Sunday, January 16, 2011


Two contrasting views on the scraps of society today.

Laws calling it as it is again. Liberals hiding their heads in the sand, refusing to recognize, let alone act against the ferals.

And this hand-wringing ninny talks about collectivist shame. Ours, of course- not the bum's and dero's.


Anonymous said...

Like all things the truth is somewhere between the opposing views although I like Law's opinion more.

I have a mate (retired) who runs a bible study group in a prison. He says there is profound relief on the faces of Maori when he can explain and show they need not fear the Maori sprituality that is so ingrained in the culture. Maori spirituality will be part of the problem yet we have virtually legislated an acceptance of the dark art that was seriously dented, to good effect, in the 1800's.

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