The Sinister hidden intentions behind the EFB

If one was in any doubt about Labours sinister intentions behind the Electoral Finance Bill then one should read the transcripts of parliament to get an idea on the kind of police state that Clark would hold dear to heart.

[quote]Rt Hon HELEN CLARK: For obvious reasons, I seldom agree with Fran O'Sullivan. My job is to act in relation to Cabinet responsibility issues, not to initiate investigations into the actions of members of Parliament. However, if members opposite want to tempt me, there is always the possibility of investigations into Nick Smith's contempt of court, Gerry Brownlee's act of assault, or whether Mr Groser still uses cannabis.[/quote]

There you have it, if you disagree with Dear Leader she holds open the opportunity to get ya. Incidentally if you are a bit of an etymologist as I am, then the word sinister has wonderful roots and could legitimately be used to describe anyone from the leftist persuasion. I think I might start using that a bit more.

[quote]Adjective

sinister (comparative more sinister, superlative most sinister)

  1. inauspicious, ominous, unlucky
  2. evil, seeming to be evil.
  3. of the left side.

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  • Robinsod

    Ewugh! You mean you sleep with that thing? You have my deepest sympathies. Does he like, y'know… actually no, I don't even want to go there as a pisstake. Again, ewugh! And Whale, you are so homophobic I just assumed you were in denial (but then again I don't know for sure Bride is a chick). Why are you trying to rehabilitate yourself now? Is it 'cos you brought the whole killthebill thing down with your filth? Are you trying to atone for being a liability for the right? I mean I'd really like to know.

  • Whaleoil

    Fool, seeing as etymology is clearly beyond you i'll explain something for you using small words so you can understand. I am not homophobic. In order for that to occur I would need to have a phobia , that is  (from the Greek φόβος "Phobos" meaning Fear). Worse for you I certainly do not have an irrational, persistent fear of certain situations, objects, activities, or persons.  In fact there is nothing that I fear and certainly not someone who happens to be gay.

    You however seem to have a phobia as the main symptoms of this disorder is the excessive, unreasonable desire to avoid the feared subject. In fact your fear of any and all subjects here and on other blogs is so pronounced you often resort to denigration and harrasment as your irrational fears take hold. When the fear is beyond one's control, as is clear in your rather pronounced case or if the fear is interfering with daily life, then a diagnosis under one of the anxiety disorders can be made.

    It is alright Robinson there is help available for you. Go on give them a call, they can help. 

  • Anonymous Sooky La-la

    Sinister is the Latin word for left.

    The hand shake derives from early times when the right hand was extended, open, to demonstrate that a weapon was not being carried.

    The "sinister" person extended the open right hand to clasp the right hand of the other person in a display of non-agression, only to stab the unsuspecting victim with the knife concealed in the left hand.

     Thus sinister, the left, is associated with deceit and treachery.

     Rather appropriate really

  • Anonymous Sooky La-la

    Sinister is the Latin word for left.

    The hand shake derives from early times when the right hand was extended, open, to demonstrate that a weapon was not being carried.

    The “sinister” person extended the open right hand to clasp the right hand of the other person in a display of friendship, only to stab the unsuspecting victim with the knife concealed in the left hand.

    Thus sinister, the left, is associated with deceit and treachery.

    Rather appropriate really.

  • Robinsod

    Friend, you've posted twice. Itchy trigger finger?

  • Anonymous Sooky La-la

    Sorry about the double post, however the left in NZ is twice as sinister as anywhere else.

  • Robinsod

    Do you really believe that? I'm not that big on the current govt but can you explain how you are worse of now than eight years ago? I'd like to know. (at least I know Whale is fatter, though whether he can blame that on helen or not I don't know)

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