Why are we not surprised!
I doubt there is a person in this country interested in
the make up of the new Coalition government, who would be expecting anything
other than the response we have received from the MSM during the hiatus period
since the election.
Most impartial observers of western politics, especially during the last 6 years, will have noticed the MSM‘s abuse of their position of trust in modern democratic societies throughout the world.
They are supposed to be the kaitiaki (guardians) of the
cornerstone safeguards that have been put there to ensure we at least maintain
a resemblance of fairness and respectability - allowing individuals to have
equal access to opportunities that will enable them to reach their potential.
This traditionally accepted construct is deliberately based on a desire for
freedom of expression, an acknowledgement of minority rights and an acceptance
of personal responsibility.
Yet unfortunately, over recent years the MSM, with only a
few exceptions, has thrown its commitment to that type of civilised endeavour
out the window and instead taken on a position of naked hostility to anything
that does not conform to their preferred ideological interpretation of fairness
and decency. It is as if a line in the sand has been drawn and you dare not
cross it for fear of excommunication.
Anybody who commits what has become the cardinal sin of
supporting “right of centre” thought is damned as being a threat to the
wellbeing of others.
Those who reject this mainly “left wing” philosophy as
being of little use or even outdated in an environment where problem-solving is
best achieved through cooperation with peoples of all faiths and ideological
persuasion, are demonised for their opinions and attempts to speak out against
what they see as selectively imposed morality.
In fact it is hard to find a news outlet throughout the
western world that has not thrown in their lot with this ideological cringe
that permeates every column and spoken word by journalists who have become
servants to this false doctrine. Their message does not and never has represented who we are.
They have become the willing foot-soldiers of those who
want to destroy democracy as we know it.
Perhaps the only remarkable thing emerging from this
assault on our birthright is the re-appearance in overwhelming numbers of those
who support the re-establishment of the values and convictions that our
forebears fought and died for - a return to a just society where decisions are
made by governments in the best interests of us all.
Let’s hope the new government in this country and in some
of the ones about to be formed across the globe, will recognise their
responsibility to restore our society to what it has always been - a place fit
for returning heroes.
But we should not be surprised at the response from the
MSM to this movement to take our country back. Their reporting of the
negotiations to form a government over the last few weeks has all the hallmarks
of people who don’t want to accept what they are seeing. But thankfully, the
wailing and gnashing of teeth will not be enough to stop it happening.
Although my guess is that it may be some time before
there is a reduction in the bile and hatred being expressed daily by those
masquerading as reporters of the truth exposed and rejected for what they are.
I say “good riddance!” It can’t happen quickly enough.
Clive Bibby is a commentator, consultant, farmer and community leader, who lives in Tolaga Bay.