Tuesday, January 18, 2011

The usual suspects

In a usual story. Baby beaten to death, no facts yet but at first glance looks typical - presumably a Maori mother living effectively as a baby factory with each baby fathered by a different munter; current munter beats one of the earlier munters' kids to death. You just assume this stuff based on the number of similar previous occurrences, and the likelihood of being wrong isn't great.

Unless you're a professional slow learner. Like "Children's Commissioner" John Angus, for example:

...Angus said New Zealanders were right to feel "a sense of shame" over the country's child abuse record.

Or "Families Commissioner" Kim Workman:

...Workman said that though attitudes towards abuse were changing, child abuse was "far more widespread" than acknowledged.

See, it's not "widespread," is it Kim? And it's not "the country's" child abuse record, is it John? The more you try and pretend that beating children to death isn't a crime that can be profiled in any way, that it is in fact randomly distributed in the population, the more you make yourselves look stupid and make conservatives look like people with a grip on the problem. Many of us have no enthusiasm for conservative solutions to this, but if you're constantly out there making non-conservatives look like imbeciles who are incapable of recognising facts that are staring them in the face, sooner or later conservative solutions are going to be adopted. Give yourselves a big pat on the back when that happens, you'll have helped enormously in achieving it.

9 comments:

Gooner said...

Brilliant Milt.

Well said.

JC said...

In fact its getting to the stage where we could add to Judith Collins comment and say these women are introducing the tomcat to their homes for the specific purpose of allowing the tomcat to do what he does to the progeny of other toms..

JC

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

Well said PM and as this blog's liberal voice you have confounded your conservative critics with your brilliant sentence:

"Many of us have no enthusiasm for conservative solutions to this, but if you're constantly out there making non-conservatives look like imbeciles who are incapable of recognising facts that are staring them in the face, sooner or later conservative solutions are going to be adopted."

Tinman said...

Why are you so keen on protecting the next generation of scumbags?

Let them kill their young before the young grow up to rob, rape and then murder their own young.

The only real need is for compulsory sterilisation of any female allowing her children to be put into this situation coupled with a refusal to pay women to breed.

Lou Taylor said...

I feel no "sense of shame" for the actions of a few mongrels in this country. A very consevative lenght of rope would sort out the problem very quickly.

Dennis S said...

You have no problem with deadbeat men then Tinman? How about THEY taken some responsibility eh.

Children are born innocent, to suggest they should be killed because of the sins of their parents is as disgusting a comment as I have seen in a long time.

Psycho Milt said...

The only real need is for compulsory sterilisation of any female allowing her children to be put into this situation coupled with a refusal to pay women to breed.

There's a couple of those "conservative solutions" Workman and Angus are helping us towards right there...

Anonymous said...

Darn i wanted to pay this bro a benifit when it grew up and wanted it,damn maori basher spoil sports,dont kill so many of your own,

Tinman said...

Dennis S, there is no way to fix the current generation.

No amount of hand-wringing, shoulder-crying or hand-holding will help.

The only solution is to ensure there is no next generation.

I agree babies are born innocent but they don't bloody stay that way and, to be honest, I'd be far happier to see the bastards kill their own and then hang them for it than see them kill some genuine innocent.

If that disgusts you you are the problem not the solution.