He doesn’t pull any punches.
Thereâ€™s one major and terminal problem withÂ Kim Dotcomâ€™s Internet Party: he canâ€™t be the leader.
He can only be the shadowy, backroom figure that pulls the strings. He will do that. And that will turn off some voters.
The other thing that should, and will, turn people off is thatÂ he collects Nazi memorabilia. He should be treated the same as any other political leader found draped in the Nazi flag: they would be crucified.
If it was David Cunliffe or Peter Dunne or, in the past, Don Brash or Rodney Hide et al, they would be forced to resign. They would be shamed and sent packing. Dotcom should not be seen as any different. Why treat him as special?
I agree New Zealand needs better internet, but does it take an “internet party” to get us there? This party is a sham and a side-show feeding Kim Dotcomâ€™s vast wealth and ego â€“ not to mention his desperate ambitions to stay in New Zealand, rather than rot in some American jail.
I’m just glad not all of the main stream media are fooled by the glitz and glamour of the Dotcom media show. Â Read more »