29 Jun 2011

Labor-Greens Sack Police And Teachers To Fund Woodchips

Tasmanian Times eventually covered the near-implosion of the Tasmanian Greens, months after being told there was a serious problem in the Greens alliance with the Labor government. The Greens had become an accessory to Labor's ongoing crimes against the state of Tasmania. This relationship is tearing the Greens apart. Nick McKim as education minister was being forced to close schools supposedly so the Greens could 'exert influence on the government'. So how is that influence manifesting? Its not. The Greens have not achieved any environmental outcomes after a year and a half in coalition with Labor. McKim has become Lara's lapdog. Lara, Bryan Green and the 'TasInc' team are simply trying to keep Gunns afloat to cover their own asses. There were bribes paid and there were years of corruption that the administrators will discover if they examine the books. How can Tim Morris sleep at night after harvesting a massive anti-pulp mill vote just to become Nick McKim's yes-man and another sleepwalker on the Giddings team of zombies? What about the obsession with wood chips? Why is forestry exempt from all Tasmanian planning laws? Why was a private company treated so lavishly by 'our' representatives for so long?  Many Tasmanians have viewed the Greens favorably up till now but I am asking you, who contradicted our story about Nick McKim covering-up a sex crime in his own office? Nobody did, because it's true. The Greens slotted-in a little too well with Labor because they are cast in the same mold. They are both ambitious opportunists, but without the ability or vision to carry-out their empty promises. Its going to get worse for Labor and the Greens.

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