Feb 5 Thoughts for the Week
5 February 2019
Thoughts this week come in various forms. Leighton Baker spoke at the Rally opposing the UN Migration Pact and the government's secrecy in signing it in Christchurch, and you can watch a video of him speaking here.
Elliot Ikilei spoke at the equivalent Rally in Auckland and you can see the video here.
Elliot was also interviewed by Peter Williams on his Magic Mornings show on the state of our Justice system, on home detention, our judiciary, the abuse of the 82 year old by the now ex-Lecturer of Journalism, and Andrew Little. You can listen to that here.
One of our younger members has been doing some research into what our teenagers are being taught in schools, funded by your tax dollar. He has been looking at the Mates and Dates programme and has released the first of a four part series exposing the horrors of this programme and what it is teaching our children. You can read the first of this series here.
And finally, there is a public meeting happening in Botany, Auckland, on Feb 15. If you are not in Auckland that weekend and can't make it, then we will have video clips up following the meeting. Details about the meeting can be found here.
Until next time, enjoy the week!