It's about time the Kiwis incinerated their bibles, crawled out of the dark ages and renounced their status as a nation of useless godgobbers.
The recent earthquake memorial service with British godgobber William Wales spruiking the goddy garbage was truly pathetic.
The moronic speech by the mayor of Christchurch was a total load of bollocks, filled with a non stop load of gods muck.  

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Harsh. I don't think we're doing to badly to be honest. I live in Hamilton (where nz/s mormon temple is) & Ive been waiting for years for some victims to come knocking.

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