The US political blogger John Cole has set up a blog dictionary of his in-jokes and neologisms. Some are amusing, many are US-centric, but I particularly like this one:
Glibertarian—a portmanteau of glib and libertarian, a person who affects libertarianism when it’s convenient. Used by those not ready to admit that all libertarian philosophy can be boiled down to “I got mine, fuck you”.
You really can’t go past Sir Roger Douglas as the poster-child for glibertarinism: staunch opponent of wasting taxpayer money on rorts or handouts unless the handout involves the public paying for his holidays to Europe or publishing a book of his speeches and giving it away for free.
To be fair to the Libertarianz, they’re true to their principles – even if those principles are crazy – so I don’t think this label applies to them but it’s the perfect way to describe ACT’s weird blend of self-entitled pro-oligarchy populism.