Sunday, March 30, 2014

The EPP

So the fat German has launched his political party and he reports he is well on the way to finding five hundred fuckwits to sign p as members..

If he had an ounce of honesty in his bones he would have called it the New Zealand Nazi Party.

In reality the party is the EEP.  It is the Extradition Prevention Party


13 comments:

Rex said...

How are the policies and practices of this party the same as the Nazi Party? It's a bit rich to be throwing that shit around given your handle, ADOLF. Nonetheless, Jonathan Coleman's decision to let this guy slide in is looking more embarrassing by the minute.

gravedodger said...

@Rex, and you can tell us how involved was Coleman in that decision?
As donkey deep as Barker, Samuels, Cunliffe and Jones with Bill Lui?
The obese Kraut does not have citizenship as does Lui, who btw had it bestowed in the Labour Caucus Room at Parliament in a special one off ceremony.

Rex said...

Coleman knew Dotcom was going to get an exception to character provisions (due to him being a conman) prior to him being granted residency. If he didn't approve of it there's no way it would have happened. In all likelihood he was much more closely involved in the decision, and if you think otherwise you're an idiot.

gravedodger said...

@ Rex,
Maybe I just didn't know and couldn't be arsed searching, hence my not unreasonable question of you.
I do however have a reasonably full knowledge on the matter of the Chinese gentleman who received fairly expedited process in his gaining rights to live here, courtesy of many in the NZLP.
Was that the bit that got you exercised

If asking for information makes me an idiot in your estimation, ta very much, not what I would use as an indication of idiocy myself.
However as you reveal a reasonable motivation to give me a swift kick, feel free to indulge yourself as it doesn't hurt at all.
Says quite a bit about you though.

Psycho Milt said...

I'm glad you're comparing Coleman's decision to let Dotcom in with Jones' decision to let Liu in. There's a word for Dover Samuels' and Shane Jones' involvement in that, which NZ's archaic libel laws prevent me from using. Happy to see it applied to Coleman as well.

Tinman said...

PM, NZ's rather weak Libel laws do nothing of the sort as long as you're publishing provable facts.

Psycho Milt said...

Oddly enough, Dover hasn't made explicit the reason for his enthusiastic, persistent and effective lobbying of Shane Jones on Liu's behalf, so the facts aren't available. However, I'm sure it was just because Liu was such a deserving case...

Anonymous said...

Why do you have to compare one wrong against another? A wrong is a wrong and Coleman's wrong is just that.

Ex Tory

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Rex

You seem to have some difficulty discerning shit from clay.

A person who admires Mien Kampf, wears the regalia of the Waffen SS, one of the most brutal and cruel military nits of the twentieth centuury, and who give Nazi sales and screams 'Helil Hitler' and 'Sieg Heil' during private dinner prties is a Nazi.

Psycho Milt said...

I suppose so (not that the Waffen SS were a "unit"), but I have too many functioning brain cells to be interested in pretending Whaleoil fantasy propaganda reflects reality.

Rex said...

So how are the policies and practices of the Internet Party the same as the Nazi Party? It is you who appear to have this shit from clay problem, Adolf, given where you're getting your information.

barry said...

1.Trying to imply that the owner of a book believes everything in it, is about as crazy as one can get.
2. As Chris Trotter said only a few days ago - if hitler had been hit by a bus in about 1939, he would have gone down in history as one of europes greatest ever leaders.
3. The Nazis certainly did do a lot of damage - but they were just learners compared to Stalin and Mao. Those two killed millions more than hitler and his ratbag assistants did. At least the Nazis tried to make it look like a thought out programme - the other two just had people killed for no good reason at all.
4. We do need outfits like the internet party in a democracy. Sure they might seems to be a bit crazy but its much better to have them doing things in public rather than doing things behiond the scenes - like the dangerous nitwits in the US in outfits like the NSA and the CIA.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Yeah Milt. The trouble with Whaleoil's propaganda is that nine times out of ten it turns out to be true.