Greens extolling virtues of cars and KFC!

June 29th, 2014 at 10:00 am by David Farrar

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It’s not their fault. They have been conditioned by colonial oppression to be unable to resist the advertising, which of course must be banned.

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38 Responses to “Greens extolling virtues of cars and KFC!”

  1. WineOh (630 comments) says:

    This advertisement proudly brought to you by the ‘Double Down’ burger – packed with as much chicken oppression and irony as we can stomach!

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  2. tom hunter (4,838 comments) says:

    Perhaps the population should simply see all these “NO” policies from the Greens less as their trying to save society than as a plea for help:
    Stop us before we do something terrible to ourselves!

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  3. hj (7,011 comments) says:

    The influence of the Marxists makes the Greens duplicitous twisters, since Marxism doesn’t recognise problems emanating from mass humanity itself.

    “It is anathema to myself – as it is to the Green Party – that any person should interest themselves in the right of any one to choose how many children they have,” said Mr Locke.

    https://www.greens.org.nz/press-releases/greens%E2%80%99-population-policy-misinterpreted

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  4. davidp (3,581 comments) says:

    The photo tag says that the photo was taken in Parnell. I’m surprised that they didn’t use public transport. The reason Auckland needs more and wider motorways is: 1. To allow Greens to drive to KFC. 2. So that Auckland council workers can speed around town in their council-only buses, rather than have to use the train. 3. So that Len Brown’s chauffeur-driven council car can follow him down the motorway on the odd occasion he takes the train. 4. So that Green spokesperson Robyn Malcolm can drive herself home after an evening out drinking.

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  5. RRM (9,919 comments) says:

    :neutral: Yes, because parking in the street near a KFC = endorsing KFC.

    Stupid little girl. Tell us how your Daddy pays too much tax Brittany.

    You can do better than this DPF!

    (That car uses less gas than a Prius, btw… )

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  6. Redbaiter (8,823 comments) says:

    “(That car uses less gas than a Prius, btw… )”

    Yes but you drive a car that uses more gas and causes far more pollution because you like that car. (as you have said)

    Should the law be changed so as you have no choice about what car you drive?

    Should govt be initiating law changes that are deliberately designed to affect your choice of car?

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  7. RRM (9,919 comments) says:

    Baiter –
    My long term toy car goal is to have two matching Triumphs – one perfectly restored and completely original, and the other re-powered with a Honda Euro Accord engine, S2000 gearbox and a Silvia back axle. People are making 400kw + from sleeved K24s with about 10psi of boost. Best little engines in the world. Should get a rise out of eco-warriors and V8 heads at the same time. When the project is complete I’ll send in a photo of me eating KFC in it at the end of a long strip of rubber..

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  8. dog_eat_dog (780 comments) says:

    RRM: Proof of the old lore that instead of saying something proving that you’re an idiot, it’s better to shut your mouth and leave people in some doubt.

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  9. YesWeDid (1,048 comments) says:

    So let me get this right, spending 2 hours visiting a company in China is in no way endorsing that company but parking your car outside a company is?

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  10. RRM (9,919 comments) says:

    dog_eat_dog – thank you for your enlightening contribution!

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  11. davidp (3,581 comments) says:

    RRM> Yes, because parking in the street near a KFC = endorsing KFC.

    What do you mean by “near”? Aren’t they in the KFC car park?

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  12. Other_Andy (2,676 comments) says:

    What the……
    Gave yeswedid a thumb up.
    What’s this world coming to?

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  13. Anthony (796 comments) says:

    Is it not trespassing if you park in KFC but don’t eat there?

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  14. davidp (3,581 comments) says:

    YesWeDid>So let me get this right, spending 2 hours visiting a company in China is in no way endorsing that company

    Are you talking about Rick Barker who flew right across China to visit a cement factory belonging to a person he’d never really met, who’d never donated money to the Labour Party, and who’d given thousands of bucks to Barker’s daughter’s rowing club only by chance? Because if you are, I think Barker has explained that he’d always wanted to visit a cement factory, and the one just a few kilometers down the road from this Hastings electorate was far FAR too remote to visit.

    But… I love the way that the Left and their supporters want to keep the Liu issue in the public eye. If I were Cunliffe I’d want to put it all behind me, but the Left just want to keep re-litigating the issues.

