Lindsay Perigo
Lindsay Perigo

The Politically Incorrect Show - 09/07/1999

Music - Die Fledermaus

Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Friday July 9, proudly sponsored by Tuariki Tobacco 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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Item: "A justice system that imprisons vast numbers of people for victimless crimes while exonerating real criminals on grounds of 'cultural sensitivity.'" That was me, listing various totalitarian characteristics of life in New Zealand under this National Socialist Government, Issue #36 of The Free Radical.

Item: "I have just spoken to a man who was hauled before the court system last year & convicted of wilful damage. He cannot go back to his previous occupation. His crime? At a time when he was under huge personal pressure, while on his own private property, far removed from anybody else's, he wrote off his own car by nearly tearing the doors off and hammering it with some sporting implements. Police, tipped off by a witness on the property, came with a snarling dog and firearms, arrested him & took him away in handcuffs - for disposing of his own private possession in his own way, without harming anyone else. He was charged with wilful damage. So much for property rights in New Zealand." That's from a private e-mail to me yesterday.

Item: "New Zealand legal history was made yesterday when a Maori curse was accepted as the reason a man nearly killed a woman by pushing a crucifix & piece of wood up her nose. Justice Morris said Martin, who believed he was in the grip of a makutu (curse) was entitled to leniency because of the unique circumstances of the attack." That's from the Herald, March 24, 1998.

Item: "Judge Thomas Everitt made his decision [not to convict a man charged with assaulting his partner because of the man's mana] in the Kaikohe District Court in the case of a 50-year-old man who struck his partner, splitting her lip, then pushed her off a chair. The judge said while it was usual to convict in such a case, 'I accept the consequences of conviction would be substantial for the defendant. The courts recognise the concept of mana & if named, the loss by this defendant of his mana would affect him & his people significantly.'" That, as you all know, is from yesterday's news.

Item: "The sooner we realise there are laws for one & laws for another, the better." That was the Minister of Apartheid, Lord Montrose of Drury, speaking in the wake of the Ngai Tahu settlement in 1997. Ladies & gentlemen, he is the reason why you can be convicted for destroying your own property & harming no one if you're a white man, & discharged without conviction for assaulting someone else if you're brown-skinned.

Folks, apartheid will be one of the enduringly evil legacies of this evil National Socialist Government & its Lord Montrose of Drury. Prior to this National Socialist were Palmer & Blancmange; all three & many others belong on the lowest rung of hell for their promotion of a Master Race in this country. Most Maori reject this excrement. It's time we all rejected it. Enough is enough. I have spoken often of the need to dump the Treaty of Waitangi & replace it with a constitution that upholds the rights of the individual regardless of race, with preferential treatment to none, irrespective of who was here first, who ate whom, who drove whom out & other such infantile obsessions. I pledge to you now that my colleagues & I will present you with just such a constitution before the upcoming election.

In the meantime, to Lord Montrose of Drury, his fellow-parasites & dilettantes in caucus who said nothing, the fat-derriered judges who obligingly go on Politically Correct courses espousing two separate justice systems - these egregious poseurs concerned not with justice but with creaming the system & retiring, like their mentor Montrose, in taxpayer-funded luxury - & to Montrose's predecessors, his partners-in-evil - to all of you egregious scum, this salute from a fellow racist low-life bastard.


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