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'Menstrual Voodooism Pits PC Against PC'

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'Menstrual Voodooism' Pits Politically Correct against Politically Correct

Ringside seats are already being booked for the forthcoming battle of the politically correct versus the politically correct. Libertarianz 'Wimmyn's Affairs' Spokesman Joy Faulkner has booked early, and eagerly awaits watching the Politically Correct feminazis and the punch-drunk tribalists slog it out over menstrual voodoism.

The issue - menstruating women, or those of child bearing age, cannot work in sacred Maori forests say the tribalists. Faulkner's money so far is on the tribalists, since the feminazis, she says, are just a bunch of 'cowardly wimps'. "As a woman myself," says Faulkner, "I would tell these dweebs where to stick their job. In our politically correct world this kind of clash had to happen sooner or later," she continues, "and this one promises to be far more interesting than watching ecologists protesting Maori harvesting of beached whales."

"The spineless Department of Conservation has already indicated they will avoid any conflict by kow-towing to the hocus-pocus of the cave dwellers," mocks Faulkner. "If Maori owned these forests, then they would of course be entitled to hire whomever they please, using whatever belief system takes their fancy. But they have no right to force these beliefs on the rest of us, or to force taxpayers to hire witchdoctors on their behalf. No doubt every Government Department will soon have its own section of witchdoctors, to be expensively wheeled out to placate similar tribalist bleating."

This battle promises to be yet another round in the downward spiral of politically correct insanity in this country, which if unarrested promises a downward spiral into a banana republic.

ENDS

For more information contact:

Joy Faulkner
LIBERTARIANZ SPOKESMAN FOR WIMMYN'S AFFAIRS
092684251 or 025 201 9604
Or contact Libertarianz Media Coordinator on (025) 861 927, e-mail:
organon@ihug.co.nz
www.libertarianz.org.nz

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