Burn the Rainbow banner.
The people we choose to be judges, or are chosen for us, matter. The examples of corrupt practice include the sherriff who convicted the Dankula, and the judge who has decided to kill a UK toddler is a member of the rainbow alliance. But he is not the only one. It appears, that in the […] Read More
One of the problems we have, throughout the West, is that the unwritten rules, which make up cultures, are being broken down. There will always be conflicts between cultures and tribes: as the old gaffer told Bilbo — don’t go to Buckland, because the hobbits there are queer — despite being hobbits, and part of […] Read More
The van of peace and the disavowed Christian.
Yesterday I was having a chat with the local iwi medical research centre, run by the university. I am working on various research protocols, and the issue that concerns me clinically and research wise occurs disproportionately among the alienated, males, and the Maori, our indigenous population. Who are more likely, like NZ Europeans, to have […] Read More
The wrath of Nature and God.
Overnight, the Israel Folau hate speech controversy became an official ten minutes of hate against Israel and his wife. They have my sympathy, and the deserve our prayers. The head of the Green Party, Marama Davidson, took to Twitter to give a sermon about his hateyness, and one of the more woke Wellington rugby team […] Read More
From Today’s JAMA, without comment.
Charter on Physician Well-being Societal Commitments Foster a Trustworthy and Supportive Culture in Medicine. Alignment between the stated values of medicine and actual practice is essential for enhancing engagement in work and trust in the profession. Individual physicians and physician leaders have a responsibility to examine the extent to which the culture of medicine, broadly […] Read More