After quickly having flown to St. Regina after the founding of her United Green Front, Judy Speller joined the ALDGE members at the conference and took to the stand, barely having prepared a speech.
"Thank you very much indeed for having me. Even though my party is barely a week old, I feel it has a large consensus in my country, Inimicus. I am honoured to be allowed to speak to you today. I would also like to take a moment to commemorate my beloved father, who was unrightfully put to death after being accused of attempting to assassinate the Inimician Emperor, William. Jeffrey Speller, I am who I am because of you, and I am sure I would not be here if not for your effort to provide for a safer, greener Inimicus.
The United Green Front of Inimicus is a welcome party, for it provides a political refuge for millions of Green voters who could not trust any MP since the abolishment of the former Green Party in October 2013. I am extremely grateful to Emperor Artabnos, the first Inimician Emperor who has shown benevolence towards Green voters. Without him, the UGF would not even be an imagination. I am sure the UGF will manage to get many votes in the next Inimician General Elections, and perhaps even provide a European Councillor in possible upcoming European Elections.
Speaking of Inimician European Councillors, I find it an absolute shame that the Party of National Pride has provided for every Inimician Councillor to date. Nicholas Benfield was the worst councillor I have ever seen. His phoney climate change denial and bigoted anti-gay sentiments were a disgrace to the EU and Inimicus. I was favourable to Sir Augustus Barrington, but I still find it a shame he refused to vote for a better European Union by blocking the Marriage Recognition Act. Admittedly, he did a good job as Commissioner for Foreign Affairs. Less so in the office of Defence and Peacekeeping, though. His replacement, Ralph Jaevons, seems to be more constructive, despite being a eurosceptic. I still feel guilty about the rejection of the first Ocean Protection Act and the Marriage Recognition Act.
It is time to more Europe into a different direction. We need more climate legislation if we want to continue living on this beautiful planet. Inimicus is a true horror scenario when it comes to green policies. Nearly fifty nuclear fission reactors have been erected since the 1950s, and research into nuclear fusion is heavily subsidised. Contrary to this, wind, solar and tidal power sources are virtually non-existent. I would like to see European legislation to ensure this changes.
I am afraid I don't have much more for you today. I wanted to introduce myself to the ALDGE, and show that also Inimicus has a large green consensus. I thank you warmly for your time, and hope we can work together for a greener, liberal European Union"
The crowd applauded as Ms Speller vacated the stand