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Sign the petition – Inciting Violence against anyone is NOT OK !

Filed under: General — Zane @ 9:17 pm Sun 14th April 2019

This petition is not against her speaking! She can speak whatever she wants but inciting violence is NOT ok and is not a joke.

Also, feel free to email the minister of immigration Iain Galloway at this email [email protected] supporting the online petition against Clementine Ford Entry to New Zealand.

Petition link


  1. I signed the petition yesterday and i was surprised that not many people have signed afterward. You look at the number of whining men here every day complaining about the feminism and they cannot even be bothered signing petition !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shame! And we wonder why ?? huh ?

    Comment by creekyo — Mon 15th April 2019 @ 6:11 pm

  2. The Washington Post
    Michelle Obama compares Trump to a “divorced dad” and notes her husband never had “indictments”

    The big bitch behavior out the US keeps on coming. What’s the bet Mrs Obama is lining up to take over from Hillary?

    Comment by Evan Myers — Wed 17th April 2019 @ 7:02 am

  3. Police must be tiring of the unpredictable female violence they are experiencing …

    This from the Otago Daily Times;

    The young person accused of the attempted murder of a police officer is a 14-year-old girl.

    The teenager appeared again in the Youth Court at Dunedin yesterday, after an initial appearance on Saturday.

    In addition to the attempted murder charge, she faces two charges of assault.

    Counsel Anne Stevens QC said later she did not agree with the charge of attempted murder.

    She confirmed the alleged incident happened at a house, but the circumstances remain largely unknown.

    Police have been tight-lipped, previously saying only the 14-year-old was arrested on Friday and charged with attempted murder.

    But a well-placed source confirmed on Monday the victim of the alleged attack was a police officer.

    A police spokeswoman said in an email yesterday the officer was ”fine (under the circumstances),” but would not elaborate.

    Comment by Boonie — Wed 17th April 2019 @ 11:09 am

  4. Moata Tamaira reporting on Clementine Ford in Chch

    Comment by Evan Myers — Fri 10th May 2019 @ 8:05 pm

  5. quote (from Clementine Ford)

    On women being allowed to express anger

    “It’s okay to be angry… We’re human beings. We’re entitled to the full range of emotions.”


    Is there anyone else here that finds this a seriously disturbing statement?

    I’m wondering if the man talking loudly who was being yelled at by other men did?

    It doesn’t help that an incident like this is discovered in a librarian’s blog and that I cannot get this information here because … ?

    Comment by Boonie — Thu 16th May 2019 @ 9:42 am

  6. One also might argue that there has been a fallacy of history.

    That feminism as a movement died long ago but our tendency to regard all women as a single group rather than say that lesbian separatists or sex strikers are not seen as independent from feminism.

    Are there actually 4 waves of feminism or simply an extended period of social decline brought about by separate groups of manly female dissidents.

    While there’s disruption there is a need for resolution.

    We seldom see any women called out as being separate from the women’s campaign.

    That’s is quite the opposite to what we see here.

    Comment by Boonie — Thu 16th May 2019 @ 12:05 pm

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