I guess our own politicians would be thankful our street corner meetings aren’t as lively as this one in Ukraine. Â Read more »
Via the Tipline:
I’m sure that masked people dressed in black wouldn’t have been intimidating at all.
National 46.5% Â (up 1.5)
Labour 24% Â (down 2)
Greens 13.5% (down 2.5)
NZ First 8% (up 2)
Maori Party 1.5% (up 1)
ACT 0.5% Â (down 0.5)
United FutureÂ 0.5% (up 0.5)
Internet-Mana 1% Â (n/c)
Conservative 3.5% Â (n/c)
Nat+ACT+United+Maori = up 2.5
Labour+Green+Int/Mana = down 4.5
NZ First = up 2
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Prime Minister teams-up with convicted fraudster â€“ hopes to win electionâ€¦
(Just kidding â€“ itâ€™s the leaders of the opposition that have teamed with the convicted fraudster, but can you imagine the vitriol and headlines if the shoe was on the other foot?)
So far NZ has seen a â€śWin at all costs â€“ this is our last and only chanceâ€ť effort by all those whose strings are being pulled by the convicted fraudster in Coatesville, who is trying to avoid yet more convictionsâ€¦ But what a dance they dance attempting to appear credible, whilst swallowing dead rats trying to avoid the very large, Orcon coloured elephant the linguistic gymnastics enable most to almost avoid.
But where to next? NZ has seen a steady stream of visitors to a convicted felons lair, to coordinate the complicit manoeuvrings of those on the political Left â€“ starting with the stale and failed politicians he brought to â€śleadâ€ť his Trojan horse, then the entire political party he brought, that ironically brought him and the sell-outs no Mana whatsoever.
The fact that other politicians on the Left eagerly entertain a convicted fraudster and embezzler to enable their *only* chance at a grasp of the levers of power, tells us all about just how unsuitable those individuals would be in such a role in the unlikely event their collusion all paid off.
Itâ€™s a â€śdo, or dieâ€ť last-ditch effort to gain ascendancy to the seats of power â€“ or kiss goodbye their last chance at Parliament, or 1st and last chance at being the PM, or last chance to ever return, or to rig a desired outcome in this big game of monopoly, where the â€śGet out of jailâ€ť card is geographically centred around a Coatesville location.
But where to next? Since buying an entire political party generates no adverse or on-going casual glances from the media watchdogs, in fact, some even try to enable it – will the gangs now try to invest their drug money also with political parties to buy the politicians so willingly and open for sale?
What does the Auditor General and the Governor General say about allegedly laundered drug money funding political parties on the Left? Â Read more »
Don’t we have a number of political parties running on a strong “no farm sales to foreigners” platform?
How did this slide under the radar then?
A last-ditch bid to prevent an American company gaining full control of a prominent Canterbury high country station has been rejected by the Overseas Investment Office (OIO).
Coast Range NZ was granted OIO approval in 2010 to take a 100 per cent stake in the 14,500-hectare Flock Hill Station near Arthur’s Pass.
Coast Range originally had a 25 per cent share of the grazing rights to the farm under the terms of a perpetual lease held by University of Canterbury and needed OIO sign-off to buy all of the farm lease.
Canterbury-based High Country Explorer Tours appealed the station’s management and access rights going to Coast Range, saying the new managers had cancelled its access, but yesterday the OIO turned the appeal down. Read more »
Just a bit of fun here to see if right voters or left voters are the altruistic ones. Â Please click on the option that suits your view the best.