Economically illiterate, politically naïve and dangerously stupid. Seems like a fair description of the Green Party.

I’m not the greatest fan of the BBC, I get tired of the constant injection of left-wing muppetry into drama, documentaries and history programmes or the shoe-horning of climate change propaganda into nature shows. I normally reserve the most contempt for the BBC’s news and current affairs output which most of the time appears to be acting like a publicist for the Labour party and other Left wing organisations and causes.

However, like a stopped clock tells the correct time twice a day, yesterday the BBC got something right with its broadcast of an interview of Natalie Bennett of the Green Party carried out by the former Sunday Times editor Andrew Neil on the Sunday Politics show.

Watch this and see Mr Neil rip this naïve and foolish Green Party idiot a brand new shiny arsehole.

3 Comments on "Economically illiterate, politically naïve and dangerously stupid. Seems like a fair description of the Green Party."

  1. Thanks for that
    I think the green party manifesto was perhaps dreamed up midway through an acid trip with the worzel at the start of this.
    surely its an insult to andrew neils intelligence to expect him to just turn up without doing his homework.
    as a side note this woman (I use this term loosely) absolutely detests farage and Ukip and will have no qualms about venomously shreiking down his views effectively killing any debate.
    which brings me to this, camerons insistance on allowing the greens to take part in the televised party leader debates was more cunning than cowardly.
    a shrewd move on camerons part.
    he has milliband for breakfast week in week out but knows his own limitations regarding farage.

  2. Vincent Bate | January 27, 2015 at 12:48 pm |

    Everything I despise about the leftwing in one neat clip (well, almost everything).

    How do they manage to be so wrong and so arrogant all in one?

  3. English...not many of us left. | January 27, 2015 at 1:52 pm |

    Rubber room candidate.

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