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Media Moronry in Wannabe Terrorists' Let-Off


SOLO Press Release: More Media Moronry in Wake of Wannabe Terrorists' Let-Off

November 9, 2007

The media and the rest of the nation's Political Correctness Nazis
are undulating in a feeding frenzy of phony indignation about hurt
feelings and damaged relationships in the wake of the
Solicitor-General's finding that the wannabe terrorists can't be
charged under the Suppression of Terrorism Act, says SOLO Principal
Lindsay Perigo.

"While the Sainsburys and Campbells of this world obsess about
extracting an apology and/or resignation from the Police Commissioner,
they might pause to reflect that the reason cited by Mr Collins is the
'incoherence' of the Act, not the guiltlessness of the wannabe Osamas.
They might ponder these words from his findings:

'I wish also to stress that the police have successfully brought to
an end what were very disturbing activities. That the police did so
without a single shot being fired, injury or loss of life, is a
tremendous reflection on the professionalism and integrity of the New
Zealand police.'

"Just what were these 'very disturbing activities'? Did Campbell or
Sainsbury even bother to ask? Nope, because they're not interested.
Rather get the wannabes' whanau on for an orgy of mutual brown-nosing
and police-bashing. The sickening sycophancy of our poor men's John
Pilgers towards the likes of Mordi-Fascism, Islamo-Fascism and
eco-Fascism was on full display.

"The Campbells and Sainsburys might also reflect that if their
pin-ups' agenda comes to pass, they'll be among the first to be blown
up, or lined up against a wall, notwithstanding their erstwhile
sycophancy.

"Meanwhile, thanks to political incompetence, the public remains in
the dark about precisely what Iti and his comrades were up to that was
so very disturbing. Attorney-General Cullen should rectify this
outrage forthwith," Perigo concludes.

ends

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