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The en-ig-matic fi–sh thro-wer
laid down his message about the o–cean,
the deep sea oil hik—oi
raised their banners
and their representa-tive,
given space by Hone Hara-wira,
directly challenged the
The tangata whenua
Annette Sykes should speak
on the pa-epa-e
and Metiria Tu-re-i
inside the whare-nui….
Darien Fenton was praised for ‘opening up’ about her past drug addiction problems, but with very mixed messages, scant details, political posturing, and then she clammed up. Should the public know more? Should we have known more before she stood for Parliament?
David Garrett was blasted and hounded out of Parliament for the revelation that he’d broken the law several decades earlier – he has described it as a victimless crime.
Is there a double standard here where Fenton’s belated part revelation is praised? Drug addiction is illegal, it often involves other illegal activity, and it often involves other victims.
I’m not suggesting Fenton should be hounded out of Parliament, but suggesting there seems to be some veru mixed messages here.
“Does Fenton have a responsibility to actually open up? Or should an MP’s past be left as their own business?”
Unless there is a disclosure form required to be completed by all wannabe candidates listing all transgressions throughout their life, then I don’t think she, or anyone else, has a responsibility to put out a press release saying “by the way, I used to shoot up in my younger days – you don’t get a face like this from sipping Tiger Tea and having early nights”.
As to whether the selection panel/process should allow someone with an iffy past through the gates (wouldn’t that rule most of them out? Who decides what is iffy and what isn’t?), or whether the “media” should have brought this to voters’ attention, is another matter.
Mind you, I have no contact with any pollies and I’ve known this for years – mist have read it somewhere – probably here or at ‘Oil’s place I guess. But I’m not a Labour voter so it didn’t change my decision either way.
In Australia each year, there is usually one player with a missus due to have a baby on AFL or NRL Grand Final day. Miraculously, the baby always comes a few days early. Never mentioned in the Press, but midwives will tell you the secret that they always induce.
I’m not sure if this is a wise move, or if Ross Taylor is reading KB, but draw your own conclusions….
PG: David Garrett’s problems stemmed from the fact that he’d taken the moral high ground on law breaking, and hammering away for tougher penalties. Thus, when it was discovered that he, himself, was a law breaker, he was hoist on a petard of his own making.
His case wasn’t helped by the details involving the emotional hot button of “dead child”
The BBC and other mainstream media have been busy telling the world that “global warming” and “climate change” are the cause of the now almost annual devastating British Floods.
Chris Booker delivers a rebuke to the propaganda and the real reason is that EU has mandated that certain areas be allowed to flood and dredging stopped. What that means is UK POLITICIANS ARE DELIBERATELY ALLOWING BRITAIN TO FLOOD AT THE BEHEST OF UNELECTED FOREIGNERS BUT DARE NOT TELL THE TRUTH. Some of the Politicians are now saying that to stop flooding in the UK the Brits must send even more foreign aid money to corrupt 3rd world countries. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/10626939/Eric-Pickles-Spend-aid-abroad-to-stop-flooding-in-the-UK.html
Whether an MP should be more open about their past has only become a problem since the introduction of MMP. So long as the party ‘powers that be’ can appoint unknown party sycophants to lists mistakes will be made & facts glossed over.
Contrast this situation with that which existed under FPP. Then a prospective MP was subject to the scrutiny of the electorate, other party hopefuls & opposition candidates.
Come on Auckland ratepayers, Lecher Len has returned to front page promotion in your NZ Herald (messenger of socialism), not only grabbing headlines of forgiveness, but giving away $250 million of your hard earned rates to transport his non-ratepaying voting base. You must be more proactive to combat this slug, along with his greasy left-wing media mates, or he is going to sit there with his stupid looking beak facing you every time you watch Tv or pick up a paper.
Who gives a continental rat’s arse about a convicted low level Australian drug smuggler who was stupid enough to take 4 kg of pot to Bali of all places? Who really gives a stuff about seeing the door through which she will walk later today?
