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ISIS child abuse and indoctrination [video]

There nothing worse than child abuse in my book, and that can take many forms…physical, mental, torture, or sexual abuse….then there is this sort of abuse:

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Rodney Hide thinks the leftwing live in ‘perpetual anger and utter miserableness’

Rodney Hide explains in the NBR about his belief that the left wing live in ‘perpetual anger and utter miserableness’.

One of the reasons I am not a Lefty is their perpetual anger and utter miserableness. It renders them utterly unattractive. Theirs is not a club I wish to join.

If you doubt my characterisation take a look at the left-wing blogs The Standard or The Daily Blog. Or a school staffroom. Or Question Time, Morning Report or any newspaper.

Or compare John Key to Helen Clark.

It’s extraordinary, is it not? I don’t know an exception. There’s next to no difference in Ms Clark’s and Mr Key’s policies. In fact, there’s no difference. But there’s a world of difference in outlook and temperament because of their politics.

It’s been a lifelong puzzle to me. Why are Left Wingers so miserable and angry about, well, everything?

Why indeed?

We saw one of the nastiest election campaigns ever, with grotesque sign vandalism, criminal acts of hacking and demonisation of anyone opposed to the leftwing parties.

They even had the temerity to suggest it was they who were pure and the right who are nasty.

Central to the Left’s ideology is the belief that politicians have the power to make the world a better place. That’s how they think.

Now consider how that plays out in their heads.

That their lives aren’t better must make them bitter and twisted.  Their life is a constant proof that politicians aren’t doing what they are meant to or what they promised. Their miserable lot, or that of the fellow down the road, or the world in general, is the fault of politicians who, accordingly, must be uncaring, idiotic or crooked and, perhaps, all three. If politicians were genuine, the world would be a better place.

It never occurs to me that a politician would or could fix a thing. I am just happy they leave me mostly alone. I wish they would do better at it but I know how to keep myself out of their way.

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Sex crime former cop gets name suppression from dud judge

Some judges, precious few in my opinion, are good, others are crim hugging do-gooders who do more harm than good.

One such do-gooding dud judge has given name suppression to a former cop whose crimes were described by the judge thus:

Judge Tony Zohrab said the victim impact statement made for “distressing reading” and the woman had suffered significant emotional damage because of the offending.

“She describes the nervousness and the fear she feels living in a remote area as a consequence of this incident,” he said.

What was the crime?

A former police officer who carried a woman into bushes and indecently assaulted her has been granted permanent name suppression.

The man, who was not a Nelson officer, appeared in the Nelson District Court for sentencing yesterday on charges of indecently assaulting a woman and performing an indecent act in September 2011.

The man was in Nelson for a colleague’s stag party when he met a woman he went to school with in a bar, said the police summary of facts.

They arranged to meet for a drink after she had finished work.

After the meeting, she offered to drop him off in central Nelson, near Queens Gardens.

As they were saying goodbye the man, who was a police officer at the time, kissed her, forcing his tongue into her mouth and pressing her into the seat.

The woman pushed him off and got out of the car.

He followed, hugged her, picked her up around the waist and carried her into bushes, where he took off his pants and forced her to touch his genitals.

The offending took place on September 24, 2011.

 

And why did the Judge give this scumbag name suppression?

The judge said name suppression was justified because further publicity about the offending would cause extreme hardship for the defendant’s wife and children.

The man and his wife were in “fragile” mental states following previous criminal proceedings, he said.

“This is one of those situations where a merciful approach should be taken, despite the nature of the offending which reflects poorly on you.” Any details that might identify him were suppressed.

A merciful approach?

The guy is s criminal and hounded and sexually assaulted a woman who now lives in fear with her own fragile state and the judge thinks only of the crim.

We don’t have a justice system…we have a legal system.

 

– Fairfax

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Is it ok to be a ‘Moderate’ pedophile?

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One of the main arguments people use when faced with the horrifying and barbaric acts committed by followers of Islam ( such as setting an Eleven year old girl on fire after raping her for wearing lipstick ) is to say that yes that is terrible but that was a fundamentalist Muslim or that was a militant Muslim who did that. Most Muslims are Moderate and are not like that.

Let’s see how this this common defence stacks up when we use the word pedophile in conjunction with the word moderate.Does it sound like a reasonable argument?

Moderate pedophiles say that the actions of fundamentalist and militant pedophiles here and overseas do not represent their beliefs. They point to the differences between them. The fundamentalist pedophiles go too far in their relationships with young children says the head of the Auckland Pedophile Organisation. We love children and honour them. We do not force them into a marriage nor do we rape them or kidnap them like the militant pedophiles. Our children willingly enter into loving relationships with our members as they have been brought up to understand that pedophilia is normal in our culture and is what is expected of them.We treat them well and when we discipline them for not following our rules we do not use the methods that the fundamentalist and militant pedophiles use. Stoning and setting children on fire is not what pedophilia is all about. It is about a loving sexual relationship with a child.We want New Zealanders to be tolerant of our differences.We want our culture to be respected. We want our own schools so that our children will not be exposed to the different belief system of the western world.We want Pedo law imposed in the areas of Auckland that are now mainly populated by our members. We should not be subjected to Western laws that do not recognise our different belief system.

