Superman throwing John Banks into the sun
The other day I came across this post about John Banks on ALRANZ’s blog -here’s the quote for your reading pleasure:
I challenge you or any other New Zealander to name two other countries that murder more unborn children each year per capita than New Zealand. Everybody listening should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves. This is state funded genocide and I am compiling a list of all the doctors in all the hospitals up and down the country that commit these murders every morning of the week and dump these babies either in the waste disposal unit in the hospital or into a ‘kleensac’ and I am going to release their names publicly so that you’ll be able to walk down the street “That’s a killer!” “That one who lives in that house. He’s another murderer!” “She kills babies before they are born!” and I’ll be able to identify the abortionist dash state funded killer because I’m getting the list together and I’m going to release it in Parliament so it can be published in every newspaper in the country.
and my response was basically ‘I don’t want John Banks to live on this planet anymore”. After repeating this sentiment to Mr LadyNews, he said “Yeah, Superman should just throw John Banks into the sun”, which I heartily agreed with. When I looked up the “hurl it into the sun” concept, I found out that apparently it’s used when someone (i.e. a character in a film or comic book) wants to get rid of something permanently, and it can’t be destroyed by ordinary means. Anyway, after going “yeah, I should draw that!”, I figured I would actually follow through with my plan. The other quote included is from here:
If we continue the bankrupt response of just paying young Polynesian, young Maori men in south Auckland the dole to sit in front of TV, smoke marijuana, watch pornography and plan more drug offending and more burglaries, then we’re going to have them coming through our windows.
Apologies for the handwriting and rusty drawing skillz. My natural laziness got the better of me part of the way through the project.