The Politically Incorrect Show - 19/10/1999
Music - Die Fledermaus
Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Tuesday October 19, 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.
Music up, music down!
The good news from the latest TVNZ-Colmar Brunton poll, if one can attach any credence to these things, is that we will be spared an Alliance Retard-Hard Labour coalition after all. What a relief. No new envy taxes on the successful, no laws against "lookism," no Comrade Neanderton as economic Öbenführer, no Hard Labour Mark Peck wanting to forcibly relocate people to the South Island, and so on. The bad news is that we'll be stuck with the National Socialists & the Compulsion-Touters. Given the track record of the National Socialists, it's not beyond the bounds of possibility that they'll do what I've just said we'd be spared, anyway! They have given us political correctness & socialism ad nauseam, much of it an extension of what they inherited from the fourth Labour Government of which those who now lead ACT were members. ACT, for example, is involved in the Resource Management Abomination up to its frilly knickers. Geoff Shirley was a huge devotee of it. Rodney Hide (while at Lincoln University) & other current ACT luminaries helped draft it. Simone d'Uptart merely passed it. ACT-supporting consultants make stacks of money from it. And it keeps getting more abominable. How about this press release from Simone d'Uptart just last Friday:
'"The Government has promulgated new regulations which will give local bodies the authority to impose infringement fees on people breaching the provisions of the Resource Management Act," Environment Minister, Simon Upton, announced today."The new powers will help local bodies deal with minor infringements of theAct without resorting to court action. The regulations will come into force on 1 February 2000. The penalties range from $300 to $1000, depending on the seriousness of the offence. If a local body chooses to take court action, penalties can be up to two years imprisonment or a fine of $200,000. These new regulations are intended to provide a method of dealing with minor offences and complement the other powers available to local authorities - such as abatement notices and enforcement orders. They will enhance local bodies' ability to operate this important legislation effectively," Mr Upton concluded.'
Translation: local body fascists will be able to fine you on the spot if they catch you trimming a tree. If you actually cut down the tree, it could be court action & a possible two years in jail. What have the Compulsion-Touters said about this? Absolutely nothing. This is their baby.
And here's the latest. Appended now to the RMA amendments which create more work for ACT-supporting consultants are the provisions of Tau Henare's taonga protection legislation, since it would otherwise perish with his being gone after the election. This would give iwi the right to stop you doing anything on your property if it involved what they assert to be taonga. The RMA juggernaut's destruction of private property rights will proceed apace under National-ACT - as will such unconscionable violations of personal liberty as the banning of pipes & bongs, already introduced by National & supported by ACT as part of their strong support for the banning of substances of which they disapprove.
Bottom line: they're all scum. Bottom line: they're scum who flourish because you support them. Bottom line: if you want to know what's really wrong, look in the mirror - and see the swastika.Politically Incorrect Show, beating the bastards - ALL of them - back. 309 3099
If you enjoyed this, why not subscribe?