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Sack Senior Sergeant Alasdair
© Peter Zohrab 2008
(Open Letter to Police Minister Judith Collins)
In 2003, when I was living in Lower Hutt, I wrote a webpage entitled Lower
Hutt Public Enemy #1, which was about a sexist, anti-male
advertisement in a Lower Hutt newspaper which had been placed there by the
New Zealnd Women's Police. It which includes anti-male political propaganda
and stereotypes, such as:
Many men use children to regain control over the relationship when it
Family violence often stems from a belief that women and children are
the property of men;
Boys model their behaviour on that of their violent fathers;
It is often what is happening to the children that motivates a women
(sic) to seek help;
Girls can be withdrawn and fearful.
Needless to say, the New Zealand Women's Police would
never dare to say anything even mildly critical of women.
Subsequently, I received a whining email -- apparently from someone associated
with the Lower Hutt Police -- asking me to remove the webpage, on the grounds
that it was all Police Headquarters' fault, and the female police officer
pictured in the advertisement was now getting negative feedback from the public!
I refused, of course!
The Feminist media, of course, has had a feeding
frenzy about allegations regarding male police behaviour towards women, but
you are well aware of the fact that the media consist of the same sort of
vicious bimbos who shout down and assault males in
Law School (such as myself) if they dare to say anything that they disagree
with. This whole saga was quite possibly
a plot to ensure female domination of the Police, since it destroyed the career
of Clint Rickards, who seemed quite capable of standing up to Feminist bullying,
and Lyn Provost is one of the two Deputy Commissioners. I know something
about Police Headquarters, and will probably write to you about this issue
at some stage.
Senior Sergeant Alasdair Macmillan
In an article about the sexist, man-hating festival called "White Ribbon
Day," the Kapiti Observer dated November 27, 2008 stated the following
about one of the participants in this festival:
"Senior Sergeant Alasdair Macmillan said the New Zealand Police
were committed to ensuring women's and children's safety."
Both his participation in this sexist festival and his above statement are
incompatible with his remaining in the Police Force of a country committed
to the Rule of Law. His presence at that festival and his statement
are sexist and discriminatory against men. Men deserve, but do not get,
the protection of the Law on the same basis as women. I could write
a book about that -- in fact, I already have: it is called Sex,
Lies & Feminism.
I do not take any notice of the fact that the biography on your National
Party webpage says (as it always seems to say about female politicians) that
you are "highly qualified and experienced", because I have experienced
at first-hand the intellectual quality of a Law School. However, even
you, with your history of attacking men with apparent glee, will be aware
that Police bias is detrimental to the Rule of Law, and undermines Police
credibililty in the community.
Unless you take steps to ensure that the Police Commissioner
sends a signal about discrimination and the Rule of Law by disciplining Senior
Sergeant Alasdair Macmillan, I will add that issue to my list of issues to
raise in Court in a case against your Government. Non-discrimination
in the implementation of the Rule of Law is a Crown responsibility, not a
mere operational matter.
22 April 2018