Sunday, January 15, 2012

From the WTF??? files: Sensitivities of cases such as this...

We fully acknowledge the sensitivities of cases such as this and it is important that people to not leap to conclusions and start pointing fingers prematurely


To the hand wringers getting all wrought with sensitivity, I'd say it is n
othing less than bloody natives murdering their own.

Removal of that warrior gene is something that no amount of taxpayer wedge will fix.


Johnno said...

I guess they have to be mindful that the fatal injuries might be accidental, and that pointing fingers at grieving innocent parents is a bad thing to do.

PM of NZ said...

Johnno, spare me the lame alternative excuses.

Accidental injury would feature large if it were so. The fact that it is not mentioned or even suggested screams intentional injury inflicted by yet another 'caring' native.

Keeping Stock said...

From what I'm hearing PM, the parents aren't involved as far as the injury goes. The police are looking beyond the immediate family.

PM of NZ said...

Inv2, doesn't matter one iota whether it was parents or wider family. Same problems, maybe different perpetrators. Typically it is parents who are at fault, maybe not this case.

I firmly believe sharing rugrats around to all and sundry is the core issue. Nobody ends up taking responsibility for the child's wellbeing.

So I still stand by my statement. Why do natives murder their children?

Anonymous said...

Well said, PM of NZ. Decent parents make sure their little ones are safe at all times and would never leave their precious, vulnerable children with dangerous people. Even if the parents didn't do it, they placed their child with someone who could not be trusted...says it all to me.

Gone to the dogs, NZ.

The Gantt Guy said...

PM, FWIW, I believe a large part of the problem is the myth of the 'warrior gene'. If the savages weren't fed this lie quite so frequently, with its attendant implication that it's genetic, and they therefore can't control it, mebbe a few more of their precious little ones would still be breathing?

Simple fact, my people were fighting to keep the bloody English out of the north for a thousand years before these stone age savages got lost travelling between Maui and Molokai, floated across the pacific and bumped into New Zealand. If there is any excuse for a warrior gene, it is mine, not some farking animal who chooses to beat his children to death! And, for the record, I can't remember the last time I bashed a woman or child (or man, for that matter).

PM of NZ said...

GG, I too have those same ex-Viking genes. But whilst rape and pillage might have been the natural order of the day, to continue acting as "Once were's" in this modern age is nothing short of barbaric.

At least some in our barbaric past saw fit to preserve those Viking warrior genes. It's just taking a lot of child murders to get the message to the modern savage.