Redbaiter has just announced that Kiwiblog is not good enough for him.
Here’s the deal derps.
Kiwiblog used to be read by people with influence. Even GD. So it was worth the time and effort to comment here.
Now look at it. Mostly a collection of boring prog trolls with fuck all of consequence to say about anything.
(Excluding my RW buddies here of course. You know who you are)
Sorry. I want to change the political culture in NZ and I won’t do that here with a bunch of time wasting nitwits like the Ekatahuna Imbecile.
I’ve moved on to better things.
That doesn’t explain if this is part of his twenty year plan to revolutionise politics in New Zealand (he has said he is about halfway through this campaign) or if it is a change in direction.
His general direction is backwards, he wants to return the country to the goods old days, but he is vague about what days and what sort of good, although he says he favours strong paternalism and old fashioned education.
Redbaiter is well known across the blogosphere for his extreme right wing views and his frequent boilerplate abuse (although his views are often contradictory and not always right wing). The nature of his attacks make them more amusing than abusing to those who are familiar with his tortured tirades.
He left Kiwiblog in a major hissy hit huff a couple years ago when he started his own blog, saying he would never return, but gave in to temptation about a year later.
Without Kiwiblog Redbaiter’s major blog options are limited. He has been banned from Whale Oil for abusing Cam Slater – he has also had term bans from Kiwiblog for abusing David Farrar.
He has been promoting Colin Craig’s Conservative Party despite some of their policies being far from right wing. He sees CCCP as a means of destroying the National Party, something he wants because he believes they have strayed too far from their founding principles.
Redbaiter rarely debates or explains so it is unclear whether he understands that New Zealand and the world have changed substantially over the past one hundred years.
There have been some suggestions that he join CCCP and campaign for them but it is difficult to see how he would be able to work with Craig. It’s difficult to see how he could work with anyone in the real world.
Redbaiter’s online presence goes back a long way. In 2008 Kiwiblog quoted a Press analysis of blogging, which included:
It only takes a few people to make a big noise online, giving the misleading impression that New Zealand politics is dominated by a loud and angry Right. Trawl through the comments sections of New Zealand blogs and you start to see familiar names whose causes and manners can be identified from their pseudonyms: Redbaiter, Dad4justice, Insolent Prick.
Perhaps the loud and angry Redbaiter will concentrate on his TrueBlueNZ blog, where he quotes in his sidebar:
NZ National Party Founding Principles 1936
“To promote good citizenship and self-reliance; to combat communism and socialism; to maintain freedom of contract; to encourage private enterprise; to safeguard individual rights and the privilege of ownership; to oppose interference by the State in business, and State control of industry”.
His current focus is obvious from most of his recent posts.
There was no good reason to lower the drink driving limit. John Key and the Nat’s weak capitulation on the issue shows once again that they’re just spineless ideological drifters.
When he was elected I thought John Key would grasp the opportunity to communicate a set of different political ideas to the voters. He hasn’t. In fact he’s done worse. He’s dragged us backwards.
Those of us astute enough always saw the popularity of the Conservative Party increasing, and few are surprised that Colin Craig is looming as the Nat’s only real coalition partner.
How long will it be until Colin Craig becomes Redbaiter’s next disappointment?
His latest post takes aim at the 21st century version of National.
The Rot at the Core of National
The Conservative Party is beginning to shake up the NZ political scene. Even with the massive force of the Lab/Nat revolving door coalition against it, it is gaining traction among NZers fed up with the country’s slow subsidence into the progressive swamp.
With NZ’s monolithic and totalitarian political and cultural structure driven mostly by inner city “liberals” it will be difficult for the Conservatives to attract support comparable to the two main parties, but once they make it into parliament, that might change.
As for National, towards the end of this week we were reminded of just how far this party has fallen and just how impotent it is in combating the scourge of the Progressives and their Gramscian cultural offensive
His current dream:
The National Party changes or its core supporters desert it and vote Conservative. National’s decay is now so apparent that it no longer matters what policies Craig embraces, the important issue is to send a message to the National Party.
He has given up trying to send a message via the National linked Kiwiblog.
They must be made to understand that while such Progressives as Brittany are loud and aggressive, they do not have as much support as they would believe. There are many traditional NZers out there determined not to be suffocated under the totalitarian blanket of what these shallow inner city idiots perceive as “liberalism”. I think there are many who like myself hold these infantile graduates from the temples of progressivism (once our universities) to be a modern version of the Hitler Jugend.
