The Politically Incorrect Show - 30/08/2000
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Good afternoon, KAYA ORAAAA & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Wednesday August 30, 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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You have to hand it to the femi-nazis, nico-nazis, ethno-nazis & all the rest who dominate the ruling regime of the Sheeple's Republic of Aotearoa - they never take their jackboots off. Their authoritarian zeal is relentless.
First, there's Bossyboots Bunkle, thwarted in imposing an outright ban on smoking in bars, cafes & restaurants, now pushing for compulsory non-smoking areas in these venues. Then there's Mistress Marion, sometimes known as Herr Hobbs - she's on the rampage again as well. I quote from last Friday's Christchurch Press:
"Regulation is a beautiful word, Broadcasting Minister Marion Hobbs told a meeting organised by the Children's Television Foundation in Christchurch. Ms Hobbs plans to force free-to-air broadcasters to screen minimum amounts of local content. She told last night's meeting that more regulation would be a refreshing change ... Requiring a minimum level of local content would encourage more children's television programmes featuring New Zealand settings & accents, she said."
Well, mangle my vowels & muddy my consonants! Programmes not only screened at gunpoint, but forced to sound like Lynn of Tawa as well! How long before Herr Hobbs brings in another "beautiful" regulation making it compulsory to watch them?
Then there's this gem from the NZPA yesterday:
"Statistics New Zealand is about to examine our cultural habits. Its $700,000 survey will cover areas as diverse as marae visits, museums, libraries, film, television & radio, as well as the visual & performing arts. The acting chief executive of the Culture & Heritage Ministry, Martin Matthews, says Government planners need more information about how New Zealanders spend their time on cultural pursuits, 'which play a significant part in shaping who we are as people. When people don't participate in cultural activities, we would like to know the reasons.'"
Excuse me?? Will we now need notes from our mothers to please excuse us from marae visits?
Well, I have news for the Culture & Heritage Ministry & Statistics New Zealand & Commissar Hobbs & government planners & Bunkle Tom Cobley & all - One of MY "cultural habits" is to issue regular invitations to maggot-ridden bossyboots & busybodies like you, whose salaries & surveys I am forced to help pay for, to go to hell. Furthermore, one of these days the sheeple will awaken & arise, & facilitate your acceptance of my invitation.
"Retribution" is a beautiful word.
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