As the new website advertised in that banner on the right says, Don't Vote Labour. In fact, don't vote for any party, politician or candidate that supported the Electoral Finance Bill and the rorting of NZ's electoral law, including the opportunists who were embarrassed into changing their minds at the last minute -- but do add the 'Don't Vote Labour' banner to your own website (instructions for that here), and don't be prepared to give the other bastards an even break either.
Why not vote for these particular lying bastards? As Libertarianz leader Bernard Darnton explains:
In 2005 Labour flouted election laws by stealing public money to buy propaganda.
In 2006, they abandoned all constitutional norms and retrospectively changed the law so that they wouldn’t be called into the High Court to answer for that action.
This year the government has passed legislation allowing them to steal far more at the next election. Worst of all, the Clark regime is now trying to ram through legislation that would ban me from pointing out that they are behaving like tyrants and telling people not to vote for them.
They've now rammed that legislation through with the support of assorted toadies. That is wrong. As Peter Osborne says, “If ever there were a time to openly break a law, it is now. Bugger registering to have your say, and bugger staying silent.”
This website is published by me on a commercial basis. Advertisers pay to be here. Views expressed on it by me are political views which are not intended to inform, enlighten or entertain, but to cajole, induce and persuade. They are specifically intended to sway the votes and sympathies of readers, which in this context means to persuade the chatterati to the promotion of capitalist acts between consenting adults, and to dissuade voters from voting for or supporting Nanny's legion of cheerleaders.
Hence under paragraph (g) of Section 5(2) of the Electoral Finance Act this website may be considered an election advertisement.
I further assert that this website is a news media Internet site and that posts on here written by me, as the editor, are intended not to inform enlighten or entertain but solely for the purpose of swaying the votes and sympathies of readers, and hence also may be considered an election advertisement under paragraph (d) of Section 5(2) of the Electoral Finance Act.
For the record, my name is Peter Cresswell, and my address is none of your damn business.
Have a nice day.