Monday, December 31, 2012

Paying the piper: Leaping off the cliff

Time to pay the piper for all of Kenyan Barry's election bribes.

The path to ruin is detailed below

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Vigilantes resort to stone age practice

somebody torched the bach in which the clandestine lab was found - and five other baches were also burned down the same week

Once again, vigilantes apply their own brand of justice using stone age practices, ignoring the property rights of others and the laws of the land.

Friday, December 28, 2012

Not this Kiwi

Most Kiwis support paying compensation to David Bain

Not this Kiwi.  I reckon his current status is the result of legal contortionists dancing on pins.  This case requires a proper retrial to establish the facts.
20 per cent said Mr Bain should not get a payment under any circumstances
I firmly fall into that category.
many New Zealanders will be upset at any taxpayer payment for the man once convicted of murdering his family
Damned right!

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

No wonder our society is in decline

"Hope you enjoy your Xmas spoils"

"Xmas"???  I kid you not. 

The newest grinning queer to front the weather screen on TV One cannot even think for himself (or herself?) when reading the teleprompter to replace the on screen abbreviation with the real word.  CHRISTmas!!

No wonder our society is in serious decline.

Monday, December 24, 2012

Interpreting Scripture with a slightly different bent...

Leviticus 20:13 says:

"If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them."

Or more simply put:
"If a man lays with another man, he should be stoned."

Now, apparently Washington State has at a recent election legalised both marijuana and marriage of queers.

Damn those Yanks, we've just been interpreting those Scriptures all wrong...

fresh off the wire

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Farmers fence council thieves in

he dropped his lease on a strip amounting to about 5ha rather than pay for fencing, and he knows of other farmers who will do the same

That's the way to take the fight to the greenies that infest our councils.  You can stick your lease!

Cockies apparently have to meet an accord as a condition of supply, but dry stock farmers do not.

It would be disappointing if farmers refused to fence but if we don't get compliance we will withdraw those leases - it's as simple as that

The council as always thinks it has a legal out.  I can see that working when a farmer standing up for his current lease rights drags the council into court.

I would hope then, once the council has regained the lease at great expense to the ratepayers via the courts, ready for re-leasing to another farmer, that they will be providing a fully fenced block. 

Much like the rental WoF that the hypocritical greenies have been clamouring for against the filthy capitalist landlords like myself, eh?  

Who would have thought - council offering 'unfit for purpose' blocks of land for lease!   Isn't there a law against that?

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Timely correspondence

stolen from theo

Council troughers to log hours for pay...

Regional council politicians may have to keep a logbook of their hours in order to justify new pay rates likely to be introduced next year ahead of local body elections.

The Remuneration Authority, which sets the level of pay for each council, is proposing a new model.

Currently, each council is allocated a pool of money and it is up to councils to decide how it is divided between their councillors.

I can see it all now.  Cooking time sheets on a grand scale, justifying their existence.

Councillor Hohepa 'Trougher' Bloggs timesheet for the week ending 21 Dec 2012
Assisting ratepayers - 1 hour
Fiddling the logbook - 39 hours
Total - 40 hours

Another stupid idea from those in charge of the asylum.


Sunday, December 16, 2012

"God Bless America - Again"

A two and a half minute video with the right message.  Cut the petty political point scoring and get on with teaching our kids some morals.

Bloody logins!

Can't remember my login to the KB sewer, but anyway DPF has a question up for you.  

Am heartily sick of sites like the Herald that need you login to comment.

Was going do a post myself on very same subject.  

And my answer?

A traitor that knew the rules and rightly should swing.


It will recognise the spirit and principles of the Treaty of Waitangi at all levels

One wonders how such pandering to emotive crap might attempt to fix domestic violence.  Everything can be fixed with some 'kum-ba-yah' in the socialists rosy world view.

Certainly such undefined sentimentalism played no part in the domestic violence I've witnessed first-hand on a regular basis in various neighbourhoods.  Yet somehow the 'principled' junk infests our legislation at every turn, doing nothing but providing a mechanism to extract taxpayer dollars, causing more domestic grief and misery.

But as long as it is not the taxpayer's, he is free to piss his money into the wind.  Whilst his ideals might be OK, just don't expect me to support his efforts when based on emotive claptrap.

For those of you wondering what to say...

Here are five things not to say to grieving family and friends:
1. "God just needed another angel."

Portraying God as someone who arbitrarily kills kids to fill celestial openings is neither faithful to God, nor helpful to grieving parents.

2. "Thank goodness you have other children," or, "You're young. You can have more kids."

