Greg Presland writes at The Standard:
¬†I wondered about this because I have spent time in Western Samoa and Rarotonga since 2009 and I used local telecommunications to keep up with work and politics in Aotearoa. ¬†The thought that this information has been sent to the Americans is somewhat scary.
What planet are these morons on?
He is scared that his innocuous communications as the trustee of David Cunliffe secret donation laundering fund might have been sent to the Americans? Or ringing his flea law office to see if another divorce case has walked in the door?
The man, if you can call him that is deluded.
No one, let alone the Americans are interested in his communciations.
Hells teeth, everyone knows I supported Frank Bainimarama and that I went to Fiji three times in two years to meet and understand the political situation in the land of my birth.
Did I communicate with people on the phone or internet about it? ¬†Of course I did.
Am I worried the GCSB might have listened in and passed my brilliant political analysis of the situation in Fiji onto the Americans or shock horror to John Key? No I am not. I doubt anyone cares. ¬† Read more »