Australia Hanson blames Greens, Labor for bushfire crisis

15:08  14 november  2019
15:08  14 november  2019 Source:   skynews.com.au

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With fires out of control and more dangerous conditions due, most residents are fleeing their homes.

One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson says "if anything, I blame the Greens and the Labor Party" for contributing to the severity of the bushfire crisis gripping the nation.

Ms Hanson said left-leaning political parties contributed to the severity of the bushfires by opposing fire reduction practices such as burn-offs that would clear fire 'fuel'.

Fuel is live and dead vegetation, including twigs, leaves and bark, that accumulates over time.

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The Greens are being blamed for the increased bushfire risk as two states face catastrophic fire danger today. Nationals MP Barnaby Joyce has slammed The Greens saying it had increased the bushfire threat due to its opposition to backburning.

An Australian MP has been widely condemned for saying two people who died in bushfires in New South Wales were “I acknowledge the two people who died were most likely people who voted for the Green party. He said the criticism was aimed at people who were trying to blame Greens voters.

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 13: General view of a destroyed home following bushfire damage on November 13, 2019 in Rainbow Flat, Australia. Catastrophic fire conditions - the highest possible level of bushfire danger - have eased across greater Sydney, Illawarra and Hunter areas thanks to a slight cool change, however dozens of bushfires are still burning. A state of emergency, as declared by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian on Monday, is still in effect, giving emergency powers to Rural Fire Service Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons and prohibiting fires across the state. (Photo by Sam Mooy/Getty Images)

"They are the ones to blame for all this," Ms Hanson told Sky News host Andrew Bolt.

"As long as people keep voting for them we're going to have these horrific bushfires because the fuel is there to make it worse," Ms Hanson said.

"They won't allow the farmers to actually clean up their own properties".

Ms Hanson continued to say global warming "has nothing to do" with the widespread bushfires raging across the country.

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