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New Zealand sports minister supports Crusaders name change discussions

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9 minutes ago, Sir Dude said:

Just the usual over reaction from the morons.

 

27 minutes ago, usviphotography said:

Muslims and Indians aren't the ones pushing for these name changes. It is another ethnic group altogether, and the intent is not to spare the feelings of Muslims or Indians (who believe me could care less) but rather embarrass, humiliate, and emasculate the White Christian population. 

Oh woe is you. The victimhood!

 

50 people are dead, but instead we have allusions to your declining manhood. Hint: I hear viagra helps....

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39 minutes ago, samran said:

 

Oh woe is you. The victimhood!

 

50 people are dead, but instead we have allusions to your declining manhood. Hint: I hear viagra helps....

That's the problem with identity politics. If you can't beat 'em any other way you just have to join 'em.

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16 minutes ago, Krataiboy said:

That's the problem with identity politics. If you can't beat 'em any other way you just have to join 'em.

But shouldn’t a member of the white Christian master race, fighting the good fight against the anti-Christ’s be above that? 

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28 minutes ago, roobaa01 said:

i sincerely hope mr.peters is going to end this coalition with the socialists soon, what a nonsense to give up christian identity. it should be crusading first violent salafists last.

 

wbr

roobaa01

Mr Peters is very happy being FM and DPM.

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12 hours ago, roobaa01 said:

i sincerely hope mr.peters is going to end this coalition with the socialists soon, what a nonsense to give up christian identity. it should be crusading first violent salafists last.

  

wbr

roobaa01

Agreed. Problem is he's burnt his bridges with the right, and most of his voters, who widely expected he would fall to the right when choosing a coalition. Most NZ First voters are more aligned to the National party than Labour or the Greens. His decision was met with some outrage from those ranks. I'd say this will be NZ First's swansong, because those people won't vote for him again. 

 

At this very moment, he is on his way to Turkey to try and appease the Turkish president, who has made a bunch of threats about westerners in his country. That's right, he's heading to pander to the guy who imprisoned around 800 academics last year for signing an open letter condemning systematic torture being used by the Turkish security forces. I'm embarrassed that our government would even give the Turkish president the time of day, given his human rights record. 

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10 minutes ago, SammyT said:

Agreed. Problem is he's burnt his bridges with the right, and most of his voters, who widely expected he would fall to the right when choosing a coalition. Most NZ First voters are more aligned to the National party than Labour or the Greens. His decision was met with some outrage from those ranks. I'd say this will be NZ First's swansong, because those people won't vote for him again. 

 

At this very moment, he is on his way to Turkey to try and appease the Turkish president, who has made a bunch of threats about westerners in his country. That's right, he's heading to pander to the guy who imprisoned around 800 academics last year for signing an open letter condemning systematic torture being used by the Turkish security forces. I'm embarrassed that our government would even give the Turkish president the time of day, given his human rights record. 

Call it pandering if you want, but tens of thousands of kiwis and aussies head to Gallipoli every year.

 

I sure did about 20 years ago it should be a place that all of us get to visit. His going there will be mostly about ensuring that they can continue to do that, in safety. 

 

There are bigger interests than a hurt ego. 

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23 minutes ago, RickBradford said:

No, no, no. 

 

Saying "non-binary" infers there is something normative about being "binary". You must now use the term "gender fluid", even if it does sound more like the product of an erotic dream. And you cannot be gender fluid and lesbian.

 

Why not change to being an eco-sexual? That gives you the chance to date a cactus, or a lemur.

 

The whole nonsense about the Crusaders' name is a classic example of the moronic virtue signalling which has become so popular.

All this talk of lemur fluids has stressed me out.

I need my comfort giraffe.

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Come on New Zealand get a grip we expect more of you 

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7 minutes ago, norfolkc said:

Come on New Zealand get a grip we expect more of you 

Really?

 

NZ has been one of the leaders on the slide to imbecile radical PC idiocy -- it's NZ that allowed a record-setting junior weightlifter called Gavin Hubbard to declare himself, in his mid-30s, to be a woman, call himself "Laurel", and go on to win the Oceania, Commonwealth and World weighlifting titles in the, or 90kg+ division.

 

Not just win, of course, but make anyone else's participation pointless. At the 2017 Australian championships, Hubbard lifted 44kg more than the nearest competitor, Samoa's Iuniarra Sipaia, herself a record holder, and well regarded in the sport for her clean snatch and jerk.

 

I would say that NZ and Canada are leading the descent to full PC immersion, with the UK, Australia and US some way behind. Most of the rest of the world has too much sense.

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