Children are not interchangeable or replaceable. The loss of a child will always be a loss, no matter how many other children a parent has or will have.

3. He/she was just on loan to you from God.

The message is that God is so capricious that God will break parents' hearts at will just because God can. It also communicates to parents and loved ones that they are not really entitled to their grief.

4. God doesn't give you more than you can handle.

Actually, some people do get a lot more than any one person should ever have to handle. And it doesn't come from God. Don't trivialize someone's grief with a "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger" mentality.

5. We may not understand it, but this was God's will.

Unless you are God, don't use this line.

And here are five things to say:

1. I don't believe God wanted this or willed it.

A grieving friend or family member is likely hearing that this is God's will from a number of other people. Affirm the idea that it may very well not be.

2. It's okay to be angry, and I'm a safe person for you express that anger to if you need it.

Anger is an essential part of the grieving process, but many don't know where to talk about it because they are often silenced by others when they express their feelings. (For instance, they may be told they have no right to be angry at God.) By saying you are a safe person to share all feelings, including anger, with, you help the grieving person know where they can turn.

3. It's not okay.
It seems so obvious, but sometimes this doesn't get said. Sometimes the pieces don't fit. Sometimes nothing works out right. And sometimes there is no way to fix it. Naming it can be helpful for some because it lets them know you won't sugarcoat their grief.

4. I don't know why this happened.

When trauma happens, the shock and emotion comes first. But not long after comes our human need to try to explain "why?" The reality is that often we cannot. The grieving person will likely have heard a lot of theories about why a trauma occurred. Sometimes it's best not to add to the chorus, but to just acknowledge what you do not know.

5. I can't imagine what you are going through, but I am here to support you in whatever way feels best.

Even if you have faced a similar loss, remember that each loss is different. Saying "I know how you're feeling" is often untrue. Instead, ask how the grieving person is feeling. And then ask what you can do to help. Then, do it and respect the boundaries around what they don't want help with at this point. You will be putting some control back into the hands of the grieving person, who often feels like they have lost so much of it.

Wise words from someone in the business.

24 Hours: History being re-written

a Glock and a Sig Sauer, both pistols. A .223-caliber rifle was found in his car in the school parking lot

The site was secured at entry and weapons located as would be normal for such an event.  Reported as 2 guns, legally registered to the killer's mother.

At least three guns were found. A Glock and a Sig Sauer, both pistols, were found inside the school, and a .223-calibre rifle in the back of a car, authorities said. 

A law enforcement official speaking on condition of anonymity said some of the guns used in the attack may have belonged to Lanza’s family. His mother had legally registered four weapons, his father two. 

Authorities also recovered three other guns - a Henry repeating rifle, an Enfield rifle and a shotgun.
It was not clear exactly where those weapons were found.

Today we now have 9 guns in play.  The anti-gun narrative is being rewritten to suit the leftie cause, ready for when the leftards have finished uttering their vile political statements making political capital out of this tragedy.

Saturday, December 15, 2012

The tragic cost of political capital

Early today the world learned of yet another horrific shooting in an American school by a crazed gunman.  Almost immediately there were reports of those on the left politicising the tragedy.  In these days of global social media, every would be commenter has the means to stick their oar in, for better or worse.  

Including the head leftie, the Democrat President, who got a spot on the telly, showed some crocodile tears and said “we’re going to have to come together and take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this, regardless of the politics.”  Code for Democrats and some RINOs to show their anti-gun hands and gut the Second Amendment.

Already the despicable left leaning spin doctors and their leftie masters are crafting their measured statements 'of solemn regret and hardened resolve'  to exact political capital out of this tragedy.  While the sun has not set and bodies are still cooling.

I see the frightened parents, relatives and colleagues beginning to mourn their tragic losses and can only think of the horrors that will unfold as the story is told in all its gory detail whilst they face Christmas without their loved ones.

Meanwhile the vile politics of those that infest the left will continue.  Sage words from the previous tragedy earlier this year in Aurora:

No one wants to make a scene at a funeral.  There's something quite political about that, though. After all, the reason the campaigns are behaving this way is not just because of decorum, but because a breach of decorum would exact a political cost. Politics are an inevitable part of a collective national trauma, which, for better or for worse, is how America treats incidents like this one.
National tragedies are political. They're too important not to be. 

Some content stolen from here, including the picture.

Saturday, December 08, 2012

Thursday, December 06, 2012

Useless typical Labour voters awaiting the cavalry

In a past life I remember that stretch of road well.  A high crown, road falls to this low point from both directions and sections on one high side of road.  The other side falls sharply to creek about 200m away, parallel to the road.

