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SIGN OF PANIC: Green “witch” and her broomstick spell trouble in Marrickville

greenwitchThe NSW Greens party is in a state of panic about signs appearing throughout the Sydney state electorate of Marrickville highlighting their candidate Fiona Byrne’s involvement in supporting causes associated with Israel’s homophobic and racist enemies, including a notorious council boycott of the Jewish state.

One anonymous broomstick-wielding Greens party hack, described by onlookers as acting in a manner that was reminiscent to them of a witch, was seen near the Petersham train station this morning attempting to use her powers to dislodge the signs that were out of reach of mere mortals.

When confronted by brave members of the VEXNEWS Investigations Unit, the activist refused to disclose her identity or her affiliation with the Greens party or whether she was acting on the orders of the candidate, Fiona Byrne, recently filmed in possession of other truth and accountability signs, apparently stolen by her in violation of the NSW Criminal Code and other laws.

Local sources confirm the broomstick-wielder and possible witch was not a council employee and had no authority to remove the signs which – while entirely truthful and fact-based – are not authorised and could be lawfully removed by people acting on proper authority. The “witch” was not.

Marrickville Greens party activists are said to be extremely nervous – “petrified” one local said – about the popular underground campaign that has cleverly and cheaply captured local attention by highlighting Byrne, described by foes as “a much-loathed local mayor and anti-Israel maniac,” and her controversial views on international policy.

Locals says the local Greens machine have done everything within their power to silence the dissent against them and the natural desire by locals for a healthy political debate about the fact their local council has – in a move not dissimilar to the Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses in the 1930s – initiated a boycott against the Jewish state.


UPDATE: The Greens party’s irrational hatred of Israel is especially sickening, one member of the VEXNEWS Investigations Unit has reported, given the strong record of environmental protection and improvement of the Jewish state.

Israel has truly “greened the desert” it inherited from the Brits. Indeed, Israel is the only country in the world that has more trees today than it did 100 years ago. The world-famous Jewish National Fund was founded in 1901 when Israel had only 3500 acres of forest land. It’s now well in excess of 200,000 acres, with the JNF planting over 240 million trees in its years of existence. It’s amazing story and a monumental achievement.

There are plenty of good causes to support at the moment but the JNF should definitely be on your list for pre June 30 charitable donations. It’s fully tax deductible here in Australia.


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  1. Too young to be Lee Rhiannon… there you are VEXNEWS, that’s one suspect you can cross off the list.

    Posted by Gregoryno6 | March 19, 2011, 15:50
  2. Thank you Vexnews for helping to expose the Greens for what they really are.

    They are a disgusting party full of hypocrites, Communists and Anti-semites.

    As the signs say, Keep Greens Out!

    Posted by Anon | March 19, 2011, 17:50
  3. I suppose broomsticks emit less carbon than other forms of transportation.

    Posted by Mitchell Observer | March 19, 2011, 20:41
  4. People in ancient times did not like to talk much. They felt shame for themselves do not keep up with their own words …

    Posted by fapBlellNip | March 19, 2011, 21:55
  5. Firstly, I wasn’t the colleague caught in the reflection room with the ‘rising star’ of politics as I don’t like fat green chicks.
    Secondly, you bias against those who support green policies like the ETS (check out my sky news contributions on supporting that)is just wrong.
    Despite what I said then, I now don’t like the ETS but, even though i believe the science is in, don’t support the carbon tax because I am told to.
    I wonder what Courtney will tell me to support next as I try to ingratiate myself with anyone who might help my career. Can anyone tell me what i believe in again? I keep forgetting.

    Posted by Birmo | March 19, 2011, 21:59
  6. Damn watermelons!

    Posted by Gary Rumain | March 19, 2011, 22:22
  7. The Wicked Witch of the (Inner)West

    From MacBeth

    “Double, double toil and trouble;
    Fire burn, and caldron bubble. ”

    Sound like anyone we know???

    Posted by Shirlee | March 19, 2011, 23:17
  8. One message the Greens won’t be removing with a broomstick.

