ANZAC day poems.
Three poems, not in the usual order, for the service, and not from the service. Anzac Dawn service is tomorrow: I ndo not attend what has become a pagan day of remembrance. For the Fallen published in The Times newspaper on 21st September 1914. With proud thanksgiving, a mother for her children, England mourns for […] 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
Rejoice. Our enemies are stupid.
Shot: This is why I am switching Television Three off and avoiding their radio stations: MediaWords runs both. This is their political correspondent, Tova O’Brien, going at Israel Folau because he was hurtful and does not accept what she calls loving. She also misses the point. Israel Folau is Australian. He was born there, he […] Read More
The local media will not let Isreal Folau go unpunished. It was discussed in Church on Sunday (visiting, and the worship team did not nail it home: did not name him, did not ask for us to pray for him, but they did say that the anti Christian bigots were having a field day). I […] Read More