Monday, March 28, 2011

Watermelon Environmentalists: Green on the Outside, Red on the Inside

In this Mercator article, Michael Cook examines new opposition to the Green Party in Australia from Catholic leaders. And that opposition, he explains, is not because of the Party's environmental goals (such as requiring an expensive carbon tax) but rather because the Greens have decided to aggressively promote euthanasia, abortion, homosexual marriage, and recreational drugs.

And one of the Greens' key icons? Bizarre ethics professor Peter Singer.

As Cardinal George Pell has said, “For those who value our present way of life, the Greens are sweet camouflaged poison.”