Wednesday, December 28, 2011

The guilt of white colonials

all Maori are somehow guilty of, or prone to child abuse

Can't argue with that. Daily we see the stats reinforcing the theory. With vile results. Don't see the colonials acting in similar manner on a regular basis. Maybe they are better at hiding it?

The apologist that poses as the RRC would have us believe otherwise. As usual, it's racism to note murdering and abusing children is extremely prevalent within Maori communities, being perpetrated by Maori.

Pacific Islanders had once attracted unduly great attention from immigration officials and police because of their being ethnically stereotyped as "overstayers"

Nothing wrong with that either. If the Police and Immigration had done their job properly at the time, with heaps more dawn raids, we would not have the problems of today in South Auckland. But no, Liarbour was out buying Votes for KFC on a grand scale.

The sun has been rather strong of late, must have fried his brain cell. Somehow it is all the fault of those uncaring white colonials as Maori yet again top out the stats. Or is it bottom out in all the negative stats?

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Apologies: A family disaster

I must apologise for the slack blogging.

A family disaster has occurred and my mind is off the game.

They came to visit...

Friday, December 23, 2011

Queenstown Council bureaucrats continue shafting ratepayer

independent commissioners working on behalf of the Queenstown Lakes District Council approved resource consent

Two private parties appealed against the decision to the Environment Court

the council later decided it also did not agree with its commissioners' decision and applied to the Environment Court to also present evidence opposing the commissioner's decision

From the bureaucrats playbook at your local council. Council appointed commissioners approve the consent, council doesn't like result, so joins in supporting appeal against consent and tries to charge ratepayer extra for privilege. As if the ratepayer hasn't already paid through the nose via the never ending litigation of the consent processes.

Thankfully the EC beak sticks it to the bureaucrats.

The Queenstown Lakes District Council has been denied permission to give evidence against a planning decision made by its own commissioners

and from the ratepayer

regarded the council's conduct as a complete abuse of process and paid more legal fees than expected

sets the ground for all future applicants for resource consent to be able to properly rely on a decision made by this council in its favour

It pays to be vigilant. The bureaucrats at your local council remain ever willing to shaft the ratepayer via any means.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Christmas message for JAFA ratepayers

Next year is going to be big. We move beyond planning to doing.

We’ll secure the designations for the biggest transformational project for Auckland, the City Rail Link, and explore funding options for completing it.

The holiday message from Lying Len, fresh off the wire.

"I come bearing gifts. Gifts that you will buy for me"

Ploughing ahead with his rail link to nowhere. Spending more ratepayer dime like there is no tomorrow.

Thankfully there is a tomorrow and he will not get a second chance.

Environment Southland rushing to set up star chamber

these issues will not be debated in public

the Resource Management Act gives the responsibility to your elected representatives to make values-based policy decisions

Petty bureaucrats thriving on unvalidated greenwash continue marching toward their utopian dream of stopping all farming in Southland. An unseemly rush to quickly get plans in place so environment wrecking farmers can be stopped. All over some fetid swamp that has a blocked seaward outlet.

Councillors need to be able to ask questions and speak freely without their comments being misconstrued as showing bias or predetermination

After ES has listened to the patently biased elected reps and drafted a final draft, the productive farming public might be invited to forward their tuppence worth to the ES Star Chamber. I say patently biased, because greenwash is what the reps were elected on.
here will be ample opportunities for people to have their say during consultation

One of these days we will awake to find these greenie nutters have regulated farming out of existence via the RMA. Zero food will be produced in New Zealand it being all imported.

Minister tells it like it should be

That child was so deeply failed by those parents that were supposed to protect her

The Westie Tart tells another tart her child abuse was all her responsibility. Meanwhile the defending lawyer continues blaming all and sundry but the real scum.

How it should be, a Minister standing up to the abusers, with a healthy dose of personal responsibility. A Minister putting the abusers on notice. Instead of wringing their hands like previous Liarbour post holders who have long cowered in the corner whilst kowtowing to PC claptrap
claiming the abusers have rights.

Now for some action on those bludging beneficiaries...

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

National traitors step further left

"a party of the left, and probably further left than labour"

My reply:

You've only just realised that? The real problem is National. Now occupying political space so far left that it is entertaining doing shady backroom deals with rampant communists to retain power at any cost.

via HomePaddock, shilling for National

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Amusing Greek Theatre

It is a slow day in a little Greek Village. The rain is beating down and the streets are deserted. Times are tough, everybody is in debt, and everybody lives on credit. On this particular day a rich German tourist is driving through the village, stops at the local hotel and lays a €100 note on the desk, telling the hotel owner he wants to inspect the rooms upstairs in order to pick one to spend the night.

The owner gives him some keys and, as soon as the visitor has walked upstairs, the hotelier grabs the €100 note and runs next door to pay his debt to the butcher. The butcher takes the €100 note and runs down the street to repay his debt to the pig farmer. The pig farmer takes the €100 note and heads off to pay his bill at the supplier of feed and fuel. The guy at the Farmers' Co-op takes the €100 note and runs to pay his drinks bill at the taverna. The publican slips the money along to the local prostitute drinking at the bar, who has also been facing hard times and has had to offer him "services" on credit. The hooker then rushes to the hotel and pays off her room bill to the hotel owner with the €100 note. The hotel proprietor then places the €100 note back on the counter so the rich traveller will not suspect anything. At that moment the traveller comes down the stairs, picks up the €100 note, states that the rooms are not satisfactory, pockets the money, and leaves town.

No one produced anything. No one earned anything. However, the whole village is now out of debt and looking to the future with a lot more optimism. And that, Ladies and Gentlemen, is how the bailout package works.

via Old Holborn

Thursday, December 15, 2011


needs time to "work out what's in my gut"

needed a bit of "headspace" to decide what to do

If somebody offers me $2 million a year to take on some business enterprise in trade, I would probably consider it seriously

Deemed not good enough for the top job, the delusional loser is now content to prostitute to the highest bidder with a price tag on his perceived self-worth matching his over inflated ego.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

One gets her come-uppance, another to go

her defeat was a slap in the face for Maori voters

One lippy contender down. The other one prone to mouthing off awaits the outcome of a judicial recount.

