Friday, October 31, 2014

How to ruin your brand

Continuing today's theme, the hits keep coming.

Apple CEO: I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me

First thought, how to ruin a brand.

We'll continue to fight for our values

Values I'd wager that would cause a lot of people to be looking to never buy Apple again.

MP wants queer convictions wiped

there were 879 convictions, including sodomy with another man aged over 16, committing an indecent act with another man, and "keeping place of resort for homosexual acts"

That was the law at the time, unfortunately changed by the progressives that infest our legislature.

"Anything that society can do to say, ‘we were wrong . . .' is something that can make their final years a little better."

Absolutely not. These criminals want their rap sheet wiped so they can hide their long held perversions.

Many of those who were convicted had their lives destroyed

Rightly so, boy-buggering priests spring to mind.  Won't someone think of the victims in such cases?

In my view, homosexuality is a gross perversion which should still be a criminal act.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Green MP promotes antidote to Ebola: 0.625 of SFA

Green MP Steffan Browning ... signed a petition ... which calls on the World Health Organisation (WHO) to "End the suffering of the Ebola crisis. Test and distribute homeopathy as quickly as possible to contain the outbreaks."

I just can't stop laughing.  It hurts.

What should be the dilution strength for an effective anti-Ebola potion?  I'd suggest about a million-millionth of 5/8ths of SFA. To be tested on the treehuggers that abound on Planet Green.

Long suspected to be in another world, this greenie outburst really takes the cake

Friday, October 17, 2014

Bogeyman scaremongering with dire warnings [updated]

FBI Director James Comey has warned in stark terms against the push by technology companies to encrypt smartphone data and operating systems

We have the legal authority to intercept and access communications from information pursuant to court order, but we often lack the technical ability to do so

The bogeyman makes dire warnings. The dicks are afraid that Joe Public has had enough of the FBI trawling their daily lives.  You might have the legal right, but you certainly ain't using those rights for public good. Encryption will put the NSA spooks and traitors like Assange, Snowden, Hager out of a job.  IMHO, that is good.

The baddies will already be encrypted to the max if they've any sense.

he could not cite particular instances in which someone was rescued from danger who wouldn't have been had law enforcement been blocked from that information ... cited access to cell phone data aided in a criminal investigation

"Logic tells me there are going to be cases like that,"

Really?  I'd say your logic is nothing but scaremongering.

A footnote: After the massive data breaches of late, which only reinforce nothing in plain text is secure on a network, everything stored online should be encrypted at source, decrypted at point of usage.


Mr Aardvark feels the same way.  You can stick your "for the public good".

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

WTF? Key's arrogance astounds.

New Zealanders are likely to get their first vote on a new national flag at the end of next year, Prime Minister John Key says

WTF?  Arrogant prick is buying a fight.  There's nothing wrong with the current flag.  You've really got to wonder why he wants to ditch it.  The alternatives on offer are nothing but sporting or separatist rags.  His fetish of changing the nation's flag is sickening.

I suppose with his endless pandering to the native vote, nek minit he'll be signing off the supposed treaty partnership in a written constitution.  The flag change is a prelude to the main event of handing the country back to the separatists.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Another Labour loser tosses in the towel

David Cunliffe has pulled out of the race to be Labour's new leader

Cunliffe was forced by his caucus to resign after last month's election drubbing

Another Labour loser. The remaining candidates will fare no better.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Time for an OIA on underhanded dirty tactics by councils

Mr Nager's manager at the Northland Regional Council, Tess Dacre, learnt he had been in contact with Mr Pope and asked him for copies of the text messages. Mr Pope obliged, treating it as a request under the Official Information Act.

Mr Nager said he found out the NRC had obtained his text messages when he requested his personnel file.

"I thought, 'What's this?' I gave my ex-boss a call and it all unfolded from there. They (NRC) got my messages off someone else's phone. That's really underhanded. You don't expect that degree of snooping. I don't know what they were hoping to find."

Definitely underhanded tactics from the council overlords.  Even the toothless watchdog said so.

the Privacy Commissioner, who has ruled that the council breached the Privacy Act when it accessed text messages sent by Mr Nager in the days following the attack

Country wide, I wonder how many any other OIA "give us the dirt" requests have been made by one council of another local government entity in their quest to always show who's in control.  Must be a good topic for an OIA and would wager it could unearth extensive underhanded dirty politicking in the halls of local government. 

