Give it to Goff

Now that Key has announced the election date, we’re in for almost a year of bullshit. Ten months of the same old scenario. The farce that nowadays passes for democracy. The event that supplies the reason for the left’s obsession with controlling the education system and the media. The event that if everything goes according to plan, will allow them to once again start interfering and controlling and regulating and taxing and stealing and lying and generally doing what leftist governments all over the world do. That is send countries broke. I mean it. The left’s plan is to send countries broke.

What have we learned from the Key government’s brief interlude at bed warming for Labour’s return? That it is futile. National are just a slightly less deep shade of red, and are driving the train perhaps a little slower, but we’re still on the same line heading for the same destination. There is no answer via the ballot box to the death grip that the left have on New Zealand.

If anyone hasn’t yet woken up to the leftist’s long term strategy they need their heads examined. Its clear from events in other countries and news that comes to us by the unfiltered internet rather than the left’s propaganda agents in the media, that they have never wanted any other outcome but a broken system, riots in the streets and the seizure of power by leftist groups who have all this time been waiting in the wings to implement the plan.

Look at Europe. Look at the Middle East and Africa and Asia. Look at history. The left have worked the same plan time and time again, and since the fall of the Berlin wall they’ve been working on taking over the west through the destruction of the capitalist system, riots in the streets and seizing power by force. They never saw democracy as anything else but as a means to incrementally achieve this long term objective.

So, what’s the point in electing a bunch of train drivers who are only going to make the journey more time consuming? Elect Phil Goff. Let him get on with the master plan, and let’s get down to the real nitty gritty- the rioting in the streets part. Because that is the inevitable conclusion of leftist policies. Why else would Phil Goff, when NZ is in its most precarious economic position for some time, be advocating policies that will tip the country into the chasm of bankruptcy?

To hell with it. If that’s what you want Phil, then bring it on boy. I can riot as good as any damn stinking loser leftist. Put your best team out there and let’s see how it goes. Forget this silly farce of pretending to respect democracy. You’ve made it clear how much contempt you have for that system. You want the Cuban model, or the Chinese model, well hell, go for it you dirty little commie dog.

For those out there who would rather not see Phil’s planned outcomes eventuate then my advice is to sell up, put all your cash into a tradeable stock, and leave NZ. Don’t think it ain’t going to happen. Phil Goff and the whole leftist edifice that controls NZ want it, and there doesn’t appear to be any force ready to oppose it, or any chance to avoid it. Least of all the coming election.

30 thoughts on “Give it to Goff

  1. I refuse to vote for any of the bastards. It’s one thing to be taken for a fool, quite another to behave like one and pretend the game isn’t rigged.
    Fuck ’em all.

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  2. There is an option. Vote ACT. If you are not happy with ACT’s policy join ACT and lobby within the party for change. Contrary to what some think the ACT Party is not Rodney First.

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  3. I don’t think I can bring myself to vote ACT, I voted National at the last election to get rid of Clark and hoped against hope they’d act like a conservative party, would’ve voted ACT this time but for Rodney’s shenanigans…

    The Libz are too far out there, I lean libertarian but even I don’t want to live in the Republic of New Freeland… I think they should learn from the US Lib Party about not putting all the crazy upfront…

    So all in all it looks like I’ll have to be a dirty, non-voting hobo type…

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  4. I was for ACT when I thought they were a small government low tax party. Then I learned they were liberals and my enthusiasm evaporated. They need to firm up on their message, but I fear its too late.

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  5. Agreed, the Libertarianz are too “out there”. But I don’t see the Libertarianz as a serious political entity anyway. It is really just a forum for a small clique of Objectivist snobs to engage in ideological masturbation. Metaphorically, the Libz party is a copy of Razzle and a jar of hand-cream.

    ACT ? I’ve voted for them since 1996. Hide’s expenditure issues aside, I’m just damn sick and tired of their bitching, in-fighting and inability to stand up to / sidestep the media.

