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10 000 Hours Of Breast-Fed Political Correctness

"New Zealanders who courageously resisted the television licence fee will join me in deploring the NaZis on Air commemoration of the 10 000th hour of politically correct programming" predicted Libertarianz Leader and Coromandel Candidate Peter Cresswell. "I would be more impressed if every hour had not been produced by programme makers sucking of the state's tit."

Cresswell says there is no achievement in living off of the earnings of others, "either by the jackbooted intrusive scum who (formerly) collected the television licence fee, or by the Department of Legalised Theft (IRD)."

"Chief Kommissar of Kultur Jo Tyndall claims absurdly that the parasites 'take risks'," exasperates Cresswell, who notes it is easy to take risks with 'Other People's Money'. He also points out that most New Zealanders reject Nanny's PC-programming. "With over a third of households voluntarily paying to subscribe to Sky and Saturn TV, it is evident many New Zealanders prefer to patronise those who actually do take risks."

Among the first steps of a Libertarianz government would be the abolition of NaZis on Air and Te Mangai Paho, and the removal of Nanny's hold on broadcasting. "Let the broadcasting and television production industry find the money to make programmes voluntarily, rather than by force" concluded Cresswell.

It's enough to make you vote Libertarianz!

ENDS


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