Thursday, April 18, 2024

Capitalist: You Only Have Rights if Left-Wingers Agree with You

Many years ago at the ripe old age of eight years, I decided to live forever. Apart from an incurable blood disorder (haemophilia), and a rather unfortunate mistake by a pissed surgeon during an operation in 2000 which took three years to recover from, my plan is working quite well.

With eternity in mind; last year I bought Nufarm Finance bonds and today is the date for the latest ‘vig’ payment (which has indeed sailed into the bank whilst I’ve been writing this article). These bonds have a “maturity” date of January 1st 3000 and pay an interest rate of 8.3% – which works out over 977 years to $6.874609890631472e+40 (whatever that means!).

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Why I mention this, is one presumes Nufarm Finance consider the likelihood of somebody actually trousering 977 years of vig payments and knocking on the front door for their money back on January 1st 3000 to be all rather theoretical, not realising I shall indeed be doing so.

A similar mindset seems to infect other areas of life where you find everybody – especially the rotten to the core “urban middle class” – claiming one thing yet becoming horrified when somebody takes them at their word; it was all theoretical and they weren’t really serious. The latest example is the collection of rights granted under Section 13 of the NZ Bill of Rights Act which reads “… Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, religion, and belief, including the right to adopt and hold opinions without interference...” All well and good; all the “liberals” have big onanist Mexican Waves at what great civil libertarians they are (sweety darling).

That was until a Mr Ford O’Connor decided to paint over the rainbow pedestrian crossing on K-road a couple of weeks back. Suddenly his thoughts, conscience, religion, beliefs and opinions were deemed serious crimes to be condemned by the commie dregs: shocked that somebody didn’t support them and their crepuscular activities. Mr O’Connor was dragged before the Courts, no doubt threatened, and has been sentenced – a thoroughly disgraceful denial of his rights.

Sir Geoffrey Palmer, a hierophant when it came to the Treaty, and tub-thumping (ahem) civil libertarian during his Prime Ministership, is most certainly not about to issue a press release denouncing the treatment of Ford O’Connor and demanding that his rights under Section 13 be respected – with calls for Parliament to meet under urgency tomorrow to pass a special bill firing the community magistrate and Police officers who’ve treated Mr O’Connor so appallingly.

Oh no. No, no, no, no, no; rights under the NZ Bill of Rights Act only apply to bad guys -– people the left-wingers agree with – and, as far as they’re concerned, those they disagree with most certainly are not entitled to their own opinions.

This is why Jacinda Ardern and Co. not only broke Sections 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, and 18 without hesitation but were fully backed up by equally corrupt and rotten courts and Police. Rights only apply to them, their opinions are the only ones which count – and rubes, hicks, racists and you, dear reader, simply aren’t intelligent enough to understand these matters.


Capitalist is a simple country boy from the deep south who seeks nothing less than the destruction of socialism and collectivism in New Zealand. This article was first published HERE


Anonymous said...

Welcome to the reality of good vs evil. Without the true God we can do nothing good and they are totally opposed to him so can only do what is in actuality evil. The failures of NZ society over the past decade, but especially the past four years are directly attributable to their actions and those that follow them. NZ as a nation is doomed to be a failed state unless those who are actually good have a lot more children and stop allowing the state to raise them and shape their minds through the culture.

Anonymous said...

Great work Cap. In anticipation of the gazillion bucks, you should reward yourself with a Bugatti immediately.

Unfortunately the rest of your piece holds much more sinister undertones. I feel the pendulum is slowly swinging back to a more slightly even keel but then things like this pop up. There were no arrests or prosecution when te papa English treaty was defaced, when our stuff gets defaced etc. Still racist double standards here mate.