More Mindless-Media Mischief

In a desperate attempt to keep people looking at adverts on their pages after the Christchurch mass murders interest wanes, certain ‘news’ media have accepted claims by an Auckland “snowflake” that a 1Law4All pamphlet seeking equality and democracy is – somehow, in some way – “white supremacist.”


Next will be media publicity for a court action against the deity figure of choice for making falling snow to be white! As for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, how does Maroon Maid and the Stunted Septet sound?


Point Chevalier, Auckland Neighbourhood Opinion Police Vigilantes at work. Lots of facebook comments after that piece – if you have the stomach for it. From the NewsHub item . . . .

A couple have confronted a man they say was caught delivering “offensive” pamphlets to homes in an Auckland suburb. The couple say a “One Treaty, One Nation” pamphlet was delivered to their Point Chevalier home in late March and they found it “deeply offensive.”

“Caught?” Like some sort of crime was being committed?


Here’s page one of the brochure that was delivered in Point Chevalier, where Much Ado About Nothing is eye-ball-riveting, stock-in-trade ‘news’ for a jaded, losing-the-masses media, struggling for 21st century relevance. Especially given that the ‘news’ is at least two weeks old!


Whatever extra eyes-on-adverts the media were prostituting themselves for, the facebook responses may have set them straight. Maybe. Nothing, but nothing, is harder to open than the closed mind of sociopathic media.


Well, maybe same-ilk-politicians excepted.


Click on the page numbers below to see the other pages of that ‘nasty, supremacist’ pamphlet:

Page 2

Page 3

Page 4

Page 5

Page 6



If a bit of a laughter might help you avoid being depressed by all the preceding reported claptrap, try this: Comedian Steve Hughes on Being Offended (and how adults should just get over it).




3 thoughts on “More Mindless Media Mischief

  1. The largest and most dangerous hate groups in New Zealand consist of Stuff, NewsHub, One News and NewstalkZB….and probably a few others could be counted in there also. They specialize in promoting hate speech, inciting hatred and religious intolerance. They have been at it for years. It is time to expose them for what they are; extremist hate groups.

  2. Much discussion uses the phrase “ceding of sovereignty” by many of the Maori chiefs in 1840. The ceding of sovereignty means the transferring of sovereignty, and it so happens that the Maori inhabitants were not a sovereign nation and had no sovereignty to transfer or cede. They were a series of separate tribes all fighting one another, and there was no universally accepted leader, and without a written language of their own there was no system of law that could be legally recognized. A sovereign nation requires unity, stability, and an accepted leader, all supported by a written body of law. The Maori inhabitants had none of those. Back in 1877 Chief Justice Prendergast stated that “No political body existed capable of making cession of sovereignty.” What the Treaty did was to enable Britain to gain sovereignty over the tribal inhabitants in readiness for New Zealand becoming separated constitutionally from New South Wales, which it did in accordance with the Royal Charter of November 1840.

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