"I'm not planning to go anywhere," said Mr Cunliffe

If he is not performing within two years he'll be gone

The Mercenary awaits the knives not only from his deputy, but from openly stated factions within and from outside by those currently running the game.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Baldrick spotted in the LEC laundry

It could be a cunning plan. What interest would there be in a one-horse race? Get two or more going and the resultant interest and publicity must help the long game. A cunning plan Baldrick.

Yep, since the Mercenary patently lacks public speaking and drive on specialist subjects such as economic matters, the already decided race is being talked up as two nag race to flush out the pretenders followers. Diametrically opposite factions which will have to be immediately lanced like a boil for the long term good of the party.

In these straightened economic times whoever wins will have to front foot daily for the next three years on matters economic up against currently the best in the business in the bearpit, the smiling assassin.

The dirty laundry, if read correctly, hides many secrets. My pick is SilentT as much as it disgusts me.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Separatists purchased for mere baubles

The National-Maori Party agreement includes:

* Work to develop Whanau Ora, including a commissioning agency in the next 12 months

* A Ministerial Committee on Poverty chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Bill English, and deputy chaired by Mrs Turia

* A doubling of the rheumatic fever programme from $12m to $24m

* Progress iwi as housing providers through the Social Housing Unit

* Continuing the constitutional review

* Refocusing Te Puni Kokiri on Maori employment, training, housing and education outcomes

* Work on plain packaging for cigarettes

A sop for three more votes on confidence and supply. Hone will not be pleased.

Apart from the 'continuing constitutional review', whatever that is when it is at home. Another round of endless Maorification coming right up pandering to racist separatists. No mention on binning the race based Maori seats.

Priorities ...

A brutal assault, shooting and subsequent suicide in Tokoroa last weekend highlighted domestic violence

a rare event

Murder outside the local police station, assault, never-ending domestic abuse and all the locals are worried about? The bloody town's image.

The town is horrified by the reputation it has developed

the town is just a place to fill up the car and move on

All that is wrong with New Zealand is revealed.

The culture of entitlement

"Lotto, Keno, Bullseye, Big Wednesday, it's all a big fat lie and you're ripping the public off," one complainant wrote. "No way I can be that unlucky."

Losers complain about the outcomes of games of chance.

Such is the culture of entitlement we have inbred in the underclasses.

Separatists ready to sell their soul?

National is today set to seal a new deal with the Maori Party

Their dance with the devil is about to end today. The question is will they end inside or outside the tent. Inside no doubt, having hocked off their soul to the highest bidder, as Sharples has previously indicated 'get as many baubles as possible whilst on offer'. As his ex-mate Hone suggests 'drive a hard bargain'.
"I would be absolutely stunned if they don't do a deal with us,'' Key said

One wonders what cherished bits of New Zealand are on offer this time around. Last time it was Foreshore and Seabed. As previous actions would suggest, I'd suspect that Smile and Wave will renege on long held party principles and cave into more race based separatism.

How's getting rid of those race based Maori seats going Mr Key?

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Kiwi on the run in Oz

the most serious breach of public administration in the living memory of this state

Another Kiwi conman sticks it to Queenslanders, joining esteemed company.

Easy targets those dingos, must be the sun.

Greenies attempted to rort Waitakere voting?

The Greens campaign manager in Waitakere foresaw the risk of Carmel losing because of an increased Green vote and attempted a formal dialogue on the issue with Labour they never responded. Fantastic that she won in spite of everything but hope wiser counsel prevails in both parties before the next election.

Greenies openly attempted to rort the system and would be willing to do it again? Then had the cheek to suggest NACTional arrangements in Epsom were beyond the pale.

None so pure as tree huggers utilising the baser aspects of MMP, eh?

Final Result In

Nats 59 -1
Greens 14 +1

Liarbour - no change, glad of that.

42.23% wanted change from MMP. Cheers for the lack of fight on getting rid of MMP from the useless do nothing apathetic Nats.

New Zealand is doomed to be politically controlled by the likes of rabid tree huggers, separatists and other racist dogs wagging the tail.

God Defend New Zealand!

What happens after Tuesday?

Labour wins when it represents the future, not the past, leadership not drift, and the many not the few.

Having split supporters and some quite strongly nailing their colours to various masts, one wonders how the other half would work with the eventual victor.

In the real world, the losers would be fired. Immediately. Routed without fear or favour. But in the Liarbour world, ranks will close and all will work for the good of the Party. At least one would hope so.

But I suspect not. The victor will forever have to watch for those with knives ever ready to do harm. And that cannot be good for any organisation.

Summing up 2011

"Is it a man overboard symbol?"
Clark and Dawe ask/answer questions on the Euro and other 2011 disasters.

Friday, December 09, 2011

Dangers of green electrickery

The ever present danger of greenwash in overdrive and powering your National Grid. (click for big pic)

Bit draughty in Old Blighty at present.

Thursday, December 08, 2011

Top Class Management Skills

A meatworks company that has locked out workers who refused to take a hefty wage cut ...

... holding a Christmas party for its top managers at an expensive Palmerston North restaurant

I love their style. Has really made my day that story.

Capitalists sticking the knife in.

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

You saw it here first

Charter schools could be introduced to the city's [ChCh] lower socio-economic suburbs within a year

Auckland Grammar School today announced that John Morris has given notice of his resignation as Headmaster to be effective in late 2012 ... is looking forward to new and different opportunities

One announcement that gets unionised teachers all-a-flutter, closely followed by an unexpected resignation with a long lead time.

Mr Charter Schools?

Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Bullying in the schoolyard

  • outraged at the proposal
  • nothing but a "social experiment"
  • PPTA would not take any action against the proposal at the moment

Oh well that diversion worked.

But you've gotta laugh. Along with striking unionised strirrers at the ports costing business, Smile and Wave has really upset the teachers union in the past 24 hours.

Great stuff. Next week those horrid Nat schoolyard bullies will be round to eat your babies.

Holiday Highway bridge to open before Christmas

Coromandel Peninsula's new gateway road bridge at Kopu is expected to open to traffic next week

the project has been completed six months early under encouragement from the Government

I guess there will not be one complaint from the usual greenie 'all roads are evil' suspects about 'Holiday Highways', as they transit over the long awaited bridge from the big smoke, racing to their hobbit holes in treehugger heaven for the summer hols.

