The Politically Incorrect Show - 22/03/2000
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Good afternoon, KAYA ORAAAA & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Wednesday March 22, 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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One thing I have learned from four years of hosting the Politically Incorrect Show - just when you think the depths of Politically Correct idiocy have been plumbed to the lowest possible point, something happens to prove you wrong. I arrived home at 6pm yesterday to find the following story in my e-mail box, sent by a fellow freedom-fighter from New Plymouth:
"In October last, some road construction workers doing an $800,000 improvement job on State Highway 3, just south of a little place in North Taranaki called Mokau, unearthed six round stones which 'may have been used in a hangi' many many years ago. Quite understandably (ahem) in these enlightened times of cultural claptrap, the roadworks came to a very sudden halt and some local old Maoris were brought to the site to investigate. Some very sensible Maoris gathered up the stones and could see no problems with the road works going ahead. But the Historic Places Trust got into the act. This meant investigating and great wringing of hands and lots of waiata, etc. A very small group called Mokau Ki Runga whom no-one had ever heard of before, suddenly recognised the stones as those that were used by their ancestors, way back, on which to cook kumara, and decided the road works would have to come to a halt until the details of the pay out, oops, whatever, could be wrung out. In the meantime the roadworks, half done, have just sat idle, the clay all exposed to the sun and rain, and crumbling, etc. The Historic Places Trust have finally laid down some 'protocols' for the work to continue, but that is not good enough.
"The contractors met with the Maoris involved over the past weekend, to no avail. However, they (Mokau Ki Runga) have promised Transit New Zealand 'a decision on the cultural protocol with which the work must comply.' A spokesperson was reported in the Taranaki Daily News as saying the decision will be 'made in OUR time.'
"In the meantime the autumn rains will soon be with us and will stuff-up all the work already done. The road will not be able to be completed until NEXT year's harvest of little round stones."
Ladies & gentlemen, this is the racist legacy of that bloated buffoon Lange, Geoffrey Palmer, Lord Montrose of Drury & other parasitical politicians, now being ardently embraced by the new communist Labour/Alliance regime as they accelerate our descent into a Democratic People's Republic of Aotearoa. It is apparently a standard clause in every Transit New Zealand contract that work must come to a halt if anything remotely Maori in origin is discovered. What utter bloody nonsense. Transit New Zealand should tell Mokau Ki Runga to get stuffed & stick the stones where the sun doesn't shine. How much longer are New Zealanders prepared to put with such tripe?
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