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Tribeless

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« on: November 23, 2003, 01:41:02 pm »

Haven't got much time so have to make this extra quick.

Sorry to keep banging on about how bad, in terms of freedom killing, my country of New Zealand has become, but just a possible correction to your Sunday 23 November Blog Claire. In that Blog you say an Australian man has been arrested, etc, for writing an anti-war letter to the US embassy there. Unless there is an identical case across the ditch, which I doubt, because the Aussies love their freedom much more than we Kiwis's seem to, that case was in New Zealand, not Australia (it hit the news here last week).

I keep on banging about NZ because I'm just so disappointed about the direction we have taken when we had such a good chance to move toward freedom. Damn the socialists.

 
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« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2003, 02:05:54 pm »

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Haven't got much time so have to make this extra quick.

Sorry to keep banging on about how bad, in terms of freedom killing, my country of New Zealand has become, but just a possible correction to your Sunday 23 November Blog Claire. In that Blog you say an Australian man has been arrested, etc, for writing an anti-war letter to the US embassy there. Unless there is an identical case across the ditch, which I doubt, because the Aussies love their freedom much more than we Kiwis's seem to, that case was in New Zealand, not Australia (it hit the news here last week).

I was going by memory on that, Tribeless. You know, write first and look it up later? I'll doublecheck that fact ASAP.

And as sad as I am that beautiful NZ is becoming a police state, I'd never want to confuse NZ with Aus. I had dreams of living in NZ once.

Thanks for the correction! I've fixed the entry.

(BTW for those who wonder, this pertains to the blog entry at http://www.clairewolfe.com/wolfesblog/00000424.html.)
« Last Edit: November 23, 2003, 02:14:03 pm by Claire »
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