Wrongly Wrongson

Oxfam is running Wrongly Wrongson’s line, apart from the riots

Oxfam has issued?its traditional demand for a handout. ?Their wealth report this year informs us that a mere eight people have more wealth than the bottom 50 per cent of the world?s population. This is entirely true of course. But Oxfam?s solution is that we should take it from?the rich and give it to the poor. Which is entirely wrong.

Our essential economic problem is that there are not enough rich people. Nor is their extreme wealth a problem. Our?problem is poverty, not inequality.

Oxfam?s redistribution argument has been tried before and found wanting. It was the subject of the world?s largest economic experiment: the 20th?century. Anyone surveying the rubble of central Europe from the Brandenburg Gate in 1989 knows that the taking and giving solution does not work. What is needed is the wealth creation strategy that we?ve been using in the period of free-market globalisation ever since.

The result of which is this:

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Wrongly Wrongson is on a roll

They bloody well spend HOW MUCH on make up at TVNZ?

$180k on clothes, hair, makeup for TVNZ stars

Making Simon Dallow and Wendy Petrie look beautiful on your TV screens every night does not come cheap.

TVNZ spent nearly $130,000 in 2016 on presenter clothes and an additional $48,000 on hair and makeup for presenters, reporters and guests.

But the state broadcaster says deliberate cost cutting and a change in the number and mix of presenters is saving it money.

TVNZ is a visual medium with a lot of talent to look after. ?And guests. ?But credit where it is due, every time I’ve seen Martyn on TV, he’s looked like the same low-cost low-maintenance mess. ?So for once he’s not a hypocrite.

Surely Martyn wouldn’t pay the minimum wage to the stylists and make-up artists, so $48k for a number of people?to do hair and make-up is pretty cheap. ?I’m presuming that’s not a full-time job. ?Because Martyn and his Et Tu union mates wouldn’t stand for TVNZ paying people minimum wage for something that demanding. ? Read more »

I spotted something rare today, a sensible comment on a frothing Left wing blog



Over at Wrongly Wrongson’s place, the frothing over Talley’s drug testing their workers onboard a Nelson fishing ship, after Methamphetamine was found on board has reached epic proportions. I swear there is spittle on Martyn’s computer screen. According to him their claim that they are trying to keep their workers’ workplace safe is a joke.

He attacks not only Talley’s but New Zealand company My Food Bag for the thought crime of buying 100% New Zealand produce from a 100% New Zealand owned company. What is particularly troubling about Martyn’s leftie logic ?is that he is not limiting his call for a boycott of the New Zealand owned company that he is against. ?Oh no, it is now open season on any company that does business with them. ?He doesn’t care about the workers at Talley’s who will end up losing jobs if the companies profit drop because of a boycott. ?He doesn’t care about My Food Bag, a New Zealand online business very vulnerable to this kind of on-line attack. All he cares about is virtue signalling.

He is just like the Lefties who support the BDS movement. Their actions cost Palestinian workers their lucrative jobs at Soda Stream. They say they care about the workers but all they care about in reality is how they look to their friends. The end result of their boycotts is swept under the rug.

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The wonky logic of Wrongly Wrongson

A dog barks next to a canine car in Mexico City, July 18, 2013.REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS) - RTX11SI1

A dog barks next to a canine car in Mexico City, July 18, 2013.REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO – Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS) – RTX11SI1

Martin Bradbury, or as we ?humorously refer to him here at Whaleoil – Wrongly Wrongson, has found a new passing car to bark at. Now that the Black Lives Matter movement in America has reached peak insanity, ?with the racial hatred of whites and police at an all-time high, he wants to bring it to New Zealand.

When you include a justice system that is racist and imprisons Maori offenders disproportionately I think we have passed a threshold for a determined #BrownLivesMatter campaign to shake Pakeha NZ out of its ignorant John Key trance.

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Cameron Slater has interview with space aliens admitting Phil was committing galactic treason

" So tell me Mork, when exactly did you first hear that Phil Goff was committing galactic treason?"

” So tell me Mork, when exactly did you first hear that Phil Goff was committing galactic treason?”

According to Wrongly Wrongson over on the Daily Blog, Phil Goff winning the mayoralty is a done deal.

Goff has announced he?s running for the Auckland Mayoralty ? which means he?s won.?Goff appeals to the Left, the Centre and the gentrified ? Cameron Slater would have to have an interview?with space aliens admitting Phil was?committing?galactic treason before he?d lose.

– thedailyblog

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Even Trotter says Martyn Martin is wrong

There isn’t much in New Zealand politics that Martyn Martin Bradbury aka Wrongly Wrongson gets right. He is wrong on almost everything.

Chris Trotter even says as much as he ticks off Martyn on his own blog for being wrong…again.

