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Kiwi Males Beware: Somewhere Near You, Some Woman Is Having An Emotion! (updated)

Peter Zohrab 2019

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(Open letter to the Minister of Regional Economic Development)


Kiwi Moronic Insanity at the Micro Level


Dear Mr. Jones,

Although you are the Minister of Regional Economic Development, I am not particularly interested in that area of policy, although I empathise with the need to reduce regional poverty. Therefore this message is not about that.

I feel that you and I are basically on the same side, so I would like to feel that I could avoid my usual aggressive approach in your case. However, I am not a woman. Therefore I can’t just start crying and screaming and going down on my knees and beating my breast. That would evoke sympathy from exactly no one – least of all you!

Which brings me directly to the issue:


Kiwi Males Beware: Somewhere Near You, Some Woman Is Having An Emotion!


What I am writing about is Human Rights and I realise that you don’t have a Law degree. On the other hand, most people with Law degrees haven’t got a clue about Human Rights, as you can tell from our moronic, psychotic Justice Minister!

Relatively recently, the ScumMedia reported an incident involving you, using headlines such as:

“Shane Jones saves woman from alleged domestic violence incident” (Newshub -- https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2019/05/shane-jones-saves-woman-from-alleged-domestic-violence-incident.html).


“MP Shane Jones stops to help ‘distraught’ Wellington woman in alleged domestic violence incident” (Stuff -- https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/112837184/mp-shane-jones-stops-to-help-distraught-wellington-woman-in-alleged-domestic-violence-incident).


If we start with the Newshub article, we note that it says:

‘"She [the victim] was in a completely out-of-it state and highly emotionally distraught," he told Stuff.’


So, what I would like you to tell New Zealand is what state was he (the victim) in and was he highly emotionally distraught? I pointed out above that I couldn’t write to you in a highly emotionally distraught manner, because no one would care less about my feelings. So maybe he (the victim) was very angry, because he too would know that there was no point in a man getting highly emotionally distraught.

So did you fail to notice or report what HIS emotional state was, because all you cared about was the woman, or did the ScumMedia just fail to report what HIS emotional state was, because all they cared about was the woman?

I would also like to point out that causing someone to be “highly emotionally distraught” is not (yet) a crime – even in Feminazi New Zealand!

Turning now to the Stuff article, we see that it reports your wife as saying:

“I saw a whole lot of arms whacking each other.”

This clearly means that both of them were whacking each other, while the man was driving the car, apparently (because the woman wanted to get out at some stage). So, since the Newshub article calls the woman in the car “the victim”, but does not call the man “the victim”, does that mean that the ScumMedia always call the woman the victim, irrespective of the facts of the situation – or does that mean that you and your wife always call the woman the victim, irrespective of the facts of the situation?

I put it to you that, if the man had been driving the car and the woman had started doing something dangerous, the man would have been forced to try to stop her doing that. Given how psychotic and moronic the media and education systems have taught Kiwis to be on the subject of family violence, I guess that any random Kiwis in the area would have similarly:

A) ignored the man’s feelings and concentrated on the woman’s feelings; and

B) regarded her as the victim and him as the perpetrator.


From Micro-Level Moronic Insanity to Macro-Level Moronic Insanity

If you are as intelligent as people make you out to be, you are perfectly capable of understanding that, if most police officers, lawyers, judges, educators and ScumMedia have the sorts of attitudes outlined above, Society as a whole will think that it has plenty of evidence that family violence is something that men do to women. Period.


Yours sincerely,

Peter Zohrab


-- Hamill, Jasper (2019): "Men are more disadvantaged than women in the UK, US and most of Europe, scientists claim." Metro, 4 Jan 2019.



I sent the above page as an email to Shane Jones on 2nd June 2019, but -- as at 18th July 2019 -- he has not replied. He was not oblilged to reply, but the fact that he has not bothered to reply on such an important issue says a lot about his lack of personal integrity!


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Peter Douglas Zohrab

Latest Update

13 July 2020