NZs ‘Mr Israel’ to set up far right Christian Party to put National into power – our own Handmaid’s Tale moment

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The horror of what Alabama has pulled off by effectively banning abortions is their ‘Handmaid’s tale moment’, NZs ‘Mr Israel’ setting up a far right Christian Party is to prop up National is going to be ours.

The horror of what Alabama has pulled off by effectively banning abortions is their ‘Handmaid’s tale moment’, NZs ‘Mr Israel’ setting up a far right Christian Party is to prop up National is going to be ours.

Sure Colin Craig had some HR issues about inappropriate relationships with his press secretary, but his policy line up was actually socially benign and economically developmental with a huge side salad of charity.

The same can not be said of the toxic cocktail that Alfred Ngaro is cooking up.

Called ‘Mr Israel’ because of his spineless acquiescence to Israeli aggression and illegal occupation of Palestinian land, Alfred’s aggressive strain of riot wing religion makes Israel Folau look progressive.

A far right hell fire Christian  Party propped up with conservative church money and Israeli donations so that National can take back the Government is probably the worst possible outcome for anyone with a basic education.

God knows what the science and history curriculums  would be changed to appease the new God Squad.

If this gets off the ground, it will be our Handmaidens Tale moment, we should collectively choke on this hideous political equation.

Expect a glowing write up on Newsroom.

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22 Comments

  1. michelle says:

    I wouldn’t worry about him (ngaro) that national lot are getting more desperate by the day they are putting their feelers out to see what people think. We already have enough of these arrogant condescending people the ones with lots of money that think they know best.

  2. Applewood says:

    Nats want to know what we think of Alfie do they ?

    I think he’s a little jerk of an electrician who came to this country, then did some sort of theology course(ha ha) and became a pastor with expensive designer haircuts. Oh boy. I’m told that every Fijian in NZ has a relative who’s a chief or a pastor too. The Samoan community also does well in the pastoring stakes – it’s a great purse opener.

    Will he become a bishop too like Brian Whatshisname ?

    Do we want an ambassador for Zionism in the NZ Parliament ? No, this expensively clad person looks like he may be using us for another agenda, and pig ignorant of the environmental issues, namely scarcity of water, behind the bullying of Palestinians on the West Bank and Gaza strip, but I doubt he cares, because like many religious zealots he seems to have tunnel vision, and if he thinks that Jesus the Galilean would toe his middle east philosophical line, then he is doing Christianity a great disservice.

    • michelle says:

      yes Applewood ngaro is a little jerk that was lucky to come to our country

      • Applewood says:

        Yes Michelle, Ngaro has done jolly well out NZ’s kindness to others, but if he thinks that the OT wants everyone returned to their homelands, then it seems to me that he should think about returning to his. Neaten the whole world up, biblically.

  3. countryboy says:

    Jesus! ( No pun intended. ) What next? Blue aliens transcending the heavens to bring forth a plague of re insurners upon the earth???
    Who is this idiot anway? I’ve never heard of the moron? If you take this schmuck seriously? You get all that you deserve.
    Now, I’m going to bed…

  4. mosa says:

    15th May 2017

    “Associate Minister of Social Housing Alfred Ngaro told the National Party’s Auckland Conference on the weekend there could be financial consequences for the Manukau Urban Māori Authority if Mr Jackson bagged the government on the campaign trail.”

    Mr English told Morning Report Mr Ngaro’s comments were off the cuff.

    Yeah Ngaro is the perfect choice too head a puppet christian party to prop up a future National led government.

    • Applewood says:

      Well Mosa, I see it this way.

      This Ngaro chappie who apparently supports Israel sending missiles over into Palestinians’ homes and smashing them to bits, is astute enough to realise that the collateral damage of inflicting violent bloody deaths on small and beautiful children means that next time the Palestinians rebuild, they’ll need fewer sleeping areas and smaller houses, and hey – they’ll save money. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.

      An obvious man to have been the Nat’s Assoc Minister of Housing – he has nose-tapping insider-knowledge perspectives about housing.

      You see Mosa, if you or I – alone or together – wanted to buy a house in Alfie’s Cook Islands, we cannot, unless we have owned a business there for at least three years. If we wanted to retire there, then I think we have to have a pot or two of money.

      But, if Ngaro’s compatriots come to NZ, they may buy homes here, and we try to provide them with social housing too, so of course
      Alfie has an interest in housing because if he can get people into houses, then they’ll support him for his heroic use of his – I mean- taxpayers’- money in their interests.

      The remnants of NZ social policy which do still try to house the poor and needy, may confer a needed stature on Ngaro, and that’s called collatoral benefit, which helps balance out the bloody excesses of the exodus of Palestinians from their homes, and from their lives in the Holy Land,or from life on planet earth altogether, which is over-populated anyway, is it not ?

      But if Alfie can get people into houses, then they can get jobs with eg
      the illustrious MSD, and may benefit from reverse discrimination policies which help to promote them, and get them up the money-earning ladder, and if they attend churches which tithe,then the spiritual benefits may be the stuff of dreams.

    • CLEANGREEN says:

      Another ‘Uncle tom” US imported political ploy hached by the “Moral Right” dont you think?

