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9 October 2011
the Maori Party's allegations of Police
bias towards Maori Sensible Sentencing Trust Spokesman Garth
McVicar is asking if the Maori Party is really a covert
organisation in disguise!
bells start ringing when I read the statement from Pita
Sharples which announced that the Maori Party wanted a review
of the justice system and given the opportunity they would get
rid of the
recently introduced ‘Three-Strike’ legislation.
Sharples comments shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone.
Allegations of ‘bias’ or ‘racist’ is a tool the left
have used very effectively to promote their agenda and
ridicule and silence anyone who dared question their views.
While a vast majority of New Zealanders believe many of the
social polices [experiments] promoted by the left are stupid,
the fear of being labeled ‘racist’ has terminated any
result of these tactics in the political spectrum has seen all
political parties avoiding any utterances that could be
construed as ‘bias’ or ‘racist’. Until recent times
the only difference between Labour and National was which one
could throw the most money at so called ‘social problems’.
The result has been escalating social decline and burgeoning
growth in unproductive sectors such as welfare and bureaucracy
and alarming increases in crime, particularly violent crime.
Even though the warning signs were obvious as welfare
blossomed and criminal activity escalated, the only answer
coming from our political leaders was ‘throw more money at
money laundering created a cesspool of writhing inhumanity,
solo parents, unwanted and unloved children, domestic violence
and rampant violent crime became an everyday occurrence.
Remember this is a country that was the safest in the Western
should have been obvious to anyone with even half a brain that
this corrupt social ideology could never work, yet as mayhem
took hold the promoters of this nonsense knew no-bounds. Their
next trick was to try and portray the social miss-fits they
created as victims – wait for it – yes more money would
of us that actually worked for a living were told we were part
of the problem or worse – remember Michael Cullen calling
John Key a ‘Rich prick’?
modus-operandi of the left has been ridicule and destroy –
destroy the very values that have defined civilization for
generations – obliterate the distinction between right and
brings me back to Pita Sharples: to suggest that the Police
have an ‘ethnic bias’ or pick on Maori is an insult to
Police and every law-abiding New Zealander – no matter what
race. Most Maori – like most other people do NOT commit
crime – to suggest the Police are to blame for the high
level of Maori offending is typical of the tactics used by
opponents to discredit anyone who threatens their agenda.
what is Pita Sharples' agenda?
has publicly said given the opportunity they will get rid of
‘Three-Strikes’, and “The Maori Party’s
review of the criminal justice system will investigate and
analyze the facts as the basis for better policy. It might
also expose the role of scaremongers like the Sensible
Sentencing Trust, whose thirst for punishment and retribution
is part of the problem with the criminal justice system.”
the Sensible Sentencing Trust started in 2001 criminal justice
policy was being driven by a bunch of left-leaning liberals
that had implemented the removal of anything that looked like
punishment or deterrent. Prison had become holiday camps, work
in prison had been banned, parole was an automatic ‘right’
[no matter the threat] bail bonds were removed,
Sentencing Trust has had some staggering successes with 14 out
of the 16 policies on our ‘wish-list’ at the 2008 Election
having now been implemented. ‘Three-Strikes’, the ability
for Judges to now give true ‘Life’ sentences and giving
the Police greater powers to take DNA and greater rights for
victims including the $50 offender levy, to name a few.
am the first to admit that it was not solely the
implementation of Sensible Sentencing policies that has led to
the biggest drop in crime in recent years including 35 fewer
murders this year than last!
my opinion the single biggest factor in this spectacular
result has been the hardening public attitude towards
‘soft’ on crime policies. Driven by, as Mr Sharples call
us, ‘scaremongers’ like the Sensible Sentencing Trust!
it the reversal of these ‘loopy-left’ policies that has so
infuriated Mr. Sharples, or is there another agenda starting
to come to the fore?
the Maori Party really a ‘covert’ organization – a cover
for something far more sinister?
else would the Maori Party be so against the Police gathering
information that could expose criminal intent – the answer
can only be that they do not want criminals caught.
the existing political climate – National doesn’t need the
votes – it will be very difficult for the Sensible
Sentencing Trust to eclipse our success at the last Election.
But that won’t stop us trying.
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