Bastard greenie hypocrites.

Monday, December 05, 2011

"First they came for..."

it’s necessary to control the amount of nitrogen-based fertiliser going on the land and also stocking intensities.

Green Party would do this with a National Environmental Standard for Intensive Agriculture

Reminds me of "First they came for ..." by Niemoller.

The price of electing watermelons is tentative steps in destocking the planet. Next step humans as the NESIA Stasi implement their green plan.

Treehuggers state their conditions for a MOU.

Saturday, December 03, 2011

Rancid whiff of bureaucracy in ag aviation

Many regional councils around the country are interested in adopting this programme into their planning ... means the industry [read regional councils] can self-administer...

Agricultural aviation has to remain a permitted activity under the RMA

- from the latest SuperAir blurb in the mailbox with the Ballance sales pitch

Isn't that what the CAA does? With 'elf-n-safety delegated to the DOL? God help a farmer if they do not adhere to industry guidelines, identifying hazards, rigourously following fert plans or worse still have an accident!

Imagine if a topdressing plane had an accident and applied all that Nitrogen filled fertilser in one spot. An environmental castasprohe! Just imagine the bureaucrats that could be unleashed on the modern farmer. But hey, don't mention that all of NZ was regularly washed with DDT not 50 years ago.

One wonders what expertise a regional council can bring to agricultural aviation best practice and safety other than the rancid stench of bureaucracy.

Friday, December 02, 2011

Just the level that varies...

Nice to know now we've sent New Zealand's most corrupt politician packing on a UN sinecure perceptions of our international standing have improved. Such that we stand isolated at the top of a list.

What is more cause for concern is the true level of corruption, not an airy fairy perception. It may be that NZ has stood still whilst the rest have deteriorated.

Corruption is operationally defined as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain

Sounds like politics business as usual. He was 'only guilty of helping, yer Honour'...

Omphaloskeptics Anon: Triennial AGM

Green party are calling for a post-election inquiry to zero in on the low voter turnout

should look at ways to reverse the declining turnout

An exercise in utter futility designed to waste more of the taxpayer dime. One only has to look at what is on offer to see causality.

Hopefully whilst contemplating their navels, some useless pieces of lint might be removed.

Thursday, December 01, 2011

Can't argue with that

Top Gear frontman Jeremy Clarkson has sparked outrage ... call for Britain's striking public sector workers to be shot

gilt-edged pensions that have to be guaranteed while the rest of us have to work for a living

JC at his best.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Vodafilth Internet Speed: Crap when school's out

Vodafone customers' internet speeds drop by as much as quarter as consumers flock to the internet in the evenings

Higher levels of congestion were evident to varying degrees from about the end of the school day at 3pm through to 10pm, with Vodafone's performance bottoming out at 9pm

Case proven. Hell, I been proving that daily for yonks. And it wouldn't have cost a penny.

As soon as the latch-key kiddies get home from school at 5 past three and start watching pr0n, Vf speeds tank till late evening. It's the same when the weather is crap in JafaLand.

Pity they can't quantitatively also measure Vf customer help desk service, or rather the lack of it.

Unfortunately there is no viable alternative for broadband round these parts.

Messages of support [updated] or not

from here


'I have thought that if Judith Collins was the last woman on Earth the species would probably become extinct" - Cunliffe a couple of weeks ago

'inappropriate for a man who wants to be Minister of Finance and possibly Prime Minister one day' - Judith Collins

Words uttered that later bite.

Fiddling the figures

A freely chosen non-vote is still a vote

Use all eligible voters or ...

The people have spoken: All the political parties on offer are dogshit

... use only the ones that voted to inflate your self worth.

One party openly fiddling the figures
to confuse the punters.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

More expensive greenwash coming right up!

scope for additional complementary policies, reinforcing the ETS, to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions

Didn't take long. The rabid greenies have been awfully quiet during the past couple of months whilst Red Russel was trying to get more tree huggers in our faces at the trough.

time to recalibrate environmental policy

Whatever that piece of bollocks means cannot be good for my wallet. Three days in and the nutters are back.

Drill it, Mine it, Sell it while you have a mandate!

Back to basics

Whilst Emmerson directly shows Liarbour the way ahead, the loony far right fresh from having lost 4 MPs and a leader over the weekend and gained a National fifth columnist continue to debate the basics.

It's a case of the classical liberal theorists wanting to stay pure for their 1400 core voters. 1400 out of three bloody million. Get real.

Meanwhile the Nat implant into terminal ACT has really stuck the cat amongst the pigeons so to speak. On top of that indecency, the said MP is now touting a merger with like minded but possibly secular brethren over at the Conservatives.

As if the theoretical vs practical goings on at Libz HQ is not entertainment enough, the factions within ACT are now getting down and dirty trying to work out should they all pull together to fix ACT, abandon it all together for another right leaning entity, or even God forbid, taint the brand abandoning some principles and suck up to potential god-botherers.

Fun and games indeed as various elements get into soul searching and try to get back to basics.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Good news. And bad.

Occupy Auckland has been issued a trespass notice from Auckland Council

The good. A month or more overdue to remove the freedom campers. Now the bad.

  • provocative action
  • is in direct contradiction with the understood position of Mayor Len Brown
  • council has previously estimated the occupation is likely to cost ratepayers $300,000 - $400,000
  • $15,000 to replace damaged trees
  • $60,000 to inspect the protective membrane between Aotea Square and its underground car park

Once again ratepayers will be forced to pay for activists supported by leftard local government not willing to enforce bylaws.

Send the bloody bill to the 99%.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

ACToids like rats leaving sinking ship

Not content with buggering the only right of centre party in New Zealand, ACToids are abandoning ship looking for new places to ruin with their failed liberal ideology.


Does the 90 day try-out clause apply to our newest employees heading to Wellytown beltway?

If not, why not?

FPP and 2014

At least Winston First will be in our faces for the next 3 years to continually remind us that FPP is the only choice for the 2014 referendum!