Flooding?  Bollocks, the high side water crests the crown, crosses the road and flows down the right of way.  No problems.  Just a sensational pic taken by some prick too lazy to show some community spirit.

Plenty of time to get camera and send pic to Stuff, no doubt awaiting the ratepayer's cavalry in the form of  Len's council stiffs to arrive at great cost to clear the stormwater grates top of leaves and other detritus.  There's one double grate each side of the road about 9 inches/250mm under the water in each gutter.  Guaranteed to be blocked on top, happened multiple times a year for the last three decades.

I'd expect nothing less of the useless typical Labour voters in the area.  Rather than get a raincoat, step outside and clear the grating tops on both sides of the road, a 2 minute job often done on walk around the block by myself in the dry (thinking ahead), they'd sooner send the pic to a paper and complain.

ps Must check up on my mate in the West Auckland slums / Massey...

Wednesday, December 05, 2012

ECAN: We have a firm grip on your nether regions

Special computer software could soon track down the source of Timaru's mystery odour

It's called an EnviroSuite Odour Tracking System. It tracks the possible direction of the smell by mapping it to the weather patterns, the location of the complaint, and the description of the smell

The trial would take place during the next six months, and would cost about $9000

Utterly bloody unbelievable! And that's putting it nicely in print Dear Readers for some of you maybe are sensitive petals unaccustomed to the verbal outburst that flowed when I read this article.

$9000 of ratepayers monies??? And no doubt some flash new computer system to run such software along with some ECAN council time server on six figures to run the numbers, occupying their day.  Really???

What is wrong with the lard-arses that infest such councils getting off their butts and walking upwind, with a bit of triangulation, to the source?  After all Timaru is so small, you can walk from one town boundary to the other in your smoko and still have time for a cuppa.

It's patently obvious that ECAN has ratepayers by the short and curlies. No doubt fits into one of those soon to be ex-cultural principles!

Second thoughts, for $9K, I'll be there tomorrow on the first flight in.

Tuesday, December 04, 2012

"Fullsome praise ... for filth"

Mean while in the real world, reality dawns

In his apology, Jones added fulsome praise for its producers.

Isn't amazing how the thought of losing your income stream can change your views.

Can only but hope

If Winston was to additionally propose resurrecting burning homosexuals at the stake and point out to Pacific Islanders that this was once a church practice, eventually destroyed by liberals, modernists and other disrespecters of both tradition and God, he could possibly capture every Islander vote and quite a few others as well.

Now that would be vote catching entertainment worth watching.  Bob Jones gets pedantic about marrying his kitchen table.  Or his horse.

Word associations...

If Mallard and Curran and others can be in the Labour caucus ... the current Labour Party is an exemplar of civilised and intelligent ability

Labour looking to stitch up the electorate

his definition of beating Mr Key was not getting more votes than National or being a more popular leader - it’s about stitching together a government with the Greens and whomever else

Dr Norman wants Finance, Metiria Turei could get Social Development, Kevin Hague may get Health, Kennedy Graham could go for Trade, Eugenie Sage for the Christchurch rebuild, Gareth Hughes with Energy and Catherine Delahunty with Education

As usual, Labour is looking to stitch up the electorate.  Fat chance of that happening, it has to firstly get the votes.

But when Key possibly has to horse trade post-election with rabid feral greenie nutters to cobble together a coalition of the damned to retain power, will the Nats be prepared to give up such positions? 

I think not and like many, will never again consider voting for National which has reneged on all of its stated principles these past two terms. Such is the price of getting into bed with the separatists.  The Nats will have a hard fight for votes next time, having squandered their chances.

Either way we get a socialist government full of communists.  At least the ferals do not deny being watermelons.  Damn the lot of them!

HT Homepaddock

Monday, December 03, 2012

Troughers start bleating as their credit line is severed

law change designed to restrict the role of councils is being denounced as a blow for democracy

the Local Government Amendment Act, which gets rid of the four wellbeings - social, economic, environmental and cultural

A long decade and well overdue.  The Nats must have the legislation spot-on if troughers are bleating this quick about the funding stream to their open cheque books for never ending social engineering.

Tararua Mayor Roly Ellis said there were very few examples of "social" spending in the council's plan

Obviously needs reminding about the non-core gold plated imported paving and balustrades costing ratepayers millions in borrowed monies just so the towns can keep street cleaners in a job.

Socialist NZ - how far we've come

New Zealand - just another socialist state complicit in throwing Israel to the wolves.

Saturday, December 01, 2012