Then there’s the ghastly mincing Greens ponce, Ricardo Menendez-March. In his maiden speech he told the House how he was deeply affected by watching Winston Peters and me slam into Chinese migration on television; that assertion a total fiction.
Now he’s at it again, calling for a British woman called Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, who for whatever reason calls herself Posie Parker, to be banned from New Zealand, or needless to say, in his words, Aotearoa.
Parker is an anti-transgender activist and of course, is in good company with the likes of hugely respected JK Rowling and others who express legitimate concerns about this issue.
As a libertarian I feel it’s nobody’s business if some females feel they’re really blokes and vice-versa. But some of these sadly confused souls make it everyone’s business with their ludicrous claims that feeling they’re really the opposite sex is sufficient to make that a reality, and it’s that, like Rowling, I oppose as it becomes an issue with women’s sport, prisons, toilets and so on.
Menendez-March’s call for the ban is because, he says, that Parker speaking in New Zealand will cause riots. If that occurs it will solely because those who disagree with her advocacy cause them.
He reflects the Green Party’s current true nature, namely a controlling socialist mentality. If they stuck to legitimate Green issues they’d command significantly greater support notwithstanding their current leaders and MPs being a pretty unimpressive lot.
Sir Bob Jones is a renowned author, columnist , property investor, and former politician, who blogs at No Punches Pulled HERE.