    Posted by Danny | March 19, 2011, 23:23
  9. Nice work Vexnews!
    The Boycott was indeed a tool of the Nazis, as FB is a tool.

    The Arab League however, instituted their own boycott of JEWS way back in 1921.
    Today of course, the ecoMarxists Green type-people who shout hysterically that we must not fight in othereople’s wars
    happilty join the antiSemitic, antiWestern battles of Islamic terrorism.

    Congrats to whoever put up the signs!!

    Posted by Jill | March 19, 2011, 23:29
  10. Next Mural to go up tomorrow against Fiona Byrne is;

    GANGREEN , bad news.

    lets see how the media works with the concept Gangreen.

    Byrne needs to be stop at State level, and then remove from Local Government next!

    Posted by Sergio | March 20, 2011, 0:05
  11. One Sheila with Balls,I regoeon

    Posted by Brimbank Party hack | March 20, 2011, 1:04
  12. Maybe she is the one putting UP the posters?

    Posted by fiona | March 20, 2011, 11:18
  13. Posted by Josh | March 20, 2011, 12:17
  14. great article. enjoyable read.

    Posted by emmilly | March 20, 2011, 16:46
  15. I fully support a complete ban on Greens. If we can ban Al Qaeda then why not greens? They both have same agenda i.e. destruction of our way of life!

    Posted by Mark Sharma | March 20, 2011, 18:56
  16. Great article by Vexnews. It is interesting that the Greens have been taking down all the posters. What are they afraid of I wonder. To free speech, to democracy or and different ideas???? It seems so

    Posted by Ruth | March 20, 2011, 21:11
  17. I notice nowhere in your article does it say your beloved Labor Party actually put up the motion to boycott Israel and all the Labor councillors voted for it.

    Posted by hollyday | March 21, 2011, 11:19
  18. Poor Prince William, no royal should be subject to those two headed in breeds from Kerang!

    Posted by Kerang Bogans | March 21, 2011, 12:33
  19. [Israel is the only country in the world that has more trees today than it did 100 years ago. The world-famous Jewish National Fund was founded in 1901 when Israel had only 3500 acres of forest land. It’s now well in excess of 200,000 acres, with the JNF planting over 240 million trees in its years of existence.]

    You do know, of course, that most of this tree planting took place not on barren land but over the ruins of Palestinian villages and farmlands that had been emptied by refugees fleeing the fighting in 1948. This is why the forests largely consist of fast growing pine trees (an environmentally iffy choice) rather than the slower growing trees (mesquite etc.) that are native to the region. It was all about ‘facts on the ground’ – in this case the fact that what was once your village is now a pine forest.

    Posted by Zaf | March 21, 2011, 13:55
  20. what a lot of rubbish–Zaf.

    palestinian farmlands and villages!!!

    the area was totally depopulated because it was full of swamps and desert.

    it really hurts palestinian propagagandists that zionists BOUGHT land off arab and turkish owners, and then WORKED the barren land to build waterwaysand productive land.
    now the land is forested and grassed.

    so esy to see where israel ends and arab lands begin–just look out the window as the plane flies over.

    Posted by treesnot greens | March 21, 2011, 15:20
  21. It was obviously not Ian Cohen – he seems a man of principle compared to the Marrickville Greens

    Posted by the Insider | March 21, 2011, 15:38
  22. @treesnot greens

    [palestinian farmlands and villages!!!

    the area was totally depopulated because it was full of swamps and desert.]

    If the area was totally depopulated because it was barren, where did the Palestinians in the refugee camps come from? Peru?

    Posted by Zaf | March 21, 2011, 16:35
  23. Nice try ‘Zaf’.

    The people whose descendants now refer to themselves as Palestinians fled after they and their fellow Arabs declared war on the Jews (because they made no distinction between Jew and Israeli) and tried to drive them into the sea. Yes, the Israelis cleared some of them out of the way too. Just as you would have it had been your country that you had just succesfully defended from a foe who tried to wipe you out and tried to commit another genocide against the Jews.

