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Where Are The Liberal Do-Gooders Now?

25th January 2008

Where Are The Liberal Do-Gooders Now??

The Sensible Sentencing Trust says the latest killing in Auckland is further evidence that the politically correct social experiment promoted by a bunch of do-gooders has been a dismal failure.

Trust Spokesman Garth McVicar said, “This was just another senseless killing by another feral mongrel. An out-of-control, totally dysfunctional 16 year old youth”.

“What a fantastic little Country we have become, undomesticated feral teenagers roaming the streets with Knives or other weapons maiming and murdering innocent law-abiding citizens”.

“This was decent hard working young man from a decent family, his life has been rubbed out by a despicable feral vermin that the do-gooders will say deserves the chance to be rehabilitated! What absolute rubbish!”

McVicar said New Zealand had become the cesspool of the pacific, a writhing violent little hell-hole where tourists are raped and murdered and elderly people lock themselves in their homes during the day and night.

“We have given our streets over to these feral mongrels to the point where now you would have to be very brave – or stupid – to walk the streets alone, day or night”.

“Where are the people who pushed this pathetic failed social policy that has resulted in skyrocketing violent crime, an escalating prison population and destroyed a Country that was only thirty years ago recognized as the safest in the Western World”.

“Where are these do-gooders now?”

ENDS

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