The loathsome integrity-free NZ Herald:

A piece in the Socialist Herald today
‘Janfrie Wakim: New Zealand must show Israel cost of staying its course’
and at the bottom of this article we have this:
‘Janfrie Wakim is a long-time Auckland campaigner for human rights in Palestine.”  link
“Palestine”? There is no such place and never was. The piece is nothing less than propaganda on behalf of liars and terrorists.

I very much doubt Israel gives a flying f**k what a pissant little socialist Pacific island thinks about the problem.

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22 Responses to The loathsome integrity-free NZ Herald:

  1. mawm says:

    Janfrie (SFNS) is just too stupid to realise that the “Palestinian Leaders” are the ones holding them captive, promoting hatred, blowing up their children and abusing their human rights….all under the watchful eye of the UN, and while being paid by the West.

  2. mawm says:

    The U.S. House of Representatives just passed, with overwhelming bipartisan support (342-80), resolution HR 11, which objects to last month’s anti-Israel UN Security Council resolution 2334.

    Maybe the thick-skinned, half-breed will at last realise what they think of him. Although I won’t hold my breath.

  3. Alan says:

    I just don’t understand why Obama shows approval ratings in the mid 50’s in both Gallup and Rasmussen polls. Beats me!

    • KG says:


      • Ronbo says:

        +Lackey LSM – and this is reason I question 57% approval rating.

        In the last election Obama’s policies were firmly rejected by a majority of voters….So how the hell could he have 57% approval?

        I’d say his true approval number are ten points lower.

    • Gregoryno6 says:

      If you ask the right questions of the right people, you can get any poll result you desire.
      Somewhat laughable when a polling firm claims that talking to a couple of thousand people gives them an accurate picture of the feelings and opinions of millions.

        • Darin says:

          “I just don’t understand why Obama shows approval ratings in the mid 50’s in both Gallup and Rasmussen polls”

          Simple,these are the same polls that said Trump couldn’t win the election,the polls are wrong.The polls these days are just democrats and liberals believing their own bullshit.Obama’s ratings are no different,my money says he has been in the low 30’s since 2013 and the media has been covering him.

          • Gregoryno6 says:

            The only surprise to me is that his numbers stayed so high right through. In 2013, the ALP and Jooolya finally started to ‘come down’ in the polls as the election drew near. Poll results suddenly sprouted little disclaimers about ‘correct within X percent.’
            The pollsters knew that Labor was on the nose and had been a long time. They knew that if they rolled right up to the polls with those high numbers for Labor, the election result would reveal them as liars. So they began to equivocate.
            With our different political systems, maybe the pollsters felt they could get away with funny numbers for Obama right to the end. He had no stake in the 2016 vote, even if he thinks the could have won a third time.

  4. mawm says:

    The looney left have not learned their lesson yet.

    CNBC’s John Harwood asked “Who do you believe America?”

    This is the answer from 84 000 votes…….
    83% – Wikileaks
    17% – US intel officials

    And again….

    from Lou Hobbs on Fox. “Who do you believe on the Russian hacking allegations?”

    Close on 18 000 votes…
    6% – President Obama
    94% – Julian Assange

  5. Ronbo says:

    Why Leftists will never win an armed uprising:

    “When I came home from my last TV hit, the kids, ages 4 and 5 months, were asleep. The house was quiet. I was still full of caffeine and do-gooder energy and decided to tidy up.

    Among the clutter on the coffee table, I found my 4-year-old’s Party Popper, a bright yellow gun that fired confetti. For some reason, I held the gun up to my eye and looked down the barrel, the way Yosemite Sam always does.

    It looked unloaded.

    Then, for some reason, I pulled the trigger.

    When I got to the ER, I had a swollen face, metal-foil confetti in my hair and a faint odor of gun smoke. Finally, the doctor could see me.

    “I shot myself in the eye with a glitter gun,” I said. I showed him the Party Popper, which I had brought with me, in case he wanted to send it off to the National Institute of Morons for further study.

    I got home from the hospital with a scratched cornea and a tube of eye ointment. The next day, with some of my dignity permanently lost, I got started on a bigger story.”

  6. Gregoryno6 says:

    I’m not sure that he’s a useful idiot, but definitely, he is an idiot.

    • Ronbo says:

      Rule Number One of gun ownership – Assume that all guns are loaded and point the weapon at the ground or floor, engage the safety, remove the magazine, and eye ball the chamber to insure that it is clear.

      This was drilled into the minds of all troops in boot camp; however, I was almost minus the top of my head when an accidental discharge tore past me while I was cleaning my M-16 in the arms room of our base in Vietnam.

      It seems a friend of mine was cleaning his .45 automatic pistol after a long night on guard duty and assumed there was no round in the chamber after he removed the magazine in order to clean his weapon.

      No damage done except to the wall clock which was blown to a thousand pieces. I was dazed until the armorer said when the smoke cleared and tiny pieces of clock settled on the floor, “Hey soldier, the idea is to clean your weapon here and not kill time.”

      This what I liked best about the Army, everyone had a wonderful sense of humor.

      Of course, my friend was seriously punished: He had to buy me beer at the NCO club for the rest of my tour.

      • mawm says:

        Idiots and guns! Why does the military insist on giving guns (and ammunition) to non-combatants who have no aptitude for handling them? I had two close shaves under such circumstances. One on a firing range when a “fly spy” (health inspector) had failed to empty his handgun’s magazine in a rapid fire exercise and then waved it all around with his finger on the trigger – well you can guess the rest, and one when a doctor colleague in an active zone mistakenly had the selector switch on his Uzi on full auto and when he put it down on a table it discharged…

  7. Phillip Stephenson says:

    My late brother was also a police officer, but in a different force from the one I was in, but for the sake of good manners I won’t name it. He told me of a guy one night who was asked by his supervisor if his service revolver had been, “proved.” Apparently, their term for checking that a firearm was safe was to say they were, “proving,” it, or, the weapon had been, “proved.” Apparently, the stupid bozo, despite undergoing the same training as everyone else, said, “Yeah, watch this,” pointed his .38 at a computer screen and pulled the trigger, blowing the computer screen to pieces. I was never told what his punishment was, but I had to wonder how on earth he was ever allowed to handle a firearm at taxpayers expense. I also worked with a sergeant in the New South Wales Police Force, who told me that when he was a young copper one time in the 1960’s there was a radio call re shots fired at a police station in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, and when the car crew stormed into the police station, they found the idiot on inquiry counter duty, alone in the station, spinning around in his office chair and taking pot shots at the clock on the wall. That particular guy was discharged on mental health grounds I believe. All the training in the world won’t help when idiocy is involved.