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  6. “Metaphorically, the Libz party is a copy of Razzle and a jar of hand-cream.”

    Ha ha- so right. In NZ, a bunch of posturing would be elitists whose prime political focus is homosexual marriage and drug taking.

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  7. The Libz are a joke. A 1,000 member party that manages about 995 votes come election time.

    Chuck, it’s never been about ACT’s policies. There are some I personally disagree with, but at least they have a plan. The problem has been their personnel, and the fact they allow peripheral issues to distract them from their plan. ACT, sadly, are heading towards electoral oblivion. I’ve written about this at length elsewhere. Their brand has been irreparably damaged by Hide’s issues, the party’s internal clown-act and the vicious MSM campaign against them.

    I read an interesting Open Letter to John Key on the Coastal Coalition’s Facebook site this morning (can’t link to it because I’m at work and FB is blocked). It was from a SA immigrant who has taken NZ citizenship. One of the things he said was he intends to advise anyone and everyone that if they object to the Nats policy (primarily the MACATMB), they should spoil their ballots. That way the Nats will know that every spoiled ballot is a vote against them. He wasn’t advocating voting for any other party, because I suspect he understands none are deserving of encouragement. So, maybe if we all take the time to attend a polling station and submit a spoiled ballot, the message will start getting through?

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  8. One thing about Key which I haven’t been able to put my finger on was his support for the Clark / Bradford anti-smacking law . . then his refusal to repeal it in spite of 88% of the country wanting it gone?

    Is he listening to his advisory group telling him that the repeal of the law will be used to blame the Nats for every Maori kid who gets beaten to death thereafter, or does he actually believe in this disgusting piece of statist social engineering ? Who can say.

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  9. . . a bunch of posturing would be elitists whose prime political focus is homosexual marriage and drug taking.

    Heh !

    There’s more than one or two of those types in ACT, too.

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  10. @Gantt… You reckon spoil a ballot like the photo of the spoiled RNC donor letter in an earlier post..?

    Maybe strike it out, writing:

    “Give me a real Conservative Party and I’ll vote”

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  11. “…put all your cash into a tradeable stock, …”

    What about gold and silver. American businesses are accepting gold coins now. And apparently they have more spending power than normal currency.

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  12. Sinner, of course a spoiled ballot is a vote for Labour. The union scum who hold Labour together will vote in droves anyway to try and unseat Vidkun. That’s the whole point mate. We’re never gonna get a Conservative government in New Zealand, and I’d rather send the National Party (which at least ostensibly has *some* conservative values) a clear message about where their future lies than for Vidkun to go on deluding himself that he is serving National’s core constituency.

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  13. @Baiter, I was thinking before Christmas that’d blow out the whole election, but I read Freakonomics during one of my inumerable plane rides over the last 6 weeks (fly my Carbon emission pretties, fly) and, while some of it was dubious, I found the chapter on the complete lack of correlation between election spending and result very interesting (as an aside the new electoral act placing slightly higher limits on election spending is a disgrace and another reason not to vote National)…

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  14. Top down bottom up, the whole system is stacked against those who actually produce the wealth in this country. Things are not the best and one could be forgiven for wondering where it will all end. If we embrace socialism then it’s all over red rover, I just wonder who will step in to fill the void when the guns come out. The only benefit we have as a country is the population is well armed and the NWO well not get an easy ride when they come to “save us”.

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  15. “(as an aside the new electoral act placing slightly higher limits on election spending is a disgrace and another reason not to vote National)…”

    Yep, all they can do is tinker around the edges. If they were worth a pinch of goat excrement, they’d start rolling so much stuff back.

    Bob- farmers should start a Tea Party.

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  16. I’ve often wondered why farmers don’t form the Farmers Party… National ain’t it anymore…

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  17. “Wonder what will happen if the All Black’s go down at the World Cup?”

    The AB’s have Pike River at the back of their minds. If they can’t win this year why will they win any year after????

    It’s this year or never.

