Lindsay Perigo
Lindsay Perigo

The Politically Incorrect Show - 12/11/1999

Music - Die Fledermaus

Good afternoon, Kaya Oraaa & welcome to the Politically Incorrect Show on the free speech network, Radio Pacific, for Friday November 12, 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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"People are deceived en masse & enlightened one at a time" is a favourite saying of a dear friend of mine in the United Police States, Richard Boddie, affectionately known as Senator Chocolate (Richard is as black as the ace of spades & was a US Libertarian Party senate candidate in the early nineties). I've been very mindful of this recently as the en masse deception of the sheeple of this country has intensified during the election campaign, while newly-enlightened individuals have been making themselves known to me in greater numbers than ever. Three quick examples:

First, the woman who wrote to me at the end of last month:

"Dear Sir,

"Recently my dear brother emigrated to the United States, leaving me, amongst other things, a pile of Free Radical magazines. I began to idly flick through the pages, and was surprised to discover a wealth of intelligent and informed debate punctuated by humour. I spent that weekend reading and laughing, and undergoing a massive ideological shift. A terrifying realisation hit me: I was wrong, so dreadfully wrong. My socialism was revealed for what it was, fascist control, and that the quest for freedom was the only viable option. My pride is restored. Thank you for offering a glimmer of hope through both your wonderful, wonderful publication, and the PI Show."

Then yesterday, this:

"I'm a wife, mother of two, part-time self-employed worker. I've always had a social (I know you hate that word) conscience, & would always say, OK, I'll pay more tax if it'll address the endless problems facing us. But I've worked through that now. When estimates put as much as 79 cents out of every tax dollar going into the machine that is government, into maintaining truly inept politicians, extravagantly-run government departments indulging in team-building conferences, endless rebranding, implementing destructive & divisive Political Correctness policies, insisting on producing every bit of written paraphernalia in a language 99% of us can't read, into funding a police force to revenue-gather exclusively, that's a double whammy. Hell, why would I want to pay more? To add insult to injury, I have to put up with being told what to do by these same bodies. 'You must identify yourself on request, you must ask & PAY FOR permission to make changes on your own property, you must make yourself vulnerable to violence - it goes on & on & ultimately you must pay me to insult you.' NO! I just can't do it any more. I can't stand it. I WON'T vote for the status quo."

Also yesterday, a heart-warming three-page letter from a person who until just a few months ago was "rudderless, cynical & apathetic, with vague socialist leanings." She had previously thought of Christianity as her philosophical base, but, "after working for Christians who cheated & lied," concluded she wasn't a Christian after all. Now, thanks to voracious reading of The Free Radical & the works of Ayn Rand, she is committed to the supreme values of reason & freedom. "No more vague socialist leanings!" she exults.

Slowly but surely, "one at a time," people ARE being enlightened. Will there be enough of them in time to save us from the snivelling hordes & the despotic politicians, that mutually dependent cacophony of cannibals who would drag us back to the Dark Ages?

That, ladies & gentlemen, is over to you.

Each of you, individually.

Politically Incorrect Show, enlightening people one at a time - 309 3099.

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