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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Just for you Bana, OWNED!

Yes folk’s looks like the staff at Whitelaw Towers have done it again. No matter how hard Mathew Henderson and his cofounder Brian Stokes try they just cant land a good hit on us. Oh yes they try very hard, well if you call one liner bum jokes and phony soldiers a tactic.

I will now let "core member" Bana shoot himself in the foot. Just aim higher next time.

Bana

“Jim, the commies have not hijacked ANZAC Day”

“Oh, and before you ask, I do not support the desecration of war memorials, or graves of an nation. People who engage in those abhorrent actions are the lowest scum on the earth, equal to rapists, rock spiders and racists.”

Ok Bana we get the picture, maybe you should ask FDB "core member"Asher Goldman in New Zealand how he feels about his mates and Commie comrades in PAW, Peace Action Wellington.



http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/news/stories/s1906716.htm

Two anti-war protesters have been charged with offensive behaviour and obstructing police after disrupting an Anzac Day ceremony in the New Zealand capital, Wellington.Two members of a group called Peace Action Wellington disrupted speeches at the cenotaph, sounded a horn, and were arrested after trying to burn a New Zealand flag. The group's spokeswoman says conscientious objectors are the real heroes of Anzac Day.

Bana what do you know we are both wrong on who are the real heroes of Anzac? It would seem you need to speak with the old FDB founder and Out Law Biker Brian Stokes about this. “The group's spokeswoman says conscientious objectors are the real heroes of Anzac Day.” Now what a surprise that a Lefty would say such a thing, sounds like they are reading from the Brian Stokes 'How to Demonstrate against The Vietnam War manual'?

But what sort of protest did these heroes of Anzac and FDB supporters have? Did they stand a silent vigil with the mothers of the fallen? Did they speak of peace and love instead of war? Nope.


"A member of a group which disrupted Wellington's dawn parade on ANZAC day has described the ceremony as extreme nationalism and likened it to flag waving in Nazi Germany”

Well FDB what do you have to say to that? Does that make you guys Nazis? Bana did you not go to Anzac Cove and express your extreme nationalism? But what do people from PAW think of soldiers and our defense force. This may hurt Bana, but then again we know you never served.

"Lest we forget that the military has, and always will, exist for the sole purpose of waging war," said Valerie Morse.”

So Bana does that make you a War Pig? Nah folks, Bana isn’t an ex soldier, he is just the FDB stooge they put up every year to prove that FDB are 'Patriots', an age old trick. We all know that you lot are nothing but fringe dwellers.

Any way who are these people from PAW. Asher Goldman knows and we are sure Mathew Henderson knows, in fact we are going to enjoy showing this over the next couple of weeks.

By Bana’s words these people are:
“the lowest scum on the earth, equal to rapists, rock spiders and racists.”

Valerie Morse 35 (Peace Action Wellington, Fairies Against Fascists) Ex pat US citizen. Just like our old weezil Brian Stokes. In fact these guys have so much in common one has to wonder if they are related? They both have a big mouth.

valerie.morse@paradise.net.nz or if you prefer the direct approach give her a call 04-383-9315 or 021-147-3517

And the crime?

Valerie Morse, 35, was charged with offensive behaviour for allegedly burning the New Zealand flag.

Mark Daniel Rawnsley, 29, faces charges of obstruction and resisting arrest after allegedly trying to disrupt the service by blowing a plastic horn.

And the full story, oh readers you are going to love this. No wonder FDB are so quiet.

Anzac outrage over burning of NZ flag


By JANINE BENNETTS - The Press Thursday, 26 April 2007

War veterans and political leaders are disgusted by an anti-war protest that allegedly included the burning of the New Zealand flag during Anzac Day celebrations in Wellington.
Two members of a group called Peace Action Wellington, protesting at the deployment of troops overseas, were arrested after the incident on the grounds of Victoria University's law school opposite a dawn ceremony at the Cenotaph.
Valerie Morse, 35, was charged with offensive behaviour for allegedly burning the New Zealand flag.

Mark Daniel Rawnsley, 29, faces charges of obstruction and resisting arrest after allegedly trying to disrupt the service by blowing a plastic horn.
The pair were remanded to reappear on May 22 at a hearing in the Wellington District Court yesterday.

In a separate incident, vandals attacked an Anzac Day site in Patea, south Taranaki, smashing crosses arranged around the town's cenotaph.
Last night, politicians and ex-servicemen joined in their condemnation of the Wellington group's actions.

Brian Mannix, who fought in Vietnam, said the protest was a disgrace to the country.
"I stand on Anzac Day to remember my family, to remember my mates," Mannix said. "Anzac Day is not glorifying the military. It is not celebrating war. It is the day that we repay respect to the people that fought for our freedom." Mannix described the protesters as "degenerates".
"We don't like war. Not one of us would like to see another war," he said.
"We would be the strongest protesters against people being sent to fight in wars anywhere."

Vietnam veteran Blue Caldwell, from Rangiora, said he was appalled by the protest.
"Quite frankly, anybody who desecrates the flag, regardless of what country, to me, they should be shot," Caldwell said.
"I'd like to know whether their grandfather and their father were involved in any war and if that was the case, what the hell are they doing?
"Because their father fought to give them the freedom today that they do."

