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Tuesday, August 06, 2019

Look! A squirrel!

As the New Zealand Labour Party descends into the rabbit hole of ever expanding allegations, innuendo and coverups over a certain summer camp, the Princess of NZ fails to comment citing the item is before the judiciary. 

Meanwhile, a squirrel has been seen.  The bearer of that news should Foxtrot Oscar and stay away from further wrecking NZ.  The Princess is doing a good job of that by herself, don't interrupt her.  Seems to be a female trait.

And in the end it's always the coverup that's going to get them. 


Alluvium and taniwha

The science with consequences:

Alluvial fans are often ... subjected to periodic flash floods from nearby thunderstorms in local hills. The typical watercourse ... has a large, funnel-shaped basin at the top, leading to a narrow defile, which opens out into an alluvial fan at the bottom. Multiple braided streams are usually present and active during water flows.

The river or stream carrying the sediment flows at a relatively high velocity due to the high slope angle, which is why coarse material is able to remain in the flow. When the slope decreases rapidly into a relatively planar area or plateau, the stream loses the energy it needs to move its sediment. Deposition subsequently occurs and the sediment ultimately spreads out, creating an alluvial fan.

Fast forward to the 21st century:

Up pops yet another climate seer ready to infest our local government. With more rates required of course.

says councils are having difficulty making climate-related decisions generally but they need to make sure Māori interests aren't forgotten

local councils could be making decisions that create problems for the Crown for modern Treaty breaches

And in the same article, the local tribalists have their say, ever ready to accept more bribes whilst not being beholden to anyone but themselves.  I also see one convicted ex-MP fraudster has thrown her outstretched hands into the mix.

The Māori legend was this flooding happens when occasionally the lizard flicks its tail and washes everything out from side to side

We will continue to seek resourcing from them to support our efforts but we're not waiting for them to determine what those efforts should be

Meanwhile in the real world:

No sign of mythical monsters anywhere in Greece where only optimists build on alluvial fans.  Or on Mars for that matter.  Earthquakes and rain do not mix.


Saturday, August 03, 2019

NZ is ruled by a mob

In my opinion Ardern has crossed the line, she has interfered in a contractual arrangement between two consenting parties. By so doing she has opened the door to future protests and expectations that all protesters have to do is foment trouble and they will get what they want.

The message this sends to business and investors and anyone concerned with the rule of law is in my view a very negative one. It suggests that NZ is ruled by a mob, to which a weak PM yields.

This decision by Ardern to involve herself in this dispute is ill-judged and wrong.


A short but well said summary of proceedings.

I see the head truck driver that supposedly leads said mob is to grace the  site with his presence today.

Kiingi Tūheitia is visiting Ihumātao this morning with the aim to “seek a pathway for resolution”

No doubt further emboldening the shit stirring rabble.


Friday, August 02, 2019

A flowchart for Boris


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flogged from here.  No Deal is the only option.


Enslaved in bureaucracy - what the people really want

keep the British people enslaved in the bureaucratic nightmare.

To remind Johnson and his government in the simplest of terms,  some of the issues about which the British people care the most:

They want an end to open border mass immigration and imposed multi-culturalism.

They want to stop surrendering control over their laws, money, borders and fishing grounds to the unelected bureaucrats of the European Union. (i.e. they want to leave the EU)

They want an end to the continued influx of refugees when there is a shortage of housing, school places, money, health care provision and compounded by a breakdown in law and order.

This issue is especially annoying when the oil rich states of the middle east have the money, the space and the facilities but refuse to take any refugees whatsoever.

They want an end to wasting ever increasing sums of money on foreign aid to dictators and frivolous causes abroad when there is a desperate shortage of money for investment at home.

They want to stop wasting billions of taxpayer's money on a futile attempt to alter the climate by the end of the century. They want an end to the nonsense about a climate emergency, there isn’t one

If there was there’s nothing on this tiny island we can do to stop it.

They want an end to the curtailment of their ancient freedoms by the imposition of rigidly policed political correctness. This includes freedom of speech and the right to form opinions and speak about them openly without fear of arrest by zealous, agenda driven police officers.

I will conclude by saying that the British people demand that we leave the corrupt and failing European Union and all its institutions absolutely and entirely on October 31st, 2019. 

A summary of what people really want, as Mr Johnson's 90-day clock rather quickly runs down.  Let's hope he succeeds with his No Deal.

As highlighted by me, all of it is totally applicable here in Godzone.

This year, upcoming local government wannabees looking for my vote would do well to heed the above.  Politicians of all stripes in central government looking for my vote in 2020 again should take note of what people really want.


Saturday, July 27, 2019

Property rights in NZ? At about 30.

Prior to the Princess jetting off to sunnier climes again for yet another holiday on the taxpayer dime, she set property rights in New Zealand back centuries.

