The Politically Incorrect Show - 04/08/2000
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Good afternoon, KAYA ORAAAA & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Friday August 4, proudly sponsored by Neanderton Nicotine Ltd, the show that says bugger the politicians & bureaucrats & all the other bossyboot busybodies who try to run our lives with our money; that stands tall for free enterprise, achievement, profit & excellence against the state-worshippers in our midst; that stands above all for the most sacred thing in the universe, the liberty of the human individual.
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There's been a lot of talk this week, from the Prime Minister on up - much of it nauseating, sanctimonious humbug - about child abuse, among Maoris in particular, in the wake of the recent horrific cases that have been graphically publicised. The sickening part has been the clamour to make us all, the collective "we," feel responsible, guilty, & obligated to "do something." "We" are none of these. The point was well made in a heartfelt letter to a Whangarei newspaper which a listener posted to me:
"One can but stand aghast & wonder at the case of the poor child, James Whakaruru, & the beast who put him to death. Those among us who were abused as children must have some inkling of the terrific suffering little James endured. The pain of his physical injuries, the psychological damage, the emotional turmoil; but probably worst of all, to have his natural protector - his mother who bore him - not only stand by but in fact assist in his suffering. What must his thoughts have been as he lay in bed, racked by pain each night - uncomprehending? What has been the reaction? Great God - the usual liberal chorus of 'we are responsible - society failed that boy.' What disgraceful rubbish. Society, however one defines it, was not present during all the shocking events. Only three people were involved - the beast, the boy's mother & the poor defenceless victim."
To which I say - Amen!
The so-called liberals absolve "the beast" & suggest his behaviour was the fault of people who were not there, knew nothing about it, but are guilty just because - meaning just because they are hard-working souls getting on with their own lives, minding their own business & not brutalising anybody, let alone their own children. Redneck conservatives, looking to validate their racism, secretly - or openly - believe that this behaviour is typical of ALL Maoris, heedless of the fact that the vast majority of Maoris do not engage in such behaviour. If there ARE accessories after the fact, I would say it's the welfare statists who bribe us to vote for them with other people's money & encourage people to breed who are unfit to do so - people who do not want children, do not want to assume responsibility for them & abuse them accordingly. Governments consisting of such welfare statists have brutalised the citizens of this country routinely - just ask the widow of Ian Mutton. Why should we be surprised when their behaviour is emulated in the home?
One thing I want to say unequivocally - I accept no responsibility whatsoever for the beastly behaviour that has been reported of late; & further, if the values that I preach on this programme - individual freedom & its concomitant respect for the life, limb & property of others - were more widely honoured & practised, we wouldn't be battered so often by such reports. These values, however, are anathema to those who wield power over us; thus, if they are looking for valid scapegoats, they should simply look in the mirror.
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