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  15. stephieboy (3,063 comments) says:

    Agreed Yeswedid.The spurious assertions impliedby the parked Mazda beggars belief.it amounts to a crude propaganda ploy that is childish , an infantile form of name calling.
    It does no credit to KB in publishing the remark and will certainly make no difference to the Greens support base that appears to be growing at the moment.
    Who cares anyway.!
    PS .Yes it days raise issues about those visits to that company in china.

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  16. Other_Andy (2,676 comments) says:

    @davidp

    Thumb up as well.

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  17. SGA (1,028 comments) says:

    Sorry, I’m missing something here – photo shows a Green Party car in or near a KFC? Had they actually been in the KFC or something?

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  18. Fox (206 comments) says:

    I’m waiting for the Green Party press release to tell us she was only there to use the toilets…

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  19. Viking2 (11,471 comments) says:

    Redbaiter (7,310 comments) says:
    June 29th, 2014 at 10:37 am

    “(That car uses less gas than a Prius, btw… )”

    Yes but you drive a car that uses more gas and causes far more pollution because you like that car. (as you have said)

    Should the law be changed so as you have no choice about what car you drive?

    Should govt be initiating law changes that are deliberately designed to affect your choice of car?
    =======================

    Baity boy, that’s bloody funny given your post about schools being able to change rules at a whim.

    Viking2 (11,069 comments) says:
    June 29th, 2014 at 10:59 am

    Redbaiter (7,301 comments) says:
    June 29th, 2014 at 10:21 am

    Its very simple Viking.

    1) The guy agrees to go to the school and abide by the rules the management specifies. The management reserves the right to change those rules at any time.

    what can I say????????? but dur :lol:

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  20. citizensam (1 comment) says:

    Oh look, here’s a picture of John Key next to Helen Clark. Must mean he endorses her and everything she stands for:

    http://arntrnassets.mediaspanonline.com/radio/n00/1429430/John-Key-meets-with-Helen-Clark-in-New-York-Twitter-Barry-Soper_w350.jpg

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  21. Paulus (2,627 comments) says:

    Greenpeace and Labour Motto

    “Don’t do what I do, do what I say” ………

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  22. gump (1,647 comments) says:

    @davidp

    “The photo tag says that the photo was taken in Parnell.”

    ———————–

    It’s nowhere near Parnell. The picture shows the KFC which is near the intersection of Dominion Rd and Balmoral Rd (which is on the other side of town from Parnell).

    What’s funny about this picture is that the Green Party vehicle isn’t even parked in the KFC carpark. It’s parked on Dunbar St in an on-street carpark. Here’s a link to Google Street-view showing where it was parked.

    https://www.google.com/maps/@-36.886423,174.74743,3a,75y,192.46h,79.17t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sJ0JqxZOMVvKPf435GVKeuw!2e0

    It’s strange to see DPF publishing a lie. But I guess he depends on the honesty of the people that submit photos like this.

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  23. lurcher1948 (151 comments) says:

    It’s strange to see DPF publishing a lie. But I guess he depends on the honesty of the people that submit photos like this.

    bullshit pictures are the staple diet of the bitter right,gives them a chance to rant.

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  24. ross411 (838 comments) says:

    RRM (9,314 comments) says:
    June 29th, 2014 at 10:32 am
    Stupid little girl. Tell us how your Daddy pays too much tax Brittany.

    Be an adult, attack the message and not the messenger. It doesn’t have to get personal, unless you make it, and for some reason you did.

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  25. Redbaiter (8,823 comments) says:

    Viking- The trouble seems to be that a lot of National people can’t see the distinction between govt and a privately managed entity. A shame really, because its in the party’s founding principles-

    to encourage private enterprise; to safeguard individual rights and the privilege of ownership; to oppose interference by the State in business, and State control of industry”.

    IOW, govts should be small and unnoticeable, but when they penalise you for driving a car of your choice, or force the management of private schools to accept a court’s interpretation of their own rules via some liberal/ progressive judge, they’re doing exactly what their principles tell them they shouldn’t do.

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  26. Ed Snack (1,872 comments) says:

    Yep, definitely the KFC in Balmoral, that car park is at the hall I think, over the road from the KFC.

