Has David Cunliffe realised the irony of him exclaiming that New Zealanders “should be entitled to a right of privacy”?
Everyone except me and the people I communicate with…all on the whim of a criminal hacker.
The media and the opposition parties gleefully climbed into it…and now the sanctimonious hypocrites are all crying about spying and privacy.
Well they are part of the problem and certainly not part of the solution.
Labour leader David Cunliffe said the Prime Minister may not be fit for office if he has misled New Zealanders about the extent of mass surveillance they had been subjected to from its spying agencies.
This morning in Mangere, Mr Cunliffe told reporters that if evidence emerged that Mr Key had mislead the public, it was “extremely serious”.
“I would be extremely upset if the pledges that have been made to New Zealand around our freedom from mass surveillance prove to be false. ¬† Read more »