Saturday, May 01, 2010

Ferals sighted strolling up Queen street

Every rabid greenie feral in New Zealand seems to have taken to going for a stroll up Queen Street this morning to hear useless opposition MPs mouthing off about mining the conservation estate. Seems all the usual suspects were present. Like Greenpeace, Forest and Bird, Federated Mountain Clubs, Green Party. All willing to spin the spin as if anything that isn't currently tarsealed will be strip-mined from Kaitaia to Bluff and further.

  • concerned about harm to the economy
  • are not negotiable
  • failed to consult Maori
  • eroding public trust
  • an "essential element"
  • keep your greedy hands off
  • backwards thinking

What a load of bollocks. You'd think the sky was falling reading the breathless reports.

What a way to waste your Saturday. The mining will carry on. John Boy Key marches to his own tune, ignoring all and sundry. No doubt, whilst you were caught off guard using up all that carbon to get to Queen Street, he has shovelled something else through under extreme urgency!


Shylock said...

That would be the sound of a true grass-roots movement, not some sort of Cheney-inspired astro-turf production. i can understand your confusion, as you wold never have been part of something like this.

Oswald Bastable said...

Seeing as the powers-that-be ignore referendum with 90+% support- I don't like their chances.