Monday, June 29, 2020

Look - a water monster whore!

the river is paying a bigger price

Waikato River Authority wants Auckland to pay for more water from the Waikato River and suggested up to 10 cents a litre, or $20 million a day

That didn't take long.  Whores now haggling over a price.

Always knew that it would happen, for water monster whores are easily placated with coin of the realm.  More taxpayer coin that is, similar to the multitudes of repeat 'full and final settlements' we've placated over one and three-quarter centuries.

Same debate is coming real soon for coastal access as these so-called ToW 'partners' gouge another slice of the action.

These British subjects have fully learnt how to scam NZ Inc.

Sunday, June 14, 2020

We're far too bloody soft!

there is "something wrong" with New Zealand's justice system

Bollocks!  Capital punishment is a good place to start.

well over half of the men in our prisons are Māori, when nearly two-thirds of women in our prisons are Māori, that tells you there is something wrong with the system

Do the crime, do the time.  Nothing wrong with that!  It takes a lot of repeated crime to actually get one locked up these days.   If you don't like the numbers, stop breeding criminals.

The way I see it, the only things wrong with the current soft justice system are Mr Plod pussy-footing around trying to be nice hugging crims with the judiciary failing to impose effective full-term non-parole sentencing.  All the other do-gooders talking of turning out the currently imprisoned are more than welcome to be visited by a recently released ex-inmate on a dark rainy night.

Let's face it, your favoured gang members earnt their patch through violent crime and are willing to make use of any firearms to hand to continue their drug-driven money streams.

I say the justice system is too soft. Along with society in general.  Lock the bastards up forever and toss the keys, crims in my book forfeit any rights.

There are no politicians in New Zealand prepared to step up and get tough on crime.  We are too soft.

That's what the current cow said.

would not increase taxes or cut benefits

The present incumbent said that as a pre-election bribe offering, hasn't stopped raising taxes and doling out welfare largesse since.  Look where that's got us.  A totally ruined economy which will need massive rich prick tax hikes to service the generational debt.

Guess what Mr LabourLite,  I do not believe you.  You'll tell any lies to get votes.  Although I should favour the Nats, your party is so far left of the incumbents, National will not get my vote.  Also missives from Mr Goodfellow for donations and subscriptions will continue to go unanswered.

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Musical chairs ending

original Covid-19 wage subsidy - a 12-week, $11 billion scheme - is drawing to a close

The musical chairs cash is about to be stopped.  Now watch businesses that have welcomed the taxpayer largesse forever close their shutters.

Trading over the past few months whilst broke???  St. Jacinda of Corona, your handout kept the wolf from the door for some, but now the cold winter reality of broken businesses will bite hard. 

Meanwhile, the beatification has started...

Tuesday, June 09, 2020

There's only one person to blame for that!

I am angry, because I do think they are a company that has promoted themselves as being in the community and for the community

There's only one person to blame for crashing New Zealand's economy.  It is you, St Jacinda of Corona, for not going hard and early by leaving the porous border open.

Whilst you've been spraying taxpayer cash via un-serviceable inter-generational debt, real companies are rightly doing due diligence pruning their long-term operational costs.  Air NZ is a prime example of another company that should be despatched forthwith to the knackers yard.  No amount of taxpayer cash will save it.

When your so-called 'community' stores close the shutters as the musical chairs of cash ceases, I look forward to the rank hypocrisy that will ensue.  Also God forbid if any rich prick directors are found to be operating whilst broke.

You have saddled New Zealand with a hideous debt that the bludgers in our land will never get off the couch to service.