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Friday, June 23, 2006

GUEST BLOG: National - the party of the young, the brown and the young brown

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Defending the latest attempt to erode worker rights, the PC terminal terminator, Dr Wayne Mapp, stated that the ability for employers to sack an employee before 90 days with no reason would (get this) HELP young people, brown people and by default, young brown people.

Now forgive me punters, but since when the hell was the National party friend to anyone other than white affluent people with a chip on their shoulder that they have to pay so much tax dollars to bloody maaaaareez? As this defence evaporated in the face of laughter from John Campbell, Wayne Mapp fell back to the only defence that can be mounted for stupid ideas that only ever sounded plausible when you've had too many drinks at the Auckland club while yelling to your captain of industry mates that 'Something Has To Be Done!" and that was to weakly state that there were lots of issues to iron out in committee meetings and many things to consider. Well that shows conviction, you pussy. This is a pie in the sky right wing wet dream next to the legalising of slavery, but to attempt a justification that it will help the very people it will actually damage, well that's just French logic isn't it.

Martyn "Bomber" Bradbury

Mr Bradbury may be heard today at 4-5pm on National Radio.

5 Comments:

At 23/6/06 2:13 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This blogs going waaaaaaay downhill since the Bradbury Nutter started posting. The dorky hat must be cutting off the bloodflow to his head.

 
At 23/6/06 5:19 pm, Anonymous deano said...

No one has a god-given right to any particular job. You have to prove yourself to keep a job. A 90 day trial period gives an employer a chance to assess your worth. If you work well, they will probably keep you. If you do not, they won't. As to how this is a racial issue, I have no idea.

 
At 26/6/06 11:14 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fuck you're a try-hard dick Bomber. Wow a "dissident" in the most PC boring country in the world.

 
At 26/6/06 5:16 pm, Anonymous Tane said...

Deano, the current legislation already provides for a trial period, it just requires that employers provide proper feedback, encouragement and training during these 90 days, and if the worker still does not meet the cut then the employer can get rid of them.

What Mapp is arguing for is the removal of all employment rights within the first 90 days.

That's why we have to fight it. I encourage everyone who opposes the bill to go to www.workrights.org.nz and lobby MPs directly.

 
At 26/6/06 9:49 pm, Anonymous deano said...

Okay Tane, you have encouraged me to look deeper into this.

 

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