And why the fuck is this the first item on out national TV news? FFS.
At least you now think you know the history of Fenton, explaining (to you) her condition. Without revelations from others we will have to surmise the cause of their afflictions which have become inflictions.
I guess the hacks will be digging in Fenton’s past now. Revealing that she was once and an addict and overcame it then went onto a political career is pretty remarkable. Probably a lot of MPs go the ‘other way,’ finding new vices or deepening existing ones. I don’t follow her at all, just another name in Parliament. I see the ‘addicts’ going to the chemist to get their treatment each day, some men in their fifties or older and apparently not working and I think that at least they’re not committing crime to feed their addictions. Fenton didn’t appear in the article to be applauding herself in anyway, or excusing herself, rather by her actions showing that she picked herself up and got on with a new life.
Colville – I don’t think Fenton should be hounded, or hounded out of parliament. She was selected by Labour for their list, and they must have known about her past.
I’m pointing out the double standards where Fenton gets praised for being “open” – eight years after becoming an MP – while Garrett and his family were hounded until he quit.
And the left have been staunchly defending Len Brown’s behaviour as private and shouldn’t affect him doing his job, even though it may have.
While Labour have also been relentlessly hounding John Banks for a past minor electoral return offence. And they are still trying to hound Dunne out due to an unproven (and relatively minor) offence. And they even tried to get Judith Collins.
Nookin- Because Schapelle is innocent don’t you know?? Despite the fact that her family are well known drug dealers, her brother who she was travelling with that trip is in jail for drug shenanigans and her own lawyer recently revealed that Schapelle plans to celebrate her release with a “a big marijuana joint the size of a cigar”…She was ‘framed’!! (Apparently….)
She is the South Seas Amanda Knox Nookin, easy on the eye and not requiring any in depth thought by a challenged media. But give me pictures of babies or dogs running on the beach anytime. I recall we had our Ingham twins and more recently the innocent star crossed lover who thought it was fine to pick up a bag in Brazil for a person she had never met.
Fenton is a vile piece of socialism, and if it were a Nat MP being exposed, she would attack with a vengeance. Give it to her, the sooner she is out of her position at the trough, the better for all concerned. See what this brilliant piece of left-wing tripe does for a living, maybe council, union, or dole. We sure as hell would not want this thing in our company.
PG could have done his link whoring on How the narrative is Constructed.
The Fenton story strikes me as a non event. Some editor probably told the “journalist” to go interview her in light of the Hoffman death,another angle as it were.The media are certainly playing that celebrity death for all it’s worth (slow news season being north hemishpere winter ,and they’re not going to do a global warming feature while half the USA is shut down by snow)
As PG pointed out her drug habit past was already revealed by Wishart some time ago ,so is not new or news.
Anyway the issue as far as I’m concerned is PG turning it into traffic for his blog.
He knows a pro DG ,anti labour dig here will get some traction.
Revealing that she was once and an addict and overcame it then went onto a political career is pretty remarkable.
It she has reformed and gone on to be a successful union organiser and then MP, yes, that is pretty remarkable.
But she hasn’t just revealed it, it’s been known about for years.
And if you read what she wrote it doesn’t sound like a heartfelt revelation as much as a carefully written piece of political puffery. It doesn’t sound like Fenton to me so it misses the mark if it’s supposed to be a genuine opening up about her past, which she now refuses to elaborate on.
It comes across more to me as either an opportunist Labour promotion or Fenton trying to keep her list position.
