Monday, May 25, 2009

Dissing Mr Plod and the bridge

Hundreds of protestors in ignoring the Police on the harbour Bridge have taught their children a valuable life skill.

How to disrespect the Police.

I am sure that single action yesterday will stand them in good stead in their future endeavours. The parents involved deserve everything that will come their way as they try reign in upcoming teens with their now non-existent parental authority.

Over the past few days I have also witnessed just how dishonest Kiwis in general have become as the debate over the $10M thieves has ensued. Still that's what nine years of handout mentality gives people.

I suppose today we will witness another dissing of authority as the march for undemocratic representation takes place, stopping the Queen City. The unemployed haters and wreckers will be obvious while most working stiffs are head down working their way out of a recession.

Aptly named I thought. A march known as IHI. Like the Nippon clippons on the harbour bridge that were years ago built by IHI (Ishikawa Heavy Industries?), the unemployed ferals that will march today will be looking to clip on to democratic representation using racism as their primary tool.


Adolf Fiinkensein said...

You really mean 'march for apartheid representation' don't you?

PM of NZ said...

Now, now, Adolf, we do not have apartheid in the land of the long white cloud!