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Accentuating the Liberal in Classical Liberal: Advocating Ascendency of the Individual & a Politick & Literature to Fight the Rise & Rise of the Tax Surveillance State. 'Illigitum non carborundum'.

Liberty and freedom are two proud words that have been executed from the political lexicon: they were frog marched and stood before a wall of blank minds, then forcibly blindfolded, and shot, with the whimpering staccato of ‘equality’ and ‘fairness’ resounding over and over. And not only did this atrocity go unreported by journalists in the mainstream media, they were in the firing squad.

The premise of this blog is simple: the Soviets thought they had equality, and welfare from cradle to grave, until the illusory free lunch of redistribution took its inevitable course, and cost them everything they had. First to go was their privacy, after that their freedom, then on being ground down to an equality of poverty only, for many of them their lives as they tried to escape a life behind the Iron Curtain. In the state-enforced common good, was found only slavery to the prison of each other's mind; instead of the caring state, they had imposed the surveillance state to keep them in line. So why are we accumulating a national debt to build the slave state again in the West? Where is the contrarian, uncomfortable literature to put the state experiment finally to rest?

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Thursday, November 27, 2014

The Police Grinch Christmas: + Wowser MP Iain Lees-Galloway #WowserNation

On news drivers will be pulled over this Christmas even if only 1 km/hr over the speed limit, combined with MP Iain Wowser-Galloway's halving of the blood alcohol limit to roughly two standard drinks per hour for a male - that's two mouthfuls - I'd like to invite both the land transport personnel of police and Wowser-Galloway to go to hell.

Neither the speed intolerance nor the halved alcohol limit will save lives: both measures punish the responsible, while the irresponsible will drink, drive and speed as much as they ever have. The worst about both programs is they will be the death of rural hospitality, already crippled.

Both tweets following show how this police speed pogram is set to unjustly ransack the bank accounts and driving records of law-abiding Kiwis who are going peacefully about their lives, and have a right to be left alone (if this were a Free Land). In the face of police speed intolerance, we need to start being intolerant of policies such as this from our police. Every driver who is ticketed between 101 and 104 km/hr contest it in court even if your chances are forlorn - although both points below may well be valid defences for 1 km/hr tickets. Use up police time, money and resources so it hurts them also. Every driver who is inconvenienced by being pulled over and warned, write to the Minister of Police and demand sensible land transport policy, not this revenue generating bullshit. They waste our time, we waste their time:

To police land transport and Wowser-Galloway, f**k-you Christmas.


  1. 'Don't blame me, I don't pass the laws' the coppa will say, 'if you don't like it get the politicians to change the law' they will say, 'just doin my job(Nuremberg defence), it's for your safety' they will say...

    Meanwhile paedos get a free ride (repeat answers above)
    And not a word outta retired coppa's or the police union(unless they want a payrise) then it's all hands on deck...


    Grow some stones NZ Pol and quit bustin citizens balls,
    It's getting F-ing boring!!!

    1. The speed intolerance won't save a life, and those who crash due to alcohol will be over the old blood alcohol limit (normally, they'll be off the register).

      But this will make it even harder for what little rural hospitality is left. We spend a lot of time in the Marlborough restaurant/wineries, which are a 40 minute drive from where we are in the Mahau Sound. I'm simply not going to go have a meal at a winery without having a wine, and new wowser blood alcohol limit does not allow me to 'have a wine'. And that's sad for everyone involved.

    2. Also, the police are still reliant on public support which is gained via respect. A cop sitting either side of a passing lane ticketing everyone 1 k/hr over the speed limit, and they will be sitting there - as they always do south of Ashburton, then along the Kaikoura highway - has only my contempt.

      Their nonsense speed intolerance, between 100 k/hr and 104 k/hr, and now 101 k/hr, is only buying into my intolerance of them.

  2. Hehe speed kills they say...

    I always say what about the Auto-bahn...

    They never blame poor roading(don't wanna bite the hand that feeds them)

    They then repeat the answers I gave above...

    Then I say get the Army to build the roads...

  3. Oh yeah there's a way to beat the breath-o

    I won't say over the wire, but it works up-to about a dozen drinks

  4. A cop on the radio was talking about the realistic expectation of zero road deaths in the future. Are they going to ban tourists from driving and kick my mother in law of the road? With foolishness like that abounding the traffic police deserve our contempt. Its a bit sad that having driven for about 40 years I've seen cars and roads improve (cars amazingly so) yet point to point speeds are probably lower than when I started driving. Its progress Jim but not as we know it.

    The alcohol change is ridiculous. You get a fine and 50 points for being not under the influence and they send you on your way. Mafia wankers.


    1. In near future there will be near zero road deaths, but that's via driverless cars: and they're the only thing which will save the few remaining country pubs in the wowser nation we've become.

      Despite what I said I won't stop going to the Marlborough wineries because we love them, and I won't stop drinking the safe amount I have with a meal. I have a spotless driving record, no demerits, no scrapes or crashes, nothing, across 34 years, so wait for the noise if Iain Wowser-Galloway is responsible for criminalising me.

  5. Can you say REVENUE-RAISING...
    Any excuse for the State to put their hands in your pockets,
    Them pricks are like paedos,
    They just can't help themselves...

    1. Yes, the 1 km/hr intolerance can be about nothing other than revenue. Every man-hour spent on that is better spent on actual crime.

  6. That's sum Sheriff of Nottingham garbage...

    We got the crazy crew
    You think you comin' we say
    "Na na na"
    We got the block locked up

    The foes that oppose me by proxy
    They try to get foxy, they try to rock me
    They say, they got the 40 cal glok
    With the 30 round clip and they losin' their damn grip

    Well, I came back from hell so goddamn fit
    I'll bust your lip and make you strip
    You can play them games but don't play 'em in my park
    I'll spill a wild bill, before you get out you town car

    Rantin' and ravin', claimin' you're armed
    I'll do the hit myself and then eat a chicken parm
    Mackin' like bumpy, the business is boomin'
    I'll chop your ass up like, I was Jimmy Coonan

    The westy, honey don't test me
    Ooh, [Incomprehensible] ate 5 blotters
    And things are gettin' kinda wacked

    If you can't live the lie, let it die
    And if you can't live a life full of strife
    Just say oops and jump through hoops
    And get to the end of the line


  7. I got bear hug for my brothers
    And I got no love for the others
    So c'mon kids, you ain't built for bids
    You'll get jacked in the ass like a sucker

    "Mucho Dinero", the man with the hat said
    He changed his mind once the crack in his head bled
    Movin' and shakin' the brittle illusion
    Referrin', concurrin' and workin' out solutions

    Know your man, know his game
    Don't be ashamed from where you came
    If you ask me
    I'd rather have money than fame

    We got the crazy crew
    You think you comin' we say
    "Na na na"
    "Na na na"

    All you thieving lying SOB's are on notice,
    Robin Hood ain't gonna take your nonsense

  8. Police Oath

    I, [name], swear that I will faithfully and diligently serve Her (or His) Majesty [specify the name of the reigning Sovereign], Queen (or King) of New Zealand, her (or his) heirs and successors, without favour or affection, malice or ill-will. While a constable I will, to the best of my power, keep the peace and prevent offences against the peace, and will, to the best of my skill and knowledge, perform all the duties of the office of constable according to law. So help me God."

    F all of you oath breakin' tin deputies and Sheriff of Nottinghams!!!