Ron Logan
Sovereign Independent

The likes of the right-of-political-centre UK Daily Telegraph’s Christopher Booker and James Delingpole have long been warning that the real political colour of so-called environmental groups is not ‘green’ but ‘red’ and that many environmentalists have a hidden agenda of leftist collectivism. Indeed, Delingpole recently authored/updated a must-read book on the subject entitled ‘Watermelons: The Green Movement’s True Colors’ / ‘Watermelons: How the Environmentalists are Killing the Planet, Destroying the Economy and Stealing Your Children’s Future’[1]. However, even elements of the liberal mainstream press in the UK now seem to be grudgingly acknowledging that ‘Green’ environmental groups are being observed to have “become” organs of Fabian ‘Red’ collectivism (if, in Gramsci[2] and Alinsky[3] style, their leaderships weren’t largely set up that way to start with). Thus in the UK, ‘The Independent’ newspaper has permitted guest writer Alexander Wickham to write “It seems that, increasingly, our Green Party is showing more of a resemblance to the Socialist Workers’ Party or UK Uncut than to an environmentalist movement.” Alexander Wickham, ‘When you think of a Green Party, what comes to mind?’The Independent, 24 January 2012:


Wickham goes on to somewhat naively state “the environment should not be an issue of right or left. People of all political persuasions should be welcomed to support the ecological cause, not simply dyed-in-the-wool lefties.” With regard to Caroline Lucas, left-leaning UK Member of Parliament and leader of the Green Party of England and Wales, Wickham observes: “The fact that Ms. Lucas was one of the most popular speakers at the Fabian [Socialist] Society’s annual conference was hardly surprising.”


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