Sunday, August 30, 2009

Sue Bradford a candidate for assassination

On Twitter, someone recently wrote this
@suebr is STILL a good candidate for NZ's first political assassination. (watch sue run to the Police because of a death threat, stupid cow).
The person who wrote this goes under the name Kiwi1960.

I thought that sounded familiar. A person underthe name of Kiwi1960 has said stuff like this before. He has a You Tube site. In the intro he says that he is Kiwi1960, has MS. He says that "CYFS created me, and payback is gunna be a bitch". I blogged about Kiwi 1960 and his mates some time ago after Helen Clark got a brick chucked through her electorate office window.

Kiwi1960 is Henk van Helmond, and on this site he called Sue Bradford a communist.But here he even comments on the Twitter post in light of an article written by the Sunday News today.
Sue Bradford, you have my Email address, please provide me proof of these death threats, because even if you said the world was round, I’d still think it was a lie because of the mouth it came out of.
Nasty piece of work, isn't he?




Anonymous Conklin said...

I had several conversations with Kiwi1960 a couple of years back, but didn't find him to be a nasty piece of work, but more frustrated that there were next to no legal avenues left to change the legal system that messed up his family. And personally, I find him wise not to trust a thing that comes out of Sue Bradfords' mouth.

I would like to know what legal avenues citizens have left, when a complete change of government doesn't change anything.

And to quote a ex-president: When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty. - Thomas Jefferson.

I would like liberty.

August 30, 2009 at 12:34 PM  
Blogger Chuck Bird said...

"I would like to know what legal avenues citizens have left, when a complete change of government doesn't change anything."

Vote ACT, the only party in Parliament opposed to this anti-parental authoriety law.

August 30, 2009 at 12:47 PM  
Blogger Paul said...

Yes, a nasty piece of work. Good find.

August 30, 2009 at 11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I posted at Kiwiblog on this already (gave you a good nod).
But is worth noting why Sue?
She may have started the ball rolling but it is John Key that drove the stake home and is now wiggling it in the hearts of Kiwi parents.

She was straight right from the beginning to all who oppose her viewpoint.

It was Key and the National Party MP's who have lied and obfuscated what they intended or have done.

It wasn't her as Prime Minister who tried to influence the referendum and attacked the process and people.

No I think it was wrong to go after her.

August 31, 2009 at 1:00 PM  

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