The Politically Incorrect Show - 03/04/2000
Music - Die Fledermaus
Good afternoon, KAYA ORAAAA & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Monday April 3, 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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Weekends are always bad for my blood pressure, because I make the mistake of reading the newspapers. This weekend's batch contained an especially long list of horror items, eloquently chronicling the country's descent from mere authoritarianism down to full-blown totalitarianism, where the politicians & bureaucrats, the bossyboots & busybodies, enjoy untrammelled power. Yesterday alone the Sunday Star-Times proffered the following (and I trust the horror hereof is self-explanatory):
#1) "Twenty-nine government departments or other official agencies have the power to look at people's private medical records. Privacy Commissioner Bruce Slane says the scale of access represents 'state surveillance authorised by law' & he wants a review of the powers."
#2) "Finance Minister Dr Michael Cullen has renewed his criticism of employer organisations, calling them hysterical & anti-New Zealand. 'When spokespeople for employer organisations call for a strike on employment growth & investment, I say to them, get off the grass.'"
#3) "Workers who suffer mental injury from their jobs are likely to be able to claim accident compensation under proposed law changes."
#4) "Drivers have paid more than $790,000 in fines for not carrying photo driver licences. More than 14,300 $55 tickets had been issued by the end of January."
#5) "New Zealand film Savage Honeymoon is under fire, this time over the prominence of smoking in the movie. Anti-smoking group Action on Smoking & Health (Ash) is disturbed the Savage family's teenage daughter is shown smoking & trading cigarettes. Ash director Trish Fraser ... intends writing to the Film Commission, the movie producer & director to ask if the actors who smoke in the movie were already smokers."
The previous day's Herald had its own crop of lunacies as well, including:
#1) "The Prime Minister is considering appointing an America's Cup Minister to capitalise on spin-offs from this year's successful defence of the trophy & ensure a smooth transition to the next regatta in 2003."
#2) "The Government's plan to boost the economy by harnessing creative talent through the Heart of the Nation campaign has been welcomed by the arts community & the opposition. A panel of nine, led by arts consultant Hamish Keith, will report to the Government in two months on strategies to drive cultural policy over the next 10 years."
And this, which probably explains all the foregoing, which make it quite clear that Ayatollah Clark shares this view from former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating:
"... it's the Prime Minister's job to look after the spirituality of the country."
Memo to Comrades Keating, Clark & their ilk, & to all you horrible drooling retards out there who support them: I can look after my own spirituality & everything else. Stuff off! Go back to the primordial ooze that spawned you, you degenerate power-lusters & squawking victimhood-mongers.
If I did accept for a second your claim to the right to mother & mentor me, however, there's one thing I would strongly recommend you enforce: health warnings on newspapers. For any human being even half-worthy of the title, reading what you're up to is almost certain to have fatal consequences.
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