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Saturday, October 23, 2010

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THE WAR ON NEWS THIS WEEK: Coming to a karaoke near you, The John Key Lone Ranger smile and wave Dance review starring John Key with support from the total eclipse of the caucus glee club.

Marx, Che Guevara and Mickey Savage all roll in their graves and start raffling tickets for fund raising meat packs after Labour announce they are suddenly a left wing political party again.

Tampon in a Te Papa tea cup?

The War on News 2010 – NZ News Satire on Stratos Sky 89 10.30pm Tuesday & simulcast on Freeview 21. Replayed on Triangle TV 9.45pm Wednesday and posted online at Scoop.co.nz as their Weekend Watch.

It’s just like 7 days on TV3 but with fewer dick jokes.

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At 25/10/10 1:56 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The "change" in government augmented the change in the worldwide recession.Does that mean then that a further change in government next time around will rid us of this dogged depression?

The demand for equality was no longer limited to political rights like voting, it was extended also to the social conditions of individuals.It was not simply class privileges of the idle beneficiaries over the workers or the working classes that were to be abolished, but the very classes themselves.No, what was wanted then was the individual man of genius, who has now arisen and who understands the truth.That he has now arisen, that the truth has now been clearly understood, is not an inevitable event, following of necessity in the chain of historical development, but a mere happy accident.What interests him first and foremost, above all other things is the lot of the class that is the most numerous and the most poor.He declares that politics is the science of production, and foretells the complete absorption of politics by economics.Future conversion of political rule over men into an administration of things and a direction of processes of production-that is to say the abolition of the State that brought us complete demoralisation from the working class, suddenly flung into new conditions which repeat themselves in a vicious circle or cycle from stable conditions under labour for the first decade of the millenium into insecure ones that changed from day to day.

That man?



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