Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Gee Whiz That Is A Relief!!!



Its alright the poor wee baby cooked to death in a car outside Wanganui Hospital was a victim of a syndrome.

Quite how a parent "forgets" about their child is way beyond my understanding.

Had it happened in the Casino car park while the step father was playing the pokies, would he have been accorded similar understanding by those nice theory driven academic types for "FORGETTING"  the helpless little mite.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am very saddened that it appears that this child was forgotten by its mother whilst she worked in a senior role in the Hospital. No mother should lose her child in any way.

Will she be prosecuted as should be?

I bet if she was a poor Maori she would be in jail now irrespective of the circumstances.

It would appear that the Mayor is leading media opinion in this regard.

I await the Coroner's judgement and comment.

Danyl said...

Quite how a parent "forgets" about their child is way beyond my understanding.

Let me help! Get your cell phone out. Program the alarm to wake you up for an entire hour at midnight. Then 2 am. Then 4 am. Then 6 am. Repeat this tomorrow night, then the night after that, then every night for sixteen months. Let us know if that affects your memory, if you can remember how to turn your PC on.

Anonymous said...

A father who forgot to apply the handbrake which resulted in the death of his toddler when the car rolled into a Southern lake was prosecuted, in spite of the tragic nature of the accident. Let us guess, will this mother be similarly prosecuted? It would be racist to mention the difference in ethnicity in these cases, but I will bet in this case it will be put down to a tragic accident and left to the Coroner to make some suitably sad comments. That's how "justice"/strike the legal system works in NZ.

MarcW

Paulus said...

It appears that the Childcare Centre tried continually to contact the mother to the fact that the child was not a the centre

Edward the Confessor said...

Hey guys! Why don't you go on full into full volume outraged attack mode, like good RWNJ's? Gotta get your outrage straight though:

"I bet if she was a poor Maori she would be in jail now irrespective of the circumstances."

"It would be racist to mention the difference in ethnicity in these cases..."

Seems you nutbars need to coordinate a little more to figure out if you should be attacking the woman because she's a commie hospital worker or a Maori. You might get lucky and find it's both. You're wankers by the way.

The Veteran said...

EtC ... You are an arrogant patronising socialist nut bar with not many (if any) redeeming features. This is a particularly sad case and I for one have some difficulty understanding how this might have happened .... I can understand the frustration reflected in these and other comments.

You do not have the abiliy or the will to understand how much you damage your cause by the shear nastiness or your postings. I contrast that with those from our colleague Psyco Milt. I can respect although I do not necessarily agree with his meanderings. You are a quite different kettle of fish.

Edward the Confessor said...

"You do not have the abiliy (sic) or the will to understand how much you damage your cause by the shear nastiness or your postings."

Get real old fella. Read the comments of your RWNJ soulmates if you want to see vicious, nasty and stupid. That's the right though; the tory psychopathic.

Anonymous said...

Such a terrible tragedy.I would not like to be in that woman's mind right now.

What I am struggling coming to terms with, I am assuming that the mother clipped the child into the car seat that morning. I can understand her forgetting to drop the child off at child-care, but to get out of her car at work, no doubt picking up bags, papers etc from car seats, and not notice/remember a large 16 month old, usually very vocal child, her child, still strapped into his car seat.

You do have to question the wisdom of trying to juggle motherhood and the stress of a senior position in hospital(I believe she is a doctor)in the interests of all concerned.

Mrs Danvers

Noel said...

I expected this quick to judge post. After all it's a generational trait.
The name of the mother and child will be known to most in Whanganui without any media reporting.
She will have to live with what she did for the rest of her life and no criticism is going to bring the child back.
Sympathy here.

The Veteran said...

Noel ... Good comment.

EtC ... Whatever pulls your chain old bean ... It matters not and neither will you ever hold a candle to Psycho Milt in posting from a 'left' perspective.