So proud of decent Kiwis.
So damn annoyed by how cruel life has become in New Zealand. We came across this man today at the back of an Inner City Hotel in Auckland. It was cold this morning, so cold. This guy who has obviously come across hard times is one of thousands in the new New Zealand under John Key’s dishonest, Corrupt, and Incompetent Government. I can’t take much more of those who still support this Crook, I really can’t! We watched as an obviously ‘high income’ ‘upper class’ Woman walked past him, rolled her eyes, and kept going, as if to say ‘What an inconvenience having to walk past peasants in the Street, oh Johnny dear, when you finish fondling that girls hair – get them removed!’ I could have slapped her!
Just two minutes later a young Maori guy walked up to him, bags of Mcdonalds in his hands – and placed it beside him. He didn’t appear to know who he was, he didn’t appear to have a lot of money himself from what he was wearing – but he cared enough to give a guy a break, giving him food. It nearly brought tears to my eyes.
What the hell has happened to New Zealand? What the hell has happened to so many who still worship John Key when he has let this happen to thousands of people across NZ, yet stands there with a smirk on his face and says “There is no Housing Problem” There is no poverty, in fact everything is just great!
What the hell happened to our media? Every day I see the second rate NZ Herald publishing stories about how wonderful everything is! About what a great job John Key and his Ministers are doing! About how great it is they are now going to speedtrack Foreigners requests to buy NZ Property!
I seriously can’t take much more of the idiots, the snobs, the tax evaders, the Rednecks, the Racists, who support the dishonest, incompetent, uncaring John Key.
Kiwis, what the hell happened? What made so many of you not care about others? What made you all sit back and think it is just fine that our biggest City is virtually overrun by Immigrant owned businesses who employ only immigrants? What made you protest against – not the crooked Gov’t, not the Immigrants buying our houses and businesses, but against those like me who try and speak out and save NZ from a future that sees only more of this – people sleeping in doorways on cold Winter Days while snobby Women walk past and roll their eyes!
Oh – what did I do for this man? My Wife gave him the only money we had on us. We gave him comfort by ensuring he knew we felt for him, and were heartbroken we couldn’t help him more. We made him know – some people still care about others in NZ, we care, and some other decent Kiwis care. I wanted to do more for him, I wanted so much to be able to afford to give him enough to find a room for a couple of nights, feed himself for a few nights, find somewhere warm. But I wasn’t able too, and that breaks my heart. It breaks my heart so many will walk past him today, make nasty comments, make jokes about him, put him down.
But there was the young guy who went out of his way to bring him food. Thank you Lord for having people like him. I hope you have all the very best of everything that you want in life. You have a heart of gold, you my man, are a decent Kiwi, and you deserve our thanks, our respect, and John Key needs to meet you – and learn about humanity!
I pity you John Key, and I pity those who support you. You have no humanity, no decency, no heart. One day what you have failed to do for those who needed your help will hit you with such force it will bring you to your knees, and make you beg for forgiveness from a higher power. Those who support you – well, I pity them for their heartlessness, their arrogance, and their stupidity. You – are not decent Kiwis, in fact I don’t know what you are. You must feel so bad inside, you just have to. If you don’t, you should.
May God look over this homeless man, tonight, and every night. I hope you other decent Kiwis – if you see this man, or any other person in need, you will give them not just a few spare dollars, not just some food, but also make them know we know they are there, we feel for them and we so want things to change. We recognise they exist, they feel, they love, they want, they need, they – are decent Kiws, just like us.