Excuse me while I throw up…..

Maori parasitic wankers.
Perhaps they’ll export their expertise at bludging off the productive and bludgeoning their kids to death while they’re at it…

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17 Responses to Excuse me while I throw up…..

  1. mawm says:

    I don’t see them spending any of that 37 billion on promoting their language, their TV channel, their special schools, their people who attend university on special scholarships, their separate health care, their unmarried mothers, their welfare, etc, etc, ad nauseam.

    • KG says:

      Quite so. The bludging habit continues.
      They also expect the taxpayer to pick up the tab for promoting their maori businesses, none of which they would have without huge government theft and handouts. Those businesses exist only because of maori racism and separatism – and white cowardice.
      Key is a pandering thief.

      • Ronbo says:

        Key is a typical politically correct Socialist of the West World oligarchy and the enemy that must be overcome before redress of the “colored problem” can even be addressed. :evil:

      • Odakyu-sen says:

        Well, if the population doesn’t like that, then they can vote for a party that would cut an end to the pandering.

        I wonder who that could be?
        National? (Nope)
        Labour? (No)
        Greens? (Hell no!)
        Act? (Maybe?)
        United? (Who?)
        Gee, I’m kind of running out of options here….

        Will New Zealanders have the nouse to choose someone new? (I don’t like the chances…) We’ll have to wait and see.

        • mawm says:

          Party vote Craig’s conservatives – they are a whisker away from the 5% needed to keep out a green/brown/labour/winston/nut-jobs coalition, and maybe, just maybe, they’ll push Key to the right and stop yet another tax (capital gains) for the left to spend on crap.

          • Odakyu-sen says:

            A lot of people have told me that they will vote Conservative this time, so the system could be in for a bit of a surprise.

      • Cadwallader says:

        The only business for which they have any acumen is bludging. A lot of good that is!

    • The Gantt Guy says:

      Nope, nothing for the people they purport to exist for the purpose of helping.

      And yet, these tribe-owned corporations are registered charities, so … NO TAX!!!
      Big Machine Gun

      • mawm says:

        :shock: No Tax! I’m beginning to feeeeeel Maori. (Apparently that is all one needs to be able to claim to be Maori). I can save myself a whack each year and probably get a bit extra.

  2. Ronbo says:

    Breaking News: Neville Chamberlain, err Barack Obama, is visiting Estonia even while I type these lines, in order to address the NATO allies on the subject of Mr. Hitler…err Mr. Putin, who has marched his troops into the Rhineland, err Ukraine, in violation of the Versailles Treaty, whatever. :mrgreen:

    Anyhow, the bottom line is that we will have Peace In Our Time. :mrgreen: http://falfn.com/CrusaderRabbit/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_good.gif

    • Darin says:

      Forget all that Ron,America and the world need to know the important stuff-what is his current Golf score?Will he be able to play a round or three while he’s over there?Come on news man news, we need real news!

      • Ronbo says:

        Speaking of ideological rulers who will not bend with the times, Obama is starting to look like a latter day Nicholas II, the last Czar of Russia, whose “golfing game” was dressing up and playing soldier, while the Empire fell apart around him. :evil:

        Excellent article on the topic here:


        Alas poor, Nicky :!: He ended up executed by the revolutionaries, along with his family, servants and dogs; however, he never compromised his ideals of being autocrat.

        Ominous parallels for Barry and company, heh :?: :shock:

    • The Gantt Guy says:

      Ronbo, while I understand the metaphor, Obama is no Chamberlain.

      For all his faults and his Pollyanna approach to Hitler, Chamberlain did start the re-build of the British military which he knew would be needed should Adolf prove untrue to his word. And, he did send the BEF to Europe (for all the good it did).

      No, I think your Barry is more a Quisling than a Chamberlain. Very, very sad, when what’s needed is a Churchill.

  3. Ronbo says:

    Odakyu-sen says:

    “A lot of people have told me that they will vote Conservative this time, so the system could be in for a bit of a surprise.”

    This is a common problem in West World – In America, for example, our political tradition is only two parties – the Republicans and Democrats – who represent a coalition of the Right, or of the Left.

    The problem that you have in Kiwi is the same one we have in America – in many cases, regardless of the political party, the representative elected does not, in fact, represent the desires of the voter, but that of the oligarchy of influence and wealth that actually runs the country.

    So in effect what you have is one Leftist elite political party – the names are unimportant.

    In America the Tea Party patriots have attempted to end the power of the D.C. oligarchy in the Republican primaries, and have had some success, but this is a slow process, and the Republican Party is still under the control the Beltway Elites.

    Yes, things will change at some point, because the Elites running our various countries have chosen a path that is not sustainable, and something in the future will bring down our various oligarchies – it could be war, economic collapse, insurrections, or they could be voted out – and replaced by representatives who follow the voice of the People.

  4. KG says:

    “So in effect what you have is one Leftist elite political party – the names are unimportant.”
    Yep. It’s the Western Disease.

  5. Alan says:

    I watched and listened to Obama’s rant from Estonia which was the usual diatribe,
    short on specifics concerning Isis or Isil or whatever. Just rhetoric, woefully weak
    on substance, in summary, pathetic. This imposter is no leader of the western world,
    he is an embarrassment. It seems to me that the Republican party has to many
    factions within it, all pulling against each other. Until there is a united conservative,
    movement in America things won’t improve. Little old kiwi land in the meantime
    remains an irrelevant socialist utopia.