The real racism in our institutions. And not all women are irrational!
There’s little doubt that away from our long infiltrated and now Marxist-dominated universities, by far the majority of New Zealanders will agree with Professor Greg Newbold of the University of Canterbury when he challenges what is happening.
Did you know that Sandra Grey, president of the Tertiary Education Union (TEU), has come out IN SUPPORT of Massey’s VC, and said that Don Brash’s views have no place in a university?
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: As a member of the TEU for the past 30 years I wish to condemn in the strongest terms the letter that the TEU president has recently sent to members at Massey University. Inter alia, the message says that the (unspecified) views of Dr Don Brash ‘should not be encouraged, respected, nor accepted’ and infers that the rules of free speech should not apply in the case of Dr Brash. It also says that Dr Brash’s (unspecified) views have no place in this country and it supports the Massey VC’s decision to stop Dr Brash from speaking on campus.
To suggest that views that may contradict the opinions of some people should be banned from expression on a university campus, and that a person who holds such views should be blocked from speaking on a campus, is a direct affront to the principle of freedom of thought and speech. Any such a suggestion erodes the most sacred principle upon which a university is founded. It also undermines the basis of a free and democratic society and is reminiscent of the book-burning philosophies of Hitler, Stalin and Mao. The TEU should stridently reject the censorship of controversial ideas and oppose the suppression of debate on matters that are of critical importance to this nation.
Greg Newbold, Professor in Sociology, University of Canterbury
Reading through the extraordinary nonsense offered by Sandra Grey (link above) in her contention that she is all for free speech…but wants some free-speech banned (!) one can only marvel at the apparently delusional nature of so much of what these left-wing women are now maintaining.
But where are the good women publicly opposing them? Or what about the point some are now making, strong, centrist-right women writers, many far from feminist – who feel they are being elbowed out by their male colleagues? A touch of condescension here and there? Male solidarity? Even male ego?
Historically this has certainly been valid, regarding women as outside the brotherhood…and it seems to be still the case, from mounting anecdotal evidence. A pity if these strongest voices of all in the best position to challenge the sisterhood are not getting the support they well deserve.
Thanks to all those who have persevered, often largely because of sheer courage, of integrity, of their concern to protect their families – the family unit itself, as the most important institution of all – in the face of the sheer venom of what have been termed the feminazi.
The result? The tide is undoubtedly turning against the essentially totalitarian thinking and practices now being inflicted upon the public, not only by our government and our local governments, but by our publicly funded institutions, very much including the universities.
And it is those New Zealanders who have stood up to be counted who have achieved this. The country owes you – as will our children
What about those who have just complained – and done nothing? Is it a lack of moral courage – or just laziness? Even though you count.
If you have done nothing at all to help to date, there is still time…
Email, call your local MP’s office – call the universities –write to your local paper – ring talkback. Above all, register your displeasure with the increasingly racist provisions now being foisted off on New Zealanders by parliament.
Parliament’s number is 04 817 9999.
Ring Jacinda Ardern’s office for your message to be delivered to the Prime Minister.
Ring Winston Peters’ office – and tell him why so many New Zealanders feel he let them down.
And especially – join us to help reach a tipping point of New Zealanders right around the country. www.100days.co.nz
© 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.