Wednesday, June 29, 2011

MSM: Breathless reporting of incident

Police have arrested and charged a high-profile sportsman after he allegedly punched a woman in the face at a Queenstown nightclub

Has he got name suppression? Been reported for hours, but no name. Yet. Another being protected by his 'profession'.

Well get on with it and name him! Stop pissing around with things like "a high profile sportsman" and "a high profile sports identity".

The incident happened at the packed Ballarat Trading Company restaurant in front of patrons last night

Stop protecting the thugs that masquerade as "elite" sports people. One of those patrons must have the goss. Get in before the beak clamps down.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Won't take much

With results like that, it won't take much effort to rid our democracy of the electoral disease that is More Morons in Parliament.

You will never have this chance ever again.

CHCH: Correct me if wrong... [updated]

Something that's been niggling me about ChCh and the need for wads of taxpayer funding.

At the '89 local government amalgamation, one of the rules made was that previously profligate councils had to actually stick some of the rates aside to cover depreciating assets both above and below ground. On top of that councils were required to carry full insurance on such assets. (that's why councils and other entities Telecom went around mapping every asset such as power poles, joint boxes, manholes etc in the early GPS days and still do it)

Just so when said assets expired after 40-50 years of fair wear and tear usage, there would be a pot of gold to replace said assets without breaking ratepayers with ginormous capital expenditures.

We are now 20 years plus into that program and I assume councils will have a healthy reserve to replace worn out / broken with new assets. Such that the total pool collected including insurance payouts might repair broken assets in ChCh post earthquake. And not require much taxpayer input at all.

If re-insurers will not provide more cover post-quake, then the way I see it, ratepayers will have to stump up at a higher rate to cover asset replacement over the next 40-50 years.

The question that is niggling at me is "Where and how much of that depreciation reserve is being used over and above insurance payouts to cover the rebuild?" or to put it differently, "Is the Bob and Gerry Show stiffing the NZ taxpayer with new taxes rather than using council reserves?".

I invite my readers to explain further / correct me if I'm wrong. (Graphs accompanying any figures would be a real treat)

The first para at Not PC seems to answer the insurance bit - there was never any insurance. So the reserves now have pay for it all.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Family Planning on the NHS

fresh off the wire

The only suitable response is to say "bollocks"

must quit, say his female critics. Having a differing viewpoint is unpalatable, unacceptable and should render him unemployable

exposes the frightening fascism that swirls around public debate these days, the chill of the PC effect upon freedom of speech and robust argument because someone, somewhere, has taken offence

The councillor from Wanganui tells it like it is. And vows to continue.

is alleged to have made lewd comments

As the jilted unionist continues screeching for blood from her foxhole. Some might say it could be that time of the month.

Yes, the required response is "bollocks".

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Scary [updated]

The racist separatist mofo is ahead by almost 450 votes at 80% counted. In for the money.

At 99.3%, 790 ahead. Obviously Liarbour being 'well organised' with free KFC for a vote hasn't worked out West.

God help NZ, the populace still has its hand out for more of my taxes wallowing in victimhood.

The rot continues...

The fetid stench of moral decay continues apace.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Another mere NZ male succumbs to rabid media chasing copy

Amazing how many males take one tack and subsequently have to apologise. Even his job is now on the line.
served as a valuable lesson - one I shall never forget

Indeed, a lesson society would do well to never forget as yet another male bows to the screaming media hordes baying for blood in the name of copy. Is pressured to retract and utter some weasel words he doesn't really mean. Half the 15,000 resondents to the Herald poll think, like me, you've done nothing wrong. On Stuff, a third of 12,000 respondents think likewise.

When our male leaders are not willing to stand by their comments, is it no wonder so many NZ males off themselves at the slightest bit of pressure?

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

A "pure disgrace"

One of three Lower Hutt women Housing New Zealand has spent $850,000 trying to evict

Almost a million on bloody legal aid to stop an eviction? Till New Zealanders wake up and stop allowing these enablers of violence in our streets, the rorting of taxpayers will continue unabated.

