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Anzac Pie: ‘The myths and mythology’

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2019

Sent by a reader in “Disaster City One” [colourful language removed by Moderator DH]

Image of the Day: Anzac Pie – or Anzac Smoothie

Unlike the infamous Anzac Biscuits….

Butter, golden syrup and coconut are key ingredients of the quintessential Anzac biscuit – but also key to debunking some of the myths surrounding its origin, notably that they were made by soldiers at the front in World War I or sent to them by wives or girlfriends at home.”

It’s much easier to buy or make your own Anzac pie at home. Fortunately, there are no key ingredients for the Anzac pie. In fact, they are usually made by men and women in The Republic of China and sold on line at AliExpress. https://www.aliexpress.com/w/wholesale-party-products.html

 

Anzac Pie. Image source: https://www.aliexpress.com/

 

Dr Banshee Cobleworth, who’s based at the University of Ortago, has researched the Anzac Pie and the folklore surrounding it.

She says, if you don’t want to enrich the Chinese economy, here’s a simple recipe to make your own at or near your home!

Anzac Pies Recipe
This recipe for ‘Anzac Pies’ is from way back when and included in various cookery books.

INGREDIENTS

Flaked oatmeal, or indeed anything else that your pooch would swallow!

METHOD:

Put dry ingredients into the dog bowl, add some water and let the mongrel eat the mix and produce the golden Anzac pies.

If you prefer to buy from China…

Buyer Protection

  • Full Refund if you don’t receive your order
  • Refund and eat items not as described

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Anzac Day: Defining the absurdity of our lives

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2018

Sent by a reader:

How the Allied cannon fodder prevented the Ottoman Empire from advancing to Otago…

So many people lost their lives so that one day C**TS like John Key and Jacinda Ardern could become Prime Minister!

Gallipoli campaign: The Allied forces were evacuated at the end of 1915 after suffering heavy casualties. The Allied deaths totaled about 57,000, including over 8,000 from Australia (up to 22,000 others wounded, or missing) and 3,000 from New Zealand (more than 5,000 others missing or wounded–many of them being amputated and/or receiving horrific scars).

Not a single officer, or agents of the evil empire, responsible for the Gallipoli campaign debacle was ever prosecuted for the massive casualties…

Total Allied casualties [Great Britain and Ireland, Australia, War-Sick New Zealand, India, Newfoundland and France] included about 57,000 dead, 100,000 wounded and at least 12,000 missing.

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WHEN absurdity rises to astronomical heights

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2017

V. Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports:

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Sent by a reader who lost a relative in Gallipoli, who was ordered to prevent the other empire from invading Rotorua

More garbage for space: Nasa’s Wanka balloon to carry  Anzac poppy to outer space

NASA communications spokesman announced on Tuesday that the world’s worst-managed organization was “moving forward” with its eighth launch attempt of its super pressure balloon from Wanaka, and to commemoration of the bloody wars, they have added a poppy to the garbage payload.

The balloon, which looks like a condom a giant panda might ware, is expected to circumnavigate the world for 100 days, before a landing in Argentina.

Other News in Drips…

Some tourists flock to Newfoundland, Canada to watch “Titanic” icebergs, while some others come to New Zealand to be hit by road slips…

Manawatu Gorge could be closed for weeks after slips
At least 3,500 cubic metres of earth is blocking the Woodville end of State Highway 3 through the Manawatu Gorge, said a report.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/91891636/manawatu-gorge-closed-as-slip-blocks-both-lanes

Murder mystery, negligent homicide, suicide, unexplained death…  no. of bodies found [and reported] in NZ today: One

Body found in bush near Thames
A hunter reportedly stumbled on a body in the bush near Thames this afternoon, police has said. The corpse has not yet been formally identified and will remain in the bush at Te Puru Forks, off the Thames Coast Rd, overnight [how sick!]
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/91905312/Body-found-in-bush-near-Coromandel-town-of-Thames

Heavily Censored News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads

Person killed in Kerikeri crash
A motorcyclist was killed =in a violent crash with a car in Kerikeri, Northland this afternoon. “Kapiro Road is currently closed between Equestrian Drive and Redcliffs Road,” police said.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-crash-kerikeri

Fatal crash in Ohau, Waitaki
A fatal crash has been reported at Lake Ohau in the Waitaki District. One man was killed died in the single-vehicle crash on Freehold Creek Bridge, which is a one-lane bridge between Lake Ohau Village and Lake Ohau Lodge, police said.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-crash-ohau-waitaki

NZ Police Clowns: Extreme Malevolence, Institutional Corruption, Phenomenal Incompetence, Sexual Harassment…

Woman claims senior Northland police officer harassed and abused her for years
“A senior Northland police officer brought a woman flowers and nicknamed her ‘Spice’ before sexually abusing her, it is alleged.”

