Thursday, November 22, 2007

Probably explains why the comments the Left leave on this Blog are facile if not puerile. Don't the bullies at School always lash out 'coz they can't read?
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Saturday, November 17, 2007

Is the Peter Davis, Sociology Department, Auckland University signed to this letter aka Mr Helen Clark?

Is has got to be the same woman. Extra-ordinary links being drawn by Mrs. Davis - linking tobacco advertising bans to limiting rights to 'purchase' free speech. Saying the EFB does not diminish free speech. Well hello - you are in a minority of two - you and your husband if you believe that. Try asking Ros Noonan, Chief Human Rights Commissioner - who described the Bill: a "dramatic assault" on freedom of expression and the right to participate in an election and concluded emphatically that it breached the Bill of Rights Act 1990...
Or perhaps you prefer John Roughan
Back to Sociology Dr Davis.

Friday, November 16, 2007

When Thinking About the Protestations of Innocence from the Urewera 17 remember one thing.

falsus in uno falsus in omnibus

false in one thing, false in everything

New Zeal: Not So Happy Valley Campers-Green Party Links to the "Urewera 17"

New Zeal: Not So Happy Valley Campers-Green Party Links to the "Urewera 17"
No Surprise the Greens are Linked to Terror Plots in Urewera's

Readers of this blog will recall the specific and direct linkages between the New Zealand Green Party and the Baader-Meinhof Gang and their offshoot the Red Army Faction. These groups became infamous in the late sixties and into the 1970's in (West) Germany slaying industrialists and bankers and blowing up department stores. Attacking the institutions of the time without regard for the rest of society was their raison d'ĂȘtre.

I've blogged before to point out the constitutional links between the New Zealand and German Greens and how they have never eschewed their violent past or more importantly their ready resort to violence to achieve their political aims.

I note with high interest New Zeal's Trevor Loudon has a detailed discussion linking the Greens' to current and ongoing anarchic and illegal activity in New Zealand, with specific links back to the Urewera 17. It is a good and informative read.

The Greens being a party of pacifists is oxymoronic. These people seem to have always believed their cause justified violent means.

It has taken the Urewera 17 and its aftermath to expose it.

The lack of will to pose Terrorism charges is now looking distinctly political.

All of a sudden Labour realised their coalition buddies were in the gun - if you'll pardon the cliche.