    But it’s nice framing; given the Greens (and other leftoids) penchant for making such nebulous associations a point of accusation, it’s a clear case of what’s sauce for the goose…

    I think it’s sorta funny, and it does show that the non-left community is wising up a little to the tricks and techniques of the left and is replying in kind. With luck it will undermine the whole point of these “guilt by association” campaigns.

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  27. stephieboy (3,063 comments) says:

    Ed Snack, doesn’t look like the Balmoral KFC and I do live nearby.Maybe you should confine yourself to tripe like Michelle was born in Sierra Leone or the Fed is run by the Rothchilds etc.

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  28. davidp (3,581 comments) says:

    gump>It’s nowhere near Parnell. The picture shows the KFC which is near the intersection of Dominion Rd and Balmoral Rd (which is on the other side of town from Parnell).

    I’m not familiar with Auckland. But even I know that Dominion Road is a major bus route. So my question remains… Why don’t the Greens take the bus that they think the rest of us should use?

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  29. lurcher1948 (151 comments) says:

    I’m not familiar with Auckland. But even I know that Dominion Road is a major bus route. So my question remains… Why don’t the Greens take the bus that they think the rest of us should use?

    It gets better the above dipshit davidp might think god im thick and stupid the green office person might have meetings all over but fuck lets rant on kiwiblog,hell wanking and ranting is how the right exist.

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  30. gump (1,647 comments) says:

    @stephieboy

    “Ed Snack, doesn’t look like the Balmoral KFC and I do live nearby.”

    ———————

    It’s definitely the KFC in Balmoral. The photo has been taken from the northern side of Dunbar St looking south along Dominion Rd.

    The big building in the centre of the background with the cellular antennas on the roof is the Capitol Cinema.

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  31. cha (4,017 comments) says:

    With luck it will undermine the whole point of these “guilt by association” campaigns.

    There’s a halal butchers shop across the road too.
    /

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  32. Tauhei Notts (1,712 comments) says:

    I was at the Otara Market yesterday morning and saw a tee shirt I should have bought.
    It was a KFC tee shirt with a picture of Colonel Sanders with fuzzy black hair and a darkened face.
    Underneath the picture it had the slogan;
    “Kai For Cuzzies”
    And you people wondered what KFC stood for?
    Beautiful!

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  33. somewhatthoughtful (465 comments) says:

    Maybe david posted the lie in order to illustrate the frustration from the smear and gossip wing of the national party towards the youth wing…

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  34. itstricky (1,830 comments) says:

    The photo tag says that the photo was taken in Parnell.

    Or probably more likely where the poster was when she submitted the photo. Sitting in a swanky Jaffa cafe sipping mochas while screaming OMG!, look at my Gucci watch, will you? OMG! with her friends. If it’s a piss-take by the lady/DPF then it’s funny. But the comments attached to it by the two of them suggest they think they’re really serious… … ….

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  35. wikiriwhis business (3,998 comments) says:

    Anyone who can kick Coca Cola out of a country has got to be special.

    Let’s remember, National backed down very fast at a Mach Schnell rate of speed from their fast food tax.

    McDonalds is too big for them

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  36. Left Right and Centre (2,979 comments) says:

    It’s not their fault. They have been conditioned by colonial oppression to be unable to resist the advertising, which of course must be banned.

    Kentucky Fried Funnybone – hahahahaha – brilliant. (You suck-up sack of &%^*)

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  37. Left Right and Centre (2,979 comments) says:

    I’m not a Green supporter. This looks very similar to the AT staff shuttle mountain / molehill.

    It’s just about the same. What if – they used their staff car to get some KFC ? And it was right on a bus route end to end ? So fuckin what ? Big deal !! Who gives a shit ? Hypocrites ? Maybe.

    It’s a catch-22. How do you change the system if you’re losing a lot of time using the current one that you claim needs changing ?

    Worse than the car thing is giving KFC any money. Where do they get the micro-foetus chicken parts from, huh ? Don’t get me wrong – smell and taste is killer.

    Oh well – I take it as light-hearted – it’s frequent flyers of junk food that are fatties – who knows what the pictured Greenies eat overall ? Maybe there’s a new kale burger out ?

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  38. KiwiGreg (3,255 comments) says:

    It’s my local KFC. I can confirm gump is correct. As has been pointed out they are just parked in the street outside the KFC so no proof they went in.

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