We caution the New Zealand Government to think twice before joining other countries in their attacks on fundamentalist pedophiles overseas as we cannot guarantee that this will not result in violence occurring in New Zealand by Moderate pedophiles here who feel that any attack on fundamentalist pedophiles is an attack also on their Moderate beliefs.

**NOTE: the above is an example of Satire. There is no official Auckland Pedophile Organisation.

Islam as an ideology is fundamentally wrong. Women do not have equal rights. They are controlled and are considered chattels. Pedophilia is not condemned by Islam as the founder of their religion was a pedophile. It is an ideology that has at its very centre a belief that Islam must dominate the world and convert all to their belief system. It is a belief system that sees Muslims as being superior to the infidels which are you and I.

The word moderate is a smoke screen. You cannot be a moderate vegetarian you either only eat vegetables or you don’t ( in which case you are not a vegetarian. )You cannot be a moderate hetrosexual, you either are attracted to the opposite sex or you aren’t. How you dress it up is irrelevant as your core belief is what you are. At the very core of Islam is the belief that women are to be controlled, that women are chattels,that infidels are inferior,that marriage to a Pre-pubescent child is ok and that the world must be converted to and dominated by Islam.

We may find a head scarf more palatable to our sensibilities than a Burqa but the belief system behind the rational for forcing a woman to wear it is exactly the same. It is not about modesty it is about control.There is nothing moderate about that.

 

 

And we still want Islamic immigrants?

When you read the article at the NZ Herald about the 11 year old rape victim in Afghanistan being disowned by her family for dishonouring them then you really do have to wonder why we entertain letting Islamic immigrants into NZ.

All around the world we see the perils of such immigration where enclaves and no-go zones are formed and shariah law imposed.

We do not tolerate the subjucation of women in New Zealand yet we remain silent with increasing numbers of burqa clad females strolling our cities, subjugated by stone age belief systems….in New Zealand.

This wouldn’t be an issue but for the fact that Islamic migrants in particular tend to not want to integrate into our society, instead they want to apply their belief systems upon us.

It is time to have a re-think….otherwise we will be importing beliefs like this into NZ…at least if we did continue down this path then Tania Billingsley would actually have a real rape culture to deal with…unfortunately for her though they will simply tell her to shut up and put her burqa back on or face stoning.

An Afghan cleric has been jailed for 20 years for raping an 11-year old girl, after the child confronted her attacker in court despite fierce family opposition.

Activists said the girl appeared in court after being taken to a women’s shelter for safety from some members of her own family, who had threatened to kill her for bringing “dishonour” on them.

The sentence, passed by a court in Kabul on Saturday, came just weeks after five men were hanged for the gang-rape of four adult women and was hailed as a victory by activists.   Read more »

About political songs

Some wise advice from a music blogger at Fairfax…see MSM have blogs too.

Funny works, nasty backfires.

The band @Peace really screwed up. You only have to click on that Wiki link to see how they’re going to be remembered. They released a song threatening to kill John Key – and then went into a swift panic, explaining that it was really all about mobilising young voters. The rallying cry included reference to sleeping with Key’s daughter. It wasn’t (quite) a statement of rape – but it’s a blunt and nasty use of the term, it’s a leading statement – “one of these days I’m going to f*** your daughter”. It could be very easily construed as a threat, an act of violence.

Musicians and writers love to claim that freedom of speech is so important – the band’s frontman Tom Scott has asked us to respect his right to express his disappointment in the leader of the country.

But he’s only killed one thing here – the credibility of the left; this just makes it far too easy for the right and any right supporters to (further) paint the left as a bunch of crackpots – conspiracy theorists, loons.

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A dud judge

Time and again we are seeing dud judges going soft on criminals.

We have highlighted Justice Helen Winkelmann before and her inconsistencies.

But yesterday she had an absolute shocker.

Burying your son after a brutal beating is every parent’s worst nightmare.

Seeing the attackers walk free, despite an admission of guilt, is Mona and Brent Dudleys’ reality.

The West Auckland family, who lost their “kind-hearted” 15-year-old boy Stephen in June last year, are reeling from a judge’s decision not to convict the teen who assaulted him before his death.

The 18-year-old, whose name is permanently suppressed, attacked Stephen after a rugby practice – punching him in the neck and continuing the attack while Stephen was on the ground.

Justice Helen Winkelmann’s decision to grant the teen a discharge without conviction prompted an angry outburst from the Dudleys in court yesterday.   Read more »

Deja Vu…all over again

That tweet reminded me of this:

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Face of the day

I am a strong woman and I believe in freedom of speech. Freedom of speech means that both sides of every issue get to be discussed. It does not mean that discussion is shut down because one side labels the others speech as ‘ Rape culture ‘ or dismisses it because it was written by a man and the issue is only relevant in their opinion to women.

Jan Logie

Jan Logie

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Pull your head in Paula

Paula Bennett has seriously dropped in my estimation with her latest prognostication about the so-called “rape culture” in New Zealand.

New Zealanders need to change the way they respect each other, in order to abolish our rape culture.

That’s the message from the Minister for Sexual Violence Services, Paula Bennett.

It comes after Tania Billingsley appeared on 3rd Degree last night, opening up about her alleged assault by Muhammad Ismail in her Wellington home.

The Minister agrees with Ms Billingsley’s belief that New Zealand has a rape culture.

“You can certainly see it in pretty much a pub or a nightclub in New Zealand on most weekends to be quite frank.”

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