Thursday, February 26, 2009

Rejoice, rejoice! Freedom breaks out in New Zealand



Garth George today talks about freedom breaking out in New Zealand.

Schoolkids can buy pies, people can buy incandescent lightbulbs.

People are allowed to take more responsibility for themselves.

Of course, I am sure our Libertarian friends will remind us there is much more to do to fully restore the beacon of freedom on these shores.

Now, here's a reminder from Whale Oil of the cause of the return of some of our freedoms.


Something to be thankful of everyday, so as John Boy celebrates 100 Days in office, let us raise a glass to him too!

8 comments:

The Silent Majority said...

That Whale Oil video is excellent and I never tire of it. What amazes me is that I am still celebrating her demise and the return of our freedom (and the prospect of even more freedoms being returned) The prospect of her returning as PM was just too awful to contemplate and I smile every day now thinking of her demise.

I guess one day I'll get used to it and move on! But for the time being I am still enjoying it.

james said...

I am shocked at you SM.....the vindictivness!And yet you look so warm and fuzzy...

I will need eyes in the back of my head dealing with you in future...

;-)

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

Yes, Whale Oil has some classic videos.
And this is one of the best.
I think I might have to open some Lindauer over at Barnsley Manor tonight and celebrate again.
Now, I have posted a couple more Whale Oil videos over at Barnsley Bill that you might enjoy, featuring Trevor Mallard and Barnsley Bill.
I am also doing several posts a day over there to stop me exceeding the No Minister 2-posts-a-day guidelines too greatly.
They have also been tailored a little to suit BB's usual audience.
But otherwise you would have found them here.

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

I mean featuring Trevor Mallard and Michael Cullen :)

Lou Taylor said...

Faifacts
Why don't you start your own blog as well. So you don't have to skimp on content. your ability to gather information is second to none. Remember that you are not only writing for today but future generations will have access to what we are writing now in a totally unprecented way.The study of history will never be the same and more importantly, any future socialists/idiots who try to stuff our country will have a mountain of historical facts to overcome. You are helping to ensure democracy.

David Baigent said...

Lou at 6:34pm said:

"The study of history will never be the same and more importantly, any future socialists/idiots who try to stuff our country will have a mountain of historical facts to overcome."

Lou I believe that you have paid attention to what will become standard practise with future research.
A simple IT search of blog cache text will explain the import and impact of past political behaviour in a way that ideologues may regret.
Heh.. Bloody good job..

db..

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

It's underway Lou.
Just need to sort out the background so it looks pretty.

Lou Taylor said...

How about pink