A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Blog Is It Right ? A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing  BLOG 2 Small Green Girl Tarkay IMG_0810 SEPTEMBER 2017 AUTHORESS LA FEMINA OPINION WITHOUT PREJUDICE SO GARETH MORGAN SUED TVNZ FOR DECLINING TO INCLUDE HIM in a televised debate in the lead up to the New Zealand’s Elections. Resorting to the law is a common attribute of the patriarchal - they've perfected the art of using the ‘law’ - legally locking away women since time began - to shut them up. Be alert dear voter. Are we seeing a form of legalised bullying? Unlike Open Bank Resolution (OBR) which legalises the theft of your money through government policy, the high court determined that ‘the law’ did not sanction legalise bullying, with the case unsuccessful. Was it a publicity stunt? It seems anything goes. I’m between sixes and sevens NOT, with the contrary nature of what is. I say to you dear reader, think about the character of the person who resorts to the law to get their own way. Think people about those massive billboards in Wellington city. Gareth’s billboards remind me of those seen in countries with despotic rulers. They dominate their cities landscape - it’s all about control. The billboards mention the word ‘care’ ummm using force to get your own way is not particularly ‘caring’ whatever way you dress it up. It’s bully boy tactics. Robert Masters the founder of New York city built his reputation on the word ‘caring’ whilst bulldozing people out of their homes. Think about the essential nature of a person who promotes the rounding up and killing of stray cats - to create a platform to make one’s political presence known. And cats of course represent the feminine. Cats also represent our humanness for cats are loving. But love is decidedly not allowed in this new world order. The impending December 2017 law on rounding up and killing stray cats may well shadow the rounding up of stray people - the homeless and beggars using - well you get the gig - the heavy arm of the lawless law. Where will they put them I wonder - In Trentham camp or maybe Hamilton? Prior to this step, will the feeding of the homeless and beggars be outlawed by politicians as is the case in some states of America? The local government law to kill stray cats reminds me of the second world war when soldiers were trained to kill ‘their pet dogs’ so they would not be tempted to show mercy. The killing of stray cats is the creating of a problem where none exists and then using the precedent for political ends. Politicians images are crafted well before they ‘strike’. Killing is often used to prove who's boss around here. A common trait in middle-aged blokes along with fear tactics and ‘do as I say’, hence the world ravaged by war. I for one have grown tired of politicians who routinely wallpaper over the truth, crafting stories to suit the whims of the particular audience. But there is no sense or sensibilities in egos and as long as people continue to believe the unbelievable that is the world we have collectively created, the rhetoric keeps on keeping on. In Gareth we simply have another capitalist wolf that is well past the ‘use by date’. Not that I am referring to age here. I speak to the sentiments espoused that disguises intent and uses the system as a hidden political tool - a system that does not act for the greater good of humanity. For the politics of policies¹ utilised by politicians routinely favour the few. But most of all in Gareth’s case, it is the crafted image of ‘caring’ in the face of evidence to the opposite that I take issue with. Of course we all have a light and dark side. But I draw the line at using the defenceless - cats and undermining the wisdom of the old by stealing their wealth, as a means to keep the country afloat. But what else is a middle age bloke in want of a soul to do? Perhaps try Reiki healing. It's very good. If healing of your shadow self does not appeal Gareth, grow flowers - we need more beauty in the world. But wait a minute that simply won’t do for flowers soften the heart and politicians you get the gig they want to dehumanise human beings, not make them ‘feel’. People follow orders better that way. And yet people keep voting with the yet another generation feed the hype that politics can make a difference. Time has moved on with the organisations such as the New Human Rights Movement representing real change. The most notable difference is that people are realising that change rests with them individually - no longer do they blindly follow. For there vote of confidence is in themselves. Remember dear reader, politician’s no matter what they want you to believe don’t give a dam. I return the favour for nor do I. With all due respect for Kate I don’t vote. I choose to be an observer of the antics. It is immaterial which politicians are elected for it’s the system that rules. Your having a choice in matters of a political nature is an illusion. And a distraction. We have entrenched system in New Zealand politics as we have in every country in the world. The system defaults in favour of corporateocity