IMHO, the people who harbour and enable the thugs from gangs deserve everything coming their way. As do the legal aid types who offer to lawyer up those with ill-perceived 'human' rights. Nothing but a pure disgrace.

ps All this case does is confirms that our laws for landlords remain utterly ineffective.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Marginal call on neighbourly eugenics

If you've got a million dollar home with $100,000 to $200,000 worth of damage it will be repaired. If you've got a $200,000 home with $150,000 worth of damage, probably it will be a marginal call

Ooooh! I can hear the leftard screams as Herr Gerry looks after his rich prick mates and practices a little neighbourly cleansing in the swankier 'burbs. The lesser mortals will have their homes levelled to provide more leafy lanes and open spaces for real ratepayers. Meanwhile, Gerry
says estimates of around 12,000 Christchurch homes having to be destroyed after the latest earthquake are "probably" in the right ballpark

Some saw that coming nine months ago. Those of lesser genetic and social worth will soon be 'invited' to move away to greener pastures when the Gauleiter gets around to issuing his diktat.
Brownlee said decisions could not be rushed

Probably about Nov 27th, homeowners will find where the neighbourly margins fall.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Restoring that youthful look

Scientists have got to the root of grey hair – paving the way for locks that retain the lustre of their youth well into old age

Apparently that Silver Fox look I have is all down to a lack of wnt. Never that there has been any lack of want round here.

Now, for the fully restored days of my youth long gone, if those boffins could only find the gene that removes the beer belly sh*t locker from my waist...

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Getting to the crux of why Aisling Symes died so unecessarily

Nothing was done about the defective manhole Aisling Symes fell down, even though both Housing New Zealand and the Waitakere City Council knew about the problem

three weeks before the tragedy she rang the Waitakere City Council about the manhole cover popping off in heavy rain

in September 2009 she had called the council multiple times about the problem to try and get someone with "clout" who could help fix the problem

Getting close now to the real truth of why Aisling Symes died, but I wonder if those responsible at ex-Mayor Bob's shop by their lack of action will ever be held to account for manslaughter at the very least.

ChCh: Finally coming to their senses at last

Earthquake-damaged Christ Church Cathedral could be demolished and rebuilt further west

At last, some are slowly coming to their senses. Pity bloated Gerry "we'll give you dictatorial bureaucrats than you've ever seen" and Bob "I've more orange hi-vis vests than you could ever guess for endless photo-ops to make me look good" are still shouting Smile and Wave's spin. That is that the cavalry will arrive soon and all will be fixed with a RWC and a vote for me for more of the same.

Yeah, bloody right.

As for those whining out east about the losses, it is time cut your losses, seize the initiative and depart the area for greener pastures elsewhere. The taxpayer is already seriously stretched without having to cough for your lack of insurance. A decision you happily enjoyed prior to these quakes.

Good on those at the cathedral for seeing the light. T
hink back to your forebears, it is well overdue time to abandon the clipboard polishers, just get out there and do it. There is no cavalry, you are on your own and it will cost you dearly. The sooner you realise that, the sooner you will move on.

Now just come your senses, flash up the D9 bulldozers, level the place and abandon my birthplace, the Village of the Damned.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Thought of the Day: For Liarbour

Things are not as bad as they seem.

They are worse.

~Bill Press

On self inflicted matters of rank incompetence with technology, exposing rorts.

Phonetic reporting by a repeater

case was later heard by two naval police coxins

A Herald Sun staff writer that needs to learn how to spell the Queen's English.

Maybe a coxswain might help?

Friday, June 10, 2011

Cactus Kate joining team of duds?

" How did you know wench?"

... our deep throat was bigger than her deep throat.

Roarprawn has the scoop.

But some say it is the B Team, a team of duds lost in the margin of error.

You have to be joking

Teachers will be required to learn the Maori language and culture under new rules to be introduced next month

The edukation police are forcing teachers to join the culturally indoctrinated such as nurses as more insidious claptrap is fed to our children. Mr Key, your "give them an inch, they'll take a mile" pandering to the native vote gets worse by the day.
"I went to one school where they asked me in for advice ... I said, `Well, who's the local iwi here?' ... They didn't even know."

So bloody what? Does it make one iota of difference to learning the 3R's knowing who the local iwi are? I don't see implementation any time soon of similar programs to enlighten the children where the local chapters of the Brethren or the Mongrel Mob reside.

Well, I am Government and I'll certainly implement as many of those things myself as I can

Pita Sharples getting above his station as he thinks he is the dog wagging the tail.

You have to be bloody joking to allow this National. When is pandering to this cultural madness going to end?

