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By Olivia Pierson
This Perigo Perspective from last Thursday is pure gold.
From Rudyard Kipling’s glorious poem “If,” describing manhood when manhood mattered, to a NZ man who can keep his head while everyone around him is losing theirs, and blaming it on him. Snake Seymour gets unusually confronted by a salient question about his commitment to NOT take a stand against medical coercion, only to respond with his usual nasty, smarty man smarm. Then his Epsom henchwomen kick in to mindlessly yell-down a level headed citizen willing to ask a politician to explain their abandonment of our Bill of Rights only one year ago.
New Zealand broadcasting, even for 15 minutes on a Thursday morning, just doesn’t get any better than this, with some beautiful Puccini to carry us into the day.
Listen here on Reality Check Radio.
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