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Mon 10th April 2006

Jack Boots and Brown Skirts.

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 10:57 am

Like any political leader Helen Clark is the moderate face
of the organisation. It is the common mind that is of most
concern, and in this case the seriously sick people are in
the back room. Sad for one young women who got close enough
to hear these people think aloud. Her response – I’m
leaving this country and I’m never coming back. The
maturity of this bright young mind is a saving grace for the
individual, but sadly for our country, there goes another of
our brightest and our best.

It has been the experience of some men to leave – an act of
self preservation, of some men to die – an act of
desperation, of some men to capitulate – an act of self
interest, of some men to retaliate – an act of righteous
indignation, of some men to observe – an act of apathy, of
some men to accept – an act of resignation, and of some men
to resist the advance of copybook fascism, but there is a
glimmer of hope for our society when we see that women are
beginning to understand this insanity.
Lets hope amongst those bright young minds there is a new
generation of women who have better a understanding of what
is required to maintain a successful society.

Regardless of gender, leadership of totalitarian thuggary always ends in
misery and suffering.

5 Responses to “Jack Boots and Brown Skirts.”

  1. Jadie says:

    Yes, we can only hope the next generation will do better than this. However, given the fact I have to deal with a primary school teacher, who is very abusive, hates males, feels there is no place for fathers in a childs life and attempts to kidnap a child. I only wonder what she is infact passing on to her class room children’s very minds? The malicoius issues have required police attention. She even refused to tell the father where the child was going to school! The psychological abuse inflicted on the child by this teacher is unreal…’mum said dad dosent love me’…mum said to hate him….mum said dads a loser. hmmmmmm I only hope that the children want take on board to much of this teachers role modeling!!!

  2. Stephen says:

    Hey Bevan,
    That’s a first.
    Why would she want to leave all that female entitlement behind?
    What was the issue she left over?
    I’m intrigued.

  3. Bevan Berg says:

    It was a combination of personal values and a fear of what was on the drawing board. Not everyone subscribes to the dictum of go with the flow, but they don’t necessarily feel able to swim against the tide either. Many people deserted Germany pre WW2 for the same reason.

  4. Al D Rado says:

    I don’t remember pre WW2 Germany …

  5. Bevan Berg says:

    Neither do I, but those that came to NZ, got locked up on Sommes Island in Wellington Harbour for their trouble.

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