No Minister

ONE MIGHT ASK, IS IT LAWFUL?

Wayne’s idea of a Prime Minister to be respected, that I am not alone in calling a silly little girl, has waded into turbulent waters over the egregious matter of a tax on very necessary vehicles that serve New Zealand tradies, farmers, many other people gainfully employed in situations that for health and safety along with sheer necessity to move about when terrain and weather might otherwise be a problem, plus another company of which I am one, who choose for any of a multitude of reasons to enjoy their remaining time on this planet travelling the highways and byways in a mobile home using a larger than many might view as necessary, tow vehicle.

No new taxes pledge at the Rona election was circumvented by an artful if erroneous little subterfuge in calling it a “FEE”, “THAT COULD BE AVOIDED BY NOT BUYING THE DEEMED NECESSARY VEHICLE”. Does the moron think those who deem such a vehicle as necessary, are as bloody thick as she is. Yes there are a number of people who choose to buy such fourwheel drive load carrying vehicles to ferry their spawn to a place of learning cough cough and they may well be able to afford an EV just to show how they care. However MS Simpleton, that just does not stack up as you could never know or understand the commercial dynamic involved but a good number of those tradies and farmers you have kicked in the goolies will not even have a second safe reliable vehicle, the now target of your taxinda move is it! Oh there might be an aged less reliable vehicle not deemed worth disposing of when the now deemed officially as an illegitimate vehicle was purchased, using funds generated by an increase in the borrowings of the business.

It appears subsequent to the grand eloquence laden notice you are going to increase those borrowings as a sop to your high priests of Climate Change, the alleged sire of your now three year old being currently wheeled out as a diversionary tactic, can afford such a vehicle on your princely remuneration package but to claim it is different as it is “sponsored” only serves to muddy the turgid waters surrounding the current high wire act. It will have been demonstrated adequately by your puppeteers that all sorts of little contretemps will have been disturbed but your arrogance in ignoring what might be somewhat embarrassing to mere mortals may have some difficulty around rewards accumulating to those near and dear to yourself being more than a little bit whiffy.

Maybe I have no idea but it seems on initial reviewing of your NEW TAX, it might just be an ignorance driven attack on productive people but down the track the total nonsensical jape will impact significantly on those in your more eloquent desire to be their saviour, the poor buggers who exist on struggle street. For them an EV is about as likely as a glimpse of santa’s sleigh of the lime scooter now said to be the transportation of the day for The Tooth Fairy.

Written by Gravedodger

June 21, 2021 at 1:33 pm

Posted in New Zealand

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  1. Utes are probably just the start of this campaign, large people movers will be next.
    As I’ve said before, when comparing petrol vs electric, the numbers don’t stack up

    uncoffined

    June 21, 2021 at 1:49 pm

  2. Imagine the howling that’s going to happen when the general public finally realises this tax also applies to SUv’s and any other vehicles that exceed some arbitrary fuel efficiency set point. All those silly Remuera liberals who voted Jacinda-Labour and don’t give a shit about farmers and tradies will also have to pay the tax on their Remuera tractor child delivery vehicles.

    John JohnO

    June 21, 2021 at 2:05 pm

  3. Dinna fash yersel, chaps. They’ve already set the date to announce a special $3,000 fee rebate for all ute purchasers who can show they voted Labour.

    Don’t you believe me? Just watch!

    adolffinkensen

    June 21, 2021 at 3:44 pm

  4. What you are seeing is REAL face of Labour. How you choose to address the Prime Minister is your call. For myself I respect the office but in doing that I don’t have to respect the person. Same goes for the Speaker. But, with respect to Wayne, that is a sideshow. What we are seeing now is a full blown attack on rural and business New Zealand by a gummit bereft of any great vision for the country beyond that of pulling everything down to the lowest common denominator.

    The Veteran

    June 21, 2021 at 9:30 pm


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