You heard it here first.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Do the decent thing Phil

Brash, ever the gentleman, shows how's it done. Falling on your sword.

Your turn Fill-n-Phil. Do the decent thing.

Forecast:: Another 3 years of mediocrity

That cold call by Smile and Wave to Winston is getting closer by the minute. The electorate does not give Nats a mandate.

Libz, as usual, I don't know why they bother.

Didn't Team Light Blue do well for a first time outing. Bring on 2014!

Liarbour? The question now is when the coup will occur. Monday? I see Waitakere looks to be Team Blue yet again and ChCh Central is on a knife edge.

ACT still hanging in by the skin of their teeth. Picked that wrong.

Bring on the entertainment with Winnie nipping at everyone's ankles this term.


So you've voted in Election 2011. In more than a few cases, held your head high, pinched your nostrils and chowed down a dead rat or two.

The question of the day is

"Can you live with your conscience for the next three years?"

I know I can.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Life under the Norwest Arch at 40S

Looking SSW toward Woodville.

Looking NNE toward Norsewood. Been really drafty up there all day looking at that cloud. Notice the second wave about over SH2 toward the east. Obviously bit drafty north of here.

Bit drafty here at present - reckon we'd be hitting 120KmH gusts at times. Been like that all day, but a great typical sunset tonight.

Such is life under The Arch with the active weather.

Unconvinced? Wavering in your convictions?

Trueblue has a couple of links to assure you are not alone in your doubts.

Making the cut. Or not.

Should voters waste 8-9% of votes on ACT and Winston First looking for someone reliable to enact real right leaning policy, but neither make the cut, just think of the mandate the Nats could have had if only they had stuck to their principles.

If only. Time will tell. Meanwhile Ele over at HP makes a final? party political broadcast.

Four ticks...

In about 14 hours New Zealand goes under starter's orders for Election 2011. Here's my last comments before 'Gentlemen, Start your engines'.

The right are looking for the ultimate mandate - Team Blue alone. But will settle for NACTional with the racist separatists, along with other hangers-on like the coiffured one, same arrangements as this current term. The vision is more unsustainable borrowing, pandering to natives, endorsing socialist policy and initiatives, do nothing to rock the boat, retaining control at any cost.

The left are looking for a Red-Green mandate to tax and spend. To make their nirvana, other ragtag hangers-on like the Mana racists and Winston First will be required. Should that nightmare vision unfold, New Zealand will await the next election as the coalition of the damned attempt government. Sometime about Feb 2012.

Polling suggests the electorate are hesitant to give Team Blue an outright win, whilst definitely telling the left that unions, along with their campaign negativity, tax and spend ideologies belong in centuries past. One thing we will know for sure on Sunday is whether the Horizon poll was worth watching.

And for those all important 4 ticks...

Team Blue, naturally favoured, has done it's dough with me for failing to lead when it had the mandate. ACT - last rights to be administered at 1900 tomorrow.

Team Red, never. Go native? Never. Greens - absolutely not. Winnie? Possibly, but you can never trust a show pony who has oft-proven bad form in the arena.

So two ticks up for grabs - Light Blue team is looking good.

The other 2 ticks? Only one choice - as previously noted - Change and FPP.

May the best man win.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Phone call from the desperate

Just had a 'personal' phone call from Adolf's desperate mate looking for my vote. Over my dead body.

You had your chance these past three years and chose to do nothing but go native.

I suppose the prime time spam marketing call must be more of my hard earnt taxes being wasted on that 'brighter future'.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Responsible voting in 2011

The ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER - Tales with a twist


The ant works hard in the withering heat all summer long, building his house and laying up supplies for the winter.

The grasshopper thinks the ant is a fool and laughs and dances and plays the summer away.

Come winter, the ant is warm and well fed.
The grasshopper has no food or shelter, so he dies out in the cold.

MORAL OF THE OLD STORY: Be responsible for yourself!


The ant works hard in the withering heat and the rain all summer long, building his house and laying up supplies for the winter.

The grasshopper thinks the ant is a fool and laughs and dances and plays the summer away.

Come winter, the shivering grasshopper calls a press conference and demands to know why the ant should be allowed to be warm and well fed while he is cold and starving.

TV1, 2 & 3 News, and Campbell Live show up to provide pictures of the shivering grasshopper next to a video of the ant in his comfortable home with a table filled with food. The country is stunned by the sharp contrast.

How can this be, that in a country of such wealth, this poor grasshopper is allowed to suffer so?

Sue Bradford appears on Campbell Live with the grasshopper and everybody cries .

The Green Party stages a demonstration in front of the ant's house where news stations film the group singing, We shall overcome.

Green Party Leader Metiriea Turei condemns the ant and blames John Key, Rob Muldoon, Roger Douglas, Capitalism and Global Warming for the grasshopper's plight. John Minto exclaims in an interview with TV News that the ant has gotten rich off the back of the grasshopper, and both call for an immediate tax hike on the ant to make him pay his fairshare.

Finally to gain votes to win an election, the Government drafts the Economic Equity & Anti-Grasshopper Act retroactive to the beginning of the summer.

The ant is fined for failing to consider how his hard work and preparation has affected the Grasshoppers Mana and, having nothing left to pay his retroactive taxes, his home is confiscated under the RMA and given to the grasshopper.

The story ends as we see the grasshopper and his free-loading friends finishing up the last bits of the ant's food while the government confiscated house he is in, which, as you recall, just happens to be the ant’s old house, crumbles around them because the grasshopper doesn't maintain it.

The ant has disappeared to Oz, never to be seen again.

The grasshopper is found dead in a drugs related incident, and the house, now abandoned, is taken over by a gang of Homeboy spiders who terrorize the once prosperous and peaceful, neighborhood.

MORAL OF THE STORY: Be careful how you vote in 2011

another fresh off the wire from sources unknown

Economics for Dummies: Europe and USA 101

Dummies guide to what went wrong in Europe and USA

Helga is the proprietor of a bar.

She realizes that virtually all of her customers are unemployed alcoholics and, as such, can no longer afford to patronize her bar.

To solve this problem, she comes up with a new marketing plan that allows her customers to drink now, but pay later.

Helga keeps track of the drinks consumed on a ledger (thereby granting the customers' loans).

