Guilty Bastards II

While Australians are still suffering and losing their houses and infrastructure, it is beholden on me to continually remind readers of the danger of the Green ideology that places us all at risk during the bushfire season.

“IT’S really simple,” says Brian Williams, captain of the Kurrajong Heights bushfire brigade. “Fires run on fuel. Limited fuel means limited fire

Simple to most of us but not to the Greens. They say that burning off in the winter or spring could impact on the wildlife that exists in the bush and what about the people having to put up with all that smoke?

Whereas off-season burning might impact on wildlife, not doing it does impact on us humans-it kills us.

Today’s Cut and Paste in The Australian underlines the twisted reasoning of climate extremists.

If you don’t subscribe to The Australian and can’t get past the paywall I have uploaded a .pdf file for you to read.

Its important that the public know about the damage they cause. Today’s Newspoll tells us there are still 9% of Australians who actually support the Greens.

We all need to work on educating these people.

One Response to Guilty Bastards II

  1. HRT says:

    I suspect trying to educate a Green would be as fruitful as reasoning with a Muslim after he’s got outside a few shots of Old Jihadi.
    For further illumination go to The Greens Peace and Security page, and read their Principles and Aims.   There are some worthy competitors but my favourite Principle is No. 11:
    “Climate change represents one of the greatest threats to international peace and security”.
     
     
     

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