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  • ross1948 7:34 am on October 13, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Cannabis referendum, Christchurch massacre, , , ,   

    NZ’s Pinko Princess, Cowering From Cannabis Candour? 


    One is naturally ill-disposed towards a woman like Ms. Ardern…

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    A close shot of a woman's head as she speaks at a press conferenceoooooo

    ….the NZ PM who used the awful gun violence at Christchurch…

    Going To Church? Think About This! 

    “In the same week as the awful attack on the mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand… more than two hundred Christians were killed in Nigeria.
    ….

    ….as an excuse disproportionately to hammer legitimate Kiwi fire-arms owners, and also, ludicrously, donned a headscarf…

    Mogherini, Just Like Julie Bishop, Betrays Iran’s Women! 

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    While she shakes the hands of these men, she thinks of the nine-year-old girls who are “legally” forced into marriage with the consent of the government?

    https://de.gatestoneinstitute.org/10912/feministinnen-dschihadisten

    ….the badge of sexist sectarianism, reducing herself to the level of Mogherini and Bishop, two other women oblivious to Islamist persecution of any Muslim female, young or old, who takes a stand against oppressive head-scarfing.

    But at least those actions were fairly blatant declarations of where she stands on the ideological spectrum.

    Not so her contemptible cowardice on drugs.

    New Zealanders are, this month, due to vote in a national referendum on cannabis.

     (Funny how countries can get referenda on cannabis but not about multicult, or immigration, or capital punishment, yeah?)

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    But Ardern is scared to tell the electorate which way she plans to vote!

    I’ve never heard of a talk-show host there named Duncan Garner, but on this issue at least, he was certainly on the ball when he called Ardern’s weaselly stance ‘a pathetic cop-out from the Prime Minister..

    …It was her Government who put this on the country’s agenda, it was her call and then she comes on this program and won’t tell us what her view is.

    “You’re a leader – have a view and grow some balls…”

    I wasn’t going to waste time on Ardern’s mealy-mouthing, but then saw that a Mr. Dogg, from the USA, had decided to stick his nose in.

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    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/entertainment/news/article.cfm?c_id=1501119

    So if an American ‘rapper’ may intrude, telling Kiwis how to vote, why not a humble blogger?

    PS – I wrote all that ages ago, but did not rush to publish, giving Ardern time to reconsider her arrogant recalcitrance.

    Now, however, as the vote draws nigh, more and more New Zealanders are becoming indignant, challenging her spurious arguments, as with this Kiwi commentator, who is not in any way aligned with the causes I usually support.

    On cannabis she makes three arguments: It is a conscience issue for the Labour Party so it would be inappropriate for her to have a public view as leader, it would be inappropriate for her to have a public view given the Government is running the referendum, and that she is entitled to the privacy of her vote.

    None of these hold up to scrutiny. Abortion is also a conscience issue for the Labour Party but Ardern made her views on that well known.

    The Government is no longer running the referendum in any meaningful way, the Electoral Commission is. And as the most important politician in the country, she doesn’t really get to have political privacy.

    Her life is her own, but her political views should be public property.

    After all, we know what party she will be voting for.

     

     
    • Delise NZ 9:45 am on October 13, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      She loves to pose and posture, like with her headscarf stunt and many voters don’t like it, or her policies.
      But the media love her and it shows.

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    • Leslie Woods 12:46 pm on October 14, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I never understand why people hail her as a heroine.
      Has she ever had a real job?

      Like

  • ross1948 6:05 pm on September 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Christchurch massacre, Christian genocide   

    Going To Church? Think About This! 


    “In the same week as the awful attack on the mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand… more than two hundred Christians were killed in Nigeria.

    Image result for double standards

    There was hardly any mention of the latter in the news.

    There were no marches for martyred Christians, no tolling of church bells ordered by governments, no ‘Je suis Charlie’ t-shirts… no public outrage at all.”

    Fr. Benedict Kiely, Crisis Magazine, September 4, 2019

     
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