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7 March 2015

(Open Letter to the Attorney-General -- slightly edited)

Dear Mr. Finlayson,


Removal of the Chief Justice


I am writing to request that the Chief Justice, Dame Sian (formerly Sivan) Elias, be removed by an address of the House of Representatives on grounds of either misbehaviour or incapacity, or both – as seems appropriate to you.

My reasons are as follows:

  1. The Institute of Judicial Studies was teaching judges so-called “Gender Equity”, without even defining the notion, until I drew your attention to it in my open letter of 2009. The Term “Gender Equity” was actually a cover for a rag-bag of Feminist propaganda, as I was able to prove. That was bound to prejudice judges against men, in cases where their interests were in conflict with those of a woman. That is admittedly an issue that lies in the past.

  2. As far as the present time is concerned, I note that the 2012-2013 Annual Report of the Institute of Judicial Studies refers to the retirement of Judge I Malosi from a so-called “Diversity Committee”, which seems to have replaced the “Gender Equity Committee”. I do not wish to discuss the pros and cons of the notion of “Diversity” here, but I draw attention to the fact that the head judges of all the mainstream courts (District Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court) are all female. The Chief District Court Judge is Judge Jan-Marie Doogue; the Chief High Court Judge is Justice Helen Winkelmann, the President of the Court of Appeal is Justice Ellen France and the Chief Justice is of course Dame Sian Elias.

It is patently obvious that it is totally inappropriate for the Institute of Judicial Studies, which is controlled by the Judiciary, which is subordinate to Dame Sian Elias, to be teaching judges about so-called “Diversity”, when Dame Sian Elias’ notion of so-called “Diversity” is to have all the mainstream courts headed by women! I do not object to all these head judges being women, per se, although they are obviously in a position to make life difficult for lesser judges who refuse to toe the Feminist line. What is most objectionable here is the culture of double-think, whereby female domination is classified as “Diversity”!

As a recent victim of New Zealand’s Women’s Justice System, I can testify that this culture of male-oppressing double-think expresses itself in unjust judgments.

Yours sincerely,

Peter D. Zohrab


See also: Diversity in the Judicature



Peter Douglas Zohrab

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