    That doesn’t mean that the Israelis didn’t purchase vacant, unpopulated and barren land and transform it into the rich farmland and lush forests that we see today.

    Posted by gt | March 21, 2011, 19:52
  24. oy vey, again with the fantasy. (I assume gt is gin and tonic?) Let’s try again:


    The JNF has been criticized for planting non-native pine trees which are unsuited to the climate, rather than local species such as olive trees.[24] …The Israeli newspaper Maariv claimed that workers remove saplings daily to allow more tourists to plant the following day, but the JNF denied this and said it would sue the paper for libel.[26] The Union for Environmental Defense has criticized the fund’s forestry practices for “overreliance on highly flammable pine trees” and overuse of toxic herbicides, in the context of minimal government and public scrutiny.[26]

    Some forests have been planted for security reasons[27] and as a means of demarcating Israeli space.[21] Forests in the Negev Desert have been planted to restrict Bedouin herding.[28] After the 1948 war, forests were planted on the site of abandoned Arab villages whose inhabitants left or were expelled from their homes.[29] Olive trees, upon whose fruits and oil residents of the region traditionally relied, have also been cut down and replaced by pine and cypress trees.[30] As these forests have often been planted over the remains of Arab villages, critics say that JNF afforestation policy is aimed at erasing traces of the Arab presence prior to 1948 and covering up the demolition of Arab villages.[31] In 2008, in response to pressure by the Zochrot, an Israeli “Nakba” commemoration organization, the JNF announced that historical information plaques erected in JNF parks and forests will cite the names of the Arab villages formerly located there

    Posted by Zaf | March 21, 2011, 22:44
  25. @Zaf

    re [27] demarcating Israeli space: They’d hardly plant then over the border now, would they?

    Posted by Piv | March 22, 2011, 10:56
  26. […] Israel’s homophobic and racist enemies, including a notorious council boycott of the Jewish state. (source)Aspiring lawmaker Fiona Byrne admits theftAspiring Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly and […]

    Posted by The Bitches of Marrickville — Winds Of Jihad By SheikYerMami | March 22, 2011, 11:46
  27. If Carmel Tebutt loses Marrickville it will be because the Prime Minister can’t keep her bigoted mouth shut about gay marriage in the week before a state election and it will have nothing to do with how good or crazy the Greens candidate is.

    Posted by You Tool | March 22, 2011, 20:40
  28. it would be interesting to investigate the Greens view on eugenics after all they are behind the euthanasia push. This is very marxist determining who should live and who should die. I am sure if Fiona Byrne got her way she would instigate Hitler’s policy towards the disabled and the infirmed as well. After all that is green party politics determining who is socially useful and who must die

    Posted by laureen | March 23, 2011, 13:17
  29. Ah yes. The great Palestinian civilisation which existed in the area until a bunch of Jews turned up out of thin air and drove them out of their incredible villages and cities.

    Heard it all before.

    Nobody has ever been able to address the basic questions in A Japanese View of the Palestinians which asks:

    f you are so sure that “Palestine, the country, goes back through most of recorded history”, I expect you to be able to answer a few basic questions about that country of Palestine:

    When was it founded and by whom?

    What were its borders?

    What was its capital?

    What were its major cities?

    What constituted the basis of its economy?

    What was its form of government?

    Can you name at least one Palestinian leader before Arafat?

    Was Palestine ever recognized by a country whose existence, at that time or now, leaves no room for interpretation?

    What was the language of the country of Palestine?

    What was the prevalent religion of the country of Palestine?

    What was the name of its currency? Choose any date in history and tell what was the approximate exchange rate of the Palestinian monetary unit against the US dollar, German mark, GB pound, Japanese yen, or Chinese yuan on that date.

    And, finally, since there is no such country today, what caused its demise and when did it occur?


    Posted by Dan Lewis | March 23, 2011, 14:35
  30. Hehe, my first comments:)

    Posted by fapBlellNip | March 29, 2011, 17:28


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