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.