Drowning in money: the untold story of the crazy public spending that makes flooding inevitable
‘Flood defence, or so we are told almost everywhere, is about how much concrete you can pour. It’s about not building houses in stupid places on the floodplain, and about using clever new engineering techniques to defend those already there. But that’s a small part of the story. To listen to the dismal debates of the past fortnight, you could be forgiven for believing that rivers arise in the plains; that there is no such thing as upstream; that mountains, hills, catchments and watersheds are irrelevant to the question of whether or not homes and infrastructure get drowned. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jan/13/flooding-public-spending-britain-europe-policies-homes
You’ve added a lot of strings to your bow this morning PG. There is no similarity between Fenton and Brown. Brown ‘sold himself’ as an honest, hardworking family man with a Christian background – fraudulent claims intended to portray someone to the voters that he is not, and probably never has been. Fenton on the other hand wasn’t blowing her own trumpet or elevating herself as far as I know, I’m also not aware that she has targeted addicts for political disdain in order to promote herself – probably she has done the opposite, particularly by speaking out.
“And why the fuck is this the first item on out national TV news? FFS.”
Isn’t it obvious? I guess not. Well, the reason is because we have our man Steve Marshall reporting from the scene. Any event for which TVNZ can get a live crossover is given priority. It makes TVNZ look like one of the big players in the news delivery business.
Mr Brown told the Prime Minister in a letter – obtained by the Herald – that his offer was based on a Government commitment to pay for half of the project from 2020, or earlier if Auckland can meet tough rail patronage and employment growth targets set last year by Mr Key.
So Brown wants to go ahead before meeting “tough rail patronage and employment growth targets” which are obvious indicators the project should go ahead.
How many of Brown’s council newly appointed watchdogs knew about this key letter?
Mr Brown said Aucklanders had shown overwhelming support for the rail project, and the private sector was making investment plans around it.
Like Aucklanders now still support Brown after his one-off mistake of a two year long adultery slip. It would be nice [and should be mandatory] to have a properly conducted poll for each – to show the “overwhelming” support for the rail project, and second: that the similarly claimed support for Brown to remain as Mayor, exists anywhere outside Brown’s mind.
PG it’s a fair comment for any ex addict or addict to say they were ‘lucky to survive.’ Their addictions can put them in dangerous places with dangerous people, I can’t remember the name of the American author that described it as a monkey on his back. No doubt often as fatal of the stories heard about sheep succumbing to the Kea in the Southern Alps.
Another drug addict (well own here) is fairly scathing of Fenton and raises some questions about “once an addict always an addict” and how hard it is to make the final kick off methadone.
It is more an exercise in self-aggrandisement piggy-backing on the common-sense being spouted by others/the (accidental) death of hoffman than anything else.
Fenton is still mirroring the (criminal) silences of all her fellow-politicians.
And I hafta say if there is one thing I know about that vile muck that is methadone that is it is so addictive that users get down to small amounts daily but that this nazi-smack has such a grip on them that they are unable to do that final ‘kick’.
I appear to have been blocked from commenting on Kiwiblog. It seems odd as my last comments were quite banal in a meandering thread about Australian supermarkets banning New Zealand goods – The flip side of protectionism. David Farrar, the National party apparatchik behind Kiwiblog, likes to describe himself as a classical liberal. In his own words, someone who likes to be seen as having:
“… a belief in individual rights, limited government, private property, free markets, tolerance, and reason.”
There is, however, no point in saying you believe in individual rights, tolerance and reason if you ban someone from commenting in a forum with a political bent. Silencing those who disagree with your personal political philosophy is an act of cowardice and a tactic more readily adopted by a petty tyrant incapable of tolerating vigorous dissent.
I am still reading Kiwiblog to see who else has been recently gagged. I haven’t seen anything of late from Tom Jackson or Ross69, but this could be just them not commenting over the last couple of days. My pet theory is David Farrar is slowly snuffing out dissenting elements on his blog as this is an election year, an election year where the result could go either way.
Does anyone know if Yoza has actually been banned? As far as I’ve seen it’s rare for DPF to ban and he is usually open about it.
Yoza – if you have too many links in a post it can get trapped in spam filters, that’s one way for comments to not appear.
