Too good to be true, Green party are pro rat

To cap off election policies of?creating a fleet of hospital ships to serve the developing world, taxing disposable nappies, cutting the size of National Lottery prizes and banning the Grand National the Green party in the UK is also moving to give human rights to rats.

They already have policies?legalising hard drugs and brothels, placing new restrictions on advertising and air travel, imposing taxes on large presents and pop stars and cutting economic growth to zero in order to protect the planet.

But cuddling up to rats takes them to a new low point.

Under the plans to be debated by members, Article Five of the UN Declaration of Human Rights ? stating ?no one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment? ? would be extended to ?all sentient life forms?.

The Declaration was drawn up in 1948 in response to the horrors of Nazi Germany.

The plans would impose the same prison sentences for the killing, torture or ?kidnapping? of dolphins, whales, apes and elephants as would occur for equivalent crimes committed against humans.

Members also propose a ban on commercial horse and dog racing.

If that wasn’t bad enough they also propose to try and control what other countries do as well.

Under plans to rewrite the rules of global trade, goods would be banned from entering the UK if they are made in factories that do not comply with British health and safety standards or do not pay a living wage.

Tree-hugging gets a run too.

They will also propose the creation of Forest Schools, so that children can build their ?self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in a woodland or natural environment with trees?.

The hospital ships idea will be good so long as no media ask the leader of the hospital ships will be able to provide humanitarian aid to places like Syria, or into African hotspots like Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, South Sudan or the Central African Republic.

One thing is for certain…the Greens are crazy the world over.

I can’t wait for the Greens here to adopt these policies.


– The Telegraph