Peters said this afternoon Prosser had made a mistake.
He said he knew about the article three weeks ago, and told Prosser it wasn’t acceptable to present only one side of the argument.
“I’ve told him he cannot have a view that doesn’t have the balance in the other side of the argument.”
Prosser was not seen entering Parliament this afternoon and Peters said he was “busy working”.
“I’m fronting up here to say that this is an extreme view which we don’t share as a party.
The other side of the argument is that bashing wogs is popular with New Zealand First voters and Winston is annoyed that Prosser has stolen some of his publicity.