The Politically Incorrect Show - 31/08/1999
Music - Die Fledermaus
Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Tuesday August 31, 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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What a nation of Nanny-State bedwetters we are was revealed again over the weekend in the case of an Auckland company's having to pay out $25,000 to a former woman employee. The woman had resigned after four months on the job because her male co-workers had drawn pictures of her naked & put them on a notice-board & elsewhere. She was awarded $10,000 for humiliation, loss of dignity & injury to feelings, & $15,000 for loss of earnings. Now I don't wish to condone the infantile behaviour of the male employees - they are the sorts of mindless clods who vote Labour & Alliance Retard, whose lumpen lives revolve around their penises & their beer-jugs & who demand that other people pay for any children that might result. Nor do I wish to condone the apparent failure of the employer to make any serious attempt to put a stop to their boorish behaviour. But there are some things the state should be involved in & others it should not. No physical force was involved here. The woman was taunted at work over her appearance. It is not for Nanny State to make laws restricting what people say, let alone holding people responsible for what other people say. The Employment Tribunal's finding & fining represent a vicious evil far greater than the puerile behaviour of the half-wit hoons in this case. Legally speaking, it should be the prerogative, BUT NOT THE OBLIGATION, of the employer to clamp down on this type of behaviour on HIS premises. If he fails to do so, that makes him an ass, but it is not the law's business. Next thing Nanny will be sending in swot teams to arrest people for saying hurtful things at home. Some claim this has happened already.
We have already seen employers fined for love notes sent by employees to other employees & for turning down a man for a secretary's job because he wasn't a woman. This sort of Politically Correct persecution by Nanny, must stop. The Employment Contracts Act, which set up this "hurt feelings" nonsense, must be repealed & the Employment Tribunal abolished. Employment contracts should be treated like any other contracts & subject to the same laws. The Human Wrongs Commissariat should be abolished simultaneously. There is no place in a free society for Thought Police.
The company is appealing this latest Thought Police outrage. I wish it well.
There is an indispensable place in a free society, however, for respect for the value of reason, & with it, respect for the value of the individual. Without this, indeed, it will not be possible to achieve a free society, let alone for it to endure. If freedom is seen as nothing more than a license for slobbering morons to indulge their puerility, then it's not going to go anywhere. The company would do well to remember THAT if it wins its appeal.
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