A vote for Winston firms up daily. As ACT disappears into the margin of error.

Thursday, June 09, 2011

Scripted by Mills and Boon - You will be disappointed

A more likely story is that Hughes and the Student spent the evening drinking. Hughes discovered that the Student was straight but, since the earlier incident with the ACT staffer, he has come to realise that you can be just friends with a straight bloke and not have to start waving your cock around. Anyway, they discover that they have a mutual interest in art and Hughes invites the student back around to King’s house so that Hughes can sketch the student naked. Like Kate Winslet in Titanic, but without Celine Dion singing.

The sketching goes well. Hughes turns out to be as accomplished at drawing as he was as Minister of Statistics. But things start going wrong when Annette King arrives home. She has been out for the evening dining with Parekura Horomia and found herself quite turned on. However she remembers that Horomia is married and that sex with a colleague is unethical, even if it is just a quickie around the back of the KFC. Unfortunately her flat mate is a bloke and gay and so she is resigned to going to bed horny and frustrated.

Until she finds a naked Student in her lounge. She rips off her clothes, including her leopard skin thong, and throws herself at the Student. He takes one look at her saggy old woman tits and screams. Hughes is confronted with a frenzied old woman and tries to prise her off the Student. But the only weapon he can find is a Swiss ball and it has no effect no matter how hard he beats her. As he runs to the kitchen to fill up a saucepan full of cold water, the Student manages to wriggle free and bolts for the door. As he leaves he resigns his membership of Labour Youth, realising that a life in the parliamentary Labour Party isn’t as glamorous as he was led to believe as a Youth MP.

The Police pick up the Student. He lays a complaint against King. Police investigate her, and also Hughes for assault with a sex toy. Unfortunately the media get the wrong end of the stick and think that it was Hughes who took advantage of the 18 year old. Phil Goff wants to make the real story public, but cannot comment about an ongoing investigation. Some months later, the Police finally decide that the assault with the Swiss ball was technically illegal but there is no point taking the case to trial since no jury would convict.

The Student is embarrassed about being humped by a wrinkled pensioner and decides not to press charges. Toad pops up on Kiwiblog to tell us there is nothing illegal about a 72 year old woman having monkey sex with an 18 year old boy, and in fact that happens all the time in the Green Party. Hughes and Jacinda Ardern holiday at Paul Henry’s house. Hughes thinks that Henry is a bad boy and he’d like to be more like him. Ardern secretly thinks she can turn Hughes straight. All are disappointed.

As we all know, where there's smoke and more is being told by what is not being said...

The whole sordid saga - right here. Priceless.

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Lifting the tone

Another sordid sexually charged episode in the serial soap that is our Parliament comes to a close as ex MP Hughes is not charged.

Like many other episodes, the whole saga yet again confirms my views that politicians and other public servants deserve every bit of adverse publicity they attract. Yesterday one pinged for fronting up poorly dressed, today another public servant is sentenced for fingers in the till. They do themselves no favours.

One day I hope our Members of Parliament and public servants might actually do the job for which they are paid exorbitantly with some respect of the position it entails.

Unfortunately, I certainly do not expect that to happen sometime with the current cabal of self interested rorting liars, thieves and assorted idiots that purport to represent us on both sides of the House.

It is well time the tone of the taxpayer funded place was lifted.

"Sweeter and stronger"

Forget the exploding hue and cry over 1080. Or over infant formula with native pix sold without appropriate palm greasing.

This just in.
"It's good," said worker Jiang Yao. "It's better for you because it's genetically modified."

I look forward to seeing the greenies suck on this.

Remind me where Fongterror will be exporting to when this catches on.

Goodbye New Zealand's primary industry.

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Pat yourself on the back, Kiwis, you've earnt it

For the first time in more than 50 years there have been no fatal accidents on the roads this Queen's Birthday holiday weekend

Well done.

would not be drawn on how the family were dealing with the teenager and the charges

I do wonder if we will see any more of the Maori King's boy racer son and his accident progressing through the courts?
The word was out within 30 seconds - all the people who are connected to the Maori King were there

Amazing how all the king's men and courtiers arrive at the site of a road accident before emergency services.

Monday, June 06, 2011

"It's not right for taxpayer money to be paying for somebody's drug addiction"

adults applying for welfare assistance to undergo drug screenings

It's not right for taxpayer money to be paying for somebody's drug addiction, ... On top of that, this is going to increase personal responsibility, personal accountability. We shouldn't be subsidizing people's addiction.

