Lindsay Perigo
Lindsay Perigo

The Politically Incorrect Show - 14/08/2000

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Good afternoon, KAYA ORAAAA & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Monday August 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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Deputy Great Leader of the Sheeple's Republic of Aotearoa, Comrade James Neanderton, took his regime's "charm offensive" into enemy territory on Friday, delivering a lunch-time address to the Business Roundtable in Auckland. From all accounts, it was a case of no charm, all offensiveness, delivered with an eye to the television cameras & Neanderton's constituency of envy-ridden, bludging losers.

"Drive your Mercedes & your BMWs down to South Auckland, to Mangere. Leave the car unlocked. Get out & walk around. Feel what it's really like," he snarled - he who is chauffeur-driven around in a posh car paid for with money he has stolen, he who has sucked on the state tit for years; he whose latest parasitic construction, the Ministry for Economic Development, spent $2 million of stolen money in 4 months on consultants. Doesn't it ever occur to him that the business executives he so despises have earned their money & their flash cars, while he has stolen his?

Suppose for a moment these executives took his advice. What would they find? Hordes of dole-bludgers mooching around aimlessly, who would readily emulate Neanderton & ransack or hijack the unlocked cars. These hordes are the product of generations of precisely the cannibalistic, coercive welfare policies favoured by the likes of Neanderton. What does he imagine his proposed excursion would prove, other than that he is wrong?

His opponents have had it all their own way for the last 15 years, Neanderton lamented. He's wrong about that, too. Overall, we are now more highly taxed & regulated - & government (especially local government) is more intrusive - than when the "reform" process began. If Neanderton is really concerned about the people at the "bottom of the heap," he should start whittling away at the vile GST - the Government Slavery Tax - that the reforms bequeathed us. He should ponder the fact that the new government of his erstwhile Mecca, Russia, has just introduced a flat rate of income tax of 13% as a means of stimulating economic growth. He should vote against the Unemployment Relations Bill currently before Parliament. He should heed the words of New Zealand First MP, Ron Mark, a Maori, who said this to Parliament during a debate on "closing the gaps" on June 21:

"I have a message for Government members. There is only one gap that needs closing & that is the gap between their ears. If Government members seriously want to address those ghastly, horrible, disgusting, totally unacceptable statistics that exist among my people, then ... do not teach dependency, do not preach about handouts. Look at the All Blacks. Look at Michael Campbell. Ask the rugby league team, the Warriors: did these people get there because there was some kindly little Labour Minister - a white, liberal chappie with a guilty conscience about his ancestors' activities 100 years ago - handing out money? The answer is no. Those who made it have made it through attitude, through education, & through a realisation that their future lies in their own hands, & the future of their children lies in their own hands, & they set out to do something about it themselves."

Finally, Neanderton should purge his nasty little soul of envy. Rather than belittle & snarl at the successful, he should congratulate them - & then get out of our way, so that there can be more like them.

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