we are kind of busy with practical day to day stuff – adapting clothing, appointment with therapists, doctors, researching…and so on. So time to be politically active is more limited
Nah, joking aside I see this as the biggest reason that society as a whole has a responsibility to act on behalf. It is so easy to ignore those that are tied down by the chores of everyday life, that they have no energy to fight for their rights.
This whole thing just makes me so impotently furious. And the impotence just makes me more furious. Seriously, what can be done? Pretty much fucking nothing, as best I can tell, because these fuckers sure don’t give a fuck about public opinion. And I’m quite certain that nowhere near enough people who own guns are going to get outraged and storm Parliament for it to matter.
That sounds suspiciously like something I would say…
5 day old Son? Congratulations Matthew.
That has been the problem all along I reckon, goes to show what a good system Datacom have that has been serving us well for years. No doubt the problems will gradually disappear, either by luck or fortitude, at a huge cost that will be borne by the hapless people of NZ.
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Bearing in mind the vociferous hatred the right had for "9 Long Years" and beyond and the fact that she has been an MP since 1981 whereas John Key has been playing politics since only, well...
In 1998, on learning of his interest in pursuing a political career, the National Party president John Slater began working actively to recruit him. Former party leader Jenny Shipley describes him as one of the people she "deliberately sought out and put my head on the line–either privately or publicly–to get them in there"
This "Shoulder Tapping" lark seem rife with this bunch.
The disdain that John key shows to his opponents is nauseating. He is only interested in the desires of the Wunch of Bankers in his vicious circle of friends.
Or maybe one of these guys.
Actually "Those Guys" are one.
The hive mind of the far right.
"For the advancement of the Individual, we are the Individual"
Wow. I’m so glad the Mr Key and his mates are protecting us against attack by these guys.
I think he is one of those guys.
I laughed at Senior Sargent Tim Anderson -
Whenever I see a cop on tv
it strikes me that something is wrong
the the words that they speak could almost be Greek
And I wonder... "what is he on?"
Meanwhile, I found security at Vector a bit stressy
I too have had a gutsful of Vector security and I am not alone.
I was refused entry to the "Arena" with a beer I had bought from the bar, can't remember who was playing, Weller I think. They made me go back to the bar to drink it,
there I had the misfortune to be accosted by a very drunk punter who proudly told me that he had been thrown out once but got back in by buying another ticket,
Another time an acquaintance regaled me with a delightful story of slipping up and into a puddle of vomit in one of the entry lobbies, then being told to "Watch it" by security. Security? pah!.
…as a mark of proper respect I see NZ is sending our most apt politician to see her interred…
I would expect to see the entire National Govt. inturd, Very soon.