Sunday, November 19, 2006

blessed are the religious discriminators

Our leaders don't really like religion. Expecially Christianity. They want to ban prayer in schools, the Parliament prayer is a formality before it is imediately disregarded, the PM doesn't like to say grace at meals. All because we are a secular country.

Ah, but if religion is framed into Maori spirituality it works wonders. No problem paying $4400 for koha, travel costs, and food to bless roading projects such as the start of Auckland's State Highway 20 extension at Mt Roskill.

Can't wait for a motor vehicle fatality on these routes. Then we`ll see if the $4000 is well spent.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What do you expect from immoral, shameless people.
case in point, lets change the law to hide our imfamy.
Why should it be any different to a religion that points out that there will be a judgement at a later date, no matter who you are.
If you bow the knee in your heart to God and live His way society will be better off.