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Dissent, ethical human rights, taking NZ from a 'stupid culture' to a 'thinking culture'.
Anthony Ravlich
Dissent, 'shut down' under neoliberalism, while unwanted is needed to take New Zealand from a 'stupid culture' to a 'thinking culture' to enable progress to take place. This has been prompted by the need to rebuild Christchurch, NZ's second largest city, following massive earthquakes which first occurred in September 2010. The global ethical human rights approach, in my view a far superior plan than neoliberalism, would best enable this. The ethical approach can be applied in any part of the world.

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