The origins of the Green Party – Eugenics and Euthanasia

Fascism comes in green as well as brown. Prior to 1974 the environmentalists were all eugenicists and Malthusians. After 1974 the main champions of the "environment" were Thatcherites, George HW Bush, Brian Mulroney and Helmut Kohl.
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The origins of the Green Party – Eugenics and Euthanasia

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The origins of the Green Party – Eugenics and Euthanasia

The Green Party's origins lie with the document 'Blue Print for Survival'; signatory (amongst others) Julian Huxley, eugenicist (selective human breeding), member of the British Eugenics Society, Fellow of the Royal Society. [1]

The Blueprint was signed by over thirty of the leading scientists of the day—including Sir Julian Huxley, Sir Frank Fraser Darling, Sir Peter Medawar, and Sir Peter Scott [2]

The Green Party (from Wikipedia):
The Green Party was originally formed as PEOPLE, or the Ecology Party, in Coventry in1973, with the first edition of Manifesto for a Sustainable Society as the party's statement of philosophy and policies. This document was inspired by Blueprint for Survival, published by The Ecologist (then edited by Edward Goldsmith). The party changed its name to become the Green Party in the 1980s [3]

Julian Huxley and euthanasia:
….on this pro-euthanasia board was: Sidney Goldstein who sat on the American Birth Control League’s National Council and later was on Planned Parenthood’s Board of Directors. Another member was Frank H. Hankins who was a managing editor for Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger’s newsletter called the Birth Control Review. Hankins was also an American Eugenics Society member. Another more famous name who was sat on the advisory board of this pro-euthanasia panel, was Julian Huxley, who was a later recipient of a Planned Parenthood award. [4]

Aldous Huxley (who wrote ‘Brave New World’ [5] and brother of Julian Huxley) is linked to the 'teens and toddlers sustainability replication programme' (eugenics education programme) now in UK schools. [6] [7]

Julian Huxley and Prince Philip have both been with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) [8] launched at the Royal Society for the Arts (and hence of the John Adam St Gang [9], also known as the Committee of 300, or the Olympians). [10]

The Green Party and Euthanasia
The Green Party in Tasmania has twice tried to legislate for voluntary euthanasia.
Nick McKim is leader of the Tasmanian Greens Party, the world’s first Green party.....Nick was also the first member of any Australian parliament to introduce marriage equality legislation to Parliament, and has twice attempted to legislate for voluntary euthanasia. [11]

Greens Leader Bob Brown says he will again try to overturn a ban that prevents the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory passing laws allowing euthanasia. [12]

The Victorian Green Party is now looking for the law reform commission to legislate for euthanasia (April 2015)
A Greens bid to get Victoria’s Law Reform Commission to examine euthanasia has been delayed. Party leaders in the state’s upper house agreed to not vote on the motion after it looked like it would fail. But the Greens say a vote will be held in May on whether the commission should report on euthanasia laws. [13]

New Zealand Herald: Beware the policy of the dangerous Greens ‘the Green Party in Germany has similar policies’ (December 2011) [14]

The Green Party in Canada tables resolution on euthanasia, March 2009 [15]

Previous legislation in the Northern Territory regarding euthanasia laws:

The Rights of the Terminally Ill Act 1995 (NT) was a controversial law legalising euthanasia, passed by the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory of Australia in 1995, but effectively nullified in 1997 by the Federal Parliament. Dr Philip Nitschke, the first doctor in the world to administer legal, voluntary euthanasia, founded Exit International in response to the overturning of the Act.
While voluntary euthanasia had previously been condoned officially in the Netherlands and the US state of Oregon, the act was the first time that a legislative assembly passed a law explicitly legalising euthanasia.[16]

Euthanasia – Australian Law in an International Context [17]

[1] Julian Huxley from wiki:
[2] The Blue Print for Survival (wikipedia), with Julian Huxley
[3] The Green Party (from wikipedia):
[5] Huxley’s Brave New World:
[6] Ark Schools, Academies and Eugenics:
[7] Eugenics in the schools :
[8] World Wildlife fund launched at the Royal Society for Arts:
[9] John Adam St Gang:,
[10] The Olympians:
[11] The Green Party in Tasmania and euthanasia:
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