No re­as­sur­ance

Te Awamutu Courier - - News - DEN­NIS CATCHPOLE

I was so pleased to read June Bright’s let­ter re­as­sur­ing us that we can trust the Gov­ern­ment over abor­tion, and eu­thana­sia, and le­gal­is­ing drugs.

I feel so much bet­ter. Yeah right.

First of all, we do not have a le­git­i­mate gov­ern­ment.

We have a gov­ern­ment elected by one-man, Win­ston Peters, and that says it all. Who, based on his record, would trust him?

What hap­pened to democ­racy?

If we look at overseas ex­pe­ri­ence on all these is­sues, we will find that de­spite the so-called safe­guards they are abused.

The fact is that man is not to be trusted with power over any­one’s life.

We have ma­jor prob­lems in this coun­try, called New Zealand by the way, not Aotearoa New Zealand.

I don’t re­mem­ber us hav­ing a ref­er­en­dum chang­ing our coun­try’s name.

Sui­cide is al­ready a ma­jor con­cern, we don’t need to make it le­gal.

Drugs are al­ready a ma­jor con­cern, we don’t need to make it le­gal as well.

New Zealand has be­come a sec­u­lar so­ci­ety and many in our so­ci­ety have no moral com­pass.

We live in a beau­ti­ful coun­try, with most of our peo­ple be­ing de­cent peo­ple, but we re­ally do need to push back this left­ist move­ment, who are de­ter­mined to pur­sue so­cial en­gi­neer­ing to our detri­ment.

Con­grat­u­la­tions Barbara Lin­ton for speak­ing out.

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