Saturday, August 05, 2017

Fraudulent politicians and integrity

... was convicted of fraud in 1876.

After his conviction, Wilson was elected to council one more time in 1878.

Five councillors resigned in protest.

Seems in those days of yore, integrity actually meant something

Would any of today's political offerings show such integrity when dealing with frauds in the Greens?

Wednesday, August 02, 2017

And the next day the sun was shining brightly

The romcom continues....

At home with ...

'a very clever lady'

baby elephant in the room

the letter that sparked a romance

As if voters will change for that load of women's mag drivel.  There might be some that buy into the honeymoon phase of this continuing affair as Labour descends into the abyss.

But for something more serious. Unconsented plumbing. Criminal.

her proudest DIY moment was installing a new toilet "without flooding the house,"

The newest Leader of Labour will be right at home with her potential partner, a self-confessed frog, both selling the "A fresher fraudulent approach".

Yes, the next day the sun is still shining brightly.  For Winston and Bill.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

The same old offerings - we need a disrupter

"The Nats should not be given any support until they purge their party of left wing socialist scum. Which they will only do when in opposition or if in some way their grip on power is diminished."

from Redbaiter at Lindsay Mitchell's shop

ACT by their lack of positive action these past three years are not the answer. They could have all of Winston's vote and more if only they would have some decent policy. However they remain the Nats lapdog, occasionally yapping at passing cars.

As always, Winston First has his same old offerings, which are resonating with the disaffected right leaning voter. Not the optimum choice but New Zealand needs an electoral disrupter to get all parties to rethink their tired failed offerings of raping the taxpayer. The Nats and ACT need to be forced back to the right.

As long predicted, Winnie will be the king maker. He will go with the Nats as that's where he'll not have to deal with any coalition of evil communist unions and rabid loons on the left. The cost to the Nats will be that Winnie will be our first Maori PM having already proven by their rancid Maori Party dealings they will sell their soul to remain in the trough.

(my comment)

Saturday, July 15, 2017

"it's not gang-affiliated"

That's not what this pic shows.  Just another mob member that should be locked up forever, not out after 2 years for armed robbery.

And "had been inebriated when his cell mate - who is also his brother - gave him the tattoo, while he was completing a two-year sentence in prison for an aggravated robbery charge".  Apart from the initial sentencing by a dud judge, that in itself just raises so many questions about what is Corrections doing on their watch?  But, on another better note, obviously his bro has some tattooing skills.

And from fb,  "I don't have a CV as yet".  I'd say every employer in NZ is now well aware of the contents of your short CV.

Time for a Tui.

Monday, June 26, 2017

Stuff: In dire need of a sub-editor that can spell

For example:

Land owners object to Hikuai cycleway being built on flood plane 

It is obvious that their current editor is plainly not on the plane.

Friday, June 23, 2017

Digging deeper holes late on a Friday night

Labour continues digging in deep holes on a Friday night.  It is suggested that bad news should be released late in the business week but this is ridiculous.

Just when you thought #Slavegate couldn't get any worse, there is now a mystery donor of unknown name.

Politics of hatred and envy always surface with leftie scum. And you will be taxed.

Never simmering far from the surface, leftie scum get the hat trick in one.

A current Labour candidate fresh from Maharey's Indoctrination Skool goes for the holy grail of politics of hatred and envy along with the prospect of future taxation.

So that's capital gains. They're not [so much] in the business of providing retirement accommodation as much as in the business of earning capital gains.

The politics of hatred.  That is the eternal hatred of companies run by rich pricks who have organised their businesses to take 'advantage' of taxation rules.

For wage and salary earners, all our income gets taxed but capital gains are earned over a time and they don't get taxed. It's all perfectly legal but what's legal is not necessarily fair

The politics of envy.  They dog-whistle that Labour would make things 'fairer' for workers.  We'll see how that works out as the so called living wage closes small businesses.  And stop hiring leftie scum.

