Lindsay Perigo
Lindsay Perigo

The Politically Incorrect Show - 14/09/1999

Music - Die Fledermaus

Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Tuesday September 14, 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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Something I've been meaning to comment on for days now. This caught my eye in the Sunday Star-Times of the weekend before last:

"They're no ordinary farm dogs, Sue & Tess. For three years they were worth $1 million - until the courts took the money off them .... When the dogs' owner, a south Auckland farmer died of cancer in 1996, he left $1 million of his $4.7 million estate to provide for his much-loved working dogs while they were alive. ... Justice Cartwright said the money was totally unjustifiable."

Well you know something? I don't care what InJustice Cartwright thinks. It wasn't her money. Nor was it that of the family members who contested the deceased farmer's will and to whom InJustice Cartwright awarded the money. Clearly Cartwright viewed the farmer's bequest as bizarre - but it was his money to be bizarre with, and THAT is the principle she should have been upholding. What is the point of making a will if someone is going to come along after you've died and be able to overturn it? Moreover, IS it so bizarre to leave money to dogs one loves rather than people one doesn't? I would certainly rather leave what little I'm likely to end up with to the likes of my fondly-remembered German Shepherd than to InJustice Cartwright, that's for sure. Or to any snivelling Alliance Retard grasping for the unearned. (My German Shepherd, of course, was much brighter than any Alliance Retard I have met, and possessed a vastly superior sense of life.)

The problem is, of course, that one's earnings are up for grabs in life; why should death make any difference? Not just Alliance Retards but 99% of people generally accept the legitimacy of the forced extraction of one's earnings by the state while one is alive & fertilising the economy; how could they have a problem with similar plunder when one is dead & fertilising daisies?

Well I'm here to tell you that being plundered posthumously is as wrong as being plundered while extant. It was my great pleasure & privilege on Sunday night to write a Preamble to the Bill of Rights, Bill of Due Process and Separation of Powers which we Libertarianz are shortly going to present in their totality to the country as a proposed constitution for the new Republic of New Freeland. I can tell you now that under this constitution, property rights will be inviolable. That will include your right to bequeath your monetary savings to whomsoever - or whatsoever - you choose. InJustice Cartwright had better get used to honouring people's clear & lucid instructions concerning their own property. She'd better stop going to Politically Correct courses in pseudo-mordi justice, femi-nazi justice & all the other crap courses judges must attend these days, & swot up on some basic libertarianism. For the times they will soon be a changin'!!

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