Friday, December 18, 2015

Christmas 1970's style:

Bunnings workers in Wellington, Manawatu and Gisborne have walked off the job and gone on strike.

More than 100 workers from seven stores  in the regions voted to strike for the rest of today after a meeting this morning.

Little Andy's effing unionised scum mates go on strike bang on a major holiday period.  That'll garner massive amounts of cheer and goodwill in late 2015.

So 1970's.  It must be Christmas.

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Poverty pimping: Been there, done that

Imagine what it would be like to spend 30 per cent of what you earn on rent, then add power, phone and other unavoidable bills. Now add two kids, then reduce your income to benefit level... it doesn't leave you with much

Been there done that.  With mortgages eating up 38% plus of gross income and two kids. Bloody hard work, took at least a decade before we saw daylight.

And paid all the non-avoidable bills.  Second jobs, just got on with life, daily making decisions like the doctor or do we eat?

report uses the measure severe poverty to describe households with half the national median income after accommodation is paid, as well as lacking seven or more of 17 basic material needs such as a warm, dry house, meat, fish or chicken at least each second day, a waterproof coat, warm clothes, two pairs of shoes and a separate bed for each child

Basic material needs?  The frills like flash clothes or cars, flash TVs or yuppie phones are not basic material needs. Today's lot need to harden up instead of crying poor.

Nothing but poverty pimps who need to get their priorities sorted.

Monday, December 14, 2015

Get the tree guys up to Titirangi when they're finished in New Lynn

A tree company this morning began cutting down about 20 pohutukawa trees on the former Crown Lynn site in the West Auckland suburb

The leftie scum is assembling on site along with some ferals.

Locals and protesters arrived, three of whom, including Greenpeace climate campaigner Steve Abel, scaled the trees

New Lynn MP David Cunliffe is at the site, furious at the loss of the trees

I say get the tree guys straight up to Titirangi to deal with that kauri weed when they're finished in New Lynn.  Whilst Cunners is distracted being interviewed for votes by compliant leftie media, get the real job done.

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Follow the money: PWC to get new waterfront bach

Have a squiz at who is involved in PWC's new waterfront bach.

39-level PwC Tower and the 1.1ha Wynyard Quarter innovation precinct project 

will use ANZ, CBA, BNZ, Westpac and HSBC money for the projects

The ratepayers of Auckland have really had their chain yanked with Lying Len's horrendous rate rises for his white elephant millstone of Britomart, the train loop supposedly to nowhere.  Till now.

And another Queen Street vulture surfaces:

Fletcher will demolish the existing low-rise Downtown and excavate to enable City Rail Link tunnels to be built, linking Britomart beneath the former Chief Post Office to Lower Queen St. CRL will then proceed up Albert St as the first stage of that huge transport project, then across to Mt Eden.

and the real owners of the waterfont bach show their faces.

PwC to move in above level 22

No doubt Lying Len will be very happy with his 30 pieces of silver for taking the flak whilst we pay for these Queen Street farmers in pole position on the waterfront, in full north facing sun with a rail terminus at the front door.

They say follow the money.

Friday, December 11, 2015

Labour scum do not support property rights

Labour MP David Cunliffe was this afternoon on his way to the protest.

full support to and the protest to keep this huge tree


Helen Clark's message of support from overseas had given the community a boost

Typical Labour scum.  "What's yours is mine" again proving they do not support property rights.  Just as bad as feral greens leering over your fence complaining about what land owners do on their property.

Another trespasser climbs the young Titirangi kauri