Lindsay Perigo
Lindsay Perigo

The Politically Incorrect Show - 29/02/2000

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Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Tuesday February 29, proudly sponsored by Neanderton Nicotine Ltd, the show that says bugger the politicians & bureaucrats & all the other bossyboot busybodies who try to run our lives with our money; that stands tall for free enterprise, achievement, profit, & excellence, against the state-worshippers in our midst; that stands above all for the most sacred thing in the universe, the liberty of the human individual.

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Horreurs! The socialists just keep getting more & more popular with the sheeple. 50% support for Labour in its own right, according to last night's TVNZ-Colmar Brunton poll, with record numbers voicing their approval of Comrade Clark & the direction in which the country is headed. It's little consolation that Labour's Stalinist coalition partner, the Alliance, have dropped below the 5% threshold, along with the Green flakes; the colour impregnating this poll is a deep red, & it's scary.

No question that the poll reflects the sick, infantile yearning that so many New Zealanders have to be told what to do & to slap down independent non-conformists & achievers. This mentality found its perfect expression in the form of the psychopath who assaulted television newsreader Darren McDonald because of the high salary he, the psycho, assumed McDonald earns. Comrade Clark taps into this mentality perfectly. She plays the role of the dominant mother figure dividing up the cake that she never baked among retarded children who think that cakes just fall out of the sky, promising them that they'll all get an equal share.

Partly, though, Comrade Clark is winning by default. The National opposition are of necessity impotent. They cannot attack Clark for being an egregious socialist because egregious socialists is exactly what they were during their appalling reign. There are a multitude of things that the National opposition should be inciting riots over - the tax increases, the new bureau to monitor employers, 12 weeks paid maternity leave, the claim by tribal savages for the Volcanic Plateau, the IRD's breaching of patient/doctor confidentiality, the dereliction of the duty of defence of the realm, the troglodyte stymieing of digital tv, to name but a few outrages that readily come to mind. But National cannot condemn these things because it has condoned similar atrocities in the past. What have we heard from Headmistress Shipley since her deserved fall from grace? Pathetic whimpers about the Prime Minister not going to Waitangi & a call for the Prime Minister to stand firm & insist that the Australian government keeps up its subsidisation of kiwi dole bludgers across the Tasman! Utterly, utterly pathetic.

The ACT party, meanwhile, is devouring its own entrails. Clinging stubbornly to the notion that the state knows best, Sir Roger Douglas holds out for compulsory this, that & the other. The bright light of the ACT caucus, Rodney Hide, is a libertarian who dares not say so. He is unpopular among his colleagues because his campaign against the despicable behaviour of the IRD made him a star. Rodney & Sir Roger are engaged in a titanic battle. But even if Rodney wins that battle, he'll find he can't win the war, because ACT essentially is a party of socialist drones from the Lange era. They still think government is the solution, not the problem.

Overall, not a pretty parliamentary picture. Socialism, socialism, socialism, socialism or socialism. Sick-making, actually. The one delicious thing to savour is that disgusting unprincipled opportunist Peters languishing at the bottom of the heap. But the heap is still a dung-hill of which the sheeple are only too eager to partake.

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