Some of our leaders are morally deficient…says Perry Trotter

January 3, 2017 by Perry Trotter
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J-Wire contributor Perry Trotter is a New Zealand Christian who has sent a video message of how he views his country’s sponsoring the UNSC resolution 2334.


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4 Responses to “Some of our leaders are morally deficient…says Perry Trotter”
  1. Adrian Jackson says:

    We all should be very wary of fundamentalist Christians.

  2. Liat Kirby-Nagar says:

    Thank you for your sincere and succinct appraisal of the situation, Mr Perry Trotter. It warms the heart to hear this kind of understanding and know that you have bothered to put your time and energy into expressing it.

  3. Shirley Jamieson says:

    As a New Zealander,I too am disgusted with my country’s involvement in pushing through the UNSC resolution 2334. I am a Christian and admire Israel. The Jewish villages, towns and historic places all belong to Israel, and Jerusalem is the capital. Israel stay strong; many people are praying for you.

  4. David Singer says:

    Outstanding Mr Trotter and thank you for publicly voicing your concern at what could be the death knell of the United Nations – unless Resolution 2334 is repealed without delay.

    That the UN could embrace such a Judenrein Resolution is an outright disgrace equalling its “Zionism is racism ” Resolution.

    Hopefully JWIRE readers will circulate your sincere and heartfelt video far and wide.

    New Zealand sure has a lot to answer for the part it played in sponsoring this morally offensive and illegal Resolution that contravenes article 80 of the United Nations own Charter.

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