Thursday, October 23, 2014

*Brain cells not included

"Maritime police have rescued five university students, thought to have been drinking, from Wellington's Island Bay after they got in to trouble on toy inflatables and were swept out to sea in gale-force winds.
Just after 2pm Maritime Police Sergeant Andy Cox said four of the group of university students, none of whom were wearing life jackets or had paddles, made it to Island Bay's island.
The fifth tipped out and was stranded struggling in the water before being rescued by Constable Tom McBride, a member of the police national dive squad, who swam him to shore..."
Yet again it is proven that intelligence is not required to attend university...

Would you be happy with Pit Bulls running loose on our streets?

"The man behind the Ottawa shootings is a Canadian convert to Islam whose passport had been seized by authorities, federal sources say. 
While police have not confirmed the man's identity, sources have told Canada's Globe And Mail, Reuters and Associated Press that the main suspect was Michael Zehaf-Bibeau.
Just before 10am on Wednesday local time (3am Thursday New Zealand time), a gunman shot and killed Corporal Nathan Cirillo and then opened fire on the country's Parliament buildings..."
Time to stop the politically correct farce of letting muslims into NZ (and the rest of the civilized world, for that matter). For those who say that these actions are just a radical few, I say that muslims are like Pit Bulls- you never know when they are going to turn on you. All dogs bite, but some are more likely to latch on and not let go.
As for stopping these savages wanting to go overseas to fight- let them go. JUST DON'T EVER LET THEM BACK.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

More dairy produce madness

But on a positive note:
Since the chocolate milk went on sale three weeks ago, demand has been so great that customers are queuing up for fresh deliveries, purchase limits have been put in place at supermarkets, and security guards are being employed to watch over fridges containing the chocolate gold..."
That is the aim of any producer- a product that customers won't leave on the shelves.
If it's as good as it sounds, the Health Nazis will no doubt be finding something wrong with it...

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Blessed are the Cheesemakers

"A grandmother who hand-milks four cows has taken on the world's best cheesemakers and won - but she's facing defeat at the hands of Ministry for Primary Industries food safety officers.
Biddy Fraser-Davies' boutique Cwmglyn Farmhouse Cheese, from Eketahuna, has won a silver medal at the World Cheese Awards, been served up at Prince George's Government House playdate, and is on the menu at top Wellington restaurants Logan Brown, The White House and Shed 5.
Tourists flock to her 4.4-hectare farm 20 minutes north of Masterton to enjoy a unique, gate-to-plate culinary and farming experience. Each of her cheeses bears the name of the jersey cow whose milk was used to make it.
And folks wonder why people don't stick their necks out and open a small business.
 Because the asshole in grey shoes, with all the power and resources of the state, will grind down anyone who dares to work outside of the corporate or the state apparatus itself.
They hate the independent trader, the small businessman, the artisan- because they make work for them. It would be so much more convenient to regulate a few large providers. Could it be (and let's say it softly)- that the big boys are better placed to 'provide the right incentives to the inspectorate'?

Saturday, October 18, 2014

The right place for this

"Wellington Hospital has adopted a novel treatment for a severe diarrhoea-causing bacterium, by using faeces donated by a friend or family member inserted into the bowels to calm the patient's innards and replace missing healthy bugs.
The remedy is already gaining growing credibility overseas as an effective drug-free treatment for Clostridium difficile, which kills thousands of people every year and has spread exponentially in the past decade..."
Well, they certainly have picked a town in which there should be no shortage of donors. There is a big round building where everyone is certainly full of it...

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Computer problems

two computers down, all I have currently is an IPad. Which is shite for this sort of stuff.

Anyway, hoping like hell we don't get on the UN busybody committee- even if we are now corrupt enough!

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Do it

Why it has been directed only at Maori I have no idea, as thousands of non-Maori people are in the same predicament. Then again, perhaps the Maori housing problem would be the easiest to resolve.
Today's part-Maori have been given millions of acres of land as well as more than two billion dollars in cash settlements for treaty disputes - on top of that "Maoridom" has assets of almost $40 billion…"
I say- build a town ONLY for Maori. Let's then see how it fares. Build it up in Northland. Plenty of empty space here. Give them what they want. Move all the state housing clientele there.
Hell, turn it into a reality TV show!
I'm sure that the liberal appeasers would get a nasty dent on their denial...

Sunday, September 21, 2014

SETTING THE DOSE

Looks like the unprincipled sheeple of NZ have decided how much socialism they want for another three years.

It could have been worse.

At least Winston don't get to call the shots and that Kraut crook and company have been shown the door.

Could it be that FINALLY the masses are learning not to believe what you see on tv?