As the political Acid consumes Jacinda (as opposed to some other form of Acid consumption occurring in some other way) and her party seems to becoming a little more fractious – Chippy Hipkins again today came out in the press making some inconsistent comments re the KN25 or N95 or Cee Three Pio masks or whatever they are – it is perhaps time to revisit the political efficacy around extending our electoral cycle.
While this idea seems popular with the incumbent Junta and David Seymour is pretty keen on it too, if “First past the post politics” taught us nothing is that handing absolute power to one of the clown circuses has the potential for the elected muppet show to misuse that power almost without recourse to the voters.
What then happens is at the very next opportunity the voters revolve the door to the asylum, and simply bring in the next load of muppets. Politics from this period, the 1970’s and early 1980’s saw each new elected shambles simply undo the work of the previous shambles.
More recent political themes have focussed more on the US styled ‘the first 100 days’ setting the tone and agenda for the next political cycle. This is fine if the agenda is valid or not immediately bastardised, or is what you voted and also needs a longer political cycle to get it achieved. But is that the case in NZ?
So the question then becomes, how long do you want to give each circus/junta/dictatorship to ruin you day to day well being?
If we were to extend the current cycle for the current muppets, much like the US we would see (and saw) an agenda publicised, then ignored and the secret agenda come out, nothing positive for the cuntree or useful being done for 15 months, and then we have allowed them an additional year of taking their salaries under false pretences.
The reasons to my musings are, this has been such a bad government what should happen if we are fortunate enough to get the sheep to vote them out. Unlike the 1970’s where laws were repealed or new laws brought in to counteract the effect of the previous arse-wipes I would like to see all aspects of the Ardern led Government expunged.
Much like say, getting rid of the cocaine convictions of some theoretically important person so they can say, meet the queen, they should be expunged ie they never happened. Can’t be talked about ever again and removed from all sources of NZ history. Just leave blank pages in in our annals of history. Why, well an infamously terrible person much like a famous person leaves their mark on the page on history and their contribution, good or bad, is recorded for all time. For me blank pages are the best way to accurately depict this governments achievements and its contribution to NZ history.
These guys just aren’t worth it.