Restrictions placed on New Zealanders by Covid-19 have highlighted several interesting issues.
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We have become a supremely racist country, with funding granted not irrespective of racial identity – but largely now because of it. Moreover, many New Zealanders would now like to see the end of the tediously captured Waitangi Day – and to celebrate our forebears – not on racist grounds – but on what they contributed to preserving a democracy we are watching disappear from under our noses.
We now have both flagrant government and media bias. For example, where is our largely supine media’s questioning of Jacinda Ardern’s decision to bestow $56 million (with the usual lack of accountability) on “Maori ” – but only $27 million on other welfare agencies – to help with Covid-19?
Yet there is no longer any legal definition of who exactly is Maori. Without this, radicalised individuals, of overwhelming European genetic inheritance, farcically continue to take from taxpayers’ pockets money that largely goes to the interest groups managing it – than to those in genuine need.
Irrespective of how individuals may feel about various politicians, even senior media are admitting deliberately contrived bias. Whereas the present Prime Minister is constantly presented with flattering media coverage, as if she, uniquely, rather than her coalition government, has been making the decisions about what New Zealanders are obliged to do, to help control Covid-19, coverage of Simon Bridges, Leader of the Opposition is consistently and by no means accidentally unflattering. It is not hard to make someone appear unattractive if they are constantly photographed with their mouth open, perhaps contorted by speaking…and never photographed looking normal or smiling.
But then, our New Zealand media, largely themselves left-wing, warm towards an ultra-Left feminist spearheading some of the most anti-life, damaging legislation ever inflicted on the country. The promotion of even wider pro-abortion, pro-euthanasia laws does not reflect the views of the majority of New Zealanders, simply disregarded when presented to parliament. Labour’s Minister of Justice, Andrew Little, even admitted he doesn’t read correspondence with which he doesn’t agree. How’s that for a supposedly representative democracy?
Ironic, isn’t it, that this government is pushing towards making it easier than ever to take away little unborn individuals’ right to live – and to faciltiate the death of vulnerable others – but has contrariwise, imposed such stringent edicts on this death-dealing virus spreading among those not in these categories.
And yet, the economic consequences of the lockdowns imposed upon our country may ruin the lives, the businesses and the financial futures of so many that the outcomes may be even worse…
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© Amy Brooke, Convenor, The 100 Days. See my book “100 Days – Claiming Back New Zealand …what has gone wrong, and how we can control our politicians.” Available through my BOOK Page at www.amybrooke.co.nz, or at Amazon’s Kindle.