Word gets around about Helga's "drink now, pay later" marketing strategy and, as a result, increasing numbers of customers flood into Helga's bar.

Soon she has the largest sales volume for any bar in town.

By providing her customers freedom from immediate payment demands, Helga gets no resistance when, at regular intervals, she substantially increases her prices for wine and beer, the most consumed beverages.

Consequently, Helga's gross sales volume increases massively. A young and dynamic vice-president at the local bank recognizes that these customer debts constitute valuable future assets and increases Helga's borrowing limit.

He sees no reason for any undue concern, since he has the debts of the
unemployed alcoholics as collateral!!!

At the bank's corporate headquarters, expert traders figure a way to make huge commissions, and transform these customer loans into DRINKBONDS.

These "securities" then are bundled and traded on international securities markets.

Naive investors don't really understand that the securities being sold to them as "AA" "Secured Bonds" really are debts of unemployed alcoholics.

Nevertheless, the bond prices continuously climb and the securities soon become the hottest-selling items for some of the nation's leading brokerage houses.

One day, even though the bond prices still are climbing, a risk manager at the original local bank decides that the time has come to demand payment on the debts incurred by the drinkers at Helga's bar. He so informs Helga.

Helga then demands payment from her alcoholic patrons, but being unemployed alcoholics they cannot pay back their drinking debts.

Since Helga cannot fulfil her loan obligations she is forced into bankruptcy. The bar closes and Helga's 11 employees lose their jobs.

Overnight, DRINKBOND prices drop by 90%. The collapsed bond asset value destroys the bank's liquidity and prevents it from issuing new loans, thus freezing credit and economic activity in the community.

The suppliers of Helga's bar had granted her generous payment extensions
and had invested their firms' pension funds in the BOND securities.
They find they are now faced with having to write off her bad debt and
with losing over 90% of the presumed value of the bonds.

Her wine supplier also claims bankruptcy, closing the doors on a family business that had endured for three generations, her beer supplier is taken over by a competitor, who immediately closes the local plant and lays off 150 workers. Fortunately though, the bank, the brokerage houses and their respective executives are saved and bailed out by a multi-billion dollar no-strings attached cash infusion from the government.

The funds required for this bailout are obtained by new taxes levied on employed, middle-class, non-drinkers who’ve never been in Helga’s bar.

Now do you understand?

fresh off the wire via sources unknown

Monday, November 21, 2011

Unionised just do not learn

QANTAS passengers could face further delays and cancellations after one of the unions locked in a wage dispute threatened more strikes and legal action if the airline did not improve its pay offer

The 21-day brakes come off midnight tonight. History is about to repeat.

How long before the flying roo is grounded again?

Take the fight to them Mr Joyce and show the unionised who's boss.

Socialism breeds poverty

Spain is going to have to face the facts that Socialism breeds POVERTY. It is going to be extremely difficult for Spain, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Ireland and others to come to terms with their profligacy.

The only Economic System which provides WEALTH for a Nation is Free (relatively) Market CAPITALISM. Hard work, innovation, and PROFIT for PRODUCERS will build an economy that can support itself.

However, Europeans are not demographically reproducing themselves; Europeans have given up on the future; Europeans have no faith in God or superior entity or Ethic Guiding Human endeavor. They are lost and their future is bleak.

The United States still has an opportunity to DESTROY the Socialist-Marxists in our midst politically and in our corrupt liberal colleges, Universities and K-12 Education system. America may be the “outlier” of Western Civilization still. We have hope. We simply have to CHANGE the disaster of Socialism-Marxism in our body politic.

Insert New Zealand where required. Voters would do well to remember the headline as they vote this upcoming Saturday.

Unfortunately the offerings are poor. Those on the left like Liarbour and greenies want to continue taxing us into poverty to fulfil their socialist-marxist nirvana, whilst National does nothing to move away from their poisoned space.

ht CR post

Sunday, November 20, 2011


With ACT being given the last rites, the numbers for a do not look good for a continued victory by the dark blue team, so Smile and Wave is taking aim at those who have decided to vote for Winston First.

After being in the political wilderness for three years past, should Winnie get to play kingmaker, as I think he will, he would not do anything that would cut short his time at the trough.

This eleventh hour warning of dire consequence is a load of vote catching bollocks. Meanwhile Winnie gets heaps more free publicity.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

"would like a rehabilitative sentence"

  • He would like a rehabilitative sentence
  • I think that would help my problems I have got at the moment – common sense really
  • It's no use sending me to jail
  • You've tried that six times and it hasn't worked
  • Try a different approach, I think
A prime example of a candidate for three strikes tells the beak how he would like to be sentenced. Really? Lock the bastard up.

Friday, November 18, 2011

"One of our darkest problems"

Damned right about that. Never a truer word.

from video on TE News at 1830.

Under 200 hours to go

About 198 hours to go till Fill-n-Phil gets his DCM.

About 196 hours to go till ACT is mercifully delivered the last rites.

About 194 hours to go till the coiffured one is kicked off the fence.

About 192 hours to go till the member for Wigram is prised off the taxpayer teat.

And finally about 190 hours to go till Smile and Wave has to cold call Red Russel and Winston.

A fun 200 hours to come. Along with the referendum for First Past the Post!

That's more like it

on 4.9 per cent

With figures like that, the kingmaker arises.

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is rising from the political grave and is within a whisker of returning to Parliament and possibly holding the balance of power

Yet again there is still some life in the old prick.

Meanwhile, ACT is dead, rigor mortis is setting in.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Just saying...

Fortunately or unfortunately for you, was busy yesterday gainfully employed. Gathering more taxes so your vote can be brought by the sellers of political snake oil so prevalent at present.

The more I see of the Conservative Party material that is appearing in my mail box with the local rag and other publications, the more I'm impressed.

For a startup of barely a month or so ago, the god-botherers seem to be organised with the material professionally presented to say the least. The material lays out the options, reasons why and the consequences of not taking their path. Their leader acquits himself well on the box with reasonable argument. And whilst I might not agree with all their ideas, they tick more than a few boxes for me.

