More anti-semitism

March 7th, 2012 at 9:44 am by David Farrar

Mr Walker shows his proudly.

In terms of the issue facebooked about, I would have thought that it is pretty obvious why demand for childcare has soared in recent years. It is because the subsidies have also soared. We now spend more per child per year on early childhood education than we do on primary school education.

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30 Responses to “More anti-semitism”

  1. Mighty_Kites (83 comments) says:

    This seems pretty tame compared to the anti-semitism of Jews towards Palestinians and other Arabs. Let he who is without sin cast the first stone

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  2. Murray (8,844 comments) says:

    Ah so there is one vote fo Jew hatred from the left, well theres a shock.

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  3. kowtow (8,175 comments) says:

    I don’t think it’s cos the subsidies have soared.

    Think about it. It’s the progressive agenda and it’s one huge stuff up.

    The model used to be,not terribly long ago,married (man and woman),husband working, bringing in enough to house feed and clothe the family, wife at home bringing up the kids.Kids went to school,got a job.

    Now what have we got?

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  4. Murray (8,844 comments) says:

    Here’s a question for you [insert fucked up code name for standard troll] if its acceptable language why did ILG pull the comment as soon as he was advised of it?

    Ever occur to you that hate speech is hate speech and regardless of how legal it may be to say offensive crap like that, its just plain bloody stupid behaviour?

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  5. Lance (2,620 comments) says:

    Note the rapid deflection from the left, first post no less.

    Oh and by the way, the Jews criticize certain Arabs for their murderous terrorist ways. Not for who they are.
    But when you can’t tell shit from clay you get posts like Mighty Kites

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  6. dubya (228 comments) says:

    If there’s anything worse than a breeder, it’s one with a sense of self- entitlement for his efforts.

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  7. Murray (8,844 comments) says:

    Mines due in October dubya, am I a “breeder” too?

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  8. iMP (2,352 comments) says:

    The Palestinians and Arabs are Israel’s responsibility, why? and not the 14 massive Muslim nations next door, who are richer, more populous and bigger by some 100s to 1. (Israel is the size of Canterbury).

    Palestinian Arabs were offered transJordan as a homeland by the UN when Jews (fresh out of Nazi concentration camps) were offered Israel.

    Jews said yes, and built a modern nation.
    P. Arabs said no, and continue attacking Jews.

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  9. markra (200 comments) says:

    Wouldn’t worry to much about this person, Eruera Walker, whoever he is or thinks he supposed to be. Obviously by posting comments like that about Jews shows his ignorance and lack of any effect that the education system has had on him.

    Maybe you should laugh and tell him to go and put back on his grass skirt and continue eating people like his savage fore fathers. We could then lock him in a cage at the zoo and have a laugh.

    That’s about the same level of intelligence to the comment he made.

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  10. Richard29 (377 comments) says:

    Sorry – did I miss something – is Eruera Walker famous for something?

    I did a quick google search but couldn’t find anything that shed any light.

    I know Mr Lees-Galloway is a Labour MP – but it’s not his comment. Holding Iain (or the whole “left”) guilty by association because of a personal attack somebody posted on his Facebook page (that was removed by the page owner) seems a little unfair.

    I don’t think that DPF is a racist islamophobe but I regularly see similarly racist comments posted in the comments thread of this blog.

    {DPF: ILG has done nothing wrong. Who is suggesting he has. I don’t think he was even obliged to remove the comment, but he has chosen to do so which is good. My target is the person who made it]

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  11. RRM (9,773 comments) says:

    Seriously DPF?

    I think it’s pretty obvious that’s “Jew Boy” as a similie for “Rich Prick” or “Faggot” or “White Mo Farker” or pretty much any other learned insult you might care to name.

    This Walker individual doesn’t seem worldly enough to even appreciate what anti-semitism is, let alone be able to consciously choose it…

    [DPF: So how about calling people niggers? Are you saying that is okay?]

