New Zealand is not a country that has a great deal of respect for it’s men – well those it still has.
It shows in the country’s demographics with the ratio to women in some areas now as low as 87:100. Men are happy to leave, find more congenial environments, and not come back.
Many will not return, as they are now a criminal in their homeland, liable to arrest for not paying the state debt for their education or child tax.
Even amongst those that remain, physical presence is not necessarily accompanied by any spirit of patriotism.
But, it still houses a society that feminists will continue to love and glorify; they will, so long as it can afford their insatiable sense of entitlement and endless demands.
Has this year been any different?
Politicians continue to ingratiate themselves for the female vote; the leader of the opposition opening his party’s election campaign by apologising for being a man.
The harvesting of tall poppies continues, with the exit of Roger Sutton from the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority, tarred with the coat tail of sexual harassment (even though he didn’t come anywhere near close to the legal threshold of this crime).
Yes, the law of a woman said so, is alive and well.
The sympathy train is still running on time, with criminality amongst women trivialised at every opportunity. Yes, what did happen to that woman who … yes, that case did just disappear from the news, didn’t it.
Our obsessive feminist media continue to censor male opinion whilst religiously pursuing any news that vilifies men, and glorifies women – it’s reached the level of hate campaign.
Speaking of hate campaigns, the disgraced former Family Court principal judge who now leads New Zealand’s White Ribbon Campaign has been proposed as one of the nominees for New Zealander of the year.
The saints of feminism held high.
So, did men have any wins in New Zealand this year, or were we served up more of the same-old same-old feminist parc?
Will 2015 be any different?