Vietnam veteran Rick Edwards said he was disgusted. Veterans and their families would be horrified by yesterday's behaviour. "I'm just flabbergasted that they should do something like this," he said. "Their freedom depends on the sacrifices these guys have made through the years and for them to go on and do something like this – it's bloody terrible."

Morse, the Peace Action Wellington spokeswoman, said in a statement the group was protesting the message being given on Anzac Day. "Anzac Day has ceased to be a day where we commit to `never again', and has instead become nothing less than a celebration of the New Zealand military and the glorification of war."

National leader John Key, who attended the Wellington service, said the protest was "totally out of line". "I think it was appalling and disrespectful," he said. Key said comments that Anzac Day glorified war were "misguided", and the day was a chance to reflect on the impacts of war. "It's also an important opportunity for New Zealanders to ensure that they never forget the sacrifices that so many men and women of New Zealand have made."

A spokesman for Prime Minister Helen Clark said: "Anzac Day is a day of remembrance and reflection. "If people don't want to be part of that, they would be best to stay away."
Veterans' Affairs Minister Rick Barker said it was "utterly inappropriate and totally misguided": "There's nothing to glorify war in those memorials. "Those are tributes to grief and tragic loss."

Barker said the protesters were enjoying the freedom given to them by those who fought in wars. If they had an issue they should take it to the appropriate authority, not use Anzac Day.

So Bana what do think about that? Looks like you have chosen the wrong side mate. Or have you?

“In a separate incident, vandals attacked an Anzac Day site in Patea, south Taranaki, smashing crosses arranged around the town's cenotaph.”

So I guess this will not get the same attention and coverage from your Jewish mates in the AJN? Gee you must feel like an idiot Bana.

Here is another story Bana a bit more salt for your wound.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200704/s1906024.htm

Protestors arrested at NZ Anzac Day service
By Peter Lewis

Two anti-war protesters have been arrested after disrupting Wellington's Anzac Day dawn service and setting a New Zealand flag alight.

Two members of a group calling themselves "Peace Action Wellington" disrupted speeches at the capital's cenotaph, sounded a horn and tried to burn a New Zealand flag.

They were arrested and charged with offensive behaviour and obstructing police and will appear in court later today.

Group spokeswoman Valerie Morse says conscientious objectors are the real heroes of Anzac Day, which she says has ceased to be a day when people commit to "never again'" wage war and instead has become a celebration of the military and armed conflict .

But Prime Minister Helen Clark, herself a prominent anti-Vietnam war protester, says New Zealanders need to recognise the profound impact war had on previous generations, respect the sacrifices made, and honour them.

So folks what do veterans really think about groups such as FDB and PAW?

Brian Mannix, who fought in Vietnam, said the protest was a disgrace to the country.
"I stand on Anzac Day to remember my family, to remember my mates," Mannix said. "Anzac Day is not glorifying the military. It is not celebrating war. It is the day that we repay respect to the people that fought for our freedom."

Vietnam veteran Blue Caldwell, from Rangiora, said he was appalled by the protest.

"Quite frankly, anybody who desecrates the flag, regardless of what country, to me, they should be shot," Caldwell said.

We agree! And what do Kiwis think of this outrage? No these people are not Nazis or Fascists just everyday Kiwis who are so offended by these Anti Australian Anti New Zealand groups.

“ I am a peace lover and I am appalled at Valerie Morse's performance. I find her comments very misguided and obnoxious. She is obviously very naive and self important. (Didn't anyone tell her about respecting your elders?) Mother Teresa once said she would attend a peace rally but not an anti-war protest....what is this lady doing attending a memorial day and burning the National Flag?!!”

“Its a bit off that she has disrespected the very people that fought and died for her right to free speech and the tax payer grant system to finish her uni studies.”


“I'm afraid I fail to see how there can be 2 sides to burning of the flag on a national day of rememberance, especially if it was done by an american, or any foreign national for that matter.”


“It doesnt matter what her issue is, you just dont turn up at the likes of Anzac Day & burn the flag many of the people in attendance lost family fighting for. There is a time & a place for that kind of thing, and if she feels so vehementally about stopping war I suggest she moves back to the states & camps out in front of G.W's front gate & protest there. With so many wars around the world why would u ever choose NZ to protest in ???? nutcase”

“this is to valerie: "how dare you burn my countries flag on ANZAC day, this utter disrespect should never go unnoticed, as you have sickened hundreds of thousands, maybe millions of New Zealanders and Australians, our country is not turning into Nazi Germany, but probably into a Communist State. so get your facts straight! if we had capital punishment, we would definitely want you to be hanging in the noose right now for that cowardly act on my country, go back to America and burn your own flag you traitor!"yeah... such disrespect on our country, but then again...this idiot probably spent half her life in a mental ward.”


And what of her friends at Indy Media?

Comment by Scott, on 28-APR-2007 02:33
All this outrage over a little flag, and none at all over the war crimes being committed by Anzacs overseas, like the murder of two East Timorese youths on February the 23rd in the Comoro refugee camp West of Dili. Educate yourselves:

So once again FDB will go into damage control. That’s all they seem to do of late. More to come.