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NZEEF Submission to the Commission
of Inquiry into Police Conduct
The present Government has legislated in the area of sexual morality in
a manner which has been vey controversial, and it is in no moral position
to try to impose its own version of moral conservatism on the Police, on the
one hand, while outraging the moral codes of conservative members of Society
by its "progressive" social legislation, on the other.
2. The Need for an Inquiry
The Commission should rule that the need for it to exist has not been established
to the standard expected by a reasonable person, and it should therefore wind
itself up forthwith(i). There has been no prima facie evidence
in the public domain of any widespread occurrence of sexual crimes by police
officers, and the setting up of this Commission therefore appears to be a
knee-jerk, hysterical reaction to one highly-publicised allegation. One can
understand that female members of the public like to feel sure that the Police,
who are supposed to protect them from sexual crimes, are not themselves systematic
perpetrators of such crimes, but the proper forum to try this issue is in
a Court of Law. The fact that this Commission has indeed been hampered in
its work by the need to give priority to the relevant Court processes is a
demonstration of the validity of that point.
3. This Commission of Inquiry embodies a Breach of
Section 19 of the Bill of Rights Act.
Men are much more liable to be discriminated against by the Police than
are women, so the fact that this Commission exists, while no Commission is
investigating discrimination against men by the Police, is a prima facie breach
of section 19 of the Bill of Rights Act 1990. This is another reason for this
Commission to wind itself up forthwith.
Successive New Zealand governments have seen themselves as promoting "equality
for women" (which is a mindless and hypocritical phrase which ignores
equality for men), and have prided themselves on New Zealand having been the
first country in the World to give women the vote.
With the connivance of the highly oppressive "Human Rights" Commission,
however, the Police have lower physical standards for female entry into the
Police than for male entry. We submit that this fact is bound to detrimentally
affect Police morale, to instill a culture of anti-male double standards and
discrimination which must inevitably affect how the police treat male and
female members of the public, and to result in a relatively ineffective police
force, since physically competent male officers on the front line are constantly
having to "carry" physically incompetent female officers.
There was a recent case the the United States, for example, of a dangerous
prisoner escaping from a courthouse by grabbing the gun from his guard --
a grandmother ! Because of Feminist dominance of the media (I must add), the
fact that the guard was female was concealed by most media outlets, so you
are probably unaware of such incidents when they occur in New Zealand and
Having female officers enter the Police force with the benefit of a double
standard allows them then -- in the consequent atmosphere of political corruption
-- to carry out anti-male propaganda activities from their taxpayer-funded
power-base. For example, I refer you to the webpage http://nzmera.orcon.net.nz/pubenemy.html
, where you can see a Police advertisement that attacks men by characterising
them as violent, and accuses them of using children to regain control over
a relationship when it ends. The Police treat Women's Refuge as a reputable
organisation, whereas in fact it has no academic credentials, no system for
filtering out false claims by women, no concept of intellectual integrity,
and is grossly sexist and anti-male.
4. In conclusion, we submit that this Commission
should wind itself up forthwith and should recommend the setting up of a Commission
of Inquiry into the effect on Police morale and efficiency of anti-male double-stanrdards
in recruitment, and the setting up of another Commission of Inquiry into the
Human Rights Commission.
i e. by the quickest legal method it considers available
4 August 2015