The issue is whether we should be taxing capital gains

Thirdly, there's always the threat of future taxation.  Never ever forget that - they're Labour.  Leftie scum looking to lift the hard earned contents of your wallet so some Labour supporting feral waster can live large on the dole.

Tuesday, April 04, 2017

Hypocrisy is strong with this one

... said there was a difficult line to draw between protecting free speech and pushing back against statements "calculated to cause harm or incite unhealthy responses"

Not bad for an about to be proven hypocrite that is in court this very week for causing harm by his own unhealthy responses.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Two ticks for this one

will, among other measures, repeal the anti-smacking law

Anyone that offers that will get two ticks from me.  

A swift kick up the backside or clip around the ears is what's missing with our toe-rag feral youth.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

One down, one to go

One murdering terrorist down, one to go.

H/T Guido via Theo Spark

A pox on all of them

I see the political whores are out in force offering their poxed version of the RMA.

United Future and the Act Party have joined forces to offer the National Party a way of breaking the long impasse on planning reforms - at the expense of the Maori Party.

The two parties restated in an open letter today that they will support the Resource Management Act (RMA) reforms if National agrees to three concessions.

They want proposed powers for the Environment Minister to override councils to be scrapped; greater recognition of property rights, and the exclusion of iwi consultation requirements.

It must an election year.

National needs two votes to get the reforms over the line.

It struck a deal with the Maori Party last year after agreeing to include provisions that would give iwi a greater role in the consenting process, known as iwi participation agreements.

However, the Maori Party then threatened to pull its vote unless the Government scrapped the ministerial override powers, which United Future and Act also oppose.

The Maori Party was especially concerned that the powers could be used to stop councils from creating their GE-free zones in their regions.

Will someone not stand up for property owners and remove the cancerous RMA from our lives?

National facing an embarrassing defeat on one of its major pieces of legislation

Labour-Lite deserves everything coming their way after 8 years of pandering to apartheid whilst the other political whores will be consigned to history this coming election.

A pox on all of them.

Sunday, January 01, 2017

Repeat offenders still getting a leave pass via soft Judiciary

gang member who spent more than 370 days at large after removing his electronic bracelet was arrested on New Year's Eve

reportedly a member of the Crips gang, and had twice breached electronic bail before

WTF?  A gang member and given electronic bail for a third time?

In my view there are no mitigating circumstances at play here.  Firstly a gang member, secondly proven to be a serial absconder.

Gang member?  Forget mitigating factors, lock the bastard up and throw the key away. A holiday on the taxpayer continuing business as usual on an ankle bracelet should not be an option.

Time for the Minister responsible to sort out the Judiciary and then change the law.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Council box tickers at their best: "The planning team check .. Not our fault"

Therein lies the problem.

The planning team check any consent when it comes in ...

All plans these days will have gradients to 0.5m along with boundary and house positions accurately detailed to the nth degree on submitted plans.   As is required for any building consent these days.   Then, a simple exercise to calculate finished slope from garage door to boundary.

 I think it would be very difficult for the person that does that to check the gradient ... [but] when you're building, you've got to make sure people can drive onto it.

Council bureaucrats standing up for the paying customer, doing their overpriced jobs as bloody box tickers and dodging any responsibility.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

The Nats show some spine

Te News: "a blow for democracy"

Excellent news. At last a move in the right direction on stopping the welfare state.

The Government has vetoed a Labour Party bill which would have extended paid parental leave from 18 weeks to 26 weeks

Pity the Nats do not show spine on other matters like ditching Working for Welfare.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

You wonder how they stay in business...

On a new rural mail site:

it takes around two weeks for the address to be registered

Once it has been registered by our rural team it will show on the website in the next update

As we update our website once a month, it is most likely that your address will be update in the July update

The wait continues for full mail delivery from NZ Post.  And companies like Meridian will only send bills to the previous address till NZ Post gets off its arse and some lackey enters the data.

NZ Post, nice to know you're presenting stale data in your address finder.