On the other hand we have terminal ACT that is highly factionalised with every candidate singing from a different song sheet, supporting, if you could call it that, each other through clenched teeth. And many of the bloggers that support them all want them to go different directions, being unable to agree. The only consistent message I've seen from ACT is the yellow background.
Sorry, but that doesn't do it for me, time to pull the plug and let ACT go.

Libz? Definitely not - some ideas are plausible, but most are for stark raving loonies that inhabit the political fringes trying to get traction. A wasted vote that shows in their consistent fails at the ballot box. Ideals and theory might be good guys, but a healthy dose of practicality is required.

The native vote like the MP or Mana you say? Bugger off! Nothing but a bunch of grasping separatist racist bludgers permanently looking for handouts. And utilising the white man's colonising guilt trip scenario to maximise returns.

The left - tree huggers or Liarbour? Now that is line I could not cross. Not even with my nose held high and pinched tightly shut. I'd sooner not vote.

Winston First? Always an option. They too tick a few boxes, but like racehorses, you cannot trust them to stay the course. Or even run the right way once started.

The Nats? Brand Do Nothing is another burnt bridge. As I've said many a time, a mandate was given with ACT, but Smile and Wave chose to go native and utterly wasted three years. They, like Liarbour need a real shakeup to move away from fence sitting in the centre. It's bad enough having one left party, we certainly do not need two.

The parties would do well to emulate the new kids on the block. I mean to say - look at the other options on offer.
  • Brand Blue ('Build a blighted future')
  • Brand Red ('Owe our future')
  • Brand Yellow ('Too yellow to make a difference')
  • Brand Green ('We will tax the rich out of NZ')
  • Brand Black - two here - take your pick ('Giving immigrants a fair going over') or ('A movement of bludgers')
A veritable wash of colour, all with some half-arsed slogan, no one with a message that grabs my attention. Sure I see them uttering platitudes, kissing babies, promising more of my taxes to pay for their bribes and arguing 'he said that but did this'. All with zero policy detail in my mail box. Maybe a single coloured card in the brand colour, the same half-arsed slogan and a photoshopped picture. Doesn't do it for me. Nor does a website full of lies and obscure broken links that I have to print off to read later. As a voter I want something I can read over a coffee at smoko or of an evening.

Just saying.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

The Fourth Estate...

According to some, well one, populated by...

reef fish, meerkats, sheep and grippers, and accused of being biased and ignorant

Couldn't have described repeaters better.

Do not forget to vote. Purely for entertainment value.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Poll shocks Smile and Wave

the election "is definitely not over"
National has plunged nearly five points to below 50 per cent

Too late, Mr Do Nothing Key. You had your chance, but chose to look good for three years.
seeking the support of New Zealanders to form a strong, stable government at this crucial time

Now New Zealanders are looking for some real government, not more of the same lies. Liarbour remains in the dogbox for failing to change, now their partner in crime Liarbour-Lite is getting some of the same message from the electorate.

An unholy coalition of racist separatists and economy wrecking tree huggers does not do it for me.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Interfering greenies get an early Christmas present

farms ... will be classified as a discretionary activity that requires resource consent conditions be complied with before it is carried out

Unbelievable! These interfering green pricks really want to kill the New Zealand economy stone dead taking away farmer's property rights.

The price we pay for the piper

  • Maori Party wants to make te reo "compulsorily available" in schools
  • Turia wants a post election agreement with a governing party to include a review of the Maori Development ministry, Te Puni Kokiri
  • were now more comfortable with the blue party

And so it goes on as the 'in for a penny, might as well go for the throat' natives stake new claims on the taxpayer.

All because the Nats are willing to ditch all principles they held dear for decades to remain in power. Such is the price we have to pay.

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Telling it like it really is

Face it – ever since about 1992 NZ has been a land of loser bludgers and a land of loser bludgers it remains

Anyone who is worth anything leaves as soon as they fucking well can.

Nobody is willing to come out & say the truth: The AB’s didn’t deserve to win the World Cup – based on skill, tactics, grit, determination, sheer guts, physical violence, France were the better team on the day and NZ won only by a fluke, at home.

That’s because NZ can only ever win anything at home.
Stacked up against anyone anywhere else – NZ loses.

Whether it is Aussie or China or Vietnam or England or Ireland or even fucking Greece & Spain – NZ’s performance is worse

Yep. Let’s look say at NZ’ net international investment position per capita

Ireland = 98%
Spain = -94%
NZ = -90%
Greece = – 83%

Oh shit. You mean NZ’s economy is totally, totally fucked

In Ireland, Spain, & Greece all benefits & all civil servants (incl doctors nurses teachers) wages were cut by half. Anyone going to do that here? no?? WHY THE FUCK NOT?

What the fuck is Smile & Wave doing about this? Nothing. NZ remains the land of losers and Key is a loser – Key is a state house kid in other words, a bludger kid of a bludger mom – and bludgers shouldn’t have the vote, let alone be PM. If Key was a success, he’d be running Merrill Lynch – a company with far more annual income than the whole of NZ. But no, the “smiling loser” was forced out and stumbled back to NZ.

The economic system is far far more serious than ’91, far more serious than ’84, and the 2025 taskforce report looks completely fucking pathetic in the light of the economic collapse.

The budgets are based on Treasury’s mid-course prediction, whereas the results of the last week show even their downside prediction is far far to optimistic

What needs to be done – we all know what needs to be done:
– stop every single benefit
– stop all state funding for education (from preschool to uni)
– stop all state funding for healthcare (from GPs to Hospitals)
– GST to 20%
– Corporate tax to 0%, FBT to 0%
– flat 20% tax, capped for incomes over say $250K – pay zero tax after that.

and if as part of that, Key funds Whanau Ora to keep the Maoris quiet, who gives a shit?

For every dollar a Maori family gets, some bludging WFFing state-school statehousekid family with olds on the super gets five$

I'd suspect that is more like the true state of the economy, rather than the bullshit politicians feed us as election bribes.

from Sinner over at TrueBlueNZ

Just do it, I'm sick of reading about it

Freedom campers continue to make a mockery of bylaws.

Mr Plod is sitting on the fence, playing devil's advocate, hoping the problem will go away.

These brazen criminals will only get bolder. Next it probably will be greenies camping on the live firing range at Waiouru screaming something about the environment or the like.

