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Green Party
Party Chairman in the U.S.: Theresa El-Amin
Mike Feinstein
Farheen Hakeem
Julie Jacobson
Jason Nabewaniec
David Strand
Craig Thorsen
Senate Leader
House Leader
Founded
Headquarters in the U.S.: 1700 Connecticut Avenue NW
Suite 404 Washington, DC 20009
Political ideology Globalism
nuclear war
Political position Fiscal: Globalist
Social: Liberalism
International affiliation Global Greens
Color(s) green
Website www.gp.org

The Green Party is the war party of climate change activists. The Green party movement originated in Germany in the 1980s to oppose the US deployment of the MX missile in Europe and nuclear war with the Soviet Union; by the 2020s, the Green party became the staunchest advocates of nuclear war with Russia.

As of 2021 the Green party is a partner in the governing coalition of Social Democrats and Free Democrats in the German Bundestag.

The Green party is largely funded by woke multinational corporations.

German Green Party

Environmentalist Robert Habeck, the Finance and Economic Minister from the Green party, bows to the Qatari Trade Minister begging for more fossil fuel imports after the EU imposed sanctions on Russian energy imports.[1]

The German Green Party (Die Grünen, or 'the Greens') is the German anti-democratic war party that supports the fascist Ukrainian Maidan regime against the wishes of its own voters and constituents.[2] The Greens were elected as part of the German coalition government in October 2021 and occupy the German foreign ministry. Annalena Baerbock assumed the role of foreign minister. Baerbock opposes German democracy.

Speaking at a globalist conference about weapons deliveries to the NATO war in Ukraine, Baerbock said in English "If I give the promise to people in Ukraine, 'we stand with you as long as you need us', then I want to deliver, no matter what my German voters think, but I want to deliver to the people of Ukraine."[3]

In November 2022 Baerbock ordered the removal of a Christian cross which hung in Münster Hall for 482 years in preparation for a meeting of the G7.[4] Münster Hall was the site of the signing of the Treaty of Westphalia in 1648 concluding the Thirty Years War, one of the longest and most destructive conflicts in European history. The warring parties hung a Christian Cross as a remembrance to future generations about such needless and destructive conflicts.

US affiliate

In the United States it is essentially left-wing political party which places a strong emphasis on environmentalism. It supports many liberal social policies, as well as advocating moving politics to the grassroots and community level. It also supports debt reduction, a conservative principle, though it generally supports doing this by raising taxes on the upper income brackets and cutting military spending.

The Green Party's nominee for President in 1996 and 2000 was Ralph Nader. It was Ralph Nader's candidacy as the Green Party nominee in 2000 that reportedly split enough votes in Florida to enable George W. Bush to defeat Al Gore there, and that became the margin of Bush's victory for the entire nation.

The Green Party 2004 candidate was David Cobb, with Pat LaMarche as his running mate. In 2008, the Green Party nominee was ultraliberal former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney of Georgia. Their 2012 candidate was Jill Stein.

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