- Oct 15, 2004
- AFL Club
- Port Adelaide
- Other Teams
yes, this is the narrative that Murdoch and the LNP have been pushing for the last few decades. Just because the Greens don't want to burn everything now for some short term benefit does not mean that do not consider cost and damage, just the opposite in fact.
your post is case and point
- The Greens think they have a mortgage over green policy
- The Greens can identify an issue but no solution that works
And where do you get the idea that the Greens don't respect others? In comparison to who, I mean clearly not all the other political parties in existence. If the Greens had the influence on policy that the Nats have had then the country would be vastly better off.
- change requires buy in from society and this requires respect a patience
Marching onto farms shows disrespect to third parties, the law and property rights. Ceasing coal production immediately shows disrespect to property rights, employees families and the customers of the product that are seeking to emerge from poverty.
We all want best land care management, we all want best animal welfare and we all want clean energy. The difference between normal people and nutters is one group realises it takes education, ideas, investment, implementation, transition and to get off their butts themselves to deliver this by running a business venture. The other just wants to wave their arms, does nothing themselves and wants it now.
The Greens, One Nation and the Palmer crew are one of the same........the disenfranchised who need a cause to feel they belong. When in reality, just like a dangerous religion, they are part of the problem.