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Eyore Eyore he ought to tell that joke to everybody.
What did Trevor Mallard say to the new Building and Construction Minster Shane Jones — Is our house really falling down?
I think he said to Shane,
“Helen’s trying to banish factions”.
Trevor just told Shane that 80% of the kiwi population are against the nanny state government , for example , people polled – objecting to the socialist smacking saga that saw Chester kiss Sue . What a load of tripe our pathetic politicians are !!
Sadly, I’ve just figured out what is going on. Fortunately, I believe, in time. There is a lot more to figure out yet, obviously but it is a good start.
The reason why Margaret Wilson didn’t put in the COC proper is because “it” had to not be put in “proper”. It was the Act of erosion of patriarchy where patriarcy was to be distinguished as rule and due process. So every person that gets jailed gets jailed in this fiction about how they really don’t need to be jailed just yet because eventually no one will need to be jailed.
Putting in the COC a day late is seen as a good thing because it erodes discipline as they call it: Subtly and badly missing the point that discipline has nothing at all to do with punishment. Discipline is about direction. You always have to keep to direction by following due process. Otherwise you quite simply “crap out”.
And additional to this, it is not reasonable to just stop obeying law because “you” think that is a good idea. Disobeying the “rule” of law is a thing that would have to be done in a democratic way. Otherwise it is sinister.
I figured it out when I couldn’t figure out why Helen Clark doesn’t bow to the Speaker. The I noticed Ruth Dyson doing the same thing. Then I saw Annete King do this. The next day Ruth Dyson bowed and then the next day she didn’t.
So why bow to the Speaker?
Because if you do not bow to the Speaker you have no ability to perform in respect and the rules of process are left to teh adjudication and settign of one authority. In this case, the Queen being set up is Helen Clark.
The important thing to do from this point is not to get angry and violent where this thing termed in idiotic sense as a rude word of “patriarchy” has been religilously undermined but to get active bringing this erosion of due process to the attention of the working administrations.
Pete you said you wanted revenge. Just keep on pushing in dedication and faith. Faith will erode the events because it is right to believe in God. God will judge. You just need to stay your ground with discipline, its tolerance, using and standing to due process as necessary in order to function.
If the rule of “patriarchy” is to be broken without recognising every child has a right to a developmental association with dad and it “should” be right for that condition of existence to be broken then it Shall never be broken by cheating that process. It would be broken in honesty instead, not using the children as an instrument of terrible deceipt and discrimination.
(of a) fathers coalition.
What did Trevor say……
I’m getting a new job, Minister for the working environment, and I make no apology for trashing anyone elses reputation to get there.
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