I’d be very surprised if DPF is “snuffing out dissenting elements on his blog”. Ironic to see that suggestion made at The Standard.
Brown should put his underground railway to a vote by those who say they will use it and those like from the North Shore who will say like 90% of the voters – get stuffed. it is not viable in any circumstances anyway as has been shown.
Why should Brown’s constituency in South Auckland and many Westies support a railway they will never use.
Brown is using this opportunity to set up a political stoush with the National government and to try and get his personal profile lifted.
As a Labour man he will do what he can to embarrass Key and the Government in election year, along with his mates the Herald and Dom.
He is working hard to get a Labour list seat to save Labour from themselves and ignominy – and he did it “all my way”.
People buying and selling through the shadow economy aka the cash economy are not being included in the extensive conversation about inequality and tax bludgers. The seller benefits because the income earned is ‘tax free’. The buyer benefits because the product or service is cheaper. The taxpayer (all of us) don’t benefit because no tax is paid.
The IRD probably don’t chase it because its too widespread throughout the economy and because the amount of tax that can be recovered from any single tax payer is too small to warrant the effort to prove.
Here’s an example from my experience. I got some work done on my house by a painter, I provided the paint. He charged me $500 under the table for his labour or $650 if I needed an invoice. Agreeing to pay cash, I got the job done for $150 cheaper. Interestingly the painter is benefiting as well. Assuming he was operating through a company, had I asked for an invoice, he would have passed on 15% for the GST portion ($84.78) and 28% for the net of GST portion in company tax ($158.26). The painter would have retained $406.96 and the tax payer would have got $243.04. Because I paid him cash, he got $93.04 more than he would have had he put it through his books.
Think about all the people providing cleaning services, lawnmowing or gardening services, dressmaking etc. who are not operating businesses just doing some work on the side to improve their overall income. In all the discussion about inequality and income comparison, none of us know who is getting what additional income through the cash economy. We can all operate in this economy, we know it is rampant and impossible to stop. Some people will think it is morally wrong others will see no wrong in it because the taxpayer is a faceless ‘person’.
I think it is wrong that it is not acknowledged and taken into account in the discussion about inequality.
Having *seen* the other end of this transaction once or twice *cough* I feel qualified to comment. 😀
If the painter had really wanted a win he would have purchased the paint for you as well, written the paint off against other work and put the GST and income tax from the paint in his pocket.
SWIM (someone who isnt me) may have in the past organised a large cash job or two around Xmas time to have a bit of casssshhh to spend on Xmas booze and a cash bonus for the lads. Asian takeaway outfits genearlly loved work being done for cash, knock the GST off plus a couple of percent and you were in. Its not as tho they declare the incomeor GST anyways and are just looking for value for cash.
PG.. Too hard to prove and only very small amounts involved. Not worth IRDs time.
“There is, however, no point in saying you believe in individual rights, tolerance and reason if you ban someone from commenting in a forum with a political bent. Silencing those who disagree with your personal political philosophy is an act of cowardice and a tactic more readily adopted by a petty tyrant incapable of tolerating vigorous dissent.”
Where to start?
Yoza, can we take this to mean that you personally dont believe in individual rights etc, given that you have posted at the standard where the silencing of those who disagree with Mrs Prentice’s personal political philosophy is standard procedure?
If I follow your line of reasoning then I have to agree , that, like you, I think that Aunty Lynn is indeed a “petty tyrant incapable of of tolerating vigorous dissent. That last sentence of yours took balls to write.
Yip audit is the way.
I know a guy that sells all those lil plastic trays to takeways outfits.
IRD audits him, gets all his sales info then audits his customers saying you brought 1000 trays so where is the turnover?
IRD does actually look for avoidance of tax through the hiding cash transactions. They compare similar businesses and the amount of taxable income they report, and if one business has relatively low income compared to their expenses they may be investigated.
