Declaration of Equality

There shall be one law for all:
  • I refuse to accept any reference to the Treaty of Waitangi or its principles in any constitutional document.
  • I require that such references be removed from all existing legislation.
  • I require that race-based Parliamentary seats be abolished.
  • I require that race-based representation on local bodies be abolished.
  • I require that the Waitangi Tribunal, which has outlived any usefulness it may have had, be abolished.
Sign the petition at NZCPR

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Another would be trougher dithering at the start line

I have been approached about it by a wide range of people and am currently having a think about it

Another would be trougher dithers about fronting the start line.

She's in good company, her opponent Filk Off has been dithering over announcing whether he will make the start line for months.

Anyway, you've got to wonder about this new addition to the running.  Why would she suddenly desire to move from a no doubt handsomely remunerated trough to the some say lowly paid troughs of local government?

She's possibly got all the form she needs.  Longtime a resident at two comms companies which are now worthless compared to early values, she wants to leave another that has lived off borrowed money forever.  One that has never positively made a dollar since inception with players living high on the hog.   Maybe she can see the writing on the wall.  Will Xero be Enron MkII?

As previously mentioned, this filly obviously has form utilising borrowed largesse.  And unfortunately I feel the result will be more of the same for your ratepayer wallet.

Monday, November 16, 2015

And we pay these pricks?

it is important, amid all the grief and anger in France, that President Francois Hollande's Government and its allies do not respond by simply intensifying a military campaign

The New Zealand taxpayer pays for these apologist pricks in their ivory towers?    Appeasement never works.

The only reaction is to fully close and police French borders, slotting the source of these invading hordes.

French defence official says the country has launched a "massive" series of airstrikes on the Islamic State group's de facto capital in Syria

Meanwhile, albeit a bit slow to react, France has started taking out the trash, doing what needed to be done months ago

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Paris: Time for some harsh reality

There are those among us that believe we should be tolerant of anything and everything, and that we should eliminate our borders and just let everyone roam freely as they choose, and that we should do all of this as we joyfully hand over our only means of self-defense to the people they have chosen to rule over us.

These people are utterly and profoundly wrong.

Humans created borders for a reason, and we used weapons to defend them for a reason, and we learned to be intolerant of that which threatens us for a reason. Those who believe we can just blindly disregard the lessons of history and discard the wisdom we have gained over the course of societal evolution will force all of us to relearn those lessons if we let them.

Our borders must be secure, and we must retain the right to defend ourselves and our families. Rather than creating “safe spaces” to shield our children from reality, we must teach them to deal with that reality, however harsh it might be.

ISIS does not care about our borders, nor will it obey our gun laws. These people will not respect your safe space, and they see everyone in our gun free zones as a target of opportunity. ISIS is not the problem, however, it is just the latest symptom of a problem that has existed since the dawn of time, and one that we will always have to deal with.

Evil people exist in the world, and we will either have to deal with them or obey them. That is the truth, it is reality, it is harsh, and we have to deal with it.

 We need to relearn some harsh lessons of societal evolution.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Polishing turds

Various enablers, including Mr Plod calling for calm, have had a field day in the media this week. 

Always the "he was such a good boy" or "he was a doting, caring father" accompanied by the pix.

Never about the victims of their previous crimes.  This morning, another example:

Don't worry about the colour of their patch

He was getting his life on track, so that will be a loss for the gang

With the rest of the sob story on the tale of survival, he'll be canonised soon.   FFS, the criminals were on their way to celebrate at a gang pissup.

In my opinion, apart from the odd lone nutter going postal, patched gang members are our worst criminals in New Zealand.   Every single one of them has committed serious crime to gain their patch.  I do not shed one tear for them.

Turd polishing enablers within the community do nothing to get rid of the insidious scourge of gangs in New Zealand. 

Continually talking up the patched crims history, always being unwilling to ban them from the streets and permanently lock up any gang scum, they only enable the next generation clamouring to join.

This is what a nanny state does in its spare time

New York City politician Mark Levine has introduced a bill to assign personal email addresses to 200 of the city's trees

would give email addresses to 200 that are notably old, tall, historical, or just plain odd.

If his bill is passed, signs bearing each tree's email address would be placed on or near them and city parks employees would be tasked with checking the trees' emails, or "treemails," if you will

With all the firewood growing in NZ, I can see the urgent need or a whole new bureaucracy to read treemail and disseminate the global warmist gospel.

NYC looking for work for their drones on the ratepayers dime. Apparently they already do it Melbourne.

Could solve unemployment. Our Labour and tree hugging greenie MPs could fill out their day rather than looking to be permanently victimised as they have this week.

Monday, November 09, 2015

Sunday, November 08, 2015

Finally the message gets through

Auckland mayor Len Brown has announced he will not stand for re-election

At last the thieving lying prick gets the message.  Today is truly a day for Aucklanders to celebrate.

His legacy?

He has trashed Jafaland with exorbitant rates rises for his tenure and lowered the Office of the Mayor into the sewer.  He has sold the city out to undemocratic unelected native boards.

