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Guide for the perplexed

August 28, 2015 by Michael Kuttner
First published in jWire

It is hard to imagine but it was not that many years ago when one had to consult printed maps in order to work out how to drive from home to one's destination.

As a youngster (and that was certainly many years ago) I remember my father pouring over maps purchased from the Automobile Association in order to plan the best route to take for our annual vacation. In those days in New Zealand the options were rather limited as the extensive network of motorways and by-pass roads had not yet been constructed. Getting from Wellington to the countryside via main and then secondary roads was a logistical feat which required meticulous planning beforehand. It wasn't only the actual route but also the availability of petrol stations and rest facilities which had to be noted. Our ancient Hillman car (now an ancient relic of the prehistoric era) could only manage a relatively modest speed and laden down as it always was with everything including the kitchen sink and food worthy of a long siege, this annual task of logistical complexities proved a challenging exercise. More

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Submitted to The NZ Herald - Canvas magazine - on August 24, 2015

The few New Zealanders who have made the long trip to Israel will find it hard to recognise your portrait [Canvas. 22 Aug] of that multi-faceted and hospitable country. So would the much larger and increasing numbers of Westerners who holiday in Israel, free from the harassment which your correspondent claims to have experienced. Israel is one of the top visitor destinations on the planet, in spite of the criticism of a vocal minority.

Anti-Israel activists, however, are less welcome. The Israeli authorities are neither naïve nor ignorant, and Western visitors with an anti-Israel agenda may face questioning, monitoring and possible deportation. I hope that our own border security would be as vigilant in dealing with any visitor who wished to destabilise New Zealand or attack our way of life.

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By Kate Shuttleworth
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by Michael Kuttner
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Chris Harris, Onehunga College (Auckland), Anna Chapman Holocaust Centre of NZ (Wellington) and Mike Brady, Porirua College (wellington) Chris Harris, Onehunga College (Auckland), Anna Chapman Holocaust Centre of NZ (Wellington) and Mike Brady, Porirua College (wellington)

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The item above was published online in Stuff but not on the NZ Herald web site.
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“Bash the Jews, cut their heads off. cut their f****ing heads off”
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Sheree Trotter is the interviewer and researcher for Shadows of Shoah. She is a Maori New Zealander. On August 10 2014 a rally was held in central Auckland, NZ, to affirm Israel's right to exist, her right to defend herself against Hamas' agression, and to respond to the worldwide surge of antisemitic expression. The event was attended by about 800 supporters. Sheree was invited to give a speech. See and hear here at Shadows of Shoah or Download transscript in pdf


AUCKLAND'S PROTEST THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA DIDN'T WANT YOU TO SEE

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“Bash the Jews, cut their heads off. cut their f****ing heads off”
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