and the nameless unelected others who represent globalisations pursuit of profit. The cost in human terms matters not. Politics has made slaves of many in third world countries which New Zealand is fast becoming. Make no mistake whatever the outcome of the election once the euphoria and or dismay passes impending changes will not be for the greater good. It will all be designed for the duo of Corporates and Control. Stealth is a silent and patient art. Yet hats off to all aspiring, albeit naive politicians. It’s the brave few that are willing to stand up and be counted. How would you manage a barrage of questions from the floor in a public meeting - succinctly? The most impressive candidate at a Ohariu electorate meeting held in Wadestown was Lisa Close standing for New Zealand First. Lisa seems to me to be a thoughtful genuine person who speaks authentically. Observing Lisa almost tempted me to vote. Until that is I reminded myself “what’s the point of having beliefs if you don’t live them”. Nevertheless for all those that are determined to stay in the system that does not serve you, Lisa is a voice of common sense without the dramatics of the actress candidate following in Gareth’s footsteps of falseness. The people at this particular meeting witnessed the crafting of an image, the taking control of the meeting off the organiser's and ‘false empathy’. And the gullible lapped it up. They did not want to believe the announcement of means tested superannuation that simultaneously took a swipe at Winston Peters. I wonder did they change their mind when Jessica Hammond Doube told the meeting that bus drivers who are being forced to take pay cuts best get use to it? Robots are coming and here to stay. Find something else to do. Caring sentiments… Excuse me I thought. That comment presumes that the system rules. In my view my strength resides in the numerous small decisions one makes in ones daily life that circumvents the system. This being a necessary step to navigate away from the false and unscrupulous towards ‘the person’ with whom one resonates. My ability to create a more ‘just world’ rests in my personal choices and my purse - not automatically supporting an unjust system. My vote is for myself. I vote by making choices based on deeds of others and sentiments as intuited as true for me, not shallow words. There was a time I believed in the place of organisations and systems, but happily no more. Yet despite all that is occurring in the world many people refuse to see such is the yearning for what was. Facing reality is a difficult task. The predominantly older age group attending this particular meeting wanted one of their own not realising that what looked the part is just that - a look to manipulate. Many did not see that with the creation of generations of poor and the homeless young, the State will be looking to ‘their’ middle class wealth. Be afraid be very very afraid - of the consequences of assumption. The believing of rhetoric over evidence of hunger in New Zealand, Generation Rent and the forth coming annihilation of the Middle Class through - let me count the ways said Elizabeth Barrett-Browning. First stealing your ‘non existent already spent’ superannuation under the guise of means testing, second financial implosion and the resulting ‘Bail-In’ (OBR) of your money in the bank, three the Corporatisation of the Small Business market (the middle class) - chemists soon, panel beating industry a given - amongest other punitive measures including Council’s impending policies of right of access to private property under the guise of … Clue something to do with Gareth, animals and DOC. Lot’s happening as they say. In closing its time now to lighten up on with a little of Reggy Perrin….- which interesting elaborates on the theme of the truth.
Reggy Perrin - I didn't get to where I am today by ....

Blog is it Right? Ethos & Purpose

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APRIL 26 2017


By inference, Blog Is It Right poses a question. It asks the reader to consider ‘the ideas and concepts’ presented in each discourse and form a view of their own. The words Is it Right were used by Kate Sheppard the New Zealand suffragette whose personal endeavours resulted in the right to vote being enshrined in law; that is a Women’s right to vote, for up till then (1893) men had this right but We Women did not. Our voice was deemed not worthy of being heard.

Conditioning is a powerful force that is trans generational such that releasing the shackles of restriction, (which is an ‘idea’ we have chosen to agree with) does not come about by the passing of a law. This in no way diminishes the value of the Electoral Act 1893*. I am simply recognising that enduring change comes from within, not from a piece of legislation. One has to want something enough to bring about change and to persevere in the face of all that is. Kate did. She decided to honour the voice within that questioned the status quo. In her view, it was decidedly not right that women were not afforded the right to vote.

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