The Politically Incorrect Show - 15/10/1999
Music - Die Fledermaus
Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Friday October 15, 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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One step forward, two steps back. Yesterday the IRD, known to you & me as the Trirds, were severely chastised by the Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry for their culture of intimidation & harassment. One step forward. But the committee specifically rejected the idea of reversing the burden of proof so that it would rest where British justice says it should - with the accuser. That simple measure would have been the biggest single blow possible against outrageous, arbitrary IRD "assessments," but the majority of the committee were against it. One step back. Innocent until proven guilty is going out of fashion, it seems. Or was it just a coincidence that the following little-noticed news release appeared yesterday?
"The National Party is promising that convicted drug dealers and other criminals will have their assets confiscated unless they can prove they were honestly earned. The Minister of Justice, Tony Ryall, told the Police Association conference such a move would reverse the burden of proof under the Proceeds of Crimes Act. Ryall says National also intends to bring in new dedicated powers to make it easier for banks, the police & the justice system to gather evidence."
Two steps back. Where does one begin with such vomitous offal as this?
First, drug dealing should not be a crime to start with, since it is an activity of consenting adults. Second, according to Tony Vile, the National Socialist Party will require not only that someone convicted of a crime be sentenced to whatever the court decrees, but also that he automatically forfeit all his assets unless HE CAN PROVE that they were "honestly earned." Guilty until proven innocent, you see? Third, what would politicians like Vile know about earning anything "honestly"? They who live off stolen money & whose daily stock-in-trade is deception & coercion? The difference between Vile & the piece of excrement who demanded of Beverly Bouma at gunpoint, "Give me your money, bitch" before shooting her is mainly legal. There is little significant moral distinction between them.
It was only about a month ago that a senior policeman was arguing that police should personally be permitted to retain some of the spoils of their investigations, which would guarantee that even more police time would be wasted on the pursuit of victimless drug "crimes" than is currently squandered. Now a senior government politician is promising - PROMISING, not suggesting - something even more sweeping, with more "guilty till proven innocent" thrown in for good measure. One filthy proposal leads to an even more filthy promise.
Tony Vile's National Socialist government, thankfully, will be history after this election, but what replaces it will assuredly be worse & may be relied upon to proceed with whatever diabolical legislation Vile is planning. You, meanwhile, as more & more of your freedom is thus eroded, are like the frog about to be boiled in water, blithely unaware of its fate because the water is being heated so slowly.
There is still time to jump out. But not much.
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