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    Family Integrity #459 — SPCS Media Release: Condomania, S. 59 and YesVote Silence

    By HEF Admin | July 1, 2009

    Family Integrity #459 — SPCS Media Release: Condomania, S. 59 and YesVote Silence

    Forwarded to you by:

    Craig Smith

    Family Integrity


    Sent: Tuesday, 30 June 2009 7:28 p.m.
    To: spcs.org@gmail.com

    Subject: SPCS Media Release: Condomania, S. 59 and YesVote Silence

    Scoop News

    Condomania, S. 59 and YesVote Silence

    Tuesday, 30 June 2009, 5:26 pm
    Press Release: spcs

    The Society for Promotion of Community Standards Inc.
    P.O. Box 13-683 Johnsonville

    New Zealanders may have forgotten that in 1988 Deborah Morris-Travis, currently spokesperson for the VoteYes anti-smacking campaign, while the then Minister of Youth Affairs, vigorously lobbied to have condom vending machines in all our schools and colleges and in all places where young people gather. She failed in her “condomania bid” as it was referred to. The Dominon Post (30 June) has reported that Board members of a primary school in her sedate seaside hometown of sunny Otaki, have resigned in the wake of the fallout over children as young as 6 and 10 at the school being forced by their teacher to pick up used condoms in the school grounds. Parents are outraged at the failure of St Peter Chanel’s board of management to deal with the condomania scandal and associated health and safety issues involved.

    However, it is the use of FORCE for the purpose of correction – in her own sunny ‘backyard’ – that must be of more serious concern to Ms Morris-Travers, her employer Barnardos and her YesVote coalition, given that “the anti-smacking law” they lobby so tirelessly for, at huge financial cost, outlaws the use of any kind of FORCE FOR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECTION. Surely reports on the use of FORCE by teaches to make Otaki primary school children pick up used condoms as a punishment for misbehaving, failure to complete homework, or whatever; should have prompted the entire Yes Vote Coaliton into action: including Barnardos CEO Mr Murray Eldredge and their spokespeson Ms Morris-Travers.

    However, there’s been total silence over this condomania – forced child labour scandal.from the Yes Vote coalition who claim they oppose force being used against children for correcton

    For much more go to:

    http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO0906/S00342.htm

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