The woman says the scumbag took advantage and molested her when she was in a vulnerable position, as are very many of New Zealand women throughout their lives, say the Moderators.

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Disinformation reaching new heights

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2016

sent by a reader in Auckland

WTF: ‘Hiroshima devastation remembered in Anzac Day reflection’

New Spin: “We are good! Americans are bad! Evil deserves no punishment [unless WE say so.]”

“I could not believe what I was seeing, in every direction was nothing.”

“These little Japanese kids, no parents, no one to look after them. You had to be there to see it, these young kids freezing.” http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/79268897/hiroshima-devastation-remembered-in-anzac-day-reflection

IT’S OK TO JOIN THE AIR FORCE [in a support role] SO LONG AS YOU ARE NOT THE ONE DROPPING THE BOMBS????

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Spin facts, deny conspiracy, spin conspiracy, deny facts… boobytrap facts, double-spin conspiracy… confused? Well, at least you’ll get the idea!

“The chemtrails conspiracy theory has been circulating for a while among the same sorts of people who believe that 9/11 was an inside job and celebrities are being controlled by the CIA.” http://www.vice.com/read/i-tricked-chemtrail-conspiracy-theorists-947

[Mix fiction with facts, bait a chemtrails strawman, and you can even have a stab at convincing your low IQ readers that building No. 7 at WTC committed suicide!]

Climate change is a “hustle”

And how would you prove that you are the white knight? Bait your high-IQ readers with a healthy serving of officially-suppressed facts, and boobytrap…

“The elite’s covert agenda to misuse and debase the educational system and mass media through pervasive social engineering and mind control designed to diabolically dumb down and brainwash multiple generations into robotically operating completely devoid of any capacity for critical thinking and reasoning, absolutely clueless in discerning truth from 24/7 lies, disinformation and propaganda has been a resounding success. That said, more citizens of the world every single day are ultimately realizing that their own government as the elite’s authoritarian thugs is their true enemy merely carrying out eugenics marching orders amounting to human genocide. Like the sacrificial lambs of the 3000 Americans murdered by the ruling elite on 9/11, we are all targets for extermination, all but a half billion slaves left alive to service the psychopaths in charge. ”

“That said, the global warming industry stakes are now worth an annual $1.5 trillion.”

[Even if true, the total revenues for the oil and gas drilling sector alone came to $5 trillion in 2014.]

“Many scientists maintain that increasing CO2 levels only help to stimulate plant growth since the plant kingdom’s fuel is carbon dioxide.”

[The increasing CO2 levels could arguably help to stimulate plant growth on a micro scale and for a short time, but the climate change will increase the risk of severe droughts and ultimately desertification on a macro scale.]
http://www.sott.net/article/317032-The-global-warming-scam-Paris-climate-agreement-and-NWO-global-rule

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Anzac day parade: an outrage on conscience

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2015

from the pages of apartheid fort new zealand blog:

IF war is so glorious, why do you have to lace it with sex to make it sell?

Ramming the War Dildo Down Your Throat and Up Your Tushi

Sent by a reader in the UK [Edited by TEAA] – Originally posted by te2ataria on November 11, 2009

The war mechanics have it in for you!

War Propaganda: Whether they are selling you war with the boobs on tanks gimmicks, the pathetic ANZAC Day way, or through the Armistice nostalgia crap, the war mechanics have you hooked by your private parts.

the war dildo - boobs on tanks
Ramming the War Dildo Up Your Tushi: By Hooks, Crooks and Massive Boobs!
Chelsea Charms, who claims to have the world’s biggest breasts, sits on a tank, selling the occupation war in Afghanistan during the ‘Boobs on Bikes’ parade along Queen Street [September 23, 2009.] Photo by David Rowland/NZPA. Image may be subject to copyright.

