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Wowser PM Blames Murder Victims for Crimes

SOLO-NZ Press Release: Wowser PM Blames Murder Victims for Crimes Committed by Labour Supporters

Tuesday, 17 June 2008

The Prime Minister's answer to murders committed by Labour-supporting scum would appear to be to blame the scum's victims, says SOLO Principal Lindsay Perigo.

Perigo is responding to the Prime Minister's threat to tighten liquor laws and reduce the number of outlets following the fatal shooting of Navtej Singh by Labour supporters during a robbery at his Manurewa liquor store on June 7.

"Let's be clear what this amounts to. The Prime Minister's policies bribe scum to breed at taxpayer expense. The deal is that the scum, present and future, votes Labour. Between elections, the scum goes out, gets drunk on taxpayer funds ... and kills decent people, including liquor store owners. Comrade Clark's answer: refer disparagingly to liquor outlets as 'grog shops' and threaten to close some down (bestowing protected status on those allowed to remain open). Mr. Singh's death is not the fault of the drunken scum who shot him; it's Mr. Singh's fault for owning a 'grog shop.'

"This despicable moral inversion is one more reason to ensure her contemptible travesty of a government is taken out as soon as possible.

"It's well known that the Prime Minister has a drinking problem. Unlike her followers, who drink far too much, she drinks far too little. Killjoy Clark should settle down, sup on a Shiraz, drag on a fag and contemplate the likelihood that if her government ceased its own rampant looting and abstained from subsidising killers with the proceeds, it might provide a more edifying example for its followers to emulate," Perigo concludes.


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