Hobson’s Pledge Launch – The Media Aftermath
DISCLAIMER: Just in case some readers might get confused, the Hobson’s Pledge Trust was not set up by, or is any way part of, the 1Law4All political party. That said, the two entities do share a common ideal: one law for all equality and an end to racist privilege in New Zealand.
As expected, the knives came out today (29/9/16). A few Internet sources are linked below. Click here to read the original 1Law4All blog post.
Especially note the drivel from that almost late but not lamented racist New Plymouth Mayor, Andrew Judd.
Also check to see if comments are open on any of these media items! The media? Biased? What are you saying?!
Most – if not all – responses showed that the racist rabble preferred to assassinate the messenger, instead of respond to the message. Among them being the khaki mother-fullah-of-all-racists, John (Hone) Harawira. And, of course, one or two succumbed to the lies, damned lies and statistics method of avoiding answering the questions and philosophy posed by the Hobson’s Pledge Trust.
And – as always – one has to wonder at those people who assert that championing democratic equality is racism. Do they ever listen to the hollow and empty sounding brass of their words?
Separatism by Nats looms as election issue (The media release featured in England)
Brash a ‘redneck and racist’ – Harawira (Quintessential irony from the original and genuine mother-fullah-racist.)
Is Don Brash’s new Hobson’s Pledge the support group that white people need? (Comments were open [shock! horror!], but have since closed)
Editorial: Brash is wrong to claim Maori are “privileged” (Some shockingly deceptive and misleading statements in that piece)
Karl du Fresne: Internationally, the anti-immigration Right is on the rise – a backlash against the liberal multicultural consensus that has dominated Western politics for decades – and the only surprise is that anyone should be surprised. It’s happened with a speed that has left the political establishment reeling and blindsided the predominantly liberal opinion-shapers in the media.