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Thursday, September 17, 2020

Native put in place

A former trustee of Far North Māori fund who was jailed for a $1 million fraud he perpetrated with his sister has been denied a Supreme Court appeal over "cultural shame". 

Stephen Henare and Margaret Dixon virtually bled the Parengarenga 3G (P3G) Trust dry to pay for gambling and luxuries, such as a corporate box at rugby league games. 

At last, a New Zealand court willing to stand up to the minorities who are ever  willing to peddle their own brand of justice, looking for a sentence reduction.

Now, if only the same court would remind the natives that the document signed way back in 1840 made all of them British subjects at the stroke of a pen and similarly uphold the laws of New Zealand.

PS - In our current Native Week, no Te Lingo was used or harmed in the making of this post. (gist of which was flogged from a post noticed elsewhere)


Sunday, August 30, 2020

"... the system is working..."

"... the system is working..." says her indoors on Te News tonight.

As some West and South Jafalander sheeple today rush to get tested after following an erroneous online message.

An overstayer and you want a Chinese Plague test on the NZ taxpayer?  I guess  Dawn Raids will now commence to rout those illegal aliens long resident in our communities.  Thought not - no votes in that.

System working?  Not in my book - once again she is lying to us!


Wednesday, August 19, 2020

FNDC catches a rampant disease

The Far North District Council has caught the STV disease for forthcoming elections.

Like MMP, STV is a disease where minorities get to wag the tail of democracy.

And like with the chronic disease of wards for the un-elected of a certain make and model, we get to petition the council to remain on FPP possibly averting this unwanted outbreak.


Monday, August 17, 2020

SFO report imminent?

Hope the SFO hasn't changed the scheduled delivery date on the murky dealings of the Winston First Foundation even though her indoors has delayed the election date.


Friday, August 14, 2020

"Killing the Greens"

Climate change is the luxury fear people wear on their sleeves when they can afford it. It’s a piece of fashion. Optional and discarded at a moments notice.

when the pandemic ends—or at least is suitably controlled—American adults say they’ll behave in ways that would increase their carbon footprint. According to our survey, we’ll drive as much as we did before, take public transportation less, bicycle or walk less, buy more clothes, and have more stuff packaged up and shipped to our homes. And most of us plan to jack up the home AC and heat even more than we already have

It’s taken two decades of relentless advertising to achieve mass compliance and new habits, but just a few months to be reminded of how convenient some things are. The pandemic gave people permission to break the old rules.

Amen to that!  Now can we get rid of the carbon tax rort?



Wednesday, August 12, 2020

NZ 0 : Chinese Plague 1

New Zealand stands as a cautionary tale about the nature of coronavirus: 

No matter how hard you try to fight the virus by smashing businesses, civil liberties, and lives, the thing always seems to find a way to come back.

Ain't that the truth!  St Jacinda's elimination strategy was bound to fail.

Let it rip, the Chinese plague will bowl less than those killed annually by flu.  If your card has already been marked by other pre-existing conditions, tough luck.


It couldn't happen here?

EPA staff covered up and lied about the failed science review of the 2012-2013 Yakima nitrate report

EPA staff lying and covering up a failed peer review for a controversial and damaging science study. The 2012-2013 Yakima Nitrate Report was used by EPA Region 10 to coerce four dairy farms into signing a punitive consent order and then used by an environmental attorney to impose even more costly and unjustified measures on the farms

EPA staff lied about the study’s peer review process. “This study was categorized as ‘influential science information’ which requires an extensive independent peer review. It never received that kind of review and when farmers called EPA staff on this critical failure, they lied claiming it was not categorized as influential but a lower level that didn’t require peer review. The internal emails make it crystal clear they lied about the categorization and lied defending their failed review.”

Now the EPA are trying to run the clock on the lawsuit to protect their arses.

Imposed costs and unjustified measures on dairy farms wouldn't happen here in little old NZ.

Would it? 

Monday, August 10, 2020

an "amoral, hideous thought"

the lives of elderly people should be "offered up" to avoid hardship were an "amoral, hideous thought" 

Scomo has a conscience.

Unlike those here in NZ where we soon get the vote to allow your doped up grandkids to murder their Granny.