But this only addresses businesses that hide sales through cashies. Many individuals deal in the shadow economy, that’s much harder to identify.
dime – it’s been reported that Cunliffe is chatting to all the Labour MPs about their future. I wondered if that was related, Fenton seems to be selling her present far more than being open about her past.
Ever wonder what happened to Kiwi actor Daniel Logan, who played Boba Fett in the Star Wars prequels? Well, he pops up in the Kickstarter-funded Star Trek Continues as Ensign Tongaroa (although Kirk first mistakes him as Australian in the episode).
The show is actually very well done, with authentic sets based off the plans of the original TV series and the same music and effects. If you’re at all interested in Star Trek, it is well worth watching. Also features Chris Doohan, the son of original actor James Doohan, playing Scottie; his father’s role.
It’s utterly bizarre LK, you got to wonder at the mentality of the people involved that they could not see that it was a bad idea, for many reasons. The danger of fanaticism. And I’m really surprised it would happen in Denmark, I have to say.
TV One for once ran a fascinating account of the Nisbet murder that saw the case reopened as a result of a Coroner’s inquest . As a result the psycho Helen Milner was duly arrested, charged and convicted of murder.
An interesting aspect of the case were the typed suicide notes one unsigned and the other signed. The signed note was easily picked up as a forgery by family member Lee- Anne Cartier turned amateur sleuth . This somehow eluded the police investigation which wasn’t that hot.
But what is interesting is the typed suicide notes. A rather extraordinary thing for Mr Nisbet to do when allegedly bent on suicide.Much, much easier to write one ,surely.?
This sounds all to familiar now ,doesn’t it.?
[lprent: I looked at a demerit system and vote-up/vote-down systems. I found them a tad impersonal and too easy to use as a crowd bully system. I prefer have some guidelines, a very sharp boundary, and to give adults the personal touch myself. I find it encourages the desired results in a direct manner while limiting “crowd” noise. ]
Very ironic, crowd bullying is widely practiced and protected at The Standard.
lprent doesn’t want it too easy for others to use crowd bullying systems because he wants to preserve that for himself and those he allows a free rein/reign.
WORTH A READ
How and Why you should fight ALL fines by an ex-Police Sergeant.
My name is Stan. I am a retired Sergeant of Police in Victoria for 14 years. I w…as also a police prosecutor at times, so I know what I am talking about. I spent half my life in Magistrates Court during my time in the Force. I was only ever a very fair copper, and I am proud of my time in the job, looking after the interests of Victorians, often to the detriment of my family and my health.
I never booked any driver for a trifling offence “ever”. People committing trifling offences commonly used to get a warning and a licence / vehicle check. It had to be serious before I booked anyone.
I am so annoyed at what is happening these days, in what I call “Indiscriminate revenue gathering” It is absolutely disgusting. The government and the Police Force need to hang their heads in shame. If you did a survey of current serving members of the police forces in this country, you would be hard pushed to find many who disagree with me.
I know how the legal system works, and I know how to beat the system. This is how to do it, and if about 10% of all drivers booked follow my specific instructions, then the entire system will crash and become unworkable to the extent, that the government will have no choice but to stop issuing fines for every type of traffic offence. The whole lot of them. Seriously.
I do not feel guilty about coming out with this information, as I think it’s about time someone stood up for hard working, civil minded, law abiding taxpayers in this country, who are being screwed.
This is very simple and very basic. The idea is to clog up the system in the traffic camera office and the courts by drivers exercising their rights to remain innocent until proven guilty.
SIMPLE BASIC LEGAL STEPS TO FOLLOW…………….
1. Do not accept the alleged offence. There are numerous valid reasons to dispute every single alleged offence. Often the charges are incorrect or the evidence is illegally or incorrectly gathered.
2. Challenge it, tell them that you are going to defend the matter. Make them earn their miserable $150 or $200 or whatever. They have to prepare evidence and witnesses. Just the wages for the camera operator or the Policeman on the day of the court, will be more than the actual fine. You are also taking a camera operator or a member of the Police Force off the street for the day. But it won’t get to that point…..read on….
