Lindsay Perigo
Lindsay Perigo

The Politically Incorrect Show - 14/03/2000

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Good afternoon, KAYA ORAAAA & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Tuesday March 14, 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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Graham Holland, the man who has devoted his entire career to legalised theft, the forcible confiscation of Other People's Money, is due to step down soon as Godfather of the IRD Mafia. A letter from him in yesterday's Dominion shows that this entity, who's never had a productive day in his life, is as uncontrite now as he was when Ian Mutton committed suicide:

"While it is technically true that Inland Revenue could request information from a minister of religion about a parishioner's tax affairs, it is not easy to imagine a situation in which this would be necessary. Indeed, to the best of my personal knowledge, such a thing has never happened in the more than 25 years I have worked for the department. Inland Revenue's powers to demand information have received a lot of attention recently, & have been reported in rather alarming terms. It may be useful for me to put these powers into context. It is essential to be able legally to demand information concerning those who attempt not to pay tax. Without such a tool honest taxpayers will end up paying for those who do not comply."

This is akin to a highwayman saying that the reason he must stip-search his victims is that if some of them manage to conceal their money from him the others will have to hand over more. The highwayman's real agenda of course is to steal everything from all of them. But the truly appalling thing about Mr Holland's letter is his utter sanguineness in defending the indefensible. This discussion over breaching priest/parishioner confidentiality in the confessional followed hard on the heels of the revelation that the Trirds had sought the MEDICAL records of one of their victims, thus trampling on the age-old convention of doctor/patient confidentiality. You see, under Section 17 of the Tax Administration Act, nothing is sacred, & Mr Holland, devoid of conscience as he is, doesn't give a damn. The Trirds may uplift information about anyone from anyone on pain of an automatic fine of $25,000 should the information be withheld.

Article 21 of our Bill of Rights says, "Everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure, whether of the person, property or correspondence or otherwise." Article 4 of course says that any legislation inconsistent with this takes precedence over it, but leaving that aside, the only way the IRD's powers & actions could be construed as "reasonable" would be for the individual & his possessions to be deemed to be common property which must be relinquished at society's discretion. THAT, of course, is entirely UNreasonable. Communists & fascists - our Parliament in other words - & Mr Holland believe it, though, & unfortunately the sheeple are content to surrender themselves up to a life of enslavement to these entities.

Let's put a stop to that right now. The IRD are currently running a television PR campaign portraying themselves as bumbling, misunderstood & well-meaning. Don't be fooled for a second. They are bumbling, well-understood & vicious. If you encounter "Bob" at a barbecue, a la the tv ads, do yourself & all productive people a favour & drown him in the pool.

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