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  12. Richard29 (377 comments) says:

    @Might-Kites
    “This seems pretty tame compared to the anti-semitism of Jews towards Palestinians and other Arabs. Let he who is without sin cast the first stone”

    The term anti-semitism in the racist sense refers specifically to a hatred of Jews so Jews aren’t described as being ‘anti-semitic’ towards other people (despite arabs technically also being classed as semitic peoples).
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antisemitism

    Oh and in terms of the content of your post – two wrongs don’t make a right. There is some irony in quoting the bible to justify or defend the abuse of biblical peoples..

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  13. markra (200 comments) says:

    @ Richard.

    Yeah I agree can’t see anything about this Erurea Walker anywhere. However people say all kinds of ill conceived things, part of being human, we all do it from time to time. THe “jew Boy” comment seems to be his feeble attempt at an insult.

    Unfortunately for him, by this type of silly name calling ruins any possibility or a logical argument.

    I could think of a lot more things I could call John Key, but each would require a reasoned argument which I can’t be bothered with here.

    Not really being worth any further debate.

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  14. freemark (558 comments) says:

    Back in the old days when me & the ex were together living on the island. Both working, 2 kids, Free 20hrs came in.. well we couldn’t get a place in local daycare, even tho happy to pay.. the unworking needed a break to go play pokies, get pissed, get up the duff again, whatever, and had taken up all the spaces. Awesome

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  15. markra (200 comments) says:

    sorry spelt his name wrong above, typed it in online and nothing came up. Don’t know why we are debating someone who just has an opinion, just like the rest of us.

    Not like this person seems to have any influence that I can see.

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  16. dubya (228 comments) says:

    Murray- sure does. But I’ll let you off if you pay for it yourself, don’t give it a stupid name, and keep it quiet in public.

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  17. Sam (498 comments) says:

    “I would have thought that it is pretty obvious why demand for childcare has soared in recent years. It is because the subsidies have also soared. ”

    What a load of crap – demand has increased on the back of increases in families needing to send both parents out to work in order to earn enough to live on. It’s hard times and the increasing squeeze on the middle class that is causing this and other huge shift of nuclear family traditions. The subsidies, for me at least, have been a welcome (albeit small) relief for a necessary evil, not an incentive.

    I suspect there is also a supply-side issue affecting ‘demand’ – given the hurdles at planning stages, and costs of training and maintaining the trained staff required by legislation…

    Haven’t read the article though…

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  18. Sam (498 comments) says:

    PS – for you rednecks out there, NONE of the childcare centres that I have used or explored are overwhelmed by the festering underclass described so eloquently above. In Wellington at least, they are a middle-class institution.

    You have to realise that given the demand issues, and the fact that the subsidies are only subsidies, not full costs, that parents are still charged a fair whack for their child care needs here. The ‘dirty poor’ would find this these charges competing with their ciggie habit (in your speak).

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  19. KevinH (1,196 comments) says:

    On the subject of Israel, a conflict between Iran and Israel is looking increasingly likely following meetings earlier this week between President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu. The rhetoric emanating from those meetings is aggressive:

    “The Jewish state will not allow those who seek our destruction the means to achieve that goal. A nuclear armed Iran must be stopped,” Mr Netanyahu told Aipac”.

    “And speaking later at the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee (Aipac), Mr Netanyahu reiterated that Israel was “determined to prevent Iran having nuclear weapons”.

    President Obama offered the following reassurances to Prime Minister Netanyahu:

    In his speech on Sunday to Aipac, Mr Obama said the US “will not hesitate” to use force to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons.

    “And as I’ve made clear time and again during the course of my presidency, I will not hesitate to use force when it is necessary to defend the United States and its interests.”

    Iran however is still insisting that it’s nuclear development programme is for civilian use, to provide electricity, but with consideration of the enormous oil reserves that Iran possesses the international community is not buying into that excuse.

