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comprehensive site from this australian team.
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of the great living Australians, a hero to a few players in the team
a god to others.
you thought North Korea was more regimented, you should try get into
this site. Big Brother is watching you. Probably one of the most contreversial
sites around, from the former bilevel, who doesnt hold back at taking
a swipe at former teamates.
former level now lives in switzerland.
P a u l H o l m e s _ i thank jesus every
night that i can breathe the same air as paul
" What has holmes
got against people with dark skin, first it was the darkies call,
then this don brash poll, do you support brash and
his white supremisist stand, in which he had 92% support,now on holmes
last night they had this "social
experiment" where they dropped a wallet on the
street with $100, and filmed TWO people, one was this middle class
white faimly man with his wife and and infant child, who picked it
up and saw the reporter drop it, and ran up 3 metres to him and gave
it back, the other victim of this experiment was this man with brown
skin, who didnt look that finaccially secure, they
filmed him picking it up and putting it into his pocket, they then
filmed the guy walking to the policestation to hand it in. just after
they handed it in they approached him outside the station and had
at him asking where the $100 was, (the dude had taken it), the guy
said he hadnt seen it, they then
threatened to take him into the cops etc etc,.
Now why would someone poor take the money if the oppurtuinty presented
Outrage at Holmes' darkie jibe - Taken from
the Auckland Herald
By STUART DYE
Paul Holmes' "cheeky darkie" comments have appeared around
the world, including on a racist website where messages of support
have been posted for the broadcaster.
of Florida-based white nationalist site Stormfront quoted Holmes with
the comment: "I love it."
Prime Minister Helen Clark's immediate rejection of the comments,
New Zealand's image has been tarnished, it is claimed.
On his Newstalk
ZB morning show on Wednesday, Holmes referred to United Nations Secretary-General
Kofi Annan as a "cheeky darkie" and said, "We are not
going be told how to live by a Ghanaian. "Media in Britain, the
Netherlands, Denmark, China, Australia, South Africa, the United States
and throughout Africa have reported what was said. The Herald has
received messages from around the world criticising Holmes. Many call
for his resignation.William Ocloo, a Ghanaian living in Denmark -
Mr Annan's home - said the comments had confirmed his worst suspicions.
He had endured similar comments from New Zealanders in the past. "I
feel strongly that there is a general perception in New Zealand [of
racial superiority]. "Maxwell Yifusu, a spokesman for the Ghana
Broadcasting Corporation, said the national radio station had been
inundated with outraged calls. "It shows total disregard for
the world's highest-ranking public official and is an insult to our
Paul Yandall has resigned from the Television New Zealand Holmes programme
over the comments and there are rumours that others are considering
future was unclear last night, but bosses at the radio station have
said they will take no further action other than to follow up complaints.
many people who have contacted the Herald are in no doubt as to what
apology is inadequate," said Marc Anderson Honore, a New Zealander
living in Denmark. "The man's comments were indefensible and
deeply unsympathetic. Any news organisation with an ounce of integrity
will distance themselves from this racist hack. ZB should take action
and sack Paul Holmes."
caller from the Netherlands said: "To not remove a 'journalist'
who, regrets and apologies aside, is so obviously a racist in a country
with a history of subjugation of an indigenous population is totally
unacceptable to most world citizens.
is the tolerant, multi-ethnic country which invites tourists to enjoy
its scenic beauty? Not without getting misanthropes like Holmes out
of positions of influence.
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A 14 year old boy writes his view on the political world, no way has
he had no life experience and daa-dys
will tell anyone that i believe homosexuality is a sin and a disgusting
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he has just had bad experiences with his boyfriends hygene.