Ordinary average blokes pissed off at police state repression

Aziz Choudry, This Average Kiwi Bloke Has Had Enough, October 19, 2007

As an ordinary average Kiwi bloke watching the events of the past few days in Aotearoa from Canada, I have felt both a sense of déjà vu and strong parallels between the two places. My outrage at the actions of the New Zealand Police and their political masters, and the way in which media feeding-frenzies and sensationalism has ensured that the words “terror” and “Maori” get bandied hysterically throughout the country and the globe, is tempered with a sense of how pathetically predictable this operation has been…

This ordinary average Aussie bloke agrees.

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Johann Most, the Anarchist, and editor of the Anarchistic organ, Freiheit, was arrested last night in a saloon at 69 Gold Street, over which are the [offices] of his newspaper. Most had consumed one glass of beer and had called for another when Central Office Detectives Krauch and Ferneisen stepped forward and told him he was under arrest… ~ The New York Times, September 13, 1901

About @ndy

I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2021 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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1 Response to Ordinary average blokes pissed off at police state repression

  1. G Crumbley says:

    Det. Ferneisen was my great-grandfather. He was an awesome police officer who with his partner Kraush was responsible for many arrests. He was called the “Terror of Thieves” when he died because he has arrested more pick-pockets than any other officer on the force.

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