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The New Labour Party Policy of Charging for Water

Friday, 11 August 2017, 12:48 pm | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

Unlike land, water is a material which is cycled through a process of evaporation and precipitation. Few would deny that everyone has a right to water, which is a necessity life. Without water, men die. The Labour party is promoting a policy which ... More >>

Youth Suicide in New Zealand: a Discussion Paper

Sunday, 6 August 2017, 11:47 am | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

Youth Suicide in New Zealand: a Discussion Paper Suicide is tragic event which touches far too many families. As society gropes around looking for ways to prevent it, suicide rates in New Zealand remain among the highest in the world. Our youth also commit ... More >>

The Evil Of The Anti-Smacking Law Proved

Thursday, 26 November 2009, 1:06 pm | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

The new law took away protection of a parent for disciplining his child. Formerly he was permitted by section 59 of the Crimes Act to discipline a child by using ‘reasonable force’. A review was recently tabled in Parliament by Peter Hughes, the CEO of ... More >>

Brash's attempt to create a tolerant society

Wednesday, 1 February 2006, 10:25 am | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

Dr Brash in his Orewa speech of the 31 January has shown his true colours. The statements the media are focusing on are quite understandably his comments on immigration. The National Party leader suggested the policy needing a re-think, because immigration ... More >>

Maxim Plagiarism Criticism A Double Standard

Wednesday, 19 October 2005, 2:28 pm | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

Different standards apply. The signing of someone else’s work can be described as plagiarism. Patently that this has taken place in the Maxim foundation is a great pity because their very useful work will carry a stigma for some time. Bruce Logan ... More >>

Garnet Milne: Scoop exhibit bias

Wednesday, 3 August 2005, 2:37 pm | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

One can only assume that the Scoop editorial team and owners are prejudiced against a biblical critique of sinful behaviours such as homosexuality or Islamic fundamentalism. More >>

Tanczos’ desire to see more misery

Tuesday, 19 July 2005, 2:07 pm | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

Why do Green politicians seem incapable of rational thought? Today’s Dominion Post headline is “Tanczos moots cannabis law changes”. Tanczos wants to decriminalise pot-smoking and is advocating a $100 fine for possession and use of Marijuana instead ... More >>

MP Choudhary – TV 3 60 minutes anti-Islam agenda

Friday, 15 July 2005, 5:21 pm | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

Thank you for your explanation of the 60 minutes interview. I will post your explanation on my site. You are correct in saying that the Koran (or Qu’ran) does not say precisely that homosexuals should be stoned, but the hadith sayings (attributed to Mohammad) ... More >>

Is the media outraged By Choudhary's comments?

Tuesday, 5 July 2005, 11:06 am | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

Why is Labour not under attack when Dr. Choudray their Muslim MP (who swore on the Koran when he entered parliament) has argued that the Koran correctly calls for the stoning of adulterers and homosexuals? He could have added that it also approves ... More >>

Well done politicians?

Thursday, 9 June 2005, 12:57 am | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

We can only applaud parliament’s resolve to increase the drinking age. However, this turnaround demonstrates the hopeless manner in which secularist politicians make decisions. Robson along with the majority of MPs previously argued that it was a ... More >>

Do sick infants in day-care matter to politicians?

Wednesday, 8 June 2005, 12:01 am | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

Labour’s audacious policy to encourage women out to work and their infants into day-care should receive far more scrutiny from the other political parties. Why have they not come out against these anti-family measures since the research on the harm done ... More >>

New Zealand’s contribution to idolatry

Thursday, 2 June 2005, 2:40 pm | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

The Prime Minister of New Zealand who has blasphemed the name of the Triune God without apology bravely announced the gift of another “sacred horse” to a Japanese Shinto Shrine. Will she blaspheme the Shinto gods, I wonder? While an earlier National Prime ... More >>

Murderers May Need Ultimate State Sanction

Monday, 30 May 2005, 12:57 am | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

A plague of murder continues unabated in New Zealand as the government closes its eyes to its responsibility to punish the evildoer (Rom. 13: 4). Another double slaying of an elderly couple has just made the headlines. The small rural servicing town ... More >>

Spare the rod and spoil the child

Friday, 27 May 2005, 4:45 pm | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

It was reported today by the Dominion’s Colin Marshall that the children’s commissioner Dr. Cindy Kiro wants a law change now that a North Otago woman has been acquitted of assault in the Timaru district court. More >>

The Consequences of Abortion

Wednesday, 18 May 2005, 5:22 pm | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

As abortion now claims 25% of all babies conceived in New Zealand, thanks to the radical culture of death promoted and facilitated by New Zealand’s neo-pagan Labour-led government and former governments of all political stripes, we should expect that ... More >>

A Tennis Ball Can Bring A Man Down

Tuesday, 17 May 2005, 2:15 pm | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

During the Civil Union debate, the then associate Justice Minister David Benson-Pope claimed that civil unions “do not undermine anyone’s rights” and that those opposed to the bill are really against the folk who would benefit from its provisions. It ... More >>

Mr Prebble’s atrocious sinful behaviour

Monday, 9 May 2005, 11:20 am | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

The liberal bias of the media was evident in its response to the news of Richard Prebble’s adulterous relationship and his desertion of his wife. More >>

Herod is a nice bloke compared to the NZ govt

Monday, 9 May 2005, 10:08 am | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

Herod was intent on killing children in Bethlehem in order to get rid of Jesus who had been born there. Herod’s evil plan is still notorious to this day and yet Herod probably only killed 20 to 30 infants since the population of Bethlehem was only ... More >>

Politicians don’t care about murdered prostitutes

Tuesday, 3 May 2005, 12:37 am | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

The headline was “dead woman ran local massage parlour”. Another prostitution related murder occurs over the weekend in Auckland. Crime and prostitution have always been and will be closely linked in New Zealand. But the hedonists in our parliament ensured ... More >>

Biblical retribution posited for PM's plane blip

Wednesday, 27 April 2005, 11:31 am | Garnet Milne - Reformation Testimony

While inspired prophecy has now ceased in the Church, one does not have to be a prophet to predict the likely outcome of the first same-sex civil unions in New Zealand. Homosexuality is notorious for the practice of infidelity and promiscuity with the ... More >>

 

 

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