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males getting in the way yet again!!

Filed under: General — triassic @ 12:17 pm Fri 16th December 2005

I was stunned and aghast at today’s news that a policeman was able to rescue a child in Mt Maunganui yesterday. Sergeant Dave Thompson found the girl 45 minutes after she was taken by a youth in a car while walking to school with her 7-year-old brother. Are there not police women who could have handled this case? Why was Dave Thompson in a position where he could be alone with this already frightened and vulnerable child? I trust the Police Commissioner with the help from Children Commissioner Cindy Kiro and the Air NZ “policy by simplicity” committee, will put end to this.

It stands to reason that where children are concerned only female officers should work on the case. We are lucky in this incident that Dave Thompson is not a paedophile but a loving and caring Officer whose instinct to protect a child paid off. However, how long can we rely on luck. Are all male Officers SAFE? Children’s safety must come first.

As Hitler once said in the early 30’s “….. Where there has been a proven incident of a people who have betrayed the trust invested in them by the state, they must then be eliminated for the welfare of the state.” I’m not suggesting we should eliminate men, goodness no! just keep them bringing in the money and away from children.

sent to EDITOR NZ Herald


  1. beautiful. touche!

    Comment by john self — Fri 16th December 2005 @ 3:44 pm

  2. No, sorry, just cant believe this letter would ever have been published. If the letter was sent, it would have been sent by some total whacko!

    Comment by Morris Lindsay — Fri 16th December 2005 @ 9:48 pm

  3. Was the police officer wearing a fther christmas outfit?
    Why was he seated next to an unaccompanied child?

    We need an inquiry.

    Comment by Al D Rado — Mon 19th December 2005 @ 7:47 am

  4. Why does this article sound like some drippy, dopey and needs to get over himself BROTHER. Dude – stop shitting on a brother out there doing his job the point being the girl was saved and safe – I also wonder how you’d feel if it was your CHILD – I would suggest you present material in the future that ain’t dribble!

    Comment by Shane Williams — Mon 19th December 2005 @ 8:35 pm

  5. Wonderful satirical writing Triassic.
    You send up the misandric attitudes of many of NZs powers that be beautifully.

    Comment by Stephen — Wed 21st December 2005 @ 1:10 pm

  6. Thank you for your satirical view Triassic. Did the herald publish it? I would be shocked if they did as you hit the nail right on the head.

    Hail Hitler and the final solution (castration at birth)

    Comment by jack — Wed 21st December 2005 @ 2:42 pm

  7. Has the writer considered that this policeman (a man who used local knowledge of his patch) most likely prevented a murder?
    Your comments sicken me. Why in this country is everything reduced to the level of the lowest common denominator? Can we not just be grateful someone acted swiftly (who cares if its a man or woman doing the rescuing) and prevented a far greater tragedy? Do yourself a favour – lighten up. Not all men are perverts, there are scumbags out there of both sexes – have faith in most peoples normalcy and decency. Merry Christmas.

    Comment by willy — Thu 22nd December 2005 @ 1:53 am

  8. Hello Willy, thanx for your comments. Your final words requesting we “…..have faith in most peoples normalcy and decency” succinctly states the problem we now face in NZ. For too long have males sat back and allowed bitter women and misguided men to undermine our gender without defence. Normalcy and decency are the victims of the ‘gender war‘ along with the human rights of the children born from our seed.

    I wrote this article from a cynical and satirical viewpoint. If this article sickens you it should also frighten you into action as it reflects the thinking of many of the agencies that purport to have our children’s interest at heart. Have a Merry Xmas and have a thought for the thousands of kids who will feel particularly sad on that day because they won’t see their dad.

    Comment by triassic — Thu 22nd December 2005 @ 5:26 am

  9. that is one sick letter,and is the reason the world is so fucked up. You need help.

    Comment by Andy R — Mon 9th January 2006 @ 9:38 pm

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