3. If a court date is ever set, and it does not suit you, do not accept it, ask for a delay to a time and place that suits you.
4. When they re set the date, delay it as often as possible. keep pleading not guilty all through the process. You have every right to be sick, or go for an adjournment if the day does not suit for any legitimate reason. For example you may have pressing family or work commitments which prevent you from attending a particular court on a particular day.
5. If it ever actually gets to court, (which is unlikely if everyone does this) and if you are unwell that day, ring the court in the morning and tell them that you cannot make it as you are sick. The camera operator, and a police prosecutor will already be at court, and will be greatly inconvenienced, by having to come back another day. The whole time this is going on, the amount of paperwork involved at the traffic camera office is huge. Several staff are involved, and it rapidly becomes very costly, probably running into thousands. …..with me so far…..keep reading…….
6. The court system is then placed under such a massive load by people who wanted “their day in court” that it simply will not be able to cope unless they open up about another 50 magistrates courts, and this is obviously going to cost the government a lot more than any revenue raised. If all the above fails, which is highly unlikely….and you actually go to court and get convicted……you have a right of appeal. Make sure you appeal the conviction. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to see what happens. They are not going to spend millions chasing hundreds.
7 Tell everyone you know to challenge their alleged offences, and the entire system will crash within a few weeks.
8. Please pass this on. AND ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY AND THAT THERE IS A VERY HIGH PROBABILITY THAT THE EVIDENCE USED AGAINST YOU IS WRONG. YOU HAVE EVERY RIGHT TO CHALLENGE ANY ALLEGED OFFENCE. THIS IS WHY COURTS EXIST….SO USE THEM……A LOT.
Removing Oriwa Kemp’s baby ‘inhumane’
By Rebecca Malcolm – ROTORUA DAILY POST
12:30 PM Monday Feb 10, 2014
One of those who gave evidence into the inquest of Rotorua toddler Nia Glassie believes the woman convicted of abusing the tot should still have the right to be a mother – and has classed the removal of her newborn baby as “inhumane”.
Rotorua’s Merepeka Raukawa-Tait has spoken out against the move and believes Child, Youth and Family need to answer questions around the support given to Kemp leading up to the baby’s birth.
Mrs Raukawa-Tait, the former head of Women’s Refuge, said the safety of the child should be the priority but she didn’t believe the child should have just been seized because the mother came with history.
“I believe it is rather an inhumane response to remove a newborn from its mother.”
Kemp’s history couldn’t be brushed under the table, but that didn’t mean she’d lost any right to be a mother, Mrs Raukawa-Tait said.
“MRS RAUKAWA-TAIT – YOU CUNT!!!! – Knowing all that we know (see below) and you think that other CUNT!!! Oriwa Kemp should be around children. I fucking hate you enough to do you in myself”.
A SHORT BUT TORTURED LIFE (Sickening!)
Abuse suffered by Rotorua three-year-old Nia Glassie during her short but tortured life included:
* Kicked in the face, causing her nose to bleed;
* Hit, slapped, punched and jumped on;
* Objects such as shoes thrown at her;
* Verbal insults, for example continually being told she was ugly;
* Forced into a television cabinet drawer;
* Dragged through the sandpit half-naked;
* Shoved into piles of rubbish;
* Made to bathe in cold water in mid-winter;
* Folded into a sofa and sat on;
* Flung against the wall;
* Held high in the air and dropped to the floor;
* Used for adult wrestling moves copied from a Playstation game;
* Whirled rapidly on a rotary clothesline until flung off;
* Put into a tumble dryer and spun on high temperature;
* Had her head and feet dangled into the fireplace when the fire was lit;
* Kicked repeatedly in the head because she was crying;
* Left lying in a coma for 36 hours without medical attention.