Half educated manipulated fools, victims of leftist academics preying on our young, and who whether perceiving themselves as left or right, Labour or National, all think basically the same and are never going to deliver a government that values what Conservatives value.
Progs live in a bubble and have little knowledge of lives and attitudes outside that bubble. I assert again that there are a large number of NZers out there who despise Progressive culture. That the National Party refuses to acknowledge this fact means it deserves to eventually fall.
I don’t think John Key will be too worried.
Redbaiter tends to overestimate the levels of support for his own totalitarian and extreme brand of politics and the chances of a dramatic surge in support for his ambitions remain slim.
It’s probably just a matter of time that Redbaiter becomes disillusioned with the local version of Conservative Party, which is unlikely to be anything like how he imagines his dream of a Sarah Palin led Tea Party.
Last year I wrote a blog on some of Redbaiter’s more extreme proposals in Redbaiter and hanging from lamp posts – here’s a repeat of some of his past Kiwiblog posts with a common theme:
- October 20th, 2008 at 10:50 am
They are left wing scum who have worked hand in hand with their party operatives to bit by bit by bit, destroy liberty. In historical times, when people have got they’re freedom back, they’ve celebrated by hanging such scum from the lamp posts.
- April 11th, 2009 at 12:57 pm
Buy some hemp rope. Start looking for good strong lamp posts. The day you’ll need them is growing ever closer.
- April 13th, 2009 at 12:25 pm
There’s many a journalist writing in NZ who, if their bodies were swinging from Wellington lamp posts at the end of hemp rope, would be doing a lot more good for freedom.
- April 21st, 2009 at 2:00 pm
After the revolution, we’ll just need a good lamp post and a strong piece of hemp rope to fix this problem.
- June 7th, 2009 at 3:09 pm
They MM are merely the mouthpiece of a corrupt and self serving elitist class that is at war with NZ’s middle class. These so called journalists will be hung from lamp posts when the revolution comes, as partners in crime to corrupt governments, and that time is getting closer every day. I can’t wait to see their corpses swinging in the wind, with every two lamp posts supporting a twirling politician separated by one mainstream media “journalist” with their neck stretched to the maximum.
- June 10th, 2009 at 1:11 pm
“These so called journalists will be hung from lamp posts when the revolution comes, as partners in crime to corrupt governments, and that time is getting closer every day. I can’t wait to see their corpses swinging in the wind, with every two lamp posts supporting a twirling politician separated by one mainstream media “journalist” with their neck stretched to the maximum.”
June 10th, 2009 at 1:30 pm
Hey slime, you really do need to get that brain transplant.
You apparently think that quote is something I should be shamed by. I’m not. Not in the slightest. I don’t care how often you repeat it.
(That whole thread is a classic)
- December 1st, 2009 at 10:03 am
Good on you James. Let these people take over and you’ll be one of the first dangling from a lamp post by your stupid fucking neck.
- December 7th, 2009 at 10:12 am
Corrupt liars and propagandists who should one day swing from the lamp posts along with the stinking academic charlatans and deceiving power obsessed politicians they toady to.
- December 11th, 2009 at 2:31 am
Speak for yourself Comrade. That you are so constantly intent on destroying other people’s right to liberty just might be the endeavour that sees you and your ilk swinging from lamp posts one day in the not too distant future. The tipping point grows ever nearer.
- June 13th, 2010 at 12:19 pm
When all of the commie bastards who have destroyed this country, and robbed us of our freedoms, are swinging in the wind from lamp posts, that is the time to write the Constitution.
- September 20th, 2010 at 5:30 pm
Attack the media??? If there was ever any justice in this country, the fascist bastards would all be hanging from the lamp posts one day after the revolution.
Red doesn’t seem to mention lamp posts any more, not on Kiwiblog anyway. Perhaps he took on board advice that it wasn’t the best way to attract support from the number of supporters his revolution would need to gain popular support.
People have often queries whether ‘Redbaiter’ is a serious political campaigner or a very clever spoof, but it’s hard to see a piss take sustaining it’s enthusiasm and quality for more than a decade.
Without a major blog platform it’s difficult to see how Red will progress his anti-progressive campaign (it’s hard to see even with a major blog platform). He may just want to retreat for a while to a small band of like minded nutters in a quasi conservative circle jerk.
He’s likely to be back.
IPredict should start up a stock on how long it will take for Redbaiter to return to Kiwiblog. He craves attention and knows he can get it there.