Our journey towards an Orwellian Police state

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Photoshopped image credit: Boondecker

Lindsay Perigo believes that New Zealand has become an Orwellian Police state. I don’t think that we are there yet, but we are certainly well on our way. We are following in the footsteps of countries like the UK who now criminalise little old ladies for liking or sharing a comment on social media, allocating their already stretched police resources into monitoring people’s words instead of their actions.

Like Perigo, I too am concerned at the news about a secret list of possible ‘enemies of the state’ and I am even more concerned that such a Top secret list was somehow partially obtained by the media.


There is now apparently a police-compiled Enemies List circulating among New Zealand’s totalitarian Globalist elite, such as Comrade Adern, Comrade Andrew Little, Comrade Winston Peters and new Human Wrongs Commissar Comrade Paul Hunt, a lackey of raving anti-Semite and hard-core socialist Comrade Jeremy Corbyn, all advancing the agenda of the most evil man on the planet, George Soros. (Why was this Islamo-Marxist fascist Paul Hunt brought over to destroy our Bill of Rights?! At whose expense?!) From many accounts police are actively harassing people on this list.

Freedom of expression
Everyone has the right to freedom of expression, including the freedom to seek, receive, and impart information and opinions of any kind in any form.

That’s what NZ and UK Labour want to destroy, Section 14 of our Bill of Rights (lifted from the UN Declaration of Universal Human Rights), and anything resembling it, in all countries hitherto free or semi-free. Beyond the criminilisation of criticism of Islam, Soros wants the destruction of Western Civilisation. The likes of Hunt, Adern, Peters, Little, Corbyn,?et al?are his willing accomplices.

And so, the Orwellian Police State is upon us:

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Freedom-lovers are on notice: you may be about to be arrested for what in?1984?are called Thought Crimes. Come on then, Thought Police: arrest?me?for?my?thoughts. It doesn’t get any worse than, “I disagree with what you say but defend to the death your right to say it,” now does it?! Seditious and revolutionary stuff in the Land of Political Correctness! As Orwell said, ?In times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.?

What you could consider doing instead, though, Thought Police, is gathering signatures on my Citizens’ Pledge. If everyone signed up to this, understood it and meant it, we wouldn’t have to worry about a thing, now would we?! It goes as follows:

“Just as I reserve the right to hold and express my opinions on any matter whatsoever, I promise to respect the right of all others to do the same. I renounce unreservedly the use of coercion and violence in the promotion of my opinions.”Quote

It shouldn’t be hard to get signatures. A recent poll on?Stuff, quickly removed when the results were so decisively un-PC, showed 90% of respondents saying that while Israel Folau’s anti-gay tweets were offensive, they certainly shouldn’t be illegal. New Zealanders get it that there’s no such thing as a right not to be offended; snowflakes who?don’t?get it should consider migrating to Iran or North Korea.

The ANZAC heroes whom we’ve just been recommemorating would surely be appalled to think that the single most precious thing for which they died is about to be extinguished.