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Murderers May Need Ultimate State Sanction

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30 May 2005

Murderers May Need Ultimate State Sanction

A plague of murder continues unabated in New Zealand as the government closes its eyes to its responsibility to punish the evildoer (Rom. 13: 4). Another double slaying of an elderly couple has just made the headlines. The small rural servicing town of Feilding is the latest town to experience the hand of the brutal murderer.

A still unsolved murder of an 83 year old in Marton should cause Manawatu locals to be extremely worried about their own safety. It is time New Zealanders woke up to the fact that the breakdown of society which is gathering pace and resulting in unthinkable and serious crimes against the innocent has a direct correlation with the feminization of New Zealand society.

Never have we lived in such violent times as youth run amok in our crime-ridden streets, elderly victims of crime are left defenceless as police are stretched to breaking point and the law of the land and the courts are soft on vicious criminals, according them more “rights” than their victims. With feminists, along with effeminate men meekly submitting to their female Prime Minister, we cannot expect a virile response against crime and criminals..

Here is an opportunity for the National Party to win the next election. If they are prepared to slough off the albatross of feminism and effeminacy, which they are also infected with and make as a policy for the upcoming election a binding referendum for the return of the death penalty for serious crimes and recidivism, they could very well be in power for a very long time.

Who is going to stand up and say that the murderer must be put to death so that New Zealand will again be a safer place? Sadly while the feminists control this state, things can only get worse for the elderly and young alike. They simply do not care about the safety of New Zealanders. Their agenda is to make New Zealand more anarchic than it is already.

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