Take the latest outrage, an affront to sanity and human dignity!

Students have been asked to write speeches about war in the Cyril Bassett VC Speech Competition. The prize is a trip to Gallipoli. This time it’s a return trip. The next time, it would be one way without so much as a VC cross.

Corporal Cyril Bassett, who received the VC for his bravery under fire at Gallipoli Corporal Cyril Bassett received the VC for his bravery under fire at Gallipoli. Some of his 2,271 dead comrades got wooden crosses, and 4,752 others who were wounded got f**k all, presumably because they weren’t as brave as him.

This writer’s grandfather got £5 for losing his brother to WWII  (and NO medals).

The competition is named after the first New Zealander to win a Victoria Cross for bravery in World War I. Corporal Bassett, VC, reportedly “braved intense enemy fire at Chunuk Bair on the Gallipoli Peninsula several times to repair communications lines.”

How do we know that? War historians… ok … . Well, to be honest with you …

Why did he go to war in the first place? The Ottoman soldiers were advancing in … err… on Otago!

To tell you the truth, everybody was fighting those days. Look at Afghanistan and Iraq. Isn’t the enemy still fighting us there even today?

“It was just that I was so short that the bullets passed over me”, He later said, reluctant to talk about his VC.  “All my mates ever got were wooden crosses.”

Some 8,556 New Zealand soldiers landed at Gallipoli, of whom 2,721 were killed and 4,752 wounded. But only one man won the VC jackpot prize. Presumably, the rest of them were considered not brave enough to win a prize because they refused to risk their lives for their slave masters.

“Too bad they were slaughtered in trenches like chickens in a coop,” a certain politician might have been heard saying, “they had the option to die like real men!”

What an insult to the 7, 473 dead and wounded in the Gallipoli Campaign. They didn’t get even a lollipop consolation prize. It was almost as bad as molesting the secondary school students with the war dildo.

Why the school war speech competition?

Honorable mention for anyone who gets this one right!

[Hints: An old Chinese psychological system of influencing the mind, which was successfully reintroduced in N. Vietnam on American POWs. You become what you write about. Also a trick used by marketing firms for deep-branding.]

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Since Anzac day four years ago …

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2015

sent by a reader in Wellington four years ago….

But the military no longer trusts its chopper pie-lots

So many people lost their lives so that one day a C*NT like John Key could be the Prime Minister (again)

Ninety-six years on and nearly 3,000 dead, but kiwis have failed to evolve and change their  “values!”

“Breaking with #$#@%!! Tradition”

“Earthquake battered Christchurch has had to forgo its traditional gathering in Cathedral Square for a less attended service in Hagley Park.”

“Vietnam veteran and parade marshal Patrick Duggan has been attending the dawn parade at the cathedral for the past 24 years and said it was sad to break the tradition.

“It would have been great to have it at the cathedral, even just as it stands now, but we had to take safety into consideration.” He said.

Ouch!

“He said last year’s service drew a crowd of about 15,000 Cantabrians and it was disheartening to see only a small bunch gathered today.”

http://www.stuff.co.nz/waikato-times/news/4924420/Anzac-Day-still-raw-in-Feilding-as-thousands-gather

Daylight Robbery!

“War veterans were dealt the ultimate insult on Anzac Day after the New Zealand flag was stolen from the New Plymouth cenotaph shortly after the dawn service.

“The theft occurred in broad daylight between the end of the dawn service at 6.45am and when it was first noticed missing at 9.15am.”

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4925378/Flag-theft-insult-to-veterans

‘Anzac Culture’ Police [Added by Moderator]

Did you expect the ‘Anzac-Culture’ police to behave differently, for example, give a damn about human life, or public property?

“Police cars are involved in more than twice as many crashes as they were six years ago – now having nearly three accidents a day.

“The latest figures, issued to The Dominion Post under the Official Information Act, show 1053 crashes involving police cars in the last financial year – up 140 per cent from 2004-05.