Anything to get his name on that plaque in Britomart. 

Brown's announcement he will not seek re-election comes as long-serving Labour MP Phil Goff is poised to confirm his bid for the Auckland Mayoralty

Mind you, if Filk Off's the answer, I'd sooner scratch my eyes out and vote for a piece of scum like Lying Len.

Friday, October 16, 2015

Vodafone taking the p*ss with spam messaging

Just got this spam SMS from VF

We're working hard to make our network work best for you. Next week we're upgrading the area near you, please bear with us as there may be a little disruption

Yeah right!   I see nothing planned for the Dannevegas area next week but note the fault which has been there most of the week remains unresolved. 

I'll believe such self promotional spam when your purported 3G doesn't drop out to GPRS speed during the working day.  And you do not take three weeks to respond to faults logged via email.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

EU agricultural sensitivities

talks will take in account "EU agricultural sensitivities."

"Agricultural  sensitivities"???

Would that be more tyre burning motorway blocking agriculturalists being slightly sensitive to being stripped of their rampant farming subsidies?

Or maybe increased sensitivity to the agricultural goat f**kers currently invading Europe?

One will know shortly.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

"Miraculously fuel efficient" German engineering


Yes, so miraculous (@ 1.04 min in video) everyone would want a piece of German engineering.   
Volkswagen announced plans in 2012 to spend around 250 million euros on the engine plant, in line with Russian government targets to equip at least 30 percent of vehicles produced in Russia with locally-made engines by 2016.

Russian sales of the VW brand fell 44 percent year-on-year in the first seven months of this year and the company in March cut jobs and working hours at the Kaluga factory. But it says its investment plans are intact due to the market's longer-term prospects.

A timely reminder to those companies buying brand wrecking software...

I'd bet VW is not the only company that has supped from the trough of green subsidies for 'clean  diesels'.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

National jellyfish capitulates and reverts to type

The Red Peak flag will be added as a fifth option in the flag referendum, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed.

The Government has agreed to pick-up legislation that was put forward by the Green Party this afternoon

Effin' unbelievable!  Predictable though as the spineless bastard reverts to type

The Nats again proves that they cannot be trusted to stick to their plan or principles.   Seems that polls are the main focus.  I cannot stand an unprincipled party willing to bow to minority party no hopers and screaming twatteratti.

New Zealand First said they opposed Red Peak being added, in line with their strong opposition to any flag change.

Deputy leader Ron Mark said Red Peak design resembled markings on sentry boxes used by the Nazis.

We will say no to the Green-National Red Peak option. We believe in proper democratic process and we do not want to waste more taxpayers' money.

At least NZ First had the balls to stay true.

National jellyfish shows some spine

last-ditch appeal against the deportation of a man who claimed to be the world's first climate change refugee has failed

Prime Minister John Key said there was no question that Mr Teitiota was an over-stayer, and not a refugee

Amazing.  The head National jellyfish stiffens with some resolve to deport one overstayer from South Auckland.

Whilst we're on overstayers in South Auckland, can we deport a few more?   Like the ones we missed last time as the hand wringers let the illegal immigrants remain.

we have to be in the most part consistent

Consistency from a poll driven moonbeam? 

I thought not, restarting Dawn Raids would probably not go down well with spineless Key's voting public.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Slaying Gorebull and sacred cows

within the big model there is a core basic physics model. That core is the foundation of the idea that CO2 causes 1.2C of  warming

The model architecture was wrong. Carbon dioxide causes only minor warming. The climate is largely driven by factors outside our control. 

As such, the windfarms and solar panels are not just bad at reducing carbon dioxide — even if they did succeed in reducing carbon dioxide they’d be useless at cooling the planet. It is only four billion dollars a day worldwide, wasted.

A professional modeller takes apart the basic physics model of climate change and finds the religion of man made CO2 warming wanting.

3, 2, 1, cue the ranting of warmists, lefties looking to tax the process and others with vested interests as some sacred cows are slain.

Part 1 of a series here at JoNova. 

Get the popcorn in, it appears to be a blockbuster.

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Give them an inch...

Activists have moved onto land at Kaitaia Airport today

the occupation was a protest against a $100 million Treaty of Waitangi settlement, due to be ratified tomorrow

the occupation site with fence posts and corrugated iron to begin constructing a new marae

One of the occupation organisers Hone Popata said they would be occupying land beside the airport terminal, and all operations at the airport would be closed.

"We are in charge now," he said.

Finlayson's mates, the Popata bros have taken "charge" of  Kaitaia Airport.  More of the long term pandering of the Nats "Give them an inch..." comes home to roost. 

Not a good couple of weeks for you, eh John Boy Key?

The professional stirrers have been far too quiet for a while since dishing out to Key a few years ago.  Now they are setting up residence and are looking for more than an inch of the white man's mile.

Just like Raglan Golf Course and Bastion Point, we'll see spineless pandering pollies and local government wannabees rolling up to cater to their every need.

Time to stock up on popcorn.