On Sun, 1 Mar 2020 20:21:54 -0800 (PST), James Christophers
Post by James Christophers Post by Rich80105
On Sun, 1 Mar 2020 16:15:27 -0800 (PST), James Christophers
Post by James Christophers Post by John Bowes Post by James Christophers Post by John Bowes Post by Rich80105 Post by George
On 28 Feb 2020 04:43:59 GMT
Post by Gordon
I see that our PM is off across the ditch to to the Ozzie PM to pull
his criminals back. And yet she can not or will not tell her deputy
to stand down.
Labour might start to lose votes if the PM can not tell her deputy
who the SFO are investigating for fraud to stand down.
Ah but he's her crim and she owes him
Indeed tackling bigger fish - a good description
Well spken, fair but firm. Had she stupidly threatened to adopt the
Aussie policy Morrison would have taken that as affirmation that
Australia had got their policy right and welcomed New Zealand's
admission that he was "Right" . . .
She's just another ignorant Marxist twat like you Rich! A virtue signalling criminal loving photo op seeking twat pursuing a failed political ethos!
It's her alleged pursuit of a failed political ethos that keeps freeloading lifetime dingbats like you fed, watered and medicated.
Since when has Marxism ever been successful Keith?
Being little different from the inherently corrupt, socialism-dependent capitalist corporate system which, collectively, has more than once almost succeeded in bringing the world to the brink of financial collapse, you also are a lifetime beneficiary of socialism of whatever character and colour - even your beloved Marxism if that's what makes your equally brainless donkey bray.
And nothing you can say or whinge can alter this immutable truth.
Besides as usual your attack only indicates your embarrassment at fitting that lifestyle like all the other shysters like you!
Embarrassed? Moi? Has no one ever told you that the more mindless crap you spout the less embarrassed about anything anyone need ever feel?
Post by John Bowes Post by James Christophers
But even so, why not now convince us of the validity of your childish rote-whingeing by listing all those unspeakable personal deprivations that she has been heaping on you since the day she made it to top smell? 
Increases in the cost of living. Especially of staples!
Then in the case of staples, think only of Market Forces - i.e. classic applied capitalism - represented in New Zealand by capitalistic near-monopolies and duo-monopolies; these being principally foreign - the Australian-owned banks and Australian-owned wholesale food suppliers/middlemen/franchisors.
All of it ramped up since approx 2008 courtesy of that "terribly nice man" and in-the-family-shower-pisser John Key who has received multiple OZ plaudits and gongs for acting as Australia's biddable New Zealand-based placeman (in economic terms a fifth-columnist). His co-machinations have enable the trans-Tasman diggers to mine for their own profit the incomes of every living Kiwi resident in this country - and that includes you.
And with cheap, loose money flooding the system it can never stop but in fact can only continue apace no matter who's running the country. Why? Because it is now a **locked-in process** and irreversible for all time.
Those diggers simply can't believe their blimmin' luck, and neither can economic fifth-columnist John Key who, for his faithful diligence and unswerving loyalty to predatory foreign spivs, was appointed Chairman of ANZ(NZ) only 4 months after quitting his incumbency.
Per client, the Australian banks today make more profit per Kiwi than from their own countrymen.
Good blunt but polite tackling of an issue that needed to be addressed
The same socially destructive economic distortions pervade and bore into the very heart of our economy, particularly the property market where, in pursuit of feathering his own nest and personal favours with the Australian banks, he let rip with uncontrolled immigration, speculation and cheap printed paper with the inevitable knock-on effect on across-the-board prices we have all seen and experienced. Even so, Key obdurately refused to address the problem he himself had, effectively, created and nurtured because he knew he'd piss off both the fast-buck foreign-domiciled "investors" and the growing number of avaricious in-country drive-by speculators and profiteers, an unedifyingly dead-eyed member of which noxious cadre continues smugly to confront him every morning in his bathroom mirror.
Government by the greedy for the greedy.
Post by Rich80105
- albeit not at an international political level!
Well, I'm not sure quite what you mean by the last bit but, essentially, once any nation finds itself insidiously corralled into becoming yet another cash-cow pawn of global transnational corporates, it can never again claim to enjoy any economic independence and sovereignty; nor, in fact, can it enjoy political independence and sovereignty since, for every country, economics and politics are inextricably linked and co-dependent.
I was referring to the decidedly smaller fish of JohnO
Post by James Christophers
In fact, look no further than the so-called 'relationship' between New Zealand and China where, as I said way back well before Clark's signing up to our FTA, "The lamb may lie down with the lion, but the lamb won't get much sleep".
I'm not sure how related it is, but the international 'race to the
bottom' by valuing everything by lowest tender has meant the gradual
destruction of our manufacturing industry, leading to the best we can
do when heaps of logs wait on wharves is to just wait, and try to find
forestry workers temporary jobs planting trees. At lest somedairy
companies have seen the sense of some value-added manufacturing; I
gather even Fonterra eventually woke up to the reality that there are
alternatives to milk powder.