|A baby boy robbed of his right to be named Juztice Justus 4Real * H-Q|
Verb trans. Past tense & past participle benamed, benempt(ed)
[Old English benemnan, formed as BE- + NAME verb.]
1. Declare solemnly or on oath. OE-E17
2. Name; describe as. L16-M19
Did you know that New Zealand is a police state? It's true, as exemplified by its outright attack on the fundamental rights of decent parents who want nothing more than to bename their progeny with a memorable moniker.
For example, if a religiously inclined parent wished to bename their child Christ, Messiah or Lucifer, they would feel the full force of New Zealand's bureaucratic machine of repression, as these names are officially banned.
Also, on what can only be seen as an outright attack on New Zealand's royalist population that wish to honour their nation's membership of the Commonwealth, King, Princess, Prince, Royal, Duke, Majesty, Knight, Queen, Regal and Queen Victoria are also banned.
Someone (I don't remember who) once said: "For evil to flourish, the good need only do nothing." Had they been benempted better (for example as Mafia No Fear III), I would no doubt remember and they would not have slid into such obscurity. Therefore, I say let us not stand idly by: write to their MPs, picket the New Zealand embassy in your country and boycott New Zealand goods. Together, we can stand for the rights of parents to bename their children whatever the hell they want, according to whatever whimsy takes them, and with complete disregard for that child's future integration or employment prospects.