It’s a well known fact that the Greens party in Finland especially their hard core supporters are socialists, you know, of the watermelon variety, green on the outside and very red on the inside? So it’s shouldn’t come as any surprise to many when they hear that a faction within the Greens party here in Finland, are so extremely disillusioned with their party that they want to start a competing Greens party to rid Finland of capitalism.
Milton Friedman: “The only cases in recorded history where “the masses” escaped grinding poverty, is where they’ve had capitalism and largely free trade. If you want to know where “the masses” are worst off, it’s in exactly the kind of societies that depart from that. So the record of history is absolutely crystal clear, that there is no alternative way, so far discovered, in proving the lot of the ordinary people that can hold a candle to the productive activities that are unleashed by the free enterprise system.”
So the Greens are against capitalism, well surprise surprise. Then they have a lot in common with not only Communist socialism, but with National socialism as well. With the latter having as strong of an “eco-political” component to its socialist ideology, as do the modern day Greens party. Check out what this National Socialist professor of botany had to say about the central role nature (read Eco-Fascist politics) played in National Socialist movement way back in 1934.
We recognize that seperating humanity from nature, from the whole of life, leads to humankiknd’s own destruction and to the death of nations. Only through a re-intergration of humanity into the whole of nature can our people be made stronger. That us the fundamental
point of the biological tasks of our age. Humankind alone is no longer the focus of thought, but rather life as a whole… This striving toward connectedness with the totality of life, with nature itself, a nature into which we are born, this is the deepest meaning and the true essence of National Socialist thought.”
Ernst Lehmann; Biologischer Wille. Wege und Ziele biologischer Arbeit im neuen Reich, Munchen, 1934, pp. 10-11. Lehmann was a professor of botany who characterized National Socialism as “politically applied biology.”
Marx: We are family, all my brothers are here with me
So the Greens hate capitalism, as did the Fascists, so it is entirely correct to label the Greens as “eco-Fascists. I doubt very seriously that the already mainstream Greens party, has a major love affair with capitalism either, it’s tolerated in much the same way the National Socialists, and the Communists tolerated capitalists/ism when they were in dire need of their funding.
The more open these parties become about their true ideologies the better it is for the rest of us liberal, free market supporters, in helping to debunk these scoundrels for what they truly are.
Check this out – here is the neo-nazi in front of the swastika flag – and the state approval stamp for organic foods in Denmark:
“Daniel Carlsen, who has been convicted of making Nazi vandalism in Århus with the Nazi group, White Pride.“
This fellow certainly desires the end of Capitalism, too. So now the new Finnish Greens party will have international support straight from the git go! KGS
A portion of the Green League is planning to form a new, more radical Green Party. The newspaper Uutispäivä Demari reports that the group is disappointed with the mainstream Greens, and wants to form a new party based on an environmental revolution and the end of capitalism.
The breakaway group is now waiting for the approval of its application to form a new political party. They say they will focus on getting candidates elected in the next municipal elections rather than aiming for Parliamentary seats.
“This really came as a surprise to us,” says Panu Laturi, the Party Secretary of the Green League. “At no point was there any clue, so yes, this really is a complete surprise.”
Despite the breakaway party’s aim of recruiting current Green members, Laturi does not believe the new party will hold much of an appeal.
“At this point they’re biggest task is to gain credibility. I’m not sure how easy that is,” adds Laturi.
He has seen only a portion of the new party’s stated goals, but what he has seen he feels is very radical. The new party’s manifesto accuses the Green League of being elitist, driven by commercialism and a worse threat to the environment than other leftist parties.
“That’s not true,” says Laturi. “That’s their interpretation. If you look at what we’ve done while in government, I wouldn’t say that at all.”