"We have maintained a silence closely resembling stupidity" - Neil Roberts

Until we have legislation adopted into law to ensure fiduciary accountability and transparency in public affairs we will continue to have human rights breached because the existing crown immunity and lack of any independent oversight invites corruption to flourish.

"Question authority, and think for yourself" - Timothy Leary

"We have maintained a silence closely resembling stupidity" - Neil Roberts

"Information is the currency of democracy" - Thomas Jefferson

‎"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever does." - Margaret Mead

"The truth is like a lion, you don't have to defend it. Let it loose, it will defend itself."

"I = m c 2 [squared] where "I" am information" - Timothy Leary

"Ring the bells that still can ring, forget your perfect offering, there's a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in." Leonard Cohen

"The internet is a TV that watches you"

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

John Key claims need to spy on Kiwis because of "weapons of mass destruction":

Couldn't believe my ears when I heard THIS excuse for Key's plans to change the law and make this country an official Police state:

Compare this with Judith Collins cutely named "Cyberbullying law" and see how free speech no longer exists and we've been stripped of our human rights to express an opinion - it's not hard to see how this will be used!:

We are now living in a country where the Police can lock people up for months in mental asylums for criticising them, and engage in politically motivated vendettas.  Where Police send each other emails saying "something needs to be looked at regarding Kate Raue's blog, and the statements she's making on it about our staff" - right before locking me up in a secure mental asylum, corruptly  labelled with "Delusional Disorder"!  The criticism about them deliberately and corruptly covering up an epidemic of child abuse and suicide is well documented!

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