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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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Monday, July 15, 2013

Peter Dunne, the 119, & I … War Declared. First Casualty: Sanity, Then Animals.



(That’ll get the GCSB drones excited. I’m sure ‘war’ must be a keyword. – Remember those bygone days (last year, beginning of this) when you’d write that line as a joke?)

I think this exchange well sums up the state of affairs between Peter Dunne and this blogger. Sorry, Peter, but I must assume you wrote the below tweet while sitting on your head, because replying I could only see an arse in the poster field. Unless you're Gustav Flaubert, there’s no such thing as a contradiction, so when you become one, you had better check your premises.







Again, per my previous post, even under the internal logic of the Psychoactive Substances (Criminal) Act, there is no need, at all, for animal testing. None. The same ends this Act envisages can be achieved merely by decriminalising the for 6,000 year, human, voluntarily tested non-toxic cannabis. In both cases we have people stoned on acronyms that cannot hurt them physically, be it THC, or whatever the active agent in the synthetic crud will be. But we’re a kindy of a country, run by an Arrogance of Altruists aka Statist Bullies.

So here’s the thang:

I’m no martyr, I’ll suck up your freedom killing taxes, Peter. Indeed, with a blog like this, I’ll do my taxes conservatively. And this, regardless I hold you as the worst Minister of Taking in my career, given under your stewardship, absurdly across two governments, you have resided over the destruction of the Westminster principle, which was the end of the last vestige of classical liberal freedom in New Zealand, for we know freedom is all about philosophy.

I’m no martyr, I’ll further suck up your surveillance state to ensure your thieving tax take, to grow this vicious, immoral, and mathematically impossible welfare state. I'll be a good, compliant slave to the barbaric, blood soaked common good.

But animal welfare is the chink in my rationalist armour: until, at the very least, the Greens amendment to exclude animal testing from this regime is incorporated, we are at war, you and I. As I am with all 119 members of Parliament who on that day of infamy, 11 July, 2013, transacted, for no good reason at all, misery on creatures that rely on our humanity for their care.  Note very carefully mine is in NO WAY any type of physical or other threat; just to the end of your political career(s), which I hope is now as mercifully short as the lives of the animals you have determined be breed for the laboratory torture chambers, then by social media, email, and every other peaceful manner at my disposal, I will be here reminding you of your hideous political legacy: sterile laboratory cages full of dead, dying, frightened, maimed, pain-racked animals.

Because, ending this post where it started, arses, you better believe on a topic like this I can be a major pain in one, and there’s no time limit as I’m a completely sane mad man. I’ve got credentials for this, battling away for animal welfare where I’m able, regardless of consequences, in donations and in acts, whereas regarding your credentials to stop heli-hunting: well you have none. You have shown you accept the trade-off of animal misery for human recreation, as medieval as this stone age doctor is. You blew it again, and you've done real damage this time.

To Recap:

1. Despite upwards of 97% of the population are implacably opposed to the animal testing in this atrocious Act, it has been enacted under ignorance by the 119, destroying every notion of representative democracy. There is now officially a tyranny residing in the Fortress of Legislation, and that definition stands on anyone's terms, including those of us who've always understood the slave state that is this tyranny of the majority democracy - noting had a majority of Kiwis wanted this barbarity, that wouldn't have changed the truth of its evil, either way.

2. Despite, as an English woman emailed me, the rest of the world is thankfully moving away from animal testing, even for bone fide medical research, the 119 have in a world first, a world first they trumpeted so loudly, mind, revealing the vain egos at the cold black heart of this, just brought in animal cruelty as a centre piece of legislation for the pathetic purpose of allowing children to get stoned (and despite cannabis could have been decriminalised for this same result, without a single animal harmed).

3. And as a by-the-bye: these 119 ignored the evidence that animal tests on this synthetic psychoactive toxic shit, are not predictive for humans. Why would they do this? Looking back on my converse with Tau Henare, I don’t think any of these 119 were informed enough to vote on this anyway. Proof, just yesterday, after the experts have stated categorically there will be animal testing under what was voted on Thursday, Tau says:



Unfortunately intellect is not a requirement of holding office, and look at my previous paragraph about vain egos; I've got this awful thought this infamy was all about the world first here, and the tax payer paid junkets overseas to laud it. Sorry Tau, but when it comes to this mindless cruelty voted on defenceless animals, f*#k you. And the rest of the 119.

4. Finally, all this is for what? As described in this Timaru Herald article Saturday: nothing. Absolutely, utterly nothing has changed, other than the 119 have sanctioned the senseless torture of animals.

Not one of these 119 MP’s should be allowed anywhere near my life, certainly my dog; all must go in next year’s election. They are making the world a worse place, not a better one.

NO to animal testing for kiddie highs. Vive la revolution for minarchy and the Western Spring.


Tailpiece: To Minister McClay.

Minister McClay's weasel words on Sunday's Q&A were pure sophistry. The experts clearly state, Minister, there will be animal testing in this regime, and that toxicity testing is the most extended and painful of testing;  your expert panel to be set up, now, is deflection only: that panel should have advised you before this law was enacted, and the Greens amendment incorporated. Plus this is not a public health issue: it's about humans choosing to get stoned, nothing else.

And you don't like the emotive language around this? Retard. Okay, I won't call you a puppy hater, I'll call you what you are, in fact: puppy torturer. That is squarely what you've voted for, nothing less.

And still no answer to either of my email queries: why is non-toxic cannabis not safe under this Act? As McClay is already missing in action, thinking himself unaccountable to this nightmare, will some politician please answer to that? Decriminalising cannabis takes us to exactly the same place as this Act with no animal testing. At the very least, will some journalist please put this question to a politician on air?


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Dog Tail:

In ending two questions for the 119 from those who can’t speak for themselves, animals that have emotions – fear, loneliness – and nervous systems that feel pain, just like we do:



 What were you thinking? Or were you even?


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