?Bomber? is part old-time preacher. (Who else greets his audiences with an all-encompassing ?Brothers and Sisters!??) But he is also a user of the very latest communications technology. Loud, brash, occasionally reckless, Martyn Bradbury may not be universally liked, or invariably correct, but his determination to mobilise the young in their own defence cannot be disputed.

His latest crusade on behalf of younger Kiwis calls for a lowering of the voting age from 18 to 16 years. This radical extension of the franchise would be accompanied by the inclusion of a new and comprehensive programme of civics education in the nation?s secondary school curriculum.

In Martyn?s own words: ?The sudden influx of tens of thousands of new voters with their own concerns and their own voice finally being heard could be the very means of not only lifting our participation rates, but reinvigorating the very?value of our democracy.?

Yeah, nah…and Trotter explains why.

In 1971, the Twenty-Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution declared: ?The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of age.?

Young activists in the Democratic Party wasted little time in flexing their political muscles. At the 1972 Democratic Party Convention, an army of young delegates, veterans of the civil rights and anti-Vietnam War struggles in the streets of America, turned the tables on the old ?pols? of the Democratic Party ?machine?. (The same machine which, just four years earlier, had unleashed the Chicago Police on anti-war convention delegates.) Using the new party rules which the Chicago debacle had inspired, these youngsters comprehensively out-organised their much older right-wing opponents and secured the nomination for George McGovern, the most left-wing presidential candidate since Franklin Roosevelt. ?? Read more »

I’ve found a new boycot target for Tiso and Wrongly Wrongson: Twitter

Did you know Twitter is a white supremacist organisation? ? Oh, you think I’m “embellishing” again. ?Ok, then.

Jesse Jackson Fumes Over Twitter’s Lack of Black Employees.

…there are 35 black men and 14 black women on the payroll at Twitter, accounting for only 1.7% of total U.S. staff. However, a majority of blacks use Twitter on a daily basis. It is this disparity that infuriates Jackson so much that he is “becoming intolerant.”

Speaking to The Guardian, Jackson said:

I am very disappointed. Black people are greater users of the product and capable of doing the jobs, but there has not been an adequate commitment to hire, train and maintain [black people].

Some people call it “Black Twitter” because we over-index so much, but they still don?t hire more black people. We are becoming intolerant with these numbers, there’s a big gap between their talk and their implementation. Read more »

Wrongly Wrongson Wrong Again

Yes, that's right comrades, I have poo on my fingers

Yes, that’s right comrades, I have poo on my fingers

The most wrong person in NZ politics Wrongly Wrongson aka Martyn Martin Bradbury is wrong again.

The other day he blogged:

Heather du Plessis-Allan has turned down TV3?s offer to host their new 7pm show with Duncan Garner so I think management should just go the whole hog and appoint Rachel Glucina to work as Duncan?s co-anchor.

If TV3 are trying to imitate the hate crime against public broadcasting that is ?Seven Sharp?, then they may as well be totally open to being as sycophantic as ?Seven Sharp? and put Rachel in there. She pretends to be a PR person, so she may as well pretend to be a broadcaster as well.

If TV3 were serious about trying to get back their credibility they would put the incredibly talented?Paula Penfold in the role, but I fear that?s not what they are aiming for.

My God TV broadcasting has become a ruined nightmare under a Government that wants the people distracted rather than informed.

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Bradbury logic: NZTU biased because it didn?t complain about a story 4 years before


“Mana News? (that?s the website with the political party name in it?s name) is trying to claim the Taxpayers? Union isn?t politically independent.

In a blog post presumably written by Wrongly-Wrongson Martin-Martyn, it has called on the NZ Taxpayers Union?s Chief Executive Jordan Williams to resign because he hasn?t complained about National MPs which wasted money ?4 years before the organisation existed! ? Read more »

Hone Harawira still drinking German Kool-Aid

Deluded?and political retards is the only description that suits the Mana party.

After losing an election, their only MP and everything else after their association with the Kaiser of Coatesville, they are now contemplating going again with the toxic German, though i’m not sure how in 2017 he will help them from a 6×9 cell in Leavenworth.

The Mana Movement is planning for the 2017 election and Kim Dotcom could be involved, leader Hone Harawira says.

Mr Harawira lost his Te Tai Tokerau seat to Labour’s Kelvin Davis and Mana’s alliance with the Dotcom backed Internet Party only gained 1.26 per cent of the party vote in September’s election.

Mr Harawira said people from across the country had attended a Mana planning meeting during the weekend.

“People are keen,” he told TVNZ’s Marae programme.

“They really want to go hard for 2017, but right now it’s about identifying key dates, key activities and being involved in things like community events wherever we are so that Mana maintains its relevance to the people.” ?? Read more »