Martyn Bradbury

The delusions of the left

The left-wing is seeing hope in the Roy Morgan poll, despite Labour scoring their second lowest result since October 2014 when they polled 22.4%.

They are busily leaking internal poll results to bloggers like Martyn Bradbury who is treating Rob Salmond’s numbers as gospel. They are also leaking to unionists who are busily shilling details on Twitter.

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The problem with these leaks is that I conduct my own polling via INCITE: Politics and Curia polling. The reason I use Curia is because they, and David Farrar, are simply the best pollsters in New Zealand.

Our poll results measuring favourability don’t show that at all. In fact they show that Andrew Little’s favourables are tanking and John Key’s rose a little.

Martyn Bradbury meanwhile is spinning up Labour’s own internal polling, which if they still used UMR might be believable, but since they stopped paying their bills anything coming from Labour is going to be rubbish.  Read more »

Wrong again

Martyn Bradbury is the most wrong person in New Zealand politics.

He’s been so wrong so many times I suggested he change his name to Wrongly Wrongson.

On Friday he wrote:

I don’t think this latest evidence of abuse of political power by Key will be so easily shrugged off.

It’s not because it’s the most compelling evidence of his abuses of power. The mass surveillance lies, the Dirty Politics scandal, the ramming through of Parliament laws he wants all of these and so many more are stronger evidence, but this people can grasp.

People loved their flag, and knowing Key met to secretly fund a campaign to get rid of it even in the last dying moments of the campaign will insult many and nothing moves polls like a voter scorned.

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The mendacity of Martyn Bradbury

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Last month I announced on this blog that we would no longer be taking part in the public blog stats that Open Parachute operates.

After dominating the stats for years and being constantly accused of lying about my stats I decided to no longer take part. Ken does a great job at Open Parachute and although we don’t see eye to eye on politics and climate change he is running a good service, so my leaving the stats is no reflection on his ranking service.

We signalled this a month in advance, and I notified Ken at Open Parachute as well so he wouldn’t think his code that sucks up all the stats was broken.

This morning Martyn Martin Bradbury aka Wrongly Wrongson lied about all that, claiming that my stats were “removed” because of technical errors. That was a lie, and one which Ken from Open Parachute called him out on.   Read more »

Chris Trotter takes issue with Bradbury’s hate speech

Chris Trotter gently chides Martyn Martin Bradbury’s hate speech in his new, and likely short-lived, “TV” show.

NO, NO, NO, BOMBER! This ageism has got to stop – now. You wouldn’t permit anyone writing for The Daily Blog to discriminate against people on the grounds of race, gender or sexuality. So what, in the name of Progressive Politics, are you hoping to achieve by blaming everyone born between 1946 and 1965 for Auckland’s housing crisis?

The Baby Boom generation didn’t choose their parents, Comrade! Any more than a black man chooses his ethnicity, or a woman chooses to be born female. Scapegoating people on the basis of their date-of-birth makes no more sense than scapegoating them because of their genetic make-up, or because their sex chromosomes are XX and not XY.

I’m genuinely affronted by all this Baby-Boomer-bashing, old friend. And if you want to know why, then I’d invite you to sit down and watch Episode 2 of Waatea Fifth Estate, and every time the word “Baby-Boomer” or “Boomer” is used, to mentally over-dub the word “Jew”.   Read more »

The face of a union bully

Unionists are taking to Twitter to promote a new form of union bullying…publishing the phone numbers of people they disagree with so their supporters can attack them via txt or phone calls.

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So this unionist is using Twitter to call on people to attack a store owner because she doesn’t agree with his stance in pay negotiations.   Read more »

Martyn “Che” Bradbury Riot Day Bingo (Exclusive to Whaleoil)

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It’s Riot Day tomorrow and Whaleoil is bringing you the Martyn Bradbury Riot Day Bingo Game!  All you have to do is watch the news coverage, live or delayed, on the day.  As you hear or see any of the items, you can mark them off.  If you fill your card:  BINGO! Read more »

Martyn Bradbury’s TPP riots results in advice to nearby businesses to stay closed

Martyn Bradbury has been talking up riots for this week. Chris Trotter has attempted to mitigate the actions of Bradbury, but the fact he is mentioning the potential of violence suggests that some on the left are planning for it.

Such is Bradbury’s ill-informed ranting that businesses are now being advised to stay closed on February 4.

Auckland Council workers are being told avoid the city centre if they can during demonstrations against the TPP.

Several protests and hikoi are expected to march up Queen Street and end at SkyCity, where the agreement is expected to be signed.

Auckland Council has advised staff that if they can work somewhere other than at their headquarters near SkyCity, then they should.   Read more »

TPP vs Sevens, Compare and contrast

Crowds have been largely well-behaved at the Wellington Sevens yesterday with just three people arrested and another 58 evicted.

The Wellington tournament attracted around 14,000 fans for pool games yesterday with the majority enjoying the event in good spirits according to New Zealand Police.

“We’re very happy with the fans today,” Inspector Chris Bensemann said.

“There’s always a few people who take it too far but we have dealt with them and the vast majority of fans have had a good time and caused no issues at all.”

Wellington Free Ambulance treated 35 people for mainly minor conditions.

Crowds have been well down on previous sell-out years with the 14,000 fans accounting for less than half the Westpac Stadium’s capacity. Read more »

Perhaps this should be the standard defence technique for any kind of attack?

What do Michelle Boag, Martyn Bradbury, John Hopoate and this man all have in common?

The desperate actions of a man who poked a finger into the bum of an attacking dog may have saved Phillip McLean’s leg.

McLean’s daytrip to Palmerston North turned into more than a week lying in a hospital bed after he was set upon by a pitbull neapolitan mastiff cross.

The Hunterville man was visiting a friend on Terrace Street, near Palmerston North Hospital, last Wednesday when he heard growling.

A pitbull neapolitan mastiff cross, allegedly let out from a nearby block of flats, had its paws up on McLean’s vehicle and was in the middle of a growling match with his dog, a rottweiler, who he had left in the car with the window partially down.   Read more »

Bryce Edwards writes an obituary for the New Zealand Mainstream media

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