Thursday November 2, 2006 - 10:00am WST
For Immediate Release
"The Greens are the political party best placed to cause "a complete riot of fury" amongst perhaps a million young people between 18 and 30 years of age, who must already be absolutely furious over the ABC's axing of the highly popular Comedy In Current Affairs' show' The Glass House, just a day after a Liberal Senator - Senator Fierravanti-Wells - too laughter-phobic to love the award-winning ABC television show did the dirty deed on behalf of the Australian government, a government that has now become a nightmare to the proportions of George Orwell", WA Rights Group Project SafeCom said this morning.
"There are a million young people out there, who may, without being inspired by true humanness and compassion, because there is a serious shortage of spiritual leadership amongst politicians, who may choose to submit a donkey-vote or not vote at all next year - also as a result of the mean legislation that prevents them from voting once they have discovered that there's an election on," spokesman Jack H Smit said.
"The Greens have no ethical problems in supporting a massive protest; and in the process of mobilizing a million young people they can and should also make them aware that they need to register to vote before it's too late, and they will then be the party that will snap up their votes."
For more information:
Jack H Smit
Project SafeCom Inc.
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