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Is Coster All Cuddles

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 8:58 am Tue 7th March 2023

NZ Police Commissioner Andrew “Cuddles” Coster in time will be seen as having served in one of the most dramatic upheavals in the country’s history.

This should also be seen as a period of rapid social change where the shift in gender issues is yet to be recognized and discussed.

Inadequate, partisan and ideological media is no more helpful than the ingrained positions that exist in Ardern’s two-level society.

This post on the Writer of Sorts Blog looks at how this might surface and the response to that.

4 Responses to “Is Coster All Cuddles”

  1. DJ Ward says:

    Can you imagine the job, propping up the government.
    He’s lucky, there’s plenty that protect him.

    It creates a problem, that society makes.
    The more you don’t address a problem, the bigger it gets.
    The more you have to lie, to cover your tracks.

    Humans are not unique, in the animal kingdom.
    Other creatures lie, human are just experts.
    In fact maybe in the universe, the most expert at it.

    His expression, says it all.

  2. Ministry of Men's Affairs says:

    Watched the Liz Gunn video. Important stuff, thanks for drawing attention to it. The random, ominous sounds and the large volume fluctuations were irritating, as was the unnecessarily long excerpt from The Matrix, but there’s no accounting for artistic taste.

    Police do as they are instructed and cognitive dissonance will tend to see them adopt beliefs consistent with their tasks, such as viewing peaceful protesters including grannies as bad people deserving violent repression. Police have long felt morally justified about their discrimination and unnecessary violence against men for the same reason (among others including indoctrination from feminist speakers), though one gets the impression it is becoming more difficult for some officers to maintain their delusions in the face of frequent experience of nasty, unreasonable, dishonest women they were expected to rescue from calm, reasonable or clearly battered men.

    However, the tactics of police at the parliament protest reached another level of corruption and men who protest in future would do well to consider this. They planted violent thugs among the protesters and/or turned a blind eye to allow thugs to join the protest, in order to justify serious violence against all the protestors. As highlighted in Gunn’s video, police also used a lot of provocation to try to elicit angry or defensive reactions, thereby creating a reason to arrest for obstruction, assault police or similar. If you are involved in a men’s issues protest in future you can expect police to use those tactics again, having copied them from aggressive police in the US and elsewhere just as they have copied the paramilitary clothing and presentation. At any protest, ensure you know who joins the ranks and prevent any strangers or suspicious presenters from joining if possible. Do what you can to control any hotheads, for example by providing clear instructions from the outset and by having people to surround a protester who is being provoked.

    More aggressive and violent US-type policing to some extent is in response to increased violence on the streets, especially delinquent youth whose parents were too afraid of legal punishment to use effective discipline or ‘coercive control’ thanks to Ms Bradford and her lying ilk. However, that way of responding creates a vicious cycle of increasing antipathy towards police and the society they represent. It’s sad to see what’s happening to this country.

  3. DJ Ward says:

    The question about these people, is did they know.

    Take the minister of revenue, and policy.
    Policy is to give women things, but men no things.
    Maternity leave, vs paternity leave an example.
    A blatant, human rights act violation.
    It’s easy to accuse them of that, but not this.

    The judge, examines parenting.
    Judging the parent child relationship, of each parent.
    Custody is decided, in the child’s best interests.
    One parent with six extra months, of time parenting.
    All men then, are disadvantaged in court.
    If they had equal parenting rights, the result would be different.

    Can you say then, the truth.
    The minister conspires, to pervert justice.
    Sorry got that wrong, 120 MPs commit that crime.

    Plus women’s issues budgets, and no men’s budgets.
    Women refuge, helps women with there needs.
    The women’s minister, is voted for by 120 MPs.
    There is no budget, for men’s needs.
    Advantaged again in court, the male screwed.

    But back to the commissioner, one of the worst offenders.
    Nothing needs to be argued, he wears a white ribbon.
    Every officer equipped, with a women’s refuge business card.

    None of these people, are innocent.

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