On January 9, blogger Peregrin Wood posted an article on the news blog Irregular Times, citing dissatisfaction with three candidates for the Green Party’s 2016 presidential nomination. Of the three, the article specifically mentions progressive activist Robert Milnes in its title, proclaiming “No. No. Please No,” at the possibility of Milnes representing the Green Party in 2016.
The article reads as follows:
Memo to the Green Party, such as it is: Please, can someone over there step forward as a serious presidential candidate soon? Here’s who we’ve got as Green Party presidential candidates so far:
Midge Potts, a die-hard 9/11 truther [and transgender activist] . . .
[Potential candidate] Charles Brannan, an 82 year-old man who . . . believes he has been called by the Holy Spirit to begin a rebellion against the government of the United States . . .
This leaves us with Robert Milnes. Milnes promotes the idea of an alliance between the Green Party and the Libertarian Party, which at first sounds interesting. Then, one reads why Milnes wants this alliance to take place: To protect himself from Jews.“Now upon looking back on this, the fucking bastards Zionists had time and wherewithal to carry out a heinous covert operation. Their target, ME, ME you fucking bastards, not some old ladies attacking from the shadows. I’m here, at The PLAS Place you pussy shit bastards,” he writes. “The Nazis should be allowed to caucus with the libertarians. At least on an experimental basis. Much as the commies should be allowed to caucus with the Greens. We need all the allies we can muster. All bring something to the table. All have their baggage. The Nazis bring awareness of the common enemy-The Zog, to the table.”
In response to the article, Milnes commented, “Note I said Zionists, not Jews. BIG diference.”
Milnes then asked if anyone had information on his ban from the Green Party news blog Green Party Watch. He has yet to receive a response.
Others could possibly seek the Green nomination. According to Politics1, the party’s 2012 presidential nominee Jill Stein is considered a potential candidate for 2016.