Lindsay Perigo
Lindsay Perigo

The Politically Incorrect Show - 01/11/1999

Music - Die Fledermaus

Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Monday November 1, 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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The grand finale to the ABC (Abolish Bureaucratic Crimes) roadshow debates took place in Christchurch's Brevet Club on Friday night. The building was immediately condemned & is to be bulldozed on Wednesday.

This was the first of these debates (on individual liberty & private property rights) to be attended by both God, in the form of a genteel lady from the Christian Heritage Party, & Satan, in the form of the Wizard. Christchurch City Council's Chief Executive, who has been spending ratepayers' money on humungous stadiums & swimming pools in preparation for the Second Coming, did not put in an appearance for the local bureaucracy, as he was embroiled in securing an adequate supply of portaloos for this momentous event (the Second Coming, that is, not the roadshow debates).

The Green Party candidate was the same one who had promised to walk out of the Nelson debate, but didn't. On this occasion, however, he did.

A candidate who was standing as a European in a Maori seat failed to make any sense at all.

The Association of Compulsion-Touters put up two speakers. The first, Own Jennings, MP, made a great deal of sense in his opening remarks, which were 100% libertarian, but dissembled utterly in the question period, whereupon it became clear that the opening remarks were a ploy to pull the rug from under Perigo. It didn't work. Perigo reminded his audience of ACT's compulsion policies, its intimate association with the Resource Management Abomination & the Government Slavery Tax, its support for fascist drug laws, etc. He was ably assisted by Mr Jennings himself who came out in support of censorship. The other ACT candidate disgraced himself with his party's hierarchy by favouring the company of libertarians in the post-debate festivities, & received three reprimands by telephone the next morning.

Hard Labour's Tim Barnett had said all along he wouldn't show, & he didn't. Neither did Paul Piesse from the Alliance Retard Party, who said that the presence of Perigo as guest speaker would "skew" the debate while the presence of the Wizard's entourage would "trivialise" it. The Wizard's "entourage," as it happened, consisted precisely of one person: his wife, who, like her husband, is emphatically not a "trivial" person.

Most instructive of all was the behaviour of the National Party candidate. His campaign manager rang ABC organiser Adrian Chisholm just twenty minutes before starting time to say his candidate would have to pull out because they had just discovered a "double-booking." And a curious double-booking it turned out to be. A Christchurch City Councillor who was present rang the candidate later in the evening to see if there was some way of getting him to the debate before it was too late. The candidate was at home watching television - yet another reminder that the National Socialist Party are just a pack of cowards & liars. Well, I took great delight in slaughtering them in absentia. The voice of freedom was stunningly triumphant on Friday night at the Brevet Club in Christchurch.

You'd think, after ten of these debates, the National Socialists (& the other no-shows for that matter) would have figured out a better strategy for dealing with the hideous heresy of individual liberty than simply pulling out at the last minute. The debates, after all, have attracted far bigger audiences than their own political meetings - and this one was televised for future replay by George Balani. The empty chairs will not look good for those who should have been sitting in them.

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