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Thursday, April 14, 2005


Dominatrix yesterday announced a major Labour policy initiative on the ‘P’ epidemic.

She told naughty Transpower it must not utter the ‘P’ word until after the election.

Yes, there have been far too many serious ‘P’ induced incidents in the sensitive areas of Northern Waikato and Southern Auckland suburbia. Now, the most evil threat of all is perceived. Worse than chopped off hands and machine gun murders, votes are threatened. Of course the ‘P’ epidemic which really worries the Smarmy Army is the Pylon Epidemic which threatens to sweep through the Northern Waikato, destroying Labour's last hopes of re-election.

I know I should not aid and abet the enemy but I can advise Dominatrix and her sad sack Minister of Energy (what’s his bloody name again?) Unenergetix, that the answer to Auckland’s power problems is simple. Coincidentally it will also guarantee Labour achieves its over arching goal of governing forever. All she's got to do is execute just one more policy reversal. The ultimate flip flop. It will be far easier than forgiving JT. No more difficult than fronting in a Timaru court house and a hell of a lot easier than a two hour meeting with the Super Smarm or painstaking examination of what she thought she'd agreed with Economix. Yes, Helen, the brilliance of it will get you on more international news shows than a falling Piper Aztec.

All you have to do is go buy their oldest nuke aircraft carrier from the Yanks, throw out all those awful war mongering aircraft, weapons and ammunition, fill the surplus space with an extra reactor or two and call it The Peace Ship. (That gets Genetix and all the other whackos right on board and happy to coalesce (ugh, might be quite messy) Then you get the nice people at Transpower to build an inexpensive mooring pylon (damn, there must be a better word) about 40 miles off Auckland on the Ocker side and moor The Peace Ship. Whamo, power problem solved, vote problem gone.

You can ship the spent fuel rods out at night and the Labour Carcase will never know. Of course the environmentally safe and inexpensive underwater cable will cost a bit more than it should, after you’ve bought off Margaret MuTu and Ngati Whatua but another $239 mil’s a small price to pay for totally buggering up Don Brash and completely taking the game away from National for the next ten years.

Posted by Adolf Fiinkensein | 4/14/2005 09:01:00 am


Blogger Antarctic Lemur said...

I thought US Navy-type Rickover reactors were being commercialised because they small and safe.

4/14/2005 10:17:00 am  
Blogger Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Hey, I just look after the big picture. Dona't ask me about technical minutiae.

4/14/2005 10:24:00 am  
Anonymous EDH said...

It's Margaret Mutu and she is the spokes person for Ngati Kahu.

4/14/2005 11:50:00 am  
Blogger Antarctic Lemur said...

Whats she famous for?

4/14/2005 11:52:00 am  
Anonymous EDH said...

Being an Auckland University lecturer who mentioned the words Civil and War in the same sentence at a select committee hearing.

4/14/2005 02:33:00 pm  
Blogger Lucyna said...

They could dam a few more rivers and actually STORE SOME WATER while they're at it. I'm personally not too keen on the nuke option in an earthquake zone. Seriously.

4/14/2005 09:13:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A giant floating nuclear platform isnt that bad an idea i reckon. Hell submerge the damn thing (tethered to the bottom of the sea) that would reduce the risk of an earth quake enduced meltdown/rupture.

4/15/2005 08:57:00 am  

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