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Feedback From The Kapiti Meeting!
It was great to attend the Stop Co-Governance meeting at Lindale, Kapiti, last night.
We had also attended the earlier meeting at Lindale.
We were glad we did, because we picked up additional bits of information from the presentation last night.
The antics of the protesters were the same as before – basically just trying to disrupt the event in various noisy ways, but also with the same inability to even shout something intelligent or relevant in their heckling.
They could only mouth the labels and slogans they have been taught – hurling insults about the audience being racists, fascists, liars and so on and keeping on yelling ‘Maori never ceded sovereignty’.
When we were driving up the road to the venue, the protesters were all lined up along the road as before.
But this time, in addition to holding up signs, they were shouting abuse at the people driving towards the venue.
I wound down my window in order to hear what one woman (not a Maori) was shouting at me as we went past – she came stepping out towards the car, and called me a ‘racist’, a ‘fascist’ and ‘a disgusting person’!!
She doesn’t know me at all, and yet she felt entitled to call me those names.
I really felt for you, Julian, having to face this kind of attitude every day from these people.
It must be awful having to deal with this kind of negativity every day.
Thank you for your courage in keeping on with your tour!!!”
Julian’s comment on this
“At its heart, wokeness is divisive, exclusionary, and hateful. It basically gives mean people a shield to be mean and cruel, armored in false virtue.”
“There will always be someone whose identity is wrapped up in being offended. They’re constantly searching for it. These people are the woke mob devotees. Let them be. It’s all perfect. Just don’t let their tears stop the important discussions from happening.
Good people don’t go out of their way to cause suffering, but they also don’t avoid upsetting people at all costs. They speak their truth unapologetically.
Discussing topics that might get you cancelled is incredibly important.
Let them be offended.
Do not let them silence you through fear of the repercussions.”