The matter needs to be sorted in court. Arrest the plonkers now. Just do it, I'm sick of all the poncing around the subject by the hooooman rights tossers.

Breaking any law? Stick the crims in jail and then sort the technicalities in court.

One other thing, if the BORA is found to be the highest document in the land, I look forward to saving on my rates as all those legal types that infest councils are sacked and the bylaws repealed. These freedom camping bastards are making a mockery of the legal system, proving bylaws aren't worth the paper they're written on.

Another three years of do-nothing mediocrity coming right up

Having put up with the past three years being wasted on photo-ops, do you really desire another three years of centre left mediocrity?

I despair. There being zero alternatives on the right, might as well give up and waste my vote on Fill-n-Phil or some bloody tree hugger.

Wigram MP questions fallibilty of Electoral Commission

  • had done nothing wrong
  • Nonsense, rubbish, waste of time, waste of police resources, waste of space
  • I'm authorised to send my constituents any message I damn well like
  • This is my electorate
  • interfering with the regular work of an MP
  • simply ridiculous to tie up senior members of the police force with this kind of garbage

Aaah, the delusional that 'regard personal opinions as unquestionably correct'. 'The individual may disregard the rules of society and require special consideration or privileges'. **

Once again an infallible disciple of Liarbour proves that they really think they are above the law.

Another, no doubt, 'only guilty of helping'.

** from Wikipedia

A god complex is an unshakable belief characterized by consistently inflated feelings of personal ability, privilege, or infallibility.

A person with a god complex may refuse to admit the possibility of error or failure

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Focussed on reality: Lucky 13

the Labour leader is in denial and should "focus on reality"

Yes, it is only 13 working days till Liarbour can rid itself of Caretaker Phil.

PNCC off the hook

a softening of our stand
The Regional Council Horizons has lifted the abatement notice it served on the PNCC for polluting the river. Court action ceases.

It is business as usual as Palmerston North residents continue unabated to pollute the Manawatu Sewer whilst still pillorying upstream farmers and residents via rates for their minor inputs.

Nothing but a shady backroom deal.

Liarbour flouting electoral rules again?

from Keeping Stock
“It looks like the authorization statement is on the bit that folds over when it is on school runs (peak times in the morning and afternoon). In that case there will be no authorization statement visible – and I’m sure that will be in breach of the rules. ”

Electoral rules being flouted yet again by Liarbour?

Meanwhile, in the real world...

Stable, married, two-parent heterosexuals get on with their designated task of being nett tax paying drones. You know the sort. Head down, bum up, get on with their assigned job of raising families. The wives get pregnant, take a week or two off work and then it is back to the mortgage grindstone. A fact of life, been going on for generations. With nary a request for any handouts.

Whilst in the rose tinted world, desperate politicians offer the unemployed bludgers more of my taxes, offering them extended time off to breed in return for their vote.

Monday, November 07, 2011

Ferry fleet is now 'ailing' just prior to Christmas

only one Interislander ferry, the Arahura, was operational this morning

Funny that. In times past, with an outbreak of union induced stoppages, one might have resignedly suggested that a public holiday period was imminent.

Greek Theatre continues

Prime Minister George Papandreou crucially agreed to step down

The smell of all that money proved too great.

I suppose markets will now breathe a sigh of relief till the next PIGS goes to the wall.

Pacts made with Beelzebub

An unshakeable and abiding love of fossil fuels

The only party that hasn't recently suggested the devil incarnate currently has the reins, is the newly formed but yet to be tested at the ballot box, party of conservative god botherers.

we need to get this government out of office

enough parties looking after "middle New Zealand all the way up to the filthy rich"

You'll find John Key making deals behind closed doors in Phil Goff's office

The rest, particularly those on the left have nailed colours to their respective masts, suggesting Smile and Wave is a problem. Even Winnie confirmed over the weekend he would not entertain pacts with either form of the devil. And the tree huggers suggested the same with a nutter celeb making a fool of herself.

Yes my lurkers, Election 2011 is fully underway, beginning week two today. Most have fired their opening best, offering you the world on your dime. And Liarbour has shown in devilish detail that a heap more of dime is required. Their powder is now wet, nothing more on offer in this sideshow.

In two Saturdays, you get to mark their bribes. Lock up your babies, steer clear of the malls, no swinging voter is safe.
"Voters now have a clear choice"

I await the return of Lazarus.

Otherwise the term will be boring as Smile and Wave eats babies, sells the silver, bans unions, turns Southland into an open-cast mine and floods the high seas with crude.

Vote Winnie. Purely for the entertainment value.

From a comment I made over at Keeping Stock. As is so normal post-election I wonder who will fold on their principled stands when Lucifer comes cold calling on the 27th?

Saturday, November 05, 2011

Wasting your vote on greenery

  • have made no secret of their wish to be taken more seriously
  • Sue Bradford's executive assistant during the "anti-smacking" legislation debate
  • successor to Sue Kedgely on food safety, genetic modification and animal welfare issues
  • trade unionist
  • a political careerist with little "real world" experience
  • concerns about dairy intensification in Canterbury
  • on a mission to change the system from within ... regarded with suspicion
  • party staffer

Incredible. People actually vote for these wasters?

Still, some might see them as an improvement over voting for a 'gaggle of gays' with Greek calculators.

Friday, November 04, 2011

Warmists adjusting data at source?

NASA has confirmed ... that one of its earth observation satellites “experienced two suspicious events,”

the responsible party [for the hack] achieved all steps required to command the satellite

Guess it will be those pesky warmist mates of Nick Smith looking to apply positive corrections to the raw data at source.

How's that for a Friday arvo conspiracy theory?

More reasons not to vote for greenies

have pledged to more than double DOC's budget

allocating 1 per cent of the budget to the Department of Conservation

Forest and Bird would also want to examine the detail of any legislation

As if F&B, greenie and DOC loons already don't do enough damage with their anti-everything negativity in consent processes.

I feel a festering plague of biblical proportion will descend on productive New Zealanders, particularly those in primary industries, should Greenwash Unlimited ferals get anywhere near the reins.

