Monday, December 15, 2014

How is that cultural enrichment working for you now?

This will not end well.

This is what happens when you let the shit of the world into your country.

The powers that be a re falling over themselves to avoid the TERRORIST word.

What the fuck else do you call holding a group at gunpoint?

Therapy?

Saturday, December 13, 2014

PEW PEW PEW!

"...A video shows the 30kW laser cannon being operated by a hand-held controller not dissimilar to that found on an X-Box or PlayStation gaming console.
It shows the laser cannon targeting and blowing up remote control boats and airborne drones with an invisible light beam.
The cannon took the US Navy the best part of 10 years to develop at a cost of close to US$40 million..."

Eagerly awaiting news of its first operational use. Some of the other video taken during trial looked impressive- burning the outboard motor off an IRB. I guess something made to track a missile should have no trouble popping somali heads!

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

I'm being punished


Instead of removing the WIG from your ugly bald head, they SHOULD have removed your ugly bald head from your shoulders with an axe.

Or at least stretched the neck that holds your ugly bald head from the rest of your festering carcass, by six inches or so.

That is punishment, you KF sack of vulture droppings,

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Real Heroism

"A 93-year-old woman living quietly in an Auckland rest home has been revealed as one of the bravest spies of World War Two.
On Tuesday Phyllis Latour Doyle – Pippa to her friends - will be bestowed with France's highest decoration for what she did 70 years ago.
And for the English born woman, the honour is also bringing out her largely unknown story.
The Telegraph in Britain reports today that she has remained in the shadows; "a reluctant heroine with an astonishing past"..."
It's only now these amazing tales are coming to light. Doesn't it make the so-called exploits of the current day hero's- usually an overpaid sportsman- seem totally pathetic.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Too late

The Christchurch City Council's draft 2014 Parks and Reserves Bylaw was going to include a provision for ashes to be interred if written approval was sought from the council but it is now being reconsidered because it could be culturally offensive.
Mahaanui Kurataiao Ltd (MKT), a company that acts on behalf of the six runanga within Christchurch city, has told the council that if it enables the scattering of ashes in public places, it will alienate Ngai Tahu whanau from those public parks and reserve spaces.
It has cautioned that even if the scattering of ashes occurs on a limited or restricted basis Ngai Tahu whanau will be indefinitely bound in those parks and reserves by the same kawa (protocols) that apply in designated urupa (cemetery). That means they will be unable to eat, laugh, run or play in those areas.
MKT has asked the council to amend the bylaw to prohibit the burial or scattering of ashes of any deceased person or animal in any public park or reserve..."
( Bold mine)
Looks like it is too late. Ashes have already been scattered, so now they have to stay out of these places. You can't undo what has been done or can this, like most things- be sorted by appeasing the superstitious with money.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Diddums

"Convicted murderer and paedophile Phillip Smith had a "rough" experience in Brazil's Ary Franco prison.
Through his lawyer, Tony Ellis, Smith has released a statement today saying he is physically okay and had seen a "reasonable improvement in conditions" since being moved to Bandeira Stampa prison..."

Quite an experience to live in fear, isn't it? That is how a victim feels.
May you experience a lot of it in in your hopefully short life in a Brazillian nick.