      Us interfering with ‘our elections’ perhaps?

      Wasn’t that’s what the ‘Dems’ in US are accusing Donald Trump with?

      • Applewood says:

        Maybe you’re too clean, Cleangreen. Maybe a fiendish conspiracy – conspiracy theorists are absolutely everywhere – to send those of us mulling our loyalty to Labour and the Greens- racing off to the polling booths to avert the possibility of the country being run by Israel Fonau clones. Maybe a kiss of life for Labour and the Greens and Winston too.

        Seriously, a party led by a so-called pastor supporting the hell on earth which is life for so many Christians and Muslims in Palestine, is a serious and multi-faceted matter.

        If Ngaro ever tries to weasel his way through the Paua-Shell Gates, the second thing God may be saying to him is, ” What you did to the least of my brethren, you did unto me.”

  5. francesca says:

    Surely this is going to be the kiss of death for National?
    To be associated with such Trumpian Alabama backwardness.
    I can’t imagine National gifting this idiot a seat .
    I think they’ll go the Blue/faux Green route

    • CLEANGREEN says:

      I see it the same way Francesca.

      Well said.

    • mary_a says:

      100% with your sentiments here Francesca. Couldn’t have put it better myself.

    • spikeyboy says:

      I think you are wrong there and under estimate the number of peoole waiting for the rapture as well as the buckets of money available to this kind of party. I live next door to sime Christian Zionists. On the face of it ordinary people but the more things happen that they say are in the bible the more they believe so you know, a wee move of the embassy and theres another chunk of rapture folk who dont want to burn in hell and then recognise the Golan heights as Israeli and you get another chunk and dont forget the requirement of endless wars against the unbelievers thats Boltons speciality. People diss the internet but at least there if you look you can find the truth unlike at church if your pastor is one of the rapture folk. You can laugh at this pompous idiot but with the right amount of money he could pull in a lot of people. One Christian Zionist says that he can bring along almost all conservative Christians just because of what is written in the bible. Pastor John Hagee says
      “If a Christian admits ‘I believe the Bible,’ I can make him a pro-Israel supporter or they will have to denounce their faith. So I have the Christians over a barrel, you might say.””
      The original seems to be unavailable at the moment but try here

      https://getpocket.com/a/read/410371624

  6. Marc says:

    Surely, would a ‘Christian’ party enter into any ‘unholy alliance’ with the part of Mammon, National?

  7. Michael Wynd says:

    Turn it up Martyn. Trying to equate a 1980s work of fiction to New Zealand politics is just hysterical. The same goes for trying to apply state politics to NZ. Are you threatened by the fact that he would attract a block of votes that your side will never reach?

    • Applewood says:

      No, Michael Wynd, I’m falling about laughing.

      Time was the Greens were regarded as nutters, and now much of their
      policy is globally mainstream, albeit a little late for beautiful planet earth.

      Now all the nutters flock to the Nats who have a criminally negligent attitude towards planet earth because they’re aiming even higher, and they think they’re going right up to heaven.

      Those stars twinkling in the night sky are the windows of heaven’s picket-fenced houses did you know, full of politicians gazing down as they munch and belch on their Hell’s Pizzas.

      Oops – wrong place – but what the hell ?

      Bet you don’t know what black holes are for either – but it’s all in the OT, the Gospel of Thomas, the poetry of Milton, the symbols in Whistler’s Portrait of his mother, and Aunt Daisy’s Brains and Bacon recipe.

    • Applewood says:

      No, Michael Wynd, I’m falling about laughing.

      Time was the Greens were regarded as nutters, and now much of their
      policy is globally mainstream, albeit a little late for beautiful planet earth.

      Now all the nutters flock to the Nats who have a criminally negligent attitude towards planet earth because they’re aiming even higher, and they think they’re going right up to heaven.

      Those stars twinkling in the night sky are the windows of heaven’s picket-fenced houses did you know, full of politicians gazing down as they munch and belch on their Hell’s Pizzas.

      Oops – wrong place – but what the hell ?

      Bet you don’t know what black holes are for either – but it’s all in the OT, the Gospel of Thomas, the poetry of Milton, the symbols in Whistler’s Portrait of his mother, and Aunt Daisy’s Brains and Bacon recipe.

  8. Helena says:

    Christian Zionist is an oxymoron. Jewish Zionists hate Christians. http://www.sherryshriner.com/jewsagainstzionists.htm

  9. John W says:

    When a person needs some appointed “religious” spokes person to tell them what is right from wrong and how to think, then you are looking at a shell of a person who has no values but does as he / she is told.

    A sorry excuse for and adult. Many kids can do much better.

    A loud mouth pontificating about right to life and yet says or does nothing effective denouncing war, slaughter of millions of innocent families.

    A charlatan who does not deserve any respect.

    Putting woman under pressure not to abort when he would not have a clue about circumstances nor the consequences involved for the woman nor the child or those supporting them.

    A low life uncaring bigot hiding behind a narrow religious dogma which emanates hate on those who don’t conform.

    He had done damage in what he has said so far.

    Such a bigoted and dangerous person may well suit NACT’s agenda.

  10. michelle says:

    yes Applewood ngaro is a little jerk that was lucky to come to our country

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