Explaining the MMP Referendum

You will be asked whether you want to keep MMP or change to another electoral system

Easy - Tick the box for change.

The second question asks which of four alternative systems you would prefer

Again easy. Tick the FPP box.

What could be more simpler? Two ticks are all that is required.

Thursday, November 03, 2011

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Lists of Losers made public

The list of party losers hopefuls in the upcoming NZ Bribery Stakes is here.

Hopeful is definitely being nice, as most haven't got a sh*t show.

The details follow.

  • ACT 55x goneburger losers
  • ALLIANCE 14X losers with zero hope
  • ALCP 28x loser dopeheads
  • CONSERVATIVE 30x unknown loser god botherers
  • DEMOCRATS 24x losers away with the faeries
  • GREENS 61x losers period.
  • LABOUR 65x loser hopefuls ever ready to tax NZ into 'wealth'
  • LIBZ 27x repeatedly proven losers
  • MANA 20x racist white mofo loving losers
  • MAORI 17x separatist losers looking out for 'our people'
  • NATIONAL 65x do nothing losers, but likely winners on the day
  • NZ FIRST 33x xenophobic losers about to fade into history
  • UF 17x - Head loser might get in, rest are losers

What a list of piss poor offerings for my vote.

Someone with gumption slightly to the left of Genghis Khan would be favoured.

Hughes: "It feels like I have a baby's bum on my face"

Mr Hughes said he felt "naked"

No, not the one you thought it was, but a relative.

Taxing times for Liarbour

Caretaker Phil proposes another tax. For property owners, that is rich pricks.

Hey Liarbour, the desperation shows.

Greens promoting breaking down families

Read the sickening detail here.

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Cutting out the ginga middleman

We recognise the government has a range of options available to you, however we need to make it clear that we will not, and cannot put planes back in the air until these issues are resolved and we have certainty.

yesterday denied the government was given the option to avoid the mass grounding

The government was presented with the grounding of the planes as a fait accompli

The would-be middle(wo)man gets her knickers in a twist as corporate Oz makes a positive step to routing unionised infestations in their workplaces.

Her indoors is running for cover as she rightly wears all the flak for not handling things earlier in the long festering dispute. As with any pollie, looks to lay the blame elsewhere.

Corporate Oz has made the right move, cut out the politicians, especially ones looking after their union mates.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Hope and change for 2012

President Obama has done such a horrible job with the economy and foreign policy that now Kenyans are accusing him of being born in the United States :-)

flogged w/o apology from here

Sunday, October 30, 2011

The bribes and spending continue

National would put the estimated $5 billion to $7 billion proceeds from partial asset sales into a special fund, the Future Investment Fund

Absolutely nothing about paying debt down. The nearly $400 M a week debt millstone that is killing this country. Sell half the assets and spend it on more social engineering. What a bloody waste.

The only thing consistent with these corrupt thieving bastards that masquerade as our political class, be it from one side of wannabes offering more bribes for votes with our money, or the promise from the incumbent of some future socialised return after selling half the silver, is that you will be taxed within an inch of your life.

Dancing with the Desperates

If Labour is elected government they will pay $1.2 billion or half of the cost of the proposed inner Auckland rail loop

We wont be going ahead with the holiday highway

Now, that is one bloody impressive bribe from Caretaker Phil as the desperation really shows. What's the total now? $20Bn being offered from your taxpaying wallet?

The really desperate offer yet more bribes.

Getting a strop on

death by a thousand cuts that is bleeding Qantas by $15m a week ... union leaders have said they want to slow bake us over a long period of time and we can't afford that.

We need to bring this to a close and we need to have an agreement before we put the airline back in the air

I wonder how long before our lot on this side of the ditch go out in support of their brothers. And Smile and Wave has to front with some real leadership?

The malaise won't be far away as the unionised Oz ferals get all sorts of stroppy because they've been rightly ignored during these straitened times.

Must get more popcorn in for the upcoming entertainment. Just what is needed to liven up an election campaign.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

"Only guilty of helping"

Five beaks on the Supreme Court bench have unaminously dismissed the fraudulent corrupt ex-Liarbour MP's appeal. And still he protests his innocence.

"While we are satisfied that the acceptance of gifts which are de minimis should not be considered corrupt ... the acceptance of other benefits in connection with official actions is rightly regarded as corrupt irrespective of whether there was an antecedent promise or bargain,'' they said.

"In the present circumstances, given the substantial nature of the benefits, no such defence was tenable.''

"Only guilty of helping". Helping himself, it would appear.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Better than 20% chance

we are caught in a downward spiral that ultimately results in the Government being so bust it can't pay its bills

In the absence of a marked improvement in the external position, New Zealand may be more likely to be singled out in the funding markets in the future. All things being equal, any further deterioration in the ratings outlook could serve to raise debt servicing costs for the Crown as well as borrowing rates for households and businesses

there is at least a one in five chance of an outcome worse than that captured in the downside scenario. Indeed there are a number of risks for the economy over and above those captured in the scenario

As suspected, the PREFU is not good reading. A better than 20% odds of the worst case and more scenario occurring as the EU continues it's slide into economic hell.

National, you've had three years to take action and squandered your chance. It does not matter one iota whether assets remain in NZ ownership or otherwise, all that is required is for the government to man up and take the necessary drastic action to the culture of entitlement.

Liarbour or the greenies and other lefties with their continued vote-for-me bribes are not options.

"nothing short of awful"

a cloud over any big-spending promises planned for the campaign

The moths and cobwebs are to be exposed to strong sunlight as the PREFU is tabled later today. No doubt will be a deteriorating revelation of epic proportion.

Labour's savings plan ... "fairly big bikkies" ... to include an element of compulsion ... with a greater tax take from a new top rate of income tax and a capital gains tax.
As usual some would be thieves want to offer large bribes for votes.

Others call the real state of play.

New Zealand consumers had been distracted from a deteriorating world economy

If we hadn't had the Rugby World Cup, ... it's helped deflect attention away from some pretty significant developments

the global scene has been nothing short of awful

The RWC party is over. Global economies have tanked since you started your ultra-expensive partying on the taxpayer's dime. Now you have to pay.

Hi, Ho! Hi, Ho! It back to work we go for the lemmings.