“Police have said the dramatic increase is due to better reporting methods, a claim labelled “silly” and “insulting” by a Lower Hutt man injured in a police crash.”

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4925261/Police-mayhem-three-crashes-a-day

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Anzac Panzac Day, Again!

Posted by te2ataria on April 26, 2011

sent by a reader in Wellington

But the military no longer trusts its chopper pie-lots

So many people lost their lives so that one day a C*NT like John Key could be the Prime Minister

Ninety-six years on and nearly 3,000 dead, but kiwis have failed to evolve and change their  “values!”

“Breaking with #$#@%!! Tradition”

“Earthquake battered Christchurch has had to forgo its traditional gathering in Cathedral Square for a less attended service in Hagley Park.”

“Vietnam veteran and parade marshal Patrick Duggan has been attending the dawn parade at the cathedral for the past 24 years and said it was sad to break the tradition.

“It would have been great to have it at the cathedral, even just as it stands now, but we had to take safety into consideration.” He said.

Ouch!

“He said last year’s service drew a crowd of about 15,000 Cantabrians and it was disheartening to see only a small bunch gathered today.”

http://www.stuff.co.nz/waikato-times/news/4924420/Anzac-Day-still-raw-in-Feilding-as-thousands-gather

Daylight Robbery!

“War veterans were dealt the ultimate insult on Anzac Day after the New Zealand flag was stolen from the New Plymouth cenotaph shortly after the dawn service.

“The theft occurred in broad daylight between the end of the dawn service at 6.45am and when it was first noticed missing at 9.15am.”

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4925378/Flag-theft-insult-to-veterans

‘Anzac Culture’ Police [Added by Moderator]

Did you expect the ‘Anzac-Culture’ police to behave differently, for example, give a damn about human life, or public property?

“Police cars are involved in more than twice as many crashes as they were six years ago – now having nearly three accidents a day.

“The latest figures, issued to The Dominion Post under the Official Information Act, show 1053 crashes involving police cars in the last financial year – up 140 per cent from 2004-05.

“Police have said the dramatic increase is due to better reporting methods, a claim labelled “silly” and “insulting” by a Lower Hutt man injured in a police crash.”

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4925261/Police-mayhem-three-crashes-a-day

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Ramming War Propaganda Down Your Throat

Posted by te2ataria on November 11, 2009

sent by a reader in the UK [Edited by TEAA]

The war mechanics have it in for you!

Ramming the War Dildo Down Your Throat and Up Your Tushi

Whether they are selling you war with the boobs on tanks gimmicks, the pathetic ANZAC Day way, or through the Armistice nostalgia crap, the war mechanics have you hooked by your private parts.

the war dildo - boobs on tanks
Ramming the War Dildo Up Your Tushi: By Hooks, Crooks and Massive Boobs!
Chelsea Charms, who claims to have the world’s biggest breasts, sits on a tank, selling the occupation war in Afghanistan during the ‘Boobs on Bikes’ parade along Queen Street [September 23, 2009.] Photo by David Rowland/NZPA. Image may be subject to copyright.

Take the latest outrage, an affront to sanity and human dignity!

Students have been asked to write speeches about war in the Cyril Bassett VC Speech Competition. The prize is a trip to Gallipoli. This time it’s a return trip. The next time, it would be one way without so much as a VC cross.

Corporal Cyril Bassett, who received the VC for his bravery under fire at Gallipoli Corporal Cyril Bassett received the VC for his bravery under fire at Gallipoli. Some of his 2,271 dead comrades got wooden crosses, and 4,752 others who were wounded got f**k all, presumably because they weren’t as brave as him.

This writer’s grandfather got £5 for losing his brother to WWII  (and NO medals).

The competition is named after the first New Zealander to win a Victoria Cross for bravery in World War I. Corporal Bassett, VC, reportedly “braved intense enemy fire at Chunuk Bair on the Gallipoli Peninsula several times to repair communications lines.”

How do we know that? War historians… ok … . Well, to be honest with you …

Why did he go to war in the first place? The Ottoman soldiers were advancing in … err… on Otago!

To tell you the truth, everybody was fighting those days. Look at Afghanistan and Iraq. Isn’t the enemy still fighting us there even today?

