In the Extreme
In the extreme her young man was prohibited from using a public toilet during what Murfitt describes as “The irrational and discrimatory traffic light system” that former prime minister, Jacinda Ardern and former Director General of Health, Ashley Bloomfield used to support New Zealand’s vaccine rollout.
Earlier today, I saw another meme of an an ANZAC soldier dragging a wounded buddy, and a comment that read something like,
You don’t know what you’re capable of
until you have no other option
What concerns me this weekend in particular is the sudden blanket mainstream pitch from the Government Disinformation Project about the rise of Disinformation and what should be subject to censorship.
More pecisely the argument that brought Musolini to power in Italy a century ago.
A female lawyer defending her disabled son in extreme circumstances and that could be subject to censorship and the rest of the world is looking at NZ aghast in the same manner Italy was viewed a century ago.
There we have it gentlemen and what are we to do?
Sit on our emasculated arses and say nothing, see nothing, do nothing?