Giving media and UN (or name your favourite agency) unfettered access to the region might address some of your concerns.
Here is a constructive contribution which will be right up your alley, and Mike Smith's, too. Good 'ol CCP...such a great bunch to hitch your wagon to. Not doubt you will be commenting on the glorious work CCP is doing to keep their people safe BBC News - ...
Nope, not at all. Would be good to hear Mike's view but thanks for setting me straight on the rules around here. And to you...be careful on gender assumptions, it makes one look a little...unprogressive maybe. No doubt moderators will be watching you if ...
That doesn't answer my question at all. But I wasn't asking you, was I? Step back buddy.
You'll be pleased with Navalny's sentence though. See, the great Russian judiciary has set things straight. How conniving the powers in the west are, how gullible are their people. Fools!
Wow. This post seems to be very close to attempting to broadly discredit news of oppression of Uyghur by CCP. What's the motivation here? Holding media to account on their accuracy?
Concessions...so innocent and polite. They aren't concessions. They are the price paid for power.
Not a boomer though pffft.
It's all about Bridges. We'll see that soon. Write it down.
"Tries" to ensure. Show the result. Great intentions and words won't help those of us struggling. We need to deliver tangible results for people.
Why do you have two fridges? Seriously interested.
Ah the good ol' days, eh. Comical. Do you ever get out and see the world? So ignorant.
Comical. By that logic Thatcher = toxic femininity. Crusher Collins = toxic femininity.
We have enough nice. We need govt to deliver on their plans. Nice alone doesn't deliver results.
Suicide sadly up. Maori NCEA achievement sadly declining. Murders increasing. Limited successful economic initiative. Jacinda is great in some aspects but this government really is struggling. We don't really need nice...we need success and decisiveness.
Get out and participate.
"Kick up the arse"...I don't think you are offering a higher standard there, you sound like some of those people that make you feel like vomiting.
Gee Viper you are desperate. Way to dumb down and hijack an important discussion. Good luck in your quest although I am not sure what your objectives are.
I think describing NS as a mass nationwide experiment is bit ott Viper. Would make a good tabloid headline though. This is my first time posting here so I am not sure of the lay of the land. Is this your blog?
Absolutely Viper, I am sharing one person's view of a very narrow (and early) experience so there is no way anyone could say it is reflective of the situation elsewhere. So much of the NS debate seems to be based on assumptions (kids will be damaged, ...
When I said sharpened I meant that the information and conversations had become more focused on what my kids can and cannot do and what the next steps should be. You are right, they could have done this for free but they didn't - at least in my case they ...
Ha ha, yes I chose my user name based on a blogger and have a t-shirt to boot plus his photo on my wall. No, they are my initials which just happen to be the same as a whole lot of other people. Sorry, I won't name the school as I don't think that is ...
That's a good point...actually since our school decided to work with NS it has sharpened communication with parents across the board so, yes, I think it is reasonable to say that the introduction of NS did help, albeit indirectly, identify the low PC ...
I doubt very much that teachers will take such an approach to communicating with students. Literacy and numeracy are just part of a broad set of skills which teachers develop in students and therefore wouldn't you agree it would be quite damaging for a ...
My children's school uses inquiry learning and choice theory as central to their teaching and learning philosophy. This is in line with the divergent approach mentioned in this video. Our school is also using NS in a positive way to reinforce the ...