"The Alliance want to take us back to the 1930s, which is
bad enough," said Libertarianz deputy leader Richard
McGrath, "but the Greens would have us huddled together in
caves, at the mercy of predators, disease and climatic
Dr McGrath said Libertarianz condemn the
methods endorsed by the Greens in their war against science.
"The Greens seem to endorse violence as a means of achieving
their goal of a primitive, low-tech society. Libertarianz
oppose both the violence and the Luddite thinking behind
Libertarianz would encourage further genetic
engineering, pointing out many currently used vaccines and
medicines were developed using such technology, and that the
future of cancer treatment probably lies with gene
"The Green policies are anti-life," said Dr
McGrath, "and I seriously wonder if these lunatics are
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