Lindsay Perigo
Lindsay Perigo

The Politically Incorrect Show - 26/06/2001

[Music - Die Fledermaus]

Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Tuesday June 26, 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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It can be disconcerting, "standing tall for free enterprise" in a culture so vehemently dead set against it, whose citizens expect & want the "guvvamint" to run everything, including them. They were out in force yesterday, the "guvvamint"-mongers, & the intellectual level of the programme declined accordingly. The retards are SO retarded they're not even embarrassed to show it. Perhaps the silliest drone yesterday - though there was fierce competition - was the one who had been attending the Socialist Workers Organisation (formerly the Communist Party) conference over the weekend, the one at which cabinet minister & Stalin fan Laila Harre spoke. The big issue today, he proclaimed, is ... WATER: we're having to pay for it when it's really "free." As I said to him, catch it from the rain & it's yours - have it piped from reservoirs & OF COURSE you have to pay for it. What he really meant, of course, is that other people should pay for his.

A different caller last Friday announced that he was one of those I regularly called "bludgers" & he was going to tell me why. "I don't wanna know," I said, & proceeded to the next call. And I DON'T want to know. In cases of genuine, innocent hardship, (assuming this were one such) one has the right to ask politely for assistance; no one has the right to steal. Does this person think that his need gives him the right to hold a gun to his neighbour's head?

But the message is getting through - there are nuggets in the dross. One of the other callers last Friday was Iwi, who told me that both he & a friend had been inspired by listening to this show to get themselves off the dole & into work. "What are you doing at home, then?" I asked. "It's a night job," he explained. "My wife works during the day & I work at night. I don't expect other people to provide for me any more." Most thrilling of all, Iwi has got his self-respect back - he can look himself & the world in the eye.

Unfortunately, for every Iwi there are hundreds, thousands, who righteously insist on their right to bludge, & go into blind fury when that "right" is challenged.

Well, they can get as furious as they like - I shall continue to denounce the moral cannibalism that underpins this society, & the glorifiers of "guvvamint" can do with me what they will. One of them once threatened to slit my throat. In the unlikely event of it ever coming to that, so be it. It's slightly galling to reflect, though, that I will have paid for the knife he stabs me with.

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