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  18. “I was for ACT when I thought they were a small government low tax party. Then I learned they were liberals and my enthusiasm evaporated. They need to firm up on their message, but I fear its too late.”

    I am well aware of the liberal influence in ACT. I cannot see that as a reason not to support them as nearly all the liberal ideas are not ACT policy.

    I am an active ACT Party member and am not afraid to make my conservative views known. If a party has a lot of policies you support but a few you do not the answer is to join the party and lobby within the party not just dismiss the party.

    All those who say they will not vote have very little credibility.

    If Rodney did not get elected we would have has a Labour led government. Hopefully, if ACT gets in with enough members to make a difference they will drive a harder bargain.

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  19. “All those who say they will not vote have very little credibility.”
    And ACT has? Don’t make me laugh.
    All those who say they will vote have even less bloody credibility–remember the definition of insanity? “doing the thing that failed last time again and again in the belief that somehow, this time, it will turn out differently”.

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  20. “I am well aware of the liberal influence in ACT. I cannot see that as a reason not to support them as nearly all the liberal ideas are not ACT policy.”

    let’s try that again:
    “I am well aware of the liberal influence in the National Party. I cannot see that as a reason not to support them as nearly all the liberal ideas are not National Party policy.”
    National Party policy, of course doesn’t mention an utter failure to address what ails NZ, doesn’t mention the intention to give away the beaches to Maori, doesn’t mention their intention to ignore the expressed will of their supporters.
    “Policy” ain’t worth a damn. It’s merely the window-dressing used to sell the (almost indistinguishable) product.

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  21. “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice , shame on me.”

    The Nats have to know that their traditional supporters are deserting them, but they don’t seem to worry……………they’ll just collect more from the left and the racists.

    What is sad is the ‘bitter-enders’ clinging onto the hope that Key will change. He won’t!

    And the MP will stay with the Nats just as long as Key keeps on giving into them. As I said before, they are just one disagreement away from pulling their support.

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  22. Sinner, that is not how MMP works. A minor party like ACT or the Greens cannot and should not dictate tax policy to a major party. The is one reason why Key ruled Winston out. Winston would like to be kind maker again and make unreasonable demands.

    ACT could push harder on issues like the ETS and the beaches but they need the numbers to do so.

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  23. @MAWM: “What is sad is the ‘bitter-enders’ clinging onto the hope that Key will change. He won’t! ”

    Like the unending stream of Key-fellating drivel springing from the sycophants at No Minister, by chance?

    @Chuck: No, Key ruled Winston out because Winston is a crook.

    @Chuck: In one way, Sinner is right. Although I agree minor parties can’t dictate policy (although why the fuck Dunne got revenue baffles me every damn day), ACT is the party with a plan for the economy. The only party with a plan that doesn’t end in New Zealand falling off the bottom of the OECD charts. If not tax and economy, ACT needs to campaign this year on 2-3 very simple messages. They’ve been distracted this term by the side issues (including Rodney getting the poisoned chalice of the Super Shitty). A good campaign platform would be Douglas’ “Who Really Cares” series. Short, concise and easy-to-understand (even for sheeple who might otherwise vote National).

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  24. I still like an NZ Conservative Party to be formed and to run on a truly Conservative platform:

    – A privately owned Health system, with a competetive (i.e. open) government insurance with an opt out to private providers
    – A privately owned education system, with a voucher system and an opt out to private providers
    – A 12.5% flat tax with GST lowered to 12.5%
    – A referendum on the death penalty for child murders
    – Increased Defence, Court, Prison and Police spending
    – Mandatory sentencing
    – Gun rights for store attendants and home owners with increased rights to self defence
    – A Constitutional Convention to write a draft for LIMITED government
    – All SOE’s to be listed on the NZX stockmarket with 4,500,000 shares for each one issued, with one share given to each NZer…
    etc, etc

    My best hope is the US wakes up and I can move to New Hampshire, South Dakota, Utah or Montana…

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