Larry Williams

Another NewstalkZB staffer goes feral

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’s new leader Andrew Little may believe that the Prime Minister should “stand up, take responsibility
apologise” and “move on”. But there’s little chance of turning away from an ever-increasing barrage of evidence against the Government’s deeply disgusting, disturbing, and treacherous actions.

Inspector General Cheryl Gwyn’s inquiry sought to uncover allegations made against Warren Tucker (former head of the Security Intelligence Service), staffers in the Prime Minister’s office (like black-ops man Jason Ede), and Cameron Slater (a “toxic” hatemonger and terminal “reprobate” 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’s report entirely confirms (as if Nicky Hager’s claims needed more affirmation) that Slater received a tip-off about Goff’s folly, was coached through making an OIA request by Key’s staffer Jason Ede, received his politically-damaging treasure in record time thanks to Tucker’s inability to stay “politically neutral”, and proceeded to lambast the Labour Party alongside the Government who gleefully kept their hands ‘clean’ of the entire affair.

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The Huddle at 1740

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It’s Monday and I’m on ZB with Larry Williams to do The Huddle with pinko attack blogger David Farrar

Our topics will be:

  • First up we’ve got the winners and losers in the Labour line up.
  • Then  moving on and the hand wringing goes on over Roger Sutton’s resignation.   Read more »

Russell Brown thinks Little is a disaster

Pots, pans and pannier bags blogger Russell Brown rarely, if ever these days, writes about politics.

He has broken habit by writing about Labour’s just completed leadership election.

Unusually for him it is brief, he’s normally a big fan of the tl;dr post.

I’ll be brief (it’s 5am where I am and have to catch a plane) but the Labour’s leadership result and the means by which it was achieved both seem disastrous for the party and for the prospects of the centre-left.

Little didn’t win the support of the party or the caucus, he loses his electorate more badly every time he contests it, and he’s vowing to dump all the intellectual capital built up by David Parker. I can’t see any good thing about this.

Am I missing something?

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The Huddle at 1740

newstalkzb

It’s Monday and I’m on ZB with Larry Williams to do The Huddle with pinko attack blogger David Farrar

Our topics will be:

You can listen online via iHeartRadio and normal methods.

As usual I will post the audio in the morning.

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The Huddle at 1740

newstalkzb

It’s Monday and I’m on ZB with Larry Williams to do The Huddle with Josie Pagani again.

Our topics will be:

  • So first up we’ve got cabinet today discussing the issue of our involvement with the international military action against ISIS. Seems like we’re poised to help out in some shape or form. David Shearer doesn’t think we should commit troops to the effort. Perhaps he’d like us to hire some of those mercenary firms he is dead keen on. Meanwhile we’ve got a couple of whack jobs in our own back yard too popping up to say what a great job ISIS is doing. Read more »

The Huddle at 1740

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It’s Monday and Susan Wood is sitting in for Larry Williams to do The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics will be:

  • Labour Leadership race
  • Parliament swearing in, but grumbles about allegiance to the Queen rather than Te Tiriti
  • Australia has backed off its anti-burqa law

You can listen online via iHeartRadio and normal methods.

As usual I will post the audio in the morning.

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The Huddle

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Yesterday it was Monday and as usual Larry Williams had The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics were:

  • David Cunliffe withdraws from Labour leadership race, endorses Andrew Little
  • John Key’s anti terror laws. Are they actually needed? Why does everyone seem to be against it?
    You can listen online via iHeartRadio and usual methods.

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The Huddle at 1740

newstalkzb

It’s Monday and as usual Larry Williams has The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics will be:

  • David Cunliffe withdraws from Labour leadership race, endorses Andrew Little
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  • John Key’s anti terror laws.  Are they actually needed?  Why does everyone seem to be against it?

You can listen online via iHeartRadio and usual methods.

As usual I will post the audio in the morning.

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The Huddle

newstalkzb

It’s Monday and as usual Larry Williams has The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics will be:

  • National’s cabinet reshuffle.
  • The electricity cuts in Auckland. A two sided affair, businesses take a hit – and these kind of power cuts shouldn’t be happening. BUT also there was a bit of overkill in relation to the media coverage and the term “crisis” being bandied about.
  • Nicky Hager getting raided by the Police.

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The Huddle at 1740

newstalkzb

It’s Monday and as usual Larry Williams has The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics will be:

  • National’s cabinet reshuffle.
  • The electricity cuts in Auckland. A two sided affair, businesses take a hit – and these kind of power cuts shouldn’t be happening. BUT also there was a bit of overkill in relation to the media coverage and the term “crisis” being bandied about.

You can listen online via iHeartRadio and usual methods.

As usual I will post the audio in the morning.

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