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pakeha incompetence: Genetic fault?

Posted by te2ataria on March 18, 2009

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If you thought NZ police farce are the most incompetent in the world, you’d be right, of course; however, the pakeha incontinence doesn’t stop there.

Take the Chemical Republic’s naval forces, for example.

New Zealand navy staff were washed into the ocean during a joint naval exercise with Australia in the eastern Tasman Sea on Tuesday.

It happened during a routine transfer of sailors between the New Zealand ship Canterbury and the Australian amphibious vessel Kanimbla.

“New Zealand Defence Force” said their rigid hull inflatable boat (RHIB) was hit by a wrong size wave and nearly drowned the incompetent b*stards.

“No one was seriously injured and the personnel will be returned to their ship later today.” NZ Navy said.

Source: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2270802/Navy-staff-swept-into-ocean

May your Jolly Roger always fly at half mast you useless, wasteful b*stards!

May your Jolly Roger always fly at half mast you useless, wasteful b*stards! The money you bunch of morons throw in the ocean playing captain hook could be spent on the kid’s education, or fix our leaky homes. 

One Response to “pakeha incompetence: Genetic fault?”

  1. Bri-anne said

    [Bri-anne– the standard pathetic and discredited pakeha propaganda has already been discussed and dismissed on this blog. European Moderator K.]

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