Nia Glassie died on August 3, 2007, from massive bleeding between her skull and brain, 12 days after being taken to hospital.
So, do the rate-paying beachgoers, boaties and residents of the Waitemata Harbour coastline think it’s good that the shameless, lying, deceitful, shifty, weaselling and premature ejaculating Mayor spends this initial $250 mill on his silly trainset, or would they prefer that the money was spent on fixing that city’s third world sewage and stormwater system so that the city’s William the Thurds don’t set sail on the harbour whenever it rains.
Vote green if you think that pants down Brown is just a fcuking cnut.
Vote red if you think: “no way, I like looking at and swimming in shit, especially if it’s somebody else’s and in fact, let’s save money by abandoning the entire sewage system and just pour it into the harbour”
Dear God. Pass me the smelling salts. I just looked at a TV3 interview with Mr. Ed trying to shaft John key about the Aussie trip. I had to turn it off as I could not stand the dribble from the pearly one. Bloody Labour just will not let it go.
‘Murder accused Mauha Huatahi Fawcett told police he said “Sieg heil” and he and other Mongrel Mob members barked like dogs during the assault that killed Christchurch sex worker Ngatai Lynette Manning, the Crown says.
Crown prosecutor Pip Currie said it was the Crown case that Fawcett, now aged 26, had been directed to stab Manning, 27, when he was a gang prospect for the Aotearoa chapter of the Mongrel Mob in December 2008.
The gang had been involved in “minding” and “taxing” sex workers plying their trade along the city’s red light district in Manchester St, she told the High Court in Christchurch.’
Well, well, well… Who would believe it. Remember how the ‘decriminalise prostitution’ lobby lead by Tim Barnett managed to get prostitution laws changed back in 2003 in order to get prostitution away from gang control? And yet 5 years later in 2008 we had the Mongrel Mob taxing the hookers whilst they plied their merry little trade on Christchurch’s Manchester St. And no doubt they and other gangs are continuing to do so in towns and cities throughout NZ as I type.
There is a message in this for all those Kiwibloggers and ACT Party apparatchiks who tell us that recreational drugs should similarly be decriminalised as this will get drug supply away from the clutches of similar gangs.
It ain’t gonna happen, chappies. Your arguments are hollow. Where there are hookers there are gangs ready to get their cut. Where their are drugs there will be gangs wanting their share of the action.
When Kim Dotcom looked around the world for a country he could USE as a bolthole
to avoid facing Justice in the USA he chose NZ.
He thought, fuck, if a loser like Bill Liu can have Labour politicians jumping through hoops
for just $25.000 then this is the country for me.
Think what I could achieve if I put on a fireworks display for these fools ?
Now, with just the fukin hint that there cud be some dollars in the offing Labour and the Greens
want to offer Dotcom amnesty.
Three guys are drinking in a bar when a drunk comes in, staggers up to them, and points at the guy in the middle, shouting, “I just did your mama in the kitchen.”
Everyone expects a fight, but the guy ignores him and the drunk wanders off and stands at the far end of the bar.
Ten minutes later, the drunk comes back, points to the same guy, and says, “I just took your mama doggy style, and it was swe-e-et!”
Again the guy refuses to take the bait, and the drunk wanders off.
Ten minutes later he comes back and announces, “Your mom even let me…”
Finally the guy sighs and says, “Go home, Dad – you’re drunk!”
Spare a thought for those Aussie taxpayers.
I have just seen a programme on Comedy Central called Housos.
It is possibly the worst programme to ever come out of Australia.
Kath and Kim had humour, but Housos is the pits. And it is paid for by their SBS taxpayer funded artsy crafty bullshit. It must be awfully embarrassing to most Australians.
It is worth watching just to see how far those film makers, with their mouth engorged on the taxpayers’ tits, can descend. Caution; watching it might endanger your mental health.
Ja’ame seems a little bit better, but not by much.