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Campbell & Greens Reveal Their True Colour: Red!

Published on SOLO - Sense of Life Objectivists
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SOLO-NZ Press Release
Campbell and the Greens Reveal Their True Colour: Red!
By Lindsay Perigo

"America-hating Noam Chomsky's Number One devotee in this country, TV3's John Campbell, and the Taleban's Number One devotee here, Green MP Keith Locke, have united, appropriately, in panic-stricken apoplexy against the publication of evidence of terrorist plotting by Mordi-Fascists and Islamo-Fascists in New Zealand," says SOLO Principal Lindsay Perigo.

"Campbell, who refused to publish the evidence when it was handed to him on a platter, affects to dismiss its significance because of the small number of people involved.

"Locke is demanding that Crown Law prosecute the Dominion Post for publishing the evidence concerning what his soulmates were up to.

"The evil of both men, and what they represent, is now plain for all to see, if it were not already.

"Both would claim to be 'civil libertarians.' 'Civil libertarians' are not to be confused with actual libertarians. Genuine libertarians believe in freedom. They know that freedom doesn't include the right to plot and commit murderous atrocities. 'Civil libertarians' enthusiastically endorse that very 'right'—and the 'right' of its low-life practitioners to be free from legitimate surveillance and exposure by the state, whose job it is to protect genuine freedom.

"Campbell and Locke are communists, pure and simple. Their ilk infest the media and Parliament. The greatest good to come from the terror raids may not be the stopping of the terrorists in their tracks, excellent and noble though that certainly be, but the exposure of their vile apologists for what they are," Perigo concludes.

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Source URL: http://www.solopassion.com/node/3669

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