Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Neanderthal plays April Fools Day Joke on entire population of NZ

April fools day, and what better day to take the piss out of the entire population of New Zealand by fooling hapless government ministers into passing legislation to ban Party Pills.

If this wasnt so serious, it would be the joke of the year, but it's not.

But, it's not a joke, but it is a farce, and yesterdays headlines warning us of a new - legal strain of party pills that are untested, hence more dangerous, just released onto the market just goes to prove what damage can be done by a non-thinking neanderthal such as minister of misery, Jim Neanderton!

I say Jim Anderton himself is a danger to society, and he must be stopped from inflicting more danger upon innocent New Zealanders immediately. Jim says there is no proof that people will be forced to go to the gangs and lowlifes to purchase party pills!

What a load of cobblers!

Just look at the illegal drug trade NOW and see where the dollars are changing hands.

These criminals do not care about the safety of their customers. I predict NOW for there to be a long list of fatalities attributed to party pills because gangs won't be listing a detailed list of ingredients or recommended doseage Thanks Jim.

If Party pills were relatively harmless before, they will now ACTUALLY become DANGEROUS because there is no telling what will go into them, or how strong they are.

Why should 109 people (politicians) dictate what 400,000 (number of party pill users in NZ) can do with their lives?
If you think this kind of mob mob rule is a civilised and moral you need to deal with people in the 21st century then you need to think a little harder about it.

PS: I hear he intends to ban SHERRY next, so be warned! Stand up for the rights of others before he comes to ban something YOU like!
Jim Neandertaon has played a monumental April Fools Day trick, and the entire country fell for it hook line and sinker. We are April Fools alright! - Man have WE been sucked in


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