Here's a scale of where countries sit on property rights:

Each country is graded according to the following criteria:
  • 100—Private property is guaranteed by the government. The court system enforces contracts efficiently and quickly. The justice system punishes those who unlawfully confiscate private property. There is no corruption or expropriation.
  • 90—Private property is guaranteed by the government. The court system enforces contracts efficiently. The justice system punishes those who unlawfully confiscate private property. Corruption is nearly nonexistent, and expropriation is highly unlikely.
  • 80—Private property is guaranteed by the government. The court system enforces contracts efficiently but with some delays. Corruption is minimal, and expropriation is highly unlikely.
  • 70—Private property is guaranteed by the government. The court system is subject to delays and is lax in enforcing contracts. Corruption is possible but rare, and expropriation is unlikely.
  • 60—Enforcement of property rights is lax and subject to delays. Corruption is possible but rare, and the judiciary may be influenced by other branches of government. Expropriation is unlikely.
  • 50—The court system is inefficient and subject to delays. Corruption may be present, and the judiciary may be influenced by other branches of government. Expropriation is possible but rare.
  • 40—The court system is highly inefficient, and delays are so long that they deter the use of the court system. Corruption is present, and the judiciary is influenced by other branches of government. Expropriation is possible.
  • 30—Property ownership is weakly protected. The court system is highly inefficient. Corruption is extensive, and the judiciary is strongly influenced by other branches of government. Expropriation is possible.
  • 20—Private property is weakly protected. The court system is so inefficient and corrupt that outside settlement and arbitration is the norm. Property rights are difficult to enforce. Judicial corruption is extensive. Expropriation is common.
  • 10—Private property is rarely protected, and almost all property belongs to the state. The country is in such chaos (for example, because of ongoing war) that protection of property is almost impossible to enforce. The judiciary is so corrupt that property is not protected effectively. Expropriation is common.
  • 0—Private property is outlawed, and all property belongs to the state. People do not have the right to sue others and do not have access to the courts. Corruption is endemic.

I'd say by pandering to the Mangere mob of stirrers she has put property rights at 30 in NZ where 'expropriation is possible'.

30: 
Property ownership is weakly protected - check - the government doesn't believe in your rights as some are seen as more equal than others.
The court system is highly inefficient - check - try keeping your project on track through the courts to enforce your rights.
Corruption is extensive - check - read koha will fix anything from mythical monsters to colonisation.
The judiciary is strongly influenced by other branches of government - check - read ToW con-artists with their ever outstretched hands prevail at all levels of government and society.
Expropriation is possible - check - just ask Fletchers about where their project stands now that the rabble rousers have encamped upon their land.


Going on her previous utterances, to paraphrase

"Property rights? You'll know when you see one"

Friday, July 26, 2019

A concerned citizen writes...

Their are likely to be a fight with the Natives soon at the Bay in consequence of Honi Heki having again cut down the Flag Staff and taken away all the Blocks and ropes belonging to the same the sooner it comes to a fight the better as they have now got so saucy there are no living for them.

The Governor is such a Weather Cock that it is not safe to do anything, as the Mauries may come and destroy all one has in the Country, and still you have no redress he is again sending to Sydney for Troops and says he is determined to give them a thrashing this time I sincerely hope he will do so


Came across this excerpt in an 1845 letter from a concerned citizen

He notes that the government of the day is useless, incapable of decision, swinging this way and that whilst he opines that idle natives are not good for would be colonising settlers.  And only 5 years after Queen Vic made them all British subjects to stop such carrying on.

Fast forward 174 years, as we watch Bastion Point 2.0 unfolding, I see nothing has changed, with many idlers and fellow travellers coming to 'destroy all one has in the Country'.

Possibly the 'saucy' are still in need of a good thrashing.  They got away with Bastion Point 1.0, now a new generation of idlers is trying it on.


Thursday, July 25, 2019

Reading between the goverment lines...

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says it would be inappropriate for the Government to intervene as the local iwi ... is supportive of the development

From my reading between those lines:

Nice to see this openly transparent transformative government would intervene on a property owner of a legally held property should affected parties not enjoy the the patronage of  the local stone age tribe.

Elsewhere I note these same local tribes are to receive a bribe koha in the form of a quarter of said property for nothing for their patronage of the project.


Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Have you noticed the new fashion trend in NZ?

Every second ad on the telly now features a hijab (or similar) wearing adherent of the religion of peace in the background hordes.

Seems NZ's Princess has started a fashion trend amongst the ad creators.

Can you feel the wokeness?


Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Labour Lite being a schoolyard tosser

Simon thinks he's got the Coalition of Losers over a barrel by leaking some numbers pre-Budget. 

Merely minor detail no doubt leaked by some disaffected loser.

Entertaining though watching Winston First having a spaz over the validity or not.


What goes round, comes around.  Simon it won't be you (of that I'm sure) having to deal with a future Nat budget being leaked, but at sometime in the future Labour Lite will hopefully cease being dragged ever leftward by Labour, get elected after acting like a real National Party.

So Simon instead of being a schoolyard dickhead over numbers which everyone will know in a couple of days, how about doing something real like being an Opposition with cojones? 

When's Judith taking over?



Sunday, May 26, 2019

Thursday, May 16, 2019

We're doomed...

I wonder how long before all councils are cornered and engage in this utter rubbish.

The Princess is on yet another overseas jaunt to Paris sprinkling fairy dust over her handlers and enablers for her future job at global HQ whilst spruiking the need to curtail free speech.

Meanwhile democracy in New Zealand is absolutely stuffed.


Thursday, April 18, 2019

Labour: CGT failed, let's tear off this scab


New Zealand aims to be the first country in the world with an action plan to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

So much for signing up to a 'not legally enforceable' declaration.

Lying bastard pollies went to great lengths to downplay it a couple of weeks ago when Mr Sharples fronted this matter.  It was briefly online today, a distraction from the major CGT fail, released just before a long weekend and now it is buried well away from prying eyes.

Not having our flagship CGT?  We'll show you as we tear off this scab! 

Maybe this is Winston's 30 pieces of silver for not backing the CGT.

Let's do this!


Monday, April 15, 2019

A message for the spineless National Party...

At last a modern man who is prepared to stand up what he truly believes in.  

Irrespective of the message, a modern hero, a man of principle.

For the spineless that infest the National Party, remind yourself that your party once stood on  principle.  Principles long forgotten in practice.