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You absolutely pathetic people.

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 12:13 am Fri 27th July 2007

Should the age of criminal responsibility be lowered to 12?

Stuff poll.

Yes (3890 votes, 81.1%)

No (906 votes, 18.9%)

Can’t anyone remember what you where doing when you where 12 years old, when you where in form one. You really did have an understanding of the ways of the world, in total control of ever decision you made, and every mistake you made. You weren’t relying on your teachers and parents for guidance and help.

You pathetic people. Childhood should be the abundance of your blessings, not the condemnation of your failings. What is New Zealand — a country of savagery and ignorance.

If these children do not know the difference between right and wrong its your problem – it doesn’t matter if they are your children or not you need to decide who owns them – the parents or the state. When you have decided that, then decide who you support, it is either the parents or the state.

Think carefully because you are decideing the fate of the next generation.


  1. Oh this is going to be good. Really good.
    First the state incentivised massive fatherlesness. Then thousands of underparented (usually underfathered) kids start running feral and if this poll is anything to go by the poor young buggers are then are going to be criminalised (probably mostly young boys bursting with thier first flush of testosterone. A feminazzi’s dream come true – further social control over males!!
    The socialist-feminist state like all socialist states before it – hungry ogre makes another attempt to grow and grow feeding off the lives of the people with increasing interferance into the private affairs of people and control – which in turn creates more problems – which in turn leads to more political controls being put in place.
    Pathetic indeed, I agree Bevan.
    Still, many of the folks as CYSTS will have lots more paperwork to do.
    It’ll keep people in jobs then and make the employment look full. The socialists can crow about that with thier corrupt use of the labour force survey showing what paragons of virtue they are creating ‘full’ ’employment’.
    Thank goodness I got out of nz when I did.
    I wonder how long before people get chips implanted there?
    THX1158 anyone?

    Comment by Stephen — Fri 27th July 2007 @ 12:58 am

  2. Almost feels like a waste of time getting people to underdstand the importance of section 59, and then they come up with this.

    Comment by Bevan Berg — Fri 27th July 2007 @ 7:09 am

  3. Bevan,

    Don’t be discouraged for people are worth it and there is alot of them when you think about it. And then there is always GOD. Can’t forget about him.

    For all we know, it is not our war. TIME has it’s own agenda. And from what is going on out there, I think time is working.

    Comment by julie — Fri 27th July 2007 @ 7:50 am

  4. I was one of the NO voters , what a cess pit country dwelling in the comforts of evil madness!!

    As a concerned parent, it is sad and frustrating that the rehabilitation programmes for our youth caught up with the strong arm of the law are an abysmal failure. Youth suicide , truancy,binge drinking ,drug addiction , fatherlessness and criminal youth reoffending rates are all spiralling towards heaven . Volunteer youth-aid phone lines are bursting at the seams, dealing with problematic youth. Our society seems to have a blind eye tolerance for such social mishaps. Someone who has worked at the coalface of the dysfunctional family needs to implement a caring early intervention service to replace the ambulance at the bottom of the cliff.

    I am ashamed to be a kiwi as the majority of people in this country are selfish pricks who couldn’t give a toss about the plight of our vulnerable children.

    Comment by dad4justice — Fri 27th July 2007 @ 7:56 am

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