There seems to be a cancer eating away at NewstalkZB…one of a lack of courage too, because Rachel Smalley and ¬†now James Robins are both giving me a good ¬†kicking.
You have to wonder if an edict has gone out from NZME.
But neither of them have the courage to say these sorts of things to my face…like many in the media they are spineless cowards.
James Robins goes on a defamatory rant…it really is quite funny. Dallas Gurney will be loving the ratings and traffic that a stoush¬†with me brings.
The Labour Party‚Äôs new leader Andrew Little may believe that the Prime Minister should ‚Äústand up, take responsibility‚Ä¶apologise‚ÄĚ and ‚Äúmove on‚ÄĚ. But there‚Äôs little chance of turning away from an ever-increasing barrage of evidence against the Government‚Äôs deeply disgusting, disturbing, and treacherous actions.
Inspector General Cheryl Gwyn‚Äôs inquiry sought to uncover allegations made against Warren Tucker (former head of the Security Intelligence Service), staffers in the Prime Minister‚Äôs office (like black-ops man Jason Ede), and Cameron Slater (a ‚Äútoxic‚ÄĚ hatemonger and terminal ‚Äúreprobate‚ÄĚ blogger) prior to the 2011 Election.
What¬†disgusting, disturbing, and treacherous actions….this is politics you numpty.
As for calling me a toxic hatemonger, have you been swallowing the seed of Martyn Martin Bradbury? I bet Larry Williams and Leighton Smith don’t agree with you…or even your own boss.
Then-Labour leader Phil Goff, mistakenly convinced that he hadn’t received an intelligence briefing about the actions of a few Israelis after the Christchurch earthquake, found himself under attack not during Question Time or from his enemies during a media stand-up but from the fly-blown pages of a deranged blog.
Released on Tuesday, Gwyn‚Äôs report entirely confirms (as if Nicky Hager‚Äôs claims needed more affirmation) that Slater received a tip-off about Goff‚Äôs folly, was coached through making an OIA request by Key‚Äôs staffer Jason Ede, received his politically-damaging treasure in record time thanks to Tucker‚Äôs inability to stay ‚Äúpolitically neutral‚ÄĚ, and proceeded to lambast the Labour Party alongside the Government who gleefully kept their hands ‚Äėclean‚Äô of the entire affair.
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