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Isn’t that a blow to the Banks

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 6:38 pm Fri 1st September 2017

John Banks, known to some of us as a passionate supporter of Fathers, refused a DNA test.

If you were a father, would you not want to know?

Help me out here, is the estate, or pride, or something, more important than your own offspring.

I’m having a bit of trouble with this one, especially after my personal interactions with this political force.

John Banks found to be a father

6 Responses to “Isn’t that a blow to the Banks”

  1. Patrick Manning says:

    Denial can sometimes mean “I dont want to face the truth

  2. Patrick Manning says:

    Unless a test is taken one can only assume the worst

  3. Downunder says:

    If a man is uncomfortable with that truth, then we have a problem.

  4. Jack says:

    He may have been save by a male contraceptive pill…….We can cure a lot of cancers, fly objects to Mars and Kim ung-yong can now nuke the USA but for an unknown reason we can’t seem to find a simple solution to neutralise sperm. If men hold all the power and one single sperm in the wrong place can f**k up your whole life then that’s a mystery worth thinking about!

  5. Downunder says:

    First media comment I’ve seen on this post.

  6. Downunder says:

    As usual and as much as you can expect from STUFF, the comments are manufactured opinion – they are quite happy being the bullshit editors of New Zealand opinion.

    If ‘Banks is a disgrace’ so are the pathetic bitches that run this can-of-crap net-mag.

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