Anyone up for an OIA?

Rank stench of green hypocrisy

Calf induction: The business end of getting your late cycling cow back on herd schedule.  Cattle abortion industry by another name.

The treehuggers screamed so much about this obscene practice of induction it is about to be made illegal.

Each year, farmers buy bulls whose job it is to get their cows pregnant.

Nine months later, calves are born, and the cows are given about a month to recover, before the two-month mating window opens up again. Now, occasionally a cow or two gets pregnant a little late.

That puts it out of sync with the rest of the herd, and makes things difficult for the farmer.

They are left with the choice of killing the calf and rebooting the cow's cycle, or killing the cow.

Aborting the calf is cheaper and easier.

former Green MP Sue Kedgley called the practice "inhumane and cruel"

All in, works for the loonies worldview as part of their endless 'dirty dairying' crusade.  But probably good they stood up for the welfare of cattle.

Now to another obscene "induction" industry closer to our species.  Indeed an equally foul practice, but one that the same treehuggers have long and loudly supported.

She never mentioned whether human induction was "inhumane and cruel". Nor did she talk about the need to get human induction drugs off the market.

She didn't talk about the duty of care all doctors have towards human life, and how they must surely be in breech of that as they snuff out little lives day after day in human induction clinics.

What Kedgley had done, a year before, was give a speech advocating human induction, saying "it's incredible that abortion is still such a contentious and divisive issue"

The putrid stench of rank greenie hypocrisy is strong.

Monday, October 06, 2014

Cafe owner apologises, relinquishes man card

As per normal, someone is offended.

"Oscar Pistorius was super keen to get a new bathroom door, but his girlfriend was dead against it," ran the joke printed on receipts from Wednesday until complaints started flooding in yesterday

What really gets up my nose is the number of males that do something, then apologise and retract 5 minutes later when someone calls them out in social media.  Twatter and Facebook are nothing but a platform for the permanently offended. 

If you're gutsy enough to do it initially, real men would have the cojones to tell the offended to f**k off.  He's proved himself to be more likely a 'metro man' Labour voter type used to having to apologise for being a man. 

Needs to harden up!

Sunday, October 05, 2014

Key: More of the same old

National had agreed to work with the Maori Party on a range of priority areas including Whanau Ora, the Ministerial Committee on Poverty and Maori economic and regional development.

Key said there was no effective difference between the new Maori Development portfolio and the old Maori Affairs one

Re-arranging the deck chairs in name only, we're in for more of the same old, never one to grasp the nettle.

Ever desperate to retain control at any cost, especially since he now does not have a majority, Key agrees to continue pandering to the racist vote. 

Saturday, October 04, 2014

Another treehugging feral from the list scum makes it to the trough

The final count is in.  Labour's officially no longer a 24% loser. 

Labour's vote increased slightly from 24.69 per cent to 25.13 per cent

25% is still 5/8ths of SFA.  Losers.

In other news, another tree hugging feral scum list watermelon makes it back into the trough at the expense of an absolute Nat majority.  Pity it couldn't have been something better for the country like union scum or Mr Moa from Labour losing their seat.

List MP Steffan Browning will return to Parliament
National Party can no longer govern alone as the final election results left them with one fewer seat than on election night.
National's failure to win an outright majority means it will have to depend on either the Act Party, United Future or the Maori Party to get its bills and budgets passed.

Now the Nats have no mandate, they will be chasing votes from United, Act and the racist Maori Party.  Standby to be shafted with more unwanted culture as Key panders to the one man parties.

Special rates from local government if you're a native trougher

With various councils around the bazaars usurping democracy by installing dozens of unelected troughers by virtue of their skin colour, some in the populace can now get special rates for their land.

future rates had been set at a level that allowed for the land's long-term productivity without being a burden

Nice one.  If your land is deemed to have poor productivity, this council will rate such land lower.  Only one catch - you've got to have unproductive land.  Oh and the right skin tone.

Mr Carter said he and council staff had negotiated that outcome by the legitimate use of council policies and the Local Government Rating Act 2002.

There are no losers in this situation, only winners, within the law and with co-operation from all parties involved.

No losers?  Bollocks!  I read that they've only fronted the current years rates, not arrears and now it appears you've established a race based precedent. I guess some rates are better than none, as is current on most native land.

As my rates are always a burden of governmental waste, I look forward to my totally unproductive acres being being zero rated by my local government tsars in the future.