    The UN had this to say:

    Hours before the two leaders held bilateral meetings the head of the UN nuclear agency, Yukiya Amano, reiterated that the organisation had “serious concerns” that Iran could be hiding secret work on developing atomic weapons.

    Reiterating concerns detailed in an agency report, he said the organisation was unable “to conclude that all nuclear material in Iran is in peaceful activities”.

    My personal view is that Iran is playing at brinkmanship to the extreme and may suffer serious consequences as a result. An additional concern is that Iran has the technical ability to launch a missle attack with conventional warheads and may react accordingly if attacked by Israel. In addition to that Iran may already have a low yield warhead or a blackmarket warhead that they may also use, thereby triggering a nuclear conflict.

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  20. RRM (9,773 comments) says:

    An additional concern is that Iran has the technical ability to launch a missle attack with conventional warheads and may react accordingly if attacked by Israel. In addition to that Iran may already have a low yield warhead or a blackmarket warhead that they may also use, thereby triggering a nuclear conflict.

    Do you mean these missiles?
    http://geekadelphia.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/lol_cat_missiles.jpg

    Or do you mean these missiles?
    http://www.armscontrolwonk.com/images/1132.jpg

    They don’t work if the wicks get damp. I wouldn’t get too worried about those…

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  21. Murray (8,844 comments) says:

    dubya its these people who think everyone else lives at their pleasure and requires their approval to exist that piss me off.

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  22. tom hunter (4,683 comments) says:

    Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.

    Or the first nuke!

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  23. krazykiwi (9,189 comments) says:

    In his speech on Sunday to Aipac, Mr Obama said the US “will not hesitate” to use force to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons.

    It’s clear to around 7 billion people that Iran is busy obtaining nuclear weapons… so Obama is hesitating, or rather he is lying suggesting that he’s not hesitating.

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  24. kowtow (8,175 comments) says:

    Are there any women here?
    mighty kites bought a beard and is on the way to a stoning.

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  25. YesWeDid (1,048 comments) says:

    ‘I would have thought that it is pretty obvious why demand for childcare has soared in recent years. It is because the subsidies have also soared.’

    Nothing to do with mothers having to work to make ends meet or the mini baby boom we have had then?

    There may be a ‘subsidy’ but it still costs us over $300 per fortnight for childcare for 2 children for a total of 3 days care.

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  26. RRM (9,773 comments) says:

    [DPF: So how about calling people niggers? Are you saying that is okay?]

    Nigga It’s gonna take you a long, LONG time to clean up the internet one infantile racist comment at a time :-)

    (Oh and I quite admire the way afro-americans have taken “nigger” back for themselves, robbing racists of the use of it… )

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  27. Dazzaman (1,137 comments) says:

    Luc Hansen has said & attributed far more hatred towards Jews, & Israel in particular, than this bloke has.

    Who is he anyway? Ha.

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  28. Yvette (2,763 comments) says:

    My personal view is that Iran is playing at brinkmanship to the extreme and may suffer serious consequences as a result. An additional concern is that Iran has the technical ability to launch a missle attack with conventional warheads and may react accordingly if attacked by Israel. In addition to that Iran may already have a low yield warhead or a blackmarket warhead that they may also use, thereby triggering a nuclear conflict.

    I think before anyone takes retaliation this far, they will need to establish better not only who the hell Eruera Walker is, but also where he is.

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  29. valeriusterminus (247 comments) says:

    So which part of;
    “Israel has nuke weapons” – but Iran aims to be an exporter of civilian nuclear and energy technology – oh ! sorry for the free market competition – does Murray not understand ?

    “Israel is not the one threatening to attack other countries” Paxman replied “You just discussed attacking Iran”.

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  30. valeriusterminus (247 comments) says:

    and as Reva Bhalla reveals
    .. like France, UK, US (those other exporters of “civilian nuclear and energy technology “) are so concerned about Iran’s near ally Syria – that they have engaged in copic materiel support “on the ground”

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