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

What goes round...

A Mr Mangrove has been fired forthwith today.

If you wrestle with pigs, two things are guaranteed. You will get dirty and the pig will enjoy it.

Another bit of karma from the long running criminally-sourced Dirty Politics of New Zealand's beltway.

And I'm sure today, the pig is really happy.


Saturday, July 18, 2020

The pile-on continues

The left are obviously worried about the Nats newest player in the NZ political puddle.


fascism

(ˈfæʃɪzəm)
n (sometimes capital)
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) any ideology or movement inspired by Italian Fascism, such as German National Socialism; any right-wing nationalist ideology or movement with an authoritarian and hierarchical structure that is fundamentally opposed to democracy and liberalism
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) any ideology, movement, programme, tendency, etc, that may be characterized as right-wing, chauvinist, authoritarian, etc
3. prejudice in relation to the subject specified: body fascism.
[C20: from Italian fascismo, from fascio political group, from Latin fascis bundle; see fasces]


the Right’s rapidly unravelling bundle of conservative sticks


Go on Mr Trotter, you've got the matching picture but fail to say what you really mean.


Wednesday, July 15, 2020

What a difference!

Just watched our PM in waiting give a live presser at Parliament this wet and dreary afternoon.

I could never watch the PTPM for 20 seconds let alone 20 minutes without the bile rising.

Plenty of sledges eg "the need to put the Min of Education in as a caretaker Min of Health vs we'll have a real doctor as Min of Health".  Also nice of her to put the muckraker Tova in her place on day one.

Judith was all smiles and on top of the subjects under discussion.  No getting bogged down with sidetracking supplementary questions by so-called journalists desperate to trap her - she just moved on to the next question.

Crap sound on $1tuffed - very muted and hard to hear questions being asked.


Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Lazarus arises

is a good man, unlike most of his colleagues

never had a chance given the fault lines of ambition, personality, and ideology that run deep through the National Party caucus

Obviously refreshed from his medical time off, Lazarus is in fine fettle unable to resist a sledge or two.


Thursday, July 02, 2020

The leadership masterclass continues...

367 people letting down team of 5 million

Throwing the shade on anyone but themselves.  A true leader takes responsibility at his desk.

Here in New Zealand, the leadership master class continues.  Not!

The minister in charge had his chance to test the 367 and like every other initiative of this government, failed miserably.

But this same Coalition of Losers government remains ever ready to throw the blame onto others and you under the bus.


Monday, June 29, 2020

Look - a water monster whore!

the river is paying a bigger price

Waikato River Authority wants Auckland to pay for more water from the Waikato River and suggested up to 10 cents a litre, or $20 million a day

That didn't take long.  Whores now haggling over a price.

Always knew that it would happen, for water monster whores are easily placated with coin of the realm.  More taxpayer coin that is, similar to the multitudes of repeat 'full and final settlements' we've placated over one and three-quarter centuries.

Same debate is coming real soon for coastal access as these so-called ToW 'partners' gouge another slice of the action.

These British subjects have fully learnt how to scam NZ Inc.


Sunday, June 14, 2020

We're far too bloody soft!

there is "something wrong" with New Zealand's justice system

Bollocks!  Capital punishment is a good place to start.

well over half of the men in our prisons are Māori, when nearly two-thirds of women in our prisons are Māori, that tells you there is something wrong with the system

Do the crime, do the time.  Nothing wrong with that!  It takes a lot of repeated crime to actually get one locked up these days.   If you don't like the numbers, stop breeding criminals.

The way I see it, the only things wrong with the current soft justice system are Mr Plod pussy-footing around trying to be nice hugging crims with the judiciary failing to impose effective full-term non-parole sentencing.  All the other do-gooders talking of turning out the currently imprisoned are more than welcome to be visited by a recently released ex-inmate on a dark rainy night.

Let's face it, your favoured gang members earnt their patch through violent crime and are willing to make use of any firearms to hand to continue their drug-driven money streams.

I say the justice system is too soft. Along with society in general.  Lock the bastards up forever and toss the keys, crims in my book forfeit any rights.

There are no politicians in New Zealand prepared to step up and get tough on crime.  We are too soft.