“It was just that I was so short that the bullets passed over me”, He later said, reluctant to talk about his VC.  “All my mates ever got were wooden crosses.”

Some 8,556 New Zealand soldiers landed at Gallipoli, of whom 2,721 were killed and 4,752 wounded. But only one man won the VC jackpot prize. Presumably, the rest of them were considered not brave enough to win a prize because they refused to risk their lives for their slave masters.

“Too bad they were slaughtered in trenches like chickens in a coop,” a certain politician might have been heard saying, “they had the option to die like real men!”

What an insult to the 7, 473 dead and wounded in the Gallipoli Campaign. They didn’t get even a lollipop consolation prize. It was almost as bad as molesting the secondary school students with the war dildo.

Why the school war speech competition?

Honorable mention for anyone who gets this one right!

[Hints: An old Chinese psychological system of influencing the mind, which was successfully reintroduced in N. Vietnam on American POWs. You become what you write about. Also a trick used by marketing firms for deep-branding.]

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So Much Collective Bad Karma in New Zealand?

Posted by te2ataria on July 25, 2009

The impact of collective bad karma isn’t regulated by the Geneva Conventions, either!

pakeha are the lowest form of life … their cowardly soldiers are the maggots that come out of …

Had just replied to a reader on

It’s Your Collective Bad Karma!

See: Let’s say I’m convinced about the impact of bad karma, but why is it so severe in New Zealand?

When a reader sent in the following:

NZ soldiers slaughtered Bedouin

Anzac scumbags
“The ANZAC Mounted Division.”  These murderous maggots and worms specialized in the murder of unarmed, defenseless civilians. This is a known fact, as their disastrous performance in Gallipoli showed, the murderous cowards were not men enough to face an enemy that were even minimally armed!

Hundreds of Bedouin were massacred by lowlife ANZAC scumbags when scumbag Trooper Leslie Lowry — of the New Zealand Machine Gun Squadron lines — was allegedly killed on December 9, 1918, by a local thief whom he had chased out of the tent camp.

“It was always thought that New Zealanders were mainly responsible for the massacre,” Paul Daley, author of Beersheeba told The Age newspaper in Melbourne.

Paul Daley said: “The Australians’ participation was assumed but never really proven.”

Whatever the role of the Australians in the killings, the fact remains that the massacre was initiated by the runts of British empire, the maggots from the feces, who have always gone out of their tiny, murderous heads to be regarded as one of “the boys.”

The men on garrison duty at the time were from the ANZAC Mounted Division: the Canterbury Mounted Rifles and 7th Light Horse Regiment.

Daley’s  discovery of  a tape recording of a former trooper in the Australian Light Horse, Ted O’Brien, is revealing. Ted O’Brien reportedly “described in graphic detail how he and his comrades had ‘had a good issue of rum’ and ‘done their blocks’  in Surafend, and how they ‘went through (the village) with a bayonet.’

What will they blame the massacres in Afghanistan on? Opium, morphine, heroine or the yet more  exotic derivatives of the local produce?

The Bedouin, Mr O’Brien said, were “wicked…You’d shoot them on sight.” Of the massacre at Surafend, he said “it was a real bad thing…It was ungodly.”

The massacre wasn’t technically a war crime. So that’s alright. [The collective bad karma isn’t regulated by the Geneva Convention, either. TEAA]

Daley said that, while some people would no doubt define Surafend as a “war crime”, technically it was not covered by the Geneva Conventions, and it actually happened after the war ended on November 11.

What did the occupying British Army say? Surely even they must have been far less evil than the ANZAC maggots.

The British commander-in-chief, General Sir Edmund Allenby, is said to have called the soldiers “cowards and murderers” at a parade the next day. All leave was stopped, all men on leave recalled and all recommendations for honours were withdrawn.

Junior officers closed ranks and no one was charged but in 1921 New Zealand paid compensation of 858 pounds and Australia paid 515 pounds, to the British, who then ruled Palestine, for the reconstruction of the village. The British Army paid 686 pounds because a small number of Scottish soldiers had participated. No witness actually saw the New Zealander shot, or saw the killer run into the nearby village of Surafend.

But tracks led in that direction and the men of Lowry’s unit threw a cordon around the village to prevent anyone from entering or leaving. They did not enter the village that night and the next day were ordered by officers to lift the cordon.

