Backing sterilisation will bring more blue votes (probably) than urging help for mum with a record

February 9, 2014

So how long will this go on for, and how many state-run children’s homes will be needed to cope with the consequences of Oriwa Kemp’s fecundity?

Oh – and by the way – will the aforementioned Oriwa Kemp ever get a chance to demonstrate that maybe she can bring up her children without the need for state intervention?

Those are among the lofty questions tackled over the Grumbles’ breakfast table this morning, while we ploughed our way through the Sunday newspapers.

Oriwa Kemp, if you don’t happen to know it, was banged up for a while for cruelty to Rotorua toddler Nia Glassie.

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Nobbling them in the balls is the answer, when violence passes from one generation to the next

May 1, 2013

An obvious case has arisen in favour of compulsory emasculation, or whatever chemical treatment achieves the same effect, which in this case would be intended to stop a killer gene from being passed from one generation to the next.

Alf is mindful that greenies, lefties and other assorted tossers will see his views on this matter as evidence he might be inclined to Nazi practices.

No matter. He will promote the idea anyway, after reading the dreadful case of the young killer who apparently was seen licking his victim’s blood after stabbing him.

But even more dreadful is that this brute has followed in his father’s and grandfather’s violent footsteps.

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