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Thu 3rd December 2015

The honouring of Rory Malone

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 9:09 am

Lance Corporal Rory Patrick Malone was killed, aged 26, during an incident in the northeast of Bamyan Province, Afghanistan in August 2012.

This of course is one extreme of the dichotomy of New Zealand Society. Malone will be posthumously honoured for his courage under fire. The State will hold this man high, and glorify his death, as an example of the potential sacrifices expected on men on behalf of society, and in defence of the security of our society.

Lance Corporal Malone, 26, son, brother and partner from West Auckland was gunned down and killed protecting his brothers in arms.

You’re a hero if you die on the job.

Balance this against a very good article here by Ministry of Men’s affairs, after the bitching by the women’s political sector, and the claim that women suffer financial discrimination in our society, earning 12% less, which effectively means they work the weeks before Xmas for free.

Then look at the society Malone died for, adequately described here in another article showing the peacetime battlefront he was protecting.

The war against men in New Zealand Society, the other end of the Dichotomy.

Don’t expect posthumous honouring anytime soon guys.

If there’s one thing that is a total military failure in New Zealand it’s the CDF (Commander Defence Forces)

LIEUTENANT GENERAL TIMOTHY (TIM) KEATING, MNZM, WRA

gratuitously honouring himself, with an award from the State of the Bitch – White Ribbon Ambassador.

8 Responses to “The honouring of Rory Malone”

  1. JONO says:

    One must look at the differences here. Service personnel who serve overseas do so voluntarily whereas men do not necessarily volunteer to become ex-husbands and non-custodial parents subject to legal harassment from Courts, Police and IRD. In these situations the “no-fault” divorce law definitely favors the female custodial parent.

  2. Downunder says:

    Let’s make that an apple to apple comparison, Jono.

    You volunteer to join the army knowing that you may have to go to war and you may die protecting your (your family/your friends/your country)

    You volunteer to marry a woman knowing that you may have to accept her gratuitous violence, and you may have to go to war with the State, if you decides you’re the enemy.

  3. GIJoe says:

    I agree with Jono. This is not the issue, if a female officer had died (unlikely but possible) she would have been treated in the same way. I hope that the MENZ movement doesn’t mimic militant feminism by becoming woman haters. I love women, and I always will : )

    Have a look at a new feminist hero of mine. The brilliant anti-feminist Christina Hoff Summers is blazing a new trail within feminism, I hope we as a MENZ movement can take women in New Zealand on a journey away from the toxic lows feminism have taken our country to.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/11527238/Meet-the-feminist-who-is-sticking-up-for-men.html

  4. Downunder says:

    if a female officer [soldier] had died (unlikely but possible)

    Google Lance Corporal Jacinda Baker

    But you’re expressing the same dichotomy in a different way. It’s ok for men at one end to get the shit kicked out of them, because we’re doing the right thing for a special few girls at the other.

  5. phil watts says:

    soldiers and police kidnappers and murderers are good obedient minions for the elite. of course the elite will pretend to honour them with pieces of metal and empty words. Only idiots thing the ‘govt’ and ‘police’ mafia parasites work for the people of the land.

    they kidnap and breach unalienable 5050 parenting rights against 50,000 children per year in new zealand ffs without trial by jury.

  6. phil watts says:

    the police mafia kidnapped me for calling the police when my daughter told me and the ‘supervisor’, JANICE SNEDDON, that she didn’t feel safe with her mother and all the strange men she was made to have sleepovers with. the police mafia ignored my asking them to rescue my children kidnapped against their will by the breach of human rights unlawful ‘protection’ order ‘domestic violence’ govt mafia scam. the supervisor and lawyer for child (CHRIS DELLABARCA) and police have failed to protect my children. they are accomplices to the kidnapping torture against me and my children. not one person in nz has offerred to assist in mediation or communications between me and my children so i can protect them.

    4.5million child abusers in nz.

    those who do nothing are accomplices.

  7. Man X Norton says:

    ‘phil watts’ (#6): No we’re not.

  8. phil watts says:

    i have asked for help for my children and no one has tried to help them.

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