Lindsay Perigo
Lindsay Perigo

The Politically Incorrect Show - 12/07/2001

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Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Thursday July 12, 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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Tuesday we heard from Jim Peron, visiting freedom fighter from South Africa. On Saturday week, Jim will be the keynote speaker at an anti-apartheid convention, marking the 20th anniversary of the 1981 Springbok tour, at the Hamilton race course. Key figures in the 1981 protest movement will not be there, since they actively support the version of apartheid being implemented in this country currently, where Maoris are accorded preferential treatment at the expense of the rights & resources of others.

Just how nonsensically Politically Correct the situation has become was highlighted in a recent post to the Libertyloop:

"There is an area not far from here called Kauri point. One of the roads at this place has just been widened and sealed. The road workers piled all the dirt from the road workings on the side of the road and it looked really untidy. A local resident complained about the dirt and asked if it could be taken away or at least made to look tidier. It turns out that the reason why the dirt was not removed from the area when the road works were happening is that back in 1863 or thereabouts the moordis of the area had a bit of a scrap with another lot of moordis from up the road a bit and apparently some blood was spilled - like quite a bit of blood - and so now they say this is 'tapu soil' and must NEVER leave the district, not even 100 metres up the road where a farmer wanted some fill.

"Not far from this area is another land spit called Taupiro Point. Some road works were being done there right alongside the beach, and the grader hit a buried heap of pipi shells. The grader driver jumped off his machine, ran around in circles, did a bit of a haka and demanded the work stop until they found out what it was all about. At ratepayers expense a fella was called in from Wellington and it was determined that it was just a natural tidal thing. It was estimated this stoppage cost the ratepayers in excess of $5,000.

"I was speaking to the husband of one of my wife's work mates yesterday and he was telling me that he owns some land not far from the beach. One day there was a knock at the door and a bunch of scruffy moordis were standing there. They told him they had just been down one of HIS drains on HIS property (without his permission of course) and they found a big bunch of old buried pipi shells in the bank of the drain and that they wanted to come back and do some digging because they believed it may have 'cultural significance' to them. They told him that in fact by law they didn't even need his permission to dig it up, but because he was known to them they thought they would be courteous. If the shells (in their opinion) did have anything to do with moordi then that would mean he could not do another thing on that part of his farm ever again without 'consulting' - yeah right, paying - them."

Scams like this are going on up & down the country, & will be further legitimised by the expansion of the powers of local bodies proposed by Sandra Lee. The upcoming anti-apartheid convention hopes to help turn back the racist tide of which they are a part. Enrolment details are available in the current issue of my magazine, The Free Radical, or from Tim Wikiriwhi on 07 849 8323.

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