I live in hope of seeing that measure here in NZ at your local WINZ taxpayer cash dispensary for bludgers.

Imagine. Want to tap the taxpayer? Well, pee in this bottle. Weekly.

Usual suspects are screaming blue murder.
What (Scott) is doing is giving ugly legitimacy to an unfortunate stereotype that has been in this country for a couple of decades -- that all welfare recipients are a bunch of drug abusers

Can't argue with that. Governor Rick Scott of Florida shows he's got the right stuff.

Time for a Republic

After seeing the list of backscratchers and assorted overpaid time serving arse-lickers anon masquerading as being worthy of mentions in despatches, I suddenly feel the urge for a Republic of Godzone.

In times past, recipients actually earned a gong, not get given one like going for the dole.

Sunday, June 05, 2011

"Cook it or don't eat it"

"Cook it or don't eat it, ... That's my personal recommendation."

A healthy view to take on greenery.
Across the country, schools, kindergartens and nursing homes took all raw vegetables off menus until further notice

Rightly so. Who really wants to ingest salads when there is red meat dripping with blood to be devoured?

Note: As a small time producer of fine grass fed beef, I may have a jaundiced view on salads.

Saturday, June 04, 2011

Vile political points scoring

Carol Beaumont, a local MP, said this weekend the workers were connecting the water pipelines up. She said it was a major project.

Watercare had a "comprehensive plan for the project this weekend ... they would of had a risk assessment in place".

The depths which Liarbour MPs will plumb for political points scoring continues to astound. Absolutely vile and reprehensible. Not a word of sorrow or condolence.

Friday, June 03, 2011

Obviously didn't talk to Murray...

The artists tried several times to catapult pillows painted as school buses at a man wearing a mask in Mr Bush's likeness.

It had proved difficult to successfully launch something from a catapult in a way that could cause a fatal injury

The losers continue.
It did about as well as I think it would have if it was really attempted ... so we feel like we've done a fairly accurate job of recreating the situation -- kind of like a myth-busters exercise.

Oh, "a fairly accurate job"? Really?

I'll show you accurate! Try standing 250m to 300m downrange of Katie or Sir Isaac when they are firing 1kg plus concrete balls. The
proven right here in NZ repetitive accuracy and effectiveness is quite unbelievable for the not so modern artillery technology. (Katie uses about 200kg of lead in that bucket)

Accuracy and deadly force such that if you were not killed outright at the first volley you would soon require a change of underwear.

I'm sure Murray could give these tossers some lessons. For free.

Timing is everything in politics...

The number of people killed or injured in workplace incidents will be exacerbated by government policies

Commenting on the recently released report in the wake of an Electrix worker being killed on the job less than 24 hours ago, yet again Liarbour proves they are absolute scum.

An election distraction...

Here's the storyline...
We know there is lots of resource there and we know they potentially have the capability [to convert lignite to urea or diesel] and so we will see how that progresses

Let the Robert Guyton's of the world sink their teeth into that one. "Won't someone think of all that hot air being emitted?" Bound to need the feral greenie hounds unleashed. Then wait for the election bait and switch coming right up...

I wonder what Smile and Wave will slip into the election mix under cover of the distracted?

Thursday, June 02, 2011

Beak: "Unborn children do not have a right to life" - upheld [updated]

Murderous bastards.


Of course, one could rule that foetal rights only start at some other point in time, but this would be arbitrary and very difficult to measure. There is a reason why the legal fraternity measure human rights from birth – being born is very easy to measure and establish. Conception, implantation, the first foetal heartbeat and even the 20th week of pregnancy are all far more difficult to pin down and prove.

MacDoctor says at birth a baby acquires human rights, a foetus cannot enjoy such rights because it is difficult to determine the exact start point.

Then says it is illegal to perform abortions post second trimester. So the foetus must have some legal rights.

Wonder how that works then? How does one legally define when that second trimester ends?

Regardless of whether a foetus can be considered human at any particular point, it is indisputable that it will be counted a human being if it survives. For this reason, I will not refer a woman for a termination of pregnancy for anything less than strict life-threatening medical reasons.

At least MacDoctor favours the pro-life stance. [bold mine]