But that night about 200 Anzac troops surrounded the village, expelled the women and children and old men, and using pick handles and bayonets murdered between 40 and 120 men before torching their huts. The flames lit up the countryside for miles around. They then moved on to a neighbouring nomad camp, which they also burned to the ground.

The above is of course the romanticized version of the events that forgets “the boys” had “had a good issue of rum,” who also raped fair number of local women before bayoneting and mutilating them to death. The actual figures were probably closer to 1,250 villagers, men, women and children who were massacred indiscriminately

One New Zealand witness claimed that Scottish artillerymen from the Ayrshire Battery took part using horse traces (heavy harness chains encased in leather.

Another Australian author, Patsy Adam-Smith, said in her book The Anzacs that one report stated that the men threw villagers down a well and rolled a large grindstone down on top of them.

“Their excuse was that they were sick of the natives stealing; for five years they’d put up with their small private possessions from home being stolen as well as their uniforms and gear, were weary of their men being ambushed and killed while the authorities did nothing”.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2672723/NZ-soldiers-slaughtered-Bedouin-tape

Most of the genocide techniques used by pakeha petes against Maori remain the same whether they are applied in this country, Egypt, Vietnam… Iraq or Afghanistan.

Let’s hope this answers Bev’s question why the impact of collective bad karma is so severe in New Zealand. TEAA

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Burning New Zealand’s Flag of Shame

Posted by te2ataria on May 7, 2009

New Zealand flag burned at student meeting about Anzac Day

The New Zealand flag was set on fire today at a meeting called to resolve whether Victoria University students should lay a wreath on Anzac Day.

Joel Cosgrove, a former Victoria University of Wellington Students’ Association (VUWSA) president, burnt the flag after making a speech against New Zealand imperialism.

He and fellow Workers’ Party members Marika Pratley, a former VUWSA executive member, and Alastair Reith doused a New Zealand flag with an accelerant and lit it, student magazine Salient said.

Staff from the student bar swiftly put the fire out, and ejected Mr Cosgrove, who later told NZPA he had been served with a trespass order banning him from the Student Union building.

He did not consider his actions had endangered others, as he had taken the flag outside into the rain to prevent setting off the sprinkler system.

“The university has put a trespass order on me,” he said.

“I was making a political statement, not trying to burn down the building. I just want to go about my studies.”

VUWSA had called the meeting to debate its rejection of a Wellington City Council invitation last month to lay an Anzac Day wreath.

VUWSA executive members had felt laying a wreath would condone war, outraging students, past and present, who mounted often vitriolic attacks via the Salient magazine website.

The attempt to gauge student feeling failed to meet the required quorum of 50 students, so motions before it could not be passed.

When the floor was opened to speakers, Mr Cosgrove spoke on behalf of the Workers’ Party.

“The rhetoric of Anzac day provides justification for today’s New Zealand imperialist adventures in Afghanistan and the Pacific,” he said.

Though booed, Mr Cosgrove carried on to list conflicts New Zealand had taken part in since World War 1, Salient reported.

“The NZ flag represents both British imperialism and New Zealand imperialism contained within one entity, and for that reason we are against it,” Mr Cosgrove said, before setting the flag alight.

The Workers’ Party action was nothing to do with VUWSA, president Jasmine Freemantle said.

Student Union complex manager Rainsforth Dix told Salient the university was aware of this incident and considering what action to take.

In recent years, Valerie Morse and Paul Hopkinson have been fined for burning the New Zealand flag at protests in Wellington.

The High Court at Wellington eventually overturned Mr Hopkinson’s conviction for dishonouring the flag during a 2003 protest at Parliament.

Ms Morse was in March given permission to be heard in the Court of Appeal over her $500 offensive behaviour fine, related to her burning the flag on Anzac Day in 2007.

Copyright 3News/NZPA.

http://www.3news.co.nz/News/NationalNews/New-Zealand-flag-burned-at-student-meeting-about-Anzac-Day/tabid/423/articleID/102956/cat/64/Default.aspx

New Zealand has only one legitimate flag: Tino rangatiratanga

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A Few People Said “NO!”

