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Sterilise the Politicians!

Sterilise the Politicians!

The desire of ACT MP David Garrett and Wanganui Mayor Michael Laws to sterilise scum who beat and murder their infant children is entirely understandable, and on the face of it laudable, says SOLO Principal Lindsay Perigo.

“It’s also, in their case, utterly hypocritical,” Perigo adds.

“Neither of these gentlemen has the guts to oppose the state subsidisation of breeding that is at the root of child abuse. Mr Laws in particular was an unprotesting member of a government that vastly expanded such subsidisation. He went on to become chief apologist for an even worse advocate of socialistic cannibalism, Winston Peters.

“Sterilising scum after they, the scum (themselves the product of subsidised parenting) have bred with taxpayer money, is ambulance-at-the-bottom-of-the-cliff stuff. Better to sterilise (and imprison) the scum like Clark and Cullen and Key and English and Goff and Hide and Laws and Garrett who sanction such breeding with stolen money in exchange for votes in the first place.

“The worst child-abusers in this country are in Parliament,” Perigo continues. “Every MP from every party is guilty.

“The simple, but politically unpalatable, solution to the problem of child abuse is for the state to stop paying scum to have children they, the scum, don’t want (and to stop paying anyone to have children, period). The state should retrieve all children born in such circumstances and adopt them out to parents who do want them. It should make clear that all children unfortunate enough to be born in such such circumstances in the future will be similarly rescued.

“And as an additional precaution, the state should sterilise all politicians—in the current context, the ultimate scum, parasites and child-molesters. It should do so forcibly, not requiring the consent of the scum or paying them $5000 of taxpayer money a piece as Mr Garrett proposes. The idea of the likes of Messrs Laws or Garrett breeding is no more appetising than that of members of Black Power doing so,” Perigo concludes.


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