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Written by The Veteran

July 19, 2021 at 4:31 pm

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Clearly the PM is feeling the heat over her decision to give a criminal gang nigh on $3m to fund a rehabilitation programme for the addicts the gang themselves created as major players in the manufacture and supply of Class A drugs by claiming the grant is just a continuation of what National did as part of its methamphetamine action plan.

Stop digging Jacinda … covering yourself in muck ain’t a pretty site. You know and I know that National didn’t fund the Mongrel Mob under that programme. National doesn’t view gangs they same way as you do. Your attempt to dissemble is pathetic. And while we’re at it just how does YOUR decision square with the fact that YOUR mob have reduced the funding for drug and alcohol rehabilitation programmes in our prisons by a reported 75% since you took office.

Nah, on second thoughts I’ll retract the headline. Keep digging Jacinda … please.

Written by The Veteran

July 13, 2021 at 12:13 pm

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Waited in vain for any mention on TV One news that St Jacinda had herself approved the grant of $3m to the Mongrel Mob to run rehabilitation training for the addicts they themselves had created as kingpins in the supply and distribution of methamphetamine and other Class A drugs but no, not a sausage.

This straight out of the Dr Goebbels’ handbook. He who controls the media controls the message. Labour the organ grinder, the media the monkey.

But we did hear that Jacinda had approved taxpayer funding for Kiwi’s caught up in the NSW Covid-19 outbreak having to spend two weeks in MIQ facilities on their return home. This after saying earlier that those making use of the trans-tasman bubble did so at their own own risk.

Clearly Labour’s largesse knows no boundaries.

New Zealand … the way you’ve got it.

Written by The Veteran

July 12, 2021 at 9:02 pm

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Last night we were subjected to an extraordinary interview where the Human Rights Commissioner defended his decision to give taxpayer money to the Mongrel Mob in form of a koha, He said it would be ‘churlish’ of him not to do so. Then followed a long dissertation about koha being a form of respect with some obscure Maori academic weighing in that the idea of gift giving between parties shows mana to both parties … ‘if you do not give a gift then you are depleting their mana’.

What tosh. The Mongrel Mob are a criminal gang. They are major players in the manufacture, supply and distribution of illegal drugs along with a range of other criminal activity … just where does the Human Rights Commissioner think all those Harley-Davidsons replete with all the bells and whistles come from.

More evidence that Labour is a prisoner to woke thinking. Soft on crime; soft on gangs whose membership has exploded since they took office. Woke thinking that would have you believe that the Mongrel Mob is just the Maori equivalent of Rotary or Lions. They’re not. They are a criminal gang who would have no compunction in ‘dealing’ to you should you cross them.

Judith Collins and David Seymour are right to call for the Human Rights Commission to be shut down (at least in its present form). By their actions you shall know them and in giving taxpayer money to a criminal organisation they have helped dig their own grave.

To the Maori academic (so called) who said ‘The day Maori people take advice from Judith about what is tikanga Maori is the day we will have entered to twilight zone’ I say mouthings like that undermine your own mana. Defending the indefensible behind the smokescreen of tikanga Maori is never a good option.

Written by The Veteran

July 6, 2021 at 3:03 pm


Kudos to Simeon Brown for doubling down on the criticism leveled at him from the Chairperson of the Kura Kaupapa Maori School for daring to criticise their decision to close the school for two days in order to host the tangi for the senior Mongrel Mob leader attended by over 1,000 mob members. She described his comments ignorant and racist. In response Brown has called on the Education Minister (Hipkins) to explain why he thought it was appropriate for a school to be shut down so a gang could hold a funeral on school grounds pointing out that students lost two days of learning.

It is a little difficult to take her comments seriously when she herself said that things had gone awry on the final day of the tangi and she wasn’t happy with the swearing and ‘barking’ that occured. Really!!!!! give me strength … what planet does she inhabit … this was a mob funeral. Clearly no thought at all for the children exposed to this ‘normal’ behavior. Lady, the Mongrel Mob doesn’t do ‘normal’.

A little while ago I served a couple of terms on the Lottery Grants Board (alongside Trevor Mallard who was the Opposition’s appointee to the Board …. about as likeable then as he is now … I digress). One day I had occasion to call out a staffer who had written a report which had it that the Mongrel Mob and Black Power were just Maoridom’s equivalent of Rotary or Lions and that applications from them for funding support should be treated the same way. Clearly back them the liberal effete were knocking at the door.

Now and with Cindy’s mob in power the door has been opened wide. Gangs are to be welcomed with smiles and hugs and their wishes accommodated. Never mind they comprise a large percentage of the countries criminal underworld. New Zealand … the way you’ve got it.

Written by The Veteran

May 29, 2021 at 3:09 pm

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Can I start this off by making this simple statement … the Mongrel Mob are a criminal gang … no ifs, buts or maybes.

And their response to the widespread outrage spearheaded by National’s Simeon Brown over the mob being allowed to take over a portion of the State Highway in contravention of any number of traffic laws supposedly as part of ‘tangihanga’ was to have their media relations person, a certain Lou Hutchinson, launch a petition calling for Brown to be forced to apologise to the affected whanau for his racist outburst; that he be censured by the National Party and stripped of his portfolio responsibilities (Police, Corrections, Serious Fraud Office and Youth); that he be censured by the Speaker of the House and that his Facebook, Twitter and Social Media Accounts be suspended until he completes cultural sensitivity training and the Speaker deems him fit.

About the only thing they didn’t call for was his hanging, drawing and quartering without trial.

Kudos to Brown for his response … “if the gangs are trying to get me sacked then I must be doing the right thing”. Brown has previously received death threats for speaking out on gangs whose membership has grown by over 50% since Labour took office in 2017.

I finish where I started. The Mongrel Mob et al are major players in a whole range of serious criminal activity. Any hugs and kindness shown to them will be taken as a sign of weakness and the green light to continue on doing what they do best … thumbing their noses at the law. But its all hugs and kindness that gangs can look forward to from this soft cock on crime government and its not going to get any better soon.

Written by The Veteran

May 27, 2021 at 4:16 pm