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National Socialists Fascist Marxist Abomination

National Socialists Disgrace, Pt 2—FMA = Fascist Marxist Abomination

“The National Socialists, whom I accused on Anzac Day of being a disgrace to the ‘NZ’ in ‘Anzac,’ are ratcheting up their commitment to turning our country into a Marxist-Fascist authoritarian backwater,” says SOLO Principal Lindsay Perigo.

“Hard on the heels of confirming their intention to raise GST to 15%, to proceed with a bureaucratically labyrinthian Emissions Trading Scheme notwithstanding that man-made climate change has been shown to be a hoax, to close down bars at a prescribed hour and raise the age at which alcohol may be legally purchased, National Socialist minister Simon Power-lust has announced an avalanche of new regulations designed in effect to nationalise the financial advisers industry and remove all risk from financial investment (as if government ninnies could do that).

“Minister Power-lust claims he’s protecting the unwary from the unscrupulous—blithely obfuscating the fact that he in his naked ambition and control-freakery is the unscrupulous, and good-faith investors and voters are the unwary who need protection from disgusting state tit-sucking demagogues such as he.

“He says it’s imperative that financial literacy be improved so mum-and-dad investors better understand the risks they’re taking—blithely obfuscating the fact that parasitical, power-lusting politicians such as he are the most financially illiterate of all, as is evidenced by their refusal to rein in their stealing and spending of mum-and-dad’s money and their recourse instead to raising the Government Slavery Tax.

“Under his National Socialist agenda financial advisers who are functioning perfectly properly in voluntary interaction with their clients will now have to go back to school, undergo training by government goons and then register with some new Kremlinesque authority. Resultant compliance costs will now make advisers' fees impossible for clients who previously found them manageable. At the same time another new Kremlinesque Mafia, the Financial Markets Authority, is being set up to regulate the securities market, assuming functions previously performed by the Ministry of Economic Development.

“The truth is, government should get involved in financial transactions, as with any other type of human trade, only when force or fraud is an issue. That criterion would boot what Simon Power-lust is proposing to the other side of the moon. Aside from force and fraud, financial advice, like anything else, should be a matter for the adviser and the advisee, adults engaged in consenting capitalist acts in private. Power’s FMA should not be set up at all, and the Economic Development Ministry, the Commerce Commission and all the rest of the existing Stalinist apparatus should be Berlin-Walled.

“What we have at the moment is government of the people by parasites and power-lusters for parasites and power-lusters, including the likes of Power. This creature is more dangerous than the fatuous Key who is too busy being ‘cool’ and smiling and dribbling and Kiwi-quacking on cue to realise this rampaging wannabe dictator, Power, is a poor man’s Hitler to his, Key’s, pathetic Hindenburg.

“Globally, it matters little. Key’s pin-up, Obama, has sold Western Civilisation out to the Chinese communists and Iranian Islamo-Fascists (or rather, consummated the selling-out by his predecessors). The plight of the New Zealand financial services industry will count for not one whit in the imminent apocalypse. Financial advisers, indeed, deserve their fate because of their cowardly acquiescence to the dictates of the likes of Cullen and Power. But Power and his National Socialist fellow-fascists, more than most, should be cognisant of the fate of Mussolini,” Perigo concludes.


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