After copping a barrage of criticism from confused voters after the Greens partyâ€™s sleazy preference deal with Labor, they resorted to a bizarre website edict calculated to be all things to all people.
In one statement, it clearly encouraged voters to put Labor or LiberalÂ last behind candidates like those from the Aboriginal and migrant critics of One Nation, a party often criticised for being racist.
Even their favoured propaganda vehicle, The Aged, seemed troubled by the Greens partyâ€™s lurch to the far-right. They explained they tipped them off that the Greens were being slammed by political opponents and that they quickly altered the text to hide their shame.
But screengrabs obtained by members of the famed VEXNEWS Investigations Unit incontrovertibly establish the Greens party urged their supporters to:
â€œSend the big parties a message by putting their candidates last and second-last.â€
An ALP flyer set to be carpet-bombed on the inner-city battleground seat of Melbourne makes it clear that the Greens party is therefore urging their backers to put race-baiting parties like Australia First and One Nation ahead of mainstream parties like the Liberals and Labor. The Greens party is – like many far right parties – fanatically anti-immigration, so it could be more than just an alliance of convenience.
The Greens party website also falsely asserts that voters must number every square for their vote to be valid, which is not strictly correct. Legal experts tell VEXNEWS that you can number all boxes but one to make your voting intention sufficiently clear.