewer knows more about your policies than you do."

Jan 27, 2015 at 8:15 AM | Registered Commenterstewgreen

Natalie Bennett's car crash interview is bad news for David Cameron. Why do you think that the Prime Minister threatened to pull out of the televised debates if the Green's were not included? Why was Ed Milliband so keen to keep them out?
The rise of the Greens will mostly be at the expense of Labour and Lib Dem. There will be far less Tory-Green switchers than there are Labour-UKIP.
Natalie Bennett may have got Brilloed, but in the leadership debates she will come across as more anti-business, pro-NHS, pro-big government, pro-high taxes than Labour. Ed Milliband will have to say whether he supports deficit reduction through higher taxes or through cutting expenditure.
It would therefore be great news if the Greens were in double-figures and performing strongly in the marginals.

Jan 27, 2015 at 12:35 PM | Unregistered CommenterKevin Marshall

@Kevin (The manic Bean Counter) you are saying is Cameron needs the GreenParty to sound credible so it takes votes from Labour.
- My guess is after they have has the benefit of 2 voices in the debate Greens will announce an Allianbce with labour not to oppose Labour as the Greens cant win ANY contested seats, so they need Labour to drop some candidates

Jan 28, 2015 at 4:09 AM | Registered Commenterstewgreen