Posted by te2ataria on April 29, 2009

Article was sent by a reader who walks past the War-Sick Museum every day, and who says he would one day defecate or at least puke inside the gun pictured below.

A few people among a couple of million war-sick pakeha said “NO!” to war, ANZAC day, the rape army, ‘remembrance’ and all the phallic symbols that go with it!

The following article was posted at Salient, the student magazine at Victoria University of Wellington.

VUWSA: ANZAC wreath would support war

by Michael Oliver and Jackson Wood, Fri, 24 Apr 2009

In a decision made fewer than three days out from the day itself, Victoria University of Wellington Students’ Association (VUWSA) decided to reject an invitation from the Wellington City Council to lay a wreath at this year’s ANZAC Day commemorations.

auckland-museum-gobeirne
The “how-long-is-your-dick” gun, another phallic symbol of war, displayed outside Auckland War[-Sick] Memorial Museum, New Zealand. Source: Absolute Astronomy. Image may be subject to copyright.

The decision was borne out of a desire not to “arbitrarily” observe events for which there was no formal VUWSA policy. VUWSA does not currently have a formal position on officially commemorating ANZAC Day, and this position was considered the “overarching” reason for the rejection.

VUWSA President Jasmine Freemantle said there was no “official mandate from students” to recognise ANZAC Day. She also said there would be a Special Representative Council meeting to seek this mandate from students later this year.

In 2007 exec member Heleyni Pratley laid a communist wreath on ANZAC Day, reading “To the dead and the dying in the struggle against imperialism, victory shall be theirs”. The same wording featured in the wreath laid by 1973 VUWSA President Peter Wilson in protest against the Vietnam War and again 30 years later by 2006 President Nick Kelly.


New Zealand Infantry Lemon Squeezer. Invert to use as a chamber pot in emergencies. Source: Auckland War[-Sick] Memorial Museum. Image may be subject to copyright.

The lack of policy was not the only reason a number of Exec members were vehemently against the idea of laying a wreath. Exec members said that to lay a wreath would be to condone war.

Vice President of Education, Freya Eng, expressed concern for the association’s reputation.

“I don’t want to look like we support war at all,” she said.

VUWSA’s Vice President of Administration Alexander Neilson claimed a wreath would be unnecessary.

“There’s no point in placing a wreath if it has nothing to do with students,” Neilson said during the meeting.

Neilson went on to explain that Victoria had already “done its part” to commemorate the fallen with the construction of the Memorial Theatre. He went on to suggest the possibility of laying a “small” wreath in the theatre (which is currently under construction) as recognition of students who served in the military. Also possibly holding a few moments of silence before the next meeting, “and leav[ing] it at that.”

Vic has a long and storied history of involvement in military service. Male students were required to undergo territorial training during World War II, following the completion of exams. 290 students are known to have lost their lives during the conflict.

In 1942, the Victoria University of Wellington Students Association actively engaged in raising money for the Patriotic Fund, which financed all the work done by the YMCA and the Church Army during the World War II. The association also invested in government stock.

Copyright © 2009 Salient Ltd

http://www.salient.org.nz/blog/vuwsa-anzac-wreath-would-support-war

Judging by the attitude of students who commented on the above, you could tell there’s no future for the majority of pakeha in New Zealand, or even in Australia.

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ANZpank Day at New Zealand Army

Posted by te2ataria on April 27, 2009

ANZpank Day—the day after ANZAC Day

Major in court martial over unwanted spanking

An army major [name suppression ordered, naturally,] has been charged with spanking a ‘female’ colleague, while sending lewd text messages to another and grabbing a third by the thigh.

“In a court martial at Wellington’s Trentham Army Base today, the officer, who has name suppression, pleaded not guilty to all seven charges.” Ad media reported.

“The incidents allegedly occurred in September 2007, in New Plymouth, Linton Military Camp and Trentham Military Camp,” assistant prosecutor said.

Any wonder the young soldiers cover their butts with both hands?

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New Zealand soldiers seen covering their butts with both hands, presumably to prevent being molested by their senior officers. Photo supplied.

“Defense lawyer Tom Gilbert said the alleged offending was “minor, small, little matter” and not worth bringing to court.”

“They do not construe criminal assaults. They certainly do not construe indecent assaults,” he told the court.

What farce! Is this pretending that the court doesn’t know why people join the army, or that “shagging,” raping and racketeering is NOT the norm and routine in New Zealand army?

http://www.3news.co.nz/News/NationalNews/NZDF-Major-in-court-martial-over-unwanted-touching-of-colleagues/tabid/423/articleID/101391/cat/64/Default.aspx

Meanwhile we are told that

The *%^$#& Army has a drinking problem, too!

“Driving and alcohol-related crimes accounted for most of the offences committed by Defence Force members from the Linton and Ohakea military bases.

“Documents obtained by the Manawatu Standard under the Official Information Act revealed 47 Linton Army Camp soldiers and five Ohakea Air Force Base members appeared before the courts last year.

“The Linton-based soldiers faced charges of excess breath alcohol, dangerous driving, sustained loss of traction, common assault, careless driving, threatening language, obstruction, speeding, domestic violence, disorderly behaviour, fighting, wilful damage, male assaults female and breaching the liquor ban.

“Linton Army Camp commander Colonel Tim Keating said efforts had been made to tackle the culture of drinking at Linton.”

Sure! The soldiers who don’t drink on Monday nights, can “shag”  their  ‘female’ colleagues on Tuesday nights.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2366560/Army-drinking-culture-is-under-attack

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A brief thought on ANZAC Day

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2009

sent by a reader

You were shafted!

The Gallipoli Campaign: How Hundreds of thousands of sheeple were led to slaughterhouse

Today was another ANZAC Day. Between 25 April 1915 and 6 January 1916 about half a million sheeple were Slaughtered on both sides in the Gallipoli Campaign, while playing the empires’ power games. At least twice as many were maimed or injured on all sides.

Of the glorious gory dead about 11 thousands were Australian and New Zealanders.

How many of those brave [sic] soldiers refused to fight on conscientious grounds?

How many of them turned their guns on the top brass and shouted: “Enough is enough. I’m shooting you in self defense because I can’t go on murdering people like myself in cold blood on your orders,” or words to that effect?

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton paid her tribute to New Zealand soldiers a couple of days ago.

Mrs Clinton called Anzac Day “a day to mark a defining event,” and expressed her “gratitude” to the “dedicated troops.”

She is right, of course, because the “dedicated troops” saved the world from tyranny.

Could you imagine what might have happened, if, god forbid, the Ottoman empire had won the war?

For one thing, the de facto language in the White House during her husband’s terms in the Office might have been Turkish, instead of Hebrew.

For another, She would have been told to don ‘Ottoman hijab’ when meeting with New Zealand’s pimping Foreign Minister instead of squeezing her mammoth legs into those painfully tight trousers.

Meanwhile, Mr Key said Anzac Day was also special this year because it marked the 70th anniversary of the start of World War II. You bet it was. Another 11,625 New Zealanders were killed in that war, so that Mr Key could one day become the Prime Minister and stick it to the rest of New Zealanders.

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Bigoted

Posted by te2ataria on April 16, 2009

Sent by a reader in Australia

ANZAC Day is NOT for Bar Brawlers

The mother of a New Zealander who was killed in a bar fight in Bali at the weekend has now raised enough money to bring back the body of her son.

Merrill Headifen has raised at least NZ$8,000 to return the body of her 22-year-old son, Sean, to Palmerston North, where she resides.

Sean Headifen, a former soldier, was killed in a bar fight in Kuta, a town in southern Bali, Indonesia, on Sunday night.

According to the news media in New Zealand,  his mother is considering to hold his funeral on Anzac Day.

I sincerely hope she would change her mind after reading this and hold the funeral for him on some other day. There are 365 days in a year and, right or wrong, ANZAC Day is dedicated to the memory of those hapless victims of the empire who lost their lives playing the rich man’s shooting game, as did my great grandpa, leaving their wives doing unimaginable things to support their families.

Kuta is not in Gallipoli. Indonesians aren’t Turks. My great grandpa and most of his army mates, who were condemned to certain death when the military top brass sent them to gallipoli, never got involved in a drunken brawl.

So, please, try to honour the Day, and let the war dead sleep in peace.

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