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Bill shorten wants a republic


Bill shortens latest (out of the blue) election promise is a plebiscite to create a republic and have an Australian head of state. Dam it would be funny if he got his wash and peopled voted in Pauline Hanson to be the president, who then hacked shortens communist head off.

NZ flag vote debacle

So new Zealand needs a new flag. Well about as much as the titanic needed a new flag after it hit that iceberg. Really this is just a $25M dollar distraction for Teflon John Key to keep people thinking about anything except the real problems.

It turns out that even non citizen residents can vote on the whether to replace the old flag. One of New Zealand’s veteran third party politicians is all antsy about it.

But rightly so, why would you let foreign national vote on changing your national identity? One of the original polls state 69% of the population didn’t want the change the flag in the first place. So we thought we would throw out some suggestion for flags, some we found on the internet some we made ourselves.



Due to the likelihood of New Zealand becoming a failed state we thought we would offer this one. Yes the state failed, it wasn’t the people’s fault.

other zealand flag not ozzy

So in the event New Zealand defaults on its debts it might (or might be forced to) exercise its option to join the commonwealth of Australia making John Key’s frauds your problem.



This flag more or less sums up the peoples feelings about the New Zealand  government, and strangely sums up the feelings of the New Zealand government to its people.



This flag sums up peoples feeling toward the nepotism, corruption, spying and censorship of New Zealand leading to general poverty and starvation in children. They always call them selves ‘great leader’.

other zealand flag domestic

New Zealand is also a world leader in skyrocketing rates of domestic violence. Helen Clark really did a great job advancing the status of women, you go girl, get that UN job. Air brush those cracks away.


And here is the foreign exchange swindler himself with and image board mash up of a flag.

other zealand flag john key

On of the ‘approved’ designs looked like a mash up of the all blacks rugby jersey and the original flag. It wouldn’t surprise a lot of people if this wasn’t a paid product placement. so maybe part of the flag is for rent.


Some New Zealand politician have been thinking up their own flags, i think this one is a little too similar to another flag. at least it doesn’t look like Australia’s flag in this case.

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these were the approve designs, the one on the upper right is the contender for the play off with the current flag.



the flag breaks with the ‘field of blue’ theme for obvious reasons. New Zealand soon to be a vassal state of China? They are certainly buying up all the farmland.


other zealand flag dprbc

On the subject of peoples democratic republics, how about some truth in advertising?


This flag represent the fears New Zealanders’ have about joining the Commonwealth of Australia as a state, imagine being landed with this as a state flag, just a bit of light sledging mate.

other zealand flag sorry letter

New Zealand government finally gets some professional help and start trying to acknowledge its problems and troublesome past.



So no wonder 600,000 New Zealanders live in Australia and only 64,000 Australians live in New Zealand.


Addition a last surge entry:


To celebrate the 25 % of the population who regularly smoke cannabis, this flag show a popular technique, ‘knives’ and the almost total lack of domestic gas supply.

You are what you art


Carl Scrase’s latest attempt to hijack anything worth while remaining from the Occupy Melbourne community resulted in claiming the free shop was art and invited the free shop to be part of an exhibition in the very same gallery he was once again shamelessly promoting himself with his direct democracy scam.

Of course other artists are getting wise to him and we saw this critique of his work on display. Inspired by this critique, I place on my art wank beret and stroke my beard in a sagely fashion.

I think the artist is trying to say he is white, plastic, hollow and overinflated beyond realistic proportions, and full of hot air; while wasting resources and trying to get attention.

Other artists seem to be onto Scrace’s scam, I swear this woman is trolling him. Not the artists actual work just a rough remix I did of her display card and some blank easels from another exhibit.


Of course Carl has been busy trying to muster any interest in himself. About this time last year he was pasting question pages on tagged up walls and seeing how people responded. I must admit the idea is quite interesting, a completely anonymous forum, something like the original graffito of the roman public toilets. the real issue I had was the types of questions asked.

The earlier series was about empathy:


Why is Scrace so interested in empathy? Is it that he does not have any himself and finds the concept mysterious?

The later series was very worrisome.

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Fortunately this example was answered quite succinctly.

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I concur with this response largely.

We have a constitution in Australia and it is quite a good one. Sadly most of the population is unaware of what is written inside it or what it actually means. I’ll pick the brains of the constitution buffs later, but the constitution we have states clearly taxes are only to be imposed on imports and exports from the country and nothing else, not wages or tobacco or alcohol. Further more the ATO is not mentioned anywhere (not gazetted) and therefore not legal. I’ll go into all of this later on.

Iceland crowd sourced a new constitution AFTER it jailed the bankers and formed a new government. A new constitution before that would be a disaster.

Here is an example of an artist who got into politics and changed the constitution of the country he won power over.

AH artist to fascist

Less than a month after Adolf Hitler’s appointment as chancellor in 1933, the Reichstag Fire Decree invoked Article 48 of the Weimar Constitution, suspending several constitutional protections on civil rights. The articles affected were 114 (habeas corpus), 115 (inviolability of residence), 117 (correspondence privacy), 118 (freedom of expression /censorship), 123 (assembly), 124 (associations), and 153 (expropriation).

The subsequent Enabling Act, passed by the Reichstag on March 23, 1933, stated that, in addition to the traditional method of the Reichstag passing legislation, the Reich government could also pass legislation. It further stated that the powers of the Reichstag, Reichsrat and Reich President were not affected. The normal legislative procedures outlined in Articles 68 to 77 of the constitution did not